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2,000 foot wide landslide drowns coastal homes in arctic sea, lucky dog saved
June 05, 2020
A massive 2,000 foot wide swath of land shifts and crumbles as homes are shoved into arctic waters off the coast of Norway.
Trump administration orders Marriott to shutter Cuba hotel by end of August
June 05, 2020
The U.S. Department of Treasury ordered Marriott to shut down its Four Points Sheraton hotel in Havana, Cuba, by Aug. 31 amid continuing tensions.
Russia declares state of emergency over diesel fuel spill in Arctic Circle
June 05, 2020
A massive diesel fuel spill in Siberia is threatening the Arctic Ocean.
'I have been living a nightmare,' mother says as Iran releases American Navy veteran Michael White
June 05, 2020
White had been granted a medical furlough and transferred to Swiss custody in Tehran after he contracted COVID-19 in an Iranian prison in March.
George Floyd: Protests around the world show solidarity with US demonstrators
June 05, 2020
People around the world gather to protest the killing of George Floyd while in police custody.
'We cannot tolerate or turn a blind eye to racism': Pope Francis condemns George Floyd's death
June 03, 2020
Pope Francis called George Floyd's death "tragic" in his weekly Wednesday audience but warned "nothing is gained by violence, and so much is lost."
'Shocking moment': Australian minister seeks probe of US police hitting reporter covering White House protest
June 03, 2020
In the incident – carried live on Australian TV – a federal officer can be seen slamming his shield into the cameraman and then punching the reporter.
'So thankful to be back': Italy, first to lock down in Europe, is slowly reopening, welcoming back tourists
June 01, 2020
Starting Wednesday, Italy will allow travelers from the 25 other members of the Schengen Area in Europe to come to Italy with no restrictions.
Thousands in cities across the world join protests against death of George Floyd
May 31, 2020
Thousands of people gathered across central London and other international capital cities this weekend to protest against the killing of George Floyd.
Trump formally cuts ties with World Health Organization, says he's revoking Hong Kong's trade perks in rift with China
May 29, 2020
U.S.-China tensions over coronavirus have been rising for weeks. The spat took a more serious turn after China adopted a law threatening Hong Kong.
China approves sweeping national security legislation for Hong Kong, jeopardizing the city's autonomy
May 28, 2020
Critics have warned the law could spell the end of Hong Kong as an international financial hub.
Doctor and nurse on coronavirus frontlines marry in hospital, send champagne to virtual guests
May 28, 2020
Rather than postpone their wedding for the foreseeable future, the couple opted to hold their wedding "while everyone was still healthy."
Time-lapse video captures stunning Milky Way galaxy traveling through space
May 27, 2020
A time-lapse recording captured the Milky Way spinning over a Tasmanian lake, which reflected the shining stars in its still waters.
Pompeo declares Hong Kong no longer autonomous from China in a move that threatens to escalate US-China tensions
May 28, 2020
The action follows a new China national security law for Hong Kong that bans treason and other perceived offenses in the semiautonomous territory.
A man built a giant, laughing kookaburra while he was in lockdown to 'cheer us up'
May 27, 2020
At nearly 15 feet tall and nearly 28 feet wide, it's become a source of amusement for Daliri's neighbors — as well as for nearby kookaburras.
Xi Jinping says China strengthening armed forces amid tensions with US over coronavirus
May 27, 2020
Beijing says it will improve its preparedness for military combat. In the background: heightened U.S. tensions.
Death and denial in Brazil's Amazon capital
May 26, 2020
Manaus is one of Brazil's hardest-hit cities. The country has more than 23,000 virus deaths. But due to insufficient testing many are quick to rule out the possibility that COVID-19 claimed their loved ones, meaning the toll is a vast undercount. (May 26)
Alligator rumored to belong to Hitler dies in Moscow Zoo
May 25, 2020
Saturn, the Mississippi alligator rumored to have once belonged to Adolf Hitler, has died in the Moscow Zoo.
World Health Organization drops hydroxychloroquine from global coronavirus treatment study
May 26, 2020
WHO's director said there would be a "pause" on the use of the drug after a study found a lower survival rate among COVID-19 patients using it.
Virtual wave crashes inside glass box above pedestrians in Seoul
May 22, 2020
A design company installed a public art exhibit described as an "anamorphic illusion" on the largest curved outdoor LED screen in Korea.
Coronavirus surge threatens Brazil
May 24, 2020
Brazil has seen a record number of coronavirus deaths as the pandemic that has swept across the world begins to hit Latin America with its full force.
When is Eid al-Fitr? Muslims to celebrate one of the biggest holy festivals amid coronavirus
May 23, 2020
Eid al-Fitr, one of the biggest Islamic holy festivals, will likely look a lot different this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Climate change is turning the snow in Antarctica bright green. Scientists are able to see it from space.
May 22, 2020
Researchers from the University of Cambridge and the British Antarctic Survey created a map of green snow algae along the Antarctic Peninsula coast.
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