BTS members address world leaders at UN General Assembly with youthful solutions to climate change for the future.
“France needs to share this assessment with European allies and put it on the table with the Americans to find solutions.”
With the drain of skilled youngsters and a growing elderly care bill, some rural municipalities are looking for ways to retain young women.
A volcano in Spain’s Canary Islands, which erupted for the first time in 50 years, has destroyed houses forcing some 5 000 people from their homes.
Harki organisations told Macron that they want official recognition of their treatment to be enshrined in a law by the end of the year.
The southern white rhino is listed as “near threatened” by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature with 10 080 in existence
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has pledged not to allow Islamic State to establish a presence on its border with Afghanistan.
New Zealand police said the murder would be “incredibly distressing” for Timaru residents as five boys from the town died last month.
The decrease from 39.9 to 34.3 deaths per 100,000 working age people was possibly a reflection of improvements in workplace safety measures.
Australia is willing to host more US Marines on rotation through the northern city of Darwin and wants to see air capability enhanced.
We take a look at the stories and pictures that made the front pages of newspapers around the world on Friday 17 September 2021.
France has called Australia’s move, to scrap a subs deal in favour of the United States, “a stab in the back”.
Angela Merkel’s gesture has been likened to a bridge, a protective roof, and even a sign made between Illuminati members.
Chinese health authorities said late last month, 890 million people in China had been fully vaccinated and two billion doses administered.
We take a look at the stories and pictures that made the front pages of newspapers around the world on Thursday 16 September 2021.
Tons of explosives were used to blow up 15 buildings in a south-western Chinese province. It is reportedly the largest one-time demolition in the country.
With no public debate and little warning, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Thursday announced Australia was going nuclear.
A Taliban guard shows AFP a storeroom full of musical instruments that were left behind, after reports that everything had been trashed.
Students aged between 18 and 27 from all over Germany believe they belong to “the last generation” that can still take action.
We take a look at the stories and pictures that made the front pages of newspapers around the world on Wednesday 15 September 2021.
The Gauteng weather forecast may come across as rather pleasant this week.
South Korea has been advancing its military capabilities as it seeks to counter the threat posed by the nuclear-armed North.
It will be a “natural experiment” as Russia struggles with stubbornly high coronavirus infection rates and a vaccine-sceptic population.