The train, en route from Sagunto in the eastern province of Valencia, to Zaragoza, stopped while the driver, seeing that the fire meant it was too dangerous to proceed, was preparing to reverse the train. ... .
Tens of millions of immediate fatalities in the war zone would be followed by hundreds of millions of starvation deaths around the globe in the months and years that followed, an international study led by Rutgers University scientists found ... .
Russia pins US on tenterhooks ... A catch-22 for the US ... If the opposite does happen, and the US takes Egypt’s side on the dam dispute, Ethiopia, which has invested billions in the dam and for years has had its troops keeping Al Shabab at bay in neighbouring Somalia, will not easily forget the US snub ... Have questions or comments? Email us at.
A "catastrophe" at the Russian-controlled Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in southern Ukraine would threaten the whole of Europe, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warned on Monday. "Under the cover of the plant, the occupiers are shelling nearby cities and communities," Zelensky said in his evening address ... ALSO READ.
It’s not all about the money for Patrick Mahomes. The Chiefs quarterback — who signed a record deal in 2019, for 10 years and $450 million — isn’t fazed by critiques of his contact in comparison to other quarterbacks that are up for massive extensions ... “I know I’m going to be taken care of for the rest of my life ... More On ... ....
The law, dubbed the InflationReductionAct, was touted by the White House as the biggest commitment to mitigating climate change in US history, as well as targeting long sought changes in the way medicines are priced, while adding fairness to the tax system, with a minimum 15 percent tax for corporations.
The US Army Corps of Engineers was sued Tuesday by several environmental groups over its plans to expand a dredging project in the US territory of Puerto Rico... “This lawsuit will bring justice closer to...the southwest part of the San Juan Bay," said Moscoso ... .