US Congressional Democrats are blasting the Attorney General William Barr for allegedly trying to politically manage the release of special prosecutor Robert Mueller's report on Russian influence over Donald Trump and his 2016 presidential campaign.
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Queensland's new safety regulations for the installation of solar panels could make new solar projects unviable, according to the Clean Energy Council.
Scientists camped out in a secluded region in the Pyrenees mountains found that the mountains, considered untouched and pristine, are actually contaminated with microplastics.
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The cod population in the Eastern Baltic Sea has reached such a low level that it can no longer reproduce sufficiently to maintain a healthy stock, according to a report by the International Council for the Exploration of the Seas (ICES).
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The largest measles outbreak in Madagascar's history as killed more than 1,200 people. And while low vaccination rates are a major problem, it's not because people in the impoverished nation don't want them.
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Japan's Olympic minister Yoshitaka Sakurada handed over his resignation after a wave of outrage over comments he made about the recovery from the 2011 Earthquake and Tsunami.
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Customs officials in Singapore found almost AU$55 Million worth of Pangolin scales hidden in a cargo container that was labelled as carrying frozen meat.
The world's glaciers are shrinking five times faster than they were in the 1960s because of man-made Global Warming, losing 369 billion tons of ice and snow annually.