After rail disaster, trains gradually restart

Train services in Greece resumed yesterday for the first time since a deadly rail disaster three weeks ago, and just a day after the embattled conservative prime

Doctors expected to testify in Gwyneth Paltrow’s ski trial

More witnesses are expected to testify today in a trial about a 2016 ski crash between Gwyneth Paltrow and a retired Utah man suing her

A quarter of world population lacks safe drinking water: UN

A report issued on the eve of the first major U.N. conference on water in over 45 years says 26% of the world’s population doesn’t have access to 

In Paris streets, heaps of garbage become protest symbol

Garbage. Heaps, mounds and piles of it are growing daily — and in some places standing higher than a human being. A strike by Paris garbage collectors,

Oldest pearl town found in UAE

Archaeologists said this week they have found the oldest pearling town in the Persian Gulf on an island off one of the northern sheikhdoms of the United

Russian President Vladimir Putin visited the occupied port city of Mariupol, his first trip to Ukrainian territory that Moscow illegally annexed in September and a show of

Russia, Ukraine extend grain deal to aid world’s poor

An unprecedented wartime deal that allowed grain to flow from Ukraine to countries in Africa, the Middle East and Asia where hunger is a growing

Nations approve key UN science report on climate change

Governments gave their blessing yesterday to a major new U.N. report on climate change, after approval was held up by a battle between rich and developing

‘Shazam! Fury of the Gods’ stumbles with $30.5 million debut

“ The “Shazam!” sequel fell short of its modest expectations ($35 million) as well as the first film in the series ($53.5 million in April 2019), and

Silicon Valley Bank collapse concerns founders of color

In the hours after some of Silicon Valley Bank’s biggest customers started pulling out their money, a WhatsApp group of startup founders who are immigrants of color

Trump says he expects to be arrested, calls for protest

Donald Trump claimed on Saturday that his arrest is imminent and issued an extraordinary call for his supporters to protest as a New York grand jury investigates

Musk brought internet to Brazil’s Amazon. Criminals love it.

Brazilian federal agents aboard three helicopters descended on an illegal mining site earlier this week in the Amazon rainforest. They were met with gunfire, and the

Treasury chief seeks drama-free budget day amid strikes

Treasury chief Jeremy Hunt will stage a moment of high political theater today , unveiling his budget to a crowd of baying lawmakers as consumers demand

Assault on archaeologist triggers protests in Greece

State-employed archaeologists in Greece launched strike action yesterday to protest an assault on an archaeologist responsible for the resort island of Mykonos, an attack they say

San Francisco board open to reparations with $5M payouts

Payments of $5 million to every eligible Black adult, the elimination of personal debt and tax burdens, guaranteed annual incomes of at least $97,000 for 250 years and

Lula meets with Indigenous in Amazon, pledges lands

On his first trip to Indigenous land in the Amazon rainforest since taking office, Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva expressed support for creating new territories

How this little see-through fish gets its rainbow shimmer

You can see right through this little aquarium fish from Thailand: Its skin is almost completely transparent. But when the light hits it just right, its body

Ukraine: Objects of war become new normal in Kyiv scenery

There are sandbags around the statues and anti-tank obstacles by the side of the streets, trenches in the nearby forests and land mine warnings in the woods.

Michelle Yeoh wins best actress award, making history

Michelle Yeoh has won the Academy Award for best actress and made history all at once. The Malaysian-born actor became the first Asian woman to

‘Everything’ wins best picture, is everywhere at Oscars

It was chaotic, messy, wild, creative, big-hearted and utterly unique. If it were a bagel, it would most certainly have been the “everything” kind. But “Everything

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