The September sun is setting over the old olive grove as Ahmad Mahmoud Alahri walks pensively from tree to tree.
Boxing Day: We don’t obviously have Boxing Day in Ireland and anyone who uses the phrase is rightly eyed with deep suspicion – but on the off chance you have ever wondered why they do have it across the Irish Sea then today is your day.
Four Dutch parties, including incumbent Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s VVD, agreed on a policy blueprint to form a governing coalition on Monday, ending months of deadlock.
Saudi Arabia is “not convinced” by the arguments put forward by the administration of US President Joe Biden to keep the Houthis of Yemen off the list of international terrorist organizations, the Kingdom’s ambassador to the UN told Arab News.
Australia’s Defence Force has formally locked in a billion-dollar weapons contract with South Korea.
Scientists say they are worried another major marine heatwave in Shark Bay could be the final nail in the coffin for seagrass meadows.
The calendar said December but the warm moist air screamed of springtime.
After a string of powerful tornados struck the U.S. Midwest https://www.reuters.com/markets/commodities/devastated-kentucky-tornado-survivors-pick-through-debris-shelter-with-relatives-2021-12-12 and killed more than 100 people this weekend, attention has turned to the warning systems in place and why the movements of the fast-moving storms are so difficult to predict.
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Extreme winds hit the Canadian province of Ontario to plunge more than 280,000 homes and businesses into darkness, utility Hydro One said on Saturday, although power supplies were later restored to some.