Wednesday, Oct 27, 2021
Focus on the big picture
Are we taking biodiversity loss seriously?
Sky, 13 Oct 2021
World leaders are discussing how to protect and slow the loss of nature at COP15. So how important is it that we tackle the two issues together?
Dr Xi Hu explains why biodiversity is "closely linked" to climate change, as environmental consultant Richard Black reacts to China's new fund to help developing nations protect their biodiversity.
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Biden joins U.S.-ASEAN summit
Reuters, 26 Oct 2021
U.S. President Joe Biden joined Southeast Asian leaders for a
Eastern Canada weather forecast: Why this year's winter could look like snowy, stormy 2007
CA, 26 Oct 2021
When preparing a winter forecast, analog years are chosen – these are winter seasons when a similar meteorological setup was in place – including sea surface temperatures (La Ni...
Tom Homan: Biden intentionally un-secured the border
FOX, 26 Oct 2021
Former acting ICE director Tom Homan says former President Trump created the most secure border the United States has ever had and President Biden undid it within days of taking...
'Rust' crew members reportedly used guns with live ammunition hours before deadly shooting on set
CNN, 26 Oct 2021
Crew members on the set of "Rust" reportedly used guns with live
Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi on looking into NFL's probe of Washington Football Team
CBS, 26 Oct 2021
Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi, a Democrat from Illinois, and Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, a Democrat from New York, want the NFL to turn over evidence and findings from its ...
Sudan general says PM is 'at my home' after coup
AFP, 26 Oct 2021
Sudan's top general Abdel Fattah al-Burhan says the country's Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok is at the general's home due to safety concerns, a day after his reported detention b...
LIVE: White House Holds Press Briefing | NBC News
NBC, 26 Oct 2021
Watch as White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki holds a press briefing with National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan.
Japan's Princess Mako marries commoner, gives up royal title
Al Jazeera, 26 Oct 2021
Japan's Princess Mako has married her non-royal college sweetheart Kei Komuro, formally giving up her royal status.
Annual sheep march gathers crowds in Madrid
AP, 26 Oct 2021
The traditional Festival of Transhumance returned to the streets of Madrid, after being cancelled the year before due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Female judges fleeing Afghanistan and criminals they imprisoned
BBC, 26 Oct 2021
A recent BBC investigation found that more than 220 female judges were living in hiding because they feared retribution under Taliban rule.
Japan's Princess Mako loses Royal status for marrying boyfriend
DW, 26 Oct 2021
Japanese Princess Mako has quietly married a commoner without traditional wedding celebrations and said their marriage "was a necessary choice to live while cherishing our heart...
ACES Meet 2021-2 | Joint Pakistani-Turkish drills in full swing
RT, 26 Oct 2021
Joint military drills of the Pakistani and Turkish Air Forces, dubbed ACES Meet 2021-2, have kicked off in Pakistan, with participation from the Uzbekistan and British Air Force...
China's largest shallow-water oil rig incorporates sustainable development in its operations
CGTN, 26 Oct 2021
For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video China's largest shallow-water oil rig is off the coast of Dongying City in east China's Shandong Province, sitting atop the Shengli Oilfield...
Japan's Princess Mako marries university sweetheart Kei Komuro
Telegraph, 26 Oct 2021
Japan's Princess Mako married her university sweetheart Kei Komuro on Tuesday, the Imperial household said, but proceedings were kept low-key following years of controversy.
Timeless Iraqi village isolated from the world survives on herding and farming
SCMP, 26 Oct 2021
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: https://sc.mp/subscribe-youtube Al-Sahl is a century-old village near the western Iraqi desert that is located around 250 kilomet...
More police punished for abusing their positions
Sky, 26 Oct 2021
The number of police officers and staff being disciplined after abusing their position for sexual purposes has risen sharply.
France justice: Trial begins in 2018 murder of elderly Jewish woman • FRANCE 24 English
FRANCE24, 26 Oct 2021
Two men went on #trial on Tuesday over the 2018 murder of an elderly Jewish woman that provoked protests and alarm in #France about anti-Semitic #crime.
ITV CEO Sees Skills Shortage in Production
Bloomberg, 26 Oct 2021
ITV CEO Carolyn McCall discusses public service broadcasting, skills shortages in production, supply chain issues, and the media landscape.
Can seaweed save the world from livestock emissions? Food Revolution
FT, 26 Oct 2021
Livestock is responsible for up to one-sixth of global greenhouse gas emissions, a problem that’s only getting worse as demand for meat and dairy continues to rise.
#LIVE: SCIO holds a press conference on China's anti-COVID assistance
CD, 26 Oct 2021
LIVE: SCIO holds a press conference on China's anti-COVID assistance and international development cooperation.