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Climate change: Warming world will be 'devastating' for frozen peatlands

Image caption Melting permafrost in Alaska and other northern regions could unleash large amounts of warming gases from peatlands. The world's peatlands will become a large source of greenhouse gases as temperatures rise this century, say scientists. Right now, huge amounts of carbon are stored in boggy, often frozen regions stretching across northern parts of the world. But much of the permanently frozen land will thaw this century, say ... Full story

Scared by Skopje flight, Finland to mandate COVID-19 tests for travellers

FILE PHOTO: Medical personnel wait for passengers at the coronavirus testing point of Helsinki-Vantaa Airport in Vantaa, Finland August 3, 2020. Roni Rekomaa/Lehtikuva via REUTERS. HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finland will introduce mandatory coronavirus tests and quarantines for travellers from certain high-risk countries, the minister in charge said on Monday, after 24 of 157 passengers arriving from Skopje in North Macedonia tested positive for ... Full story

Belarusian protester, reported dead, says he survived police beating

MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Belarusian protester who was reported to have died during bloody clashes with police after Sunday’s presidential election told Reuters he had survived a brutal police beating and that he expected to be detained shortly. FILE PHOTO: A law enforcement officer gestures next to a man laying on the ground during clashes with opposition supporters after polls closed at the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus, August 9, 2020. ... Full story

Janice Dean, who lost in-laws to coronavirus, says she was pulled from testifying at hearings on NY nursing home deaths

Fox News senior meteorologist Janice Dean , who recently lost her elderly in-laws to COVID-19 , told the “ Brian Kilmeade Show ” on Monday that she was taken off the list to testify at a hearing geared toward understanding why and how the pandemic took root in New York nursing homes. She said she believes New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo or his administration were behind the decision. “I was supposed to be on the list,” Dean said on Monday. “I ... Full story

Disney World to cut hours after reopening during the covid-19 pandemic

Disney’s already limited hours will reduce by one to two hours per day, depending on the park. Full story

Trump keeps running roughshod over Congress Post

President Trump’s erosions of basic checks and balances in U.S. government is understandably not front of mind for people who are struggling to pay for food or housing as Washington fails to fund a deal to help Americans. Support our journalism. Subscribe today. But it’s worth noting as Trump tries to provide Americans economic relief on his own. The president has consistently steamrolled Congress on some of its most basic functions, and it may ... Full story

The Simple Joys of Tamarind

I wasn’t a terribly naughty child by any means, but I had my share of errant behavior that kept my parents busy. Summers seemed to bring out the best or the worst in me, depending on which side of the equation you viewed it. I loved climbing the tall, wide mango and tamarind trees in my neighborhood in Mumbai, India, then known as Bombay, to grab whatever fruit adorned their branches. If the pods lay higher and out of reach, as they most often ... Full story

"California Governor Gavin Newsom holds a briefing after the state’s health director abruptly resigns"

Reuters Top News: "California Governor Gavin Newsom holds a briefing after the state’s health director abruptly resigns" - -. - Sorry, this site requires JavaScript for full functionality. Please enable JavaScript in your browser and reload the page. Full story

Cairo's Tahrir Square gets a contested makeover

CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt’s government has revamped Tahrir Square, dotting the space occupied nearly a decade ago by throngs of anti-regime protesters with Pharaonic monuments and private security guards. FILE PHOTO: Egyptian pro-democracy supporters gather in Tahrir Square in Cairo February 18, 2011. Egyptians held a nationwide "Victory March" on Friday to celebrate the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule one week ago, to protect the ... Full story

Body of construction worker killed in New Orleans Hard Rock collapse finally removed

The body of a construction worker who was killed in the Hard Rock Hotel collapse in New Orleans nearly 10 months ago has finally been removed , his family and city leaders said. Quinnyon Wimberly, 36, was one of three men killed in the incident. The bodies of Wimberly and 63-year-old Jose Ponce Arreola had been inside the building since the collapse on Oct. 12, 2019. The third victim, Anthony Magrette, was removed shortly after the collapse. ... Full story