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Hindus bathe in frothy, polluted Indian river

One of India’s most sacred rivers is covered with white toxic foam, making it appear to be coated with a thick layer of snow. A...

Study finds California condors can have ‘virgin births’

Endangered California condors can have “virgin births”, according to a new study. Researchers at the San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance said genetic testing confirmed that...

Woman hurt as Taiwan is rocked by 6.5-magnitude earthquake

An earthquake shook Taiwan’s capital, Taipei, on Sunday and caused falling rocks that injured a woman and damaged a car. No deaths were reported. The...

Eight dead as downpours trigger landslides across southern Indian state

At least eight people have died and a dozen are feared missing after a day of torrential rain in the southern Indian state of...

Activists call for EU ban on fossil fuel advertising

More than 20 environmental and climate groups have launched a campaign calling for a ban on fossil fuel advertising and sponsorship across the European...

Faroese salmon exporter joins condemnation over dolphin hunt

One of the Faroe Islands’ largest farmed salmon exporters has condemned the slaughter of a large number of white-sided dolphins on the North Atlantic...

Huge California fire grows as Montana blaze threatens towns

California’s largest single wildfire in recorded history continued to grow after destroying nearly 550 homes while authorities in Montana ordered evacuations as a wind-driven...

Dozens of deadly fires devour Algeria’s northern forests

Firefighters and residents armed with simple tools are battling a rash of forest fires in northern Algeria that the nation’s interior minister said have...

Death toll from European flooding passes 180 as rescuers search debris

The death toll from flooding in Germany and Belgium climbed above 180 on Sunday after rescue workers dug deeper into debris left by receding...

Florida breaks annual manatee death record in first six months

More manatees have died already this year than in any other year in Florida’s recorded history, primarily from starvation due to the loss of...

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