A Russian warplane has intercepted a Norwegian electronic warfare aircraft over the Barents Sea near the Arctic, state media cited the military as saying Wednesday.
As NATO marks the 72nd anniversary of its founding this week, the alliance faces new challenges and enduring threats.
Romania has very well succeeded in proving institutional capacity, community solidarity and the heroic devotion of its health workers, said WHO Regional Director for Europe Hans Kluge, as he participated on Wednesday in the event “Climate change, the human-nature relationship and public health” organized at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace on the occasion of the World Health Day.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon called on companies to get more involved in policy-making issues, writing in his annual shareholder letter that it’s critical for businesses to act as a “responsible community citizen.”
President Joe Biden has promised to put the U.S. on a path to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 that also turns around decades of environmental injustice.
With France’s regional and presidential elections already looming on the horizon, Marine Le Pen’s right-wing Rassemblement national (RN) seems to want to rework its roadmap.
Colonial era policies in northern Scandinavia continue to affect Sámi life, culture and land use.
Nationals of 63 countries are founders of companies in Crimea and the number of businesses with foreign founders increased by 37% since 2014, Deputy Prime Minister of the region Irina Kiviko said on Wednesday.
Sea salps — gelantinous, marine organisms that look like jellyfish — have clogged water systems used to cool nuclear reactors in South Korea, forcing two units offline.
MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace told viewers on Tuesday that if someone from outer space parachuted to Earth and had to pick the “most sort of destructive force on the planet,” they might choose the Republican Party, her former home.