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Tokyo suffers through heatwave, worst since 1875

Tokyo, Japan: On June 28, Japan baked under intense heat for a fourth successive day, with temperatures breaking nearly 150-year-old ...

Law allowing non-citizens to vote ruled unconstitutional in New York

ALBANY, New York: A New York state judge has struck down a recent law giving 800,000 non-citizen New York City ...

Arab states reaching energy targets with alternative solar, wind power

DUBAI, UAE: The Arab states have built significant amounts of solar and wind power installations, and are in line to ...

Brexit seen as driving force behind Scotland independence vote

LONDON, England: A second referendum on Scottish independence is set to be held in October 2023. The Scottish government, led ...

Tuvalu pulls out of UN ocean conference after China blocks Taiwan

LISBON, Portugal: Tuvalu Foreign Minister Simon Kofe walked out of the opening cermonies of this week's United Nations Ocean Conference ...

14 ft. crocodile captured by man in Indonesia, returned to nature

SULAWESI, Indonesia: Using just a rope, an Indonesian man, supported by fellow villagers on the island of Sulawesi, captured a ...

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After shark kills swimmer, Egyptian authorities close Red Sea beach

CAIRO, Egypt: Egyptian authorities have prohibited swimming in a stretch of the Red Sea after an Australian woman was killed ...

Study: Dinosaurs takes over amid ice not warmth

Washington [US], July 4 (ANI): A new study of ancient mass extinction suggests that ancient high latitudes, to which early ...

Australian PM Pledges Military Aid on Kyiv Visit

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on Sunday pledged further military support to Ukraine, including armored vehicles and drones, while meeting ...

Rediscovering the art of Tracker Nat: 'the Namatjira of carving'

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised this article contains names and images of deceased people.On June 5 1960, ...

Flu may be back, but COVID is far from over. How do they compare?

Since Australia's first Omicron wave after borders opened late last year, the pandemic has largely faded from the news and ...

Are we learning the wrong lessons from history?

Can historians influence government policy? Should they? And, if so, what kinds of historical knowledge should they produce?I suspect policy-makers ...