In the first arrest of an opposition figure since the latest aborted coup attempt, Venezuelan authorities took into custody a top deputy to US-backed self-declared president Juan Guaido.
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As Fiji undertakes the process of moving entire communities away from rising seas - a temporary solution at best - the island nation's Prime Minister is rejecting some questionable advice from Aussie pols.
A new poll shows that almost two-thirds of Australians believe that Climate Change is the worst "critical threat" facing the nation at present.
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Seven former executives of France Telecom oncluding ex-chairman and CEO Didier Lombard are on trial over charges of moral harassment linked to a series of suicides among employees.
That devastating impact of human activity on nature is threatening more than one million species of plants and animals with extinction, according to a United Nations report.
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European Union competition commissioners are reportedly ready to investigate allegations that Apple unfairly hinders Spotify and other rivals to Apple Music through App Store policies.
German Health Minister Jens Spahn is proposing hitting parents who fail to get their kids vaccinated with big fines of up to 2,500 Euros, which is more than AU$4,000.
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Thousands of Aussie taxi and car-hire drivers are suing the ride-hailing giant Uber, just days ahead of the company billion-dollar initial public offering (IPO) of its stock.
A jury in Boston has found former billionaire and drug company executive John Kapoor and four co-defendants guilty of bribing US doctors to prescribe an addictive opioid painkiller.
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With the Brexit on hold for a few months, UK lawmakers have some breathing room to deal with other pressing issues - and they approved a motion to declare an environment and climate emergency.
Wildlife campaigners hailed a "historic day for Scotland" as the government protected status to Beavers, while a major agriculture group feared a "ticking time bomb".
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The US Environmental Protection Agency says the weed-killer glyphosate, better known as Monsanto's Roundup, is safe despite the thousands of lawsuits from people who say they gotten very sick from it.