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"If freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter." -- George Washington
The US State Department under Secretary of State Antony Blinken smeared rock star Roger Waters as an anti-Semite on Tuesday over a deliberately misinterpreted performance of his smash hit "The Wall" in Germany that was criticizing fascism.
The Siberian taiga is the largest of Earth’s nearly uninhabited wilderness and it is one of the most isolated places in the world. It is also one of the most difficult terrains to travel through and it’s nearly impossible to live there. The short summers and long winters of very cold weather discourage human habitation.The Siberian taiga is the largest of Earth’s nearly uninhabited wilderness and it is one of the most isolated places in the world. It is also one of the most difficult terrains to travel through and it’s nearly impossible to live there. The short summers and long winters of very cold weather discourage human habitation.
Canada is on fire. On Tuesday there were more than 400 wildfires burning across the country, 238 of them out-of-control. Smoke and unhealthy air quality levels from the conflagration have blanketed multiple Canadian provinces, much of the Great Lakes region and parts of the northeastern United States.
The United Nations warned of "grave and far-reaching consequences" for thousands of people following the destruction of part of a major dam in a Russian-controlled area of southern Ukraine.
The U.N.'s humanitarian aid chief Martin Griffiths made the comments while addressing the international body's Security Council late Tuesday. He said the scale of the catastrophe, which has triggered huge floods, mass evacuations and endangered Europe's largest nuclear power plant, will only become clear in the coming days.
New York City topped the list of the world’s worst air pollution for parts of Tuesday as harmful smoke wafted southhttp:// from more than a hundred wildfires burning in Quebec.
Smoke from Canada’s fires has periodically engulfed the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic for more than a week, raising concerns over the harms of persistent poor air quality.
New York City’s air quality index was above 200 at one
Archaeologists in Spain have discovered prehistoric paintings in hard-to-reach caves in the east of the country using drone technology.
The use of drones allowed researchers to quickly gather evidence of previously unseen cave paintings dating from 5,000- 7,500 years ago, according to a statement from the team at the University of Alicante, Spain. The archaeologists’ findings were published in the Spanish scientific journal Lucentum last month
Adventure cruise company Hurtigruten Norway today revealed plans for a zero-emissions electric cruise ship with retractable sails covered in solar panels, which is due to set sail in 2030.
The company currently has a fleet of eight ships, each with a capacity of 500 passengers, that travel along the Norwegian coast from Oslo to the Arctic Circle. Although a relatively small firm, CEO Hedda Felin hopes that this innovation “can inspire the entire maritime industry
Every day, countless mopeds criss-cross the congested city of Hanoi, in Vietnam, with commuters traveling to work or motorbike taxis dropping off everything from parcels to cooked food and clients.
Some 1,548 people had been evacuated from Ukrainian controlled flooded areas of the Kherson region by 11:30 a.m. local time, the State Emergency Services and National Police of Ukraine confirmed Wednesday.
Ukrainian forces carried out heavy shelling of Russia’s Belgorod region overnight, Gov. Vyacheslav Gladkov said on Telegram Wednesday.
According to Gladkov, the shelling targeted several areas in the border region of Belgorod, including Shebekino.