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Study details huge emissions resulting from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

KYIV: Russia's invasion of Ukraine has directly caused or paved the way to the emission of 175 million tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere, a joint report said on Thursday. The report, published by Ukraine's environment ministry and climate NGOs, said their estimate included

Migrant shipwreck victims pursue case against Greek coast guard

ATHENS: A year after one of the Mediterranean’s worst migrant shipwrecks killed more than 600 people, lawyers for survivors pursuing a criminal case against the Greek coast guard gave fresh details on the case Thursday. The rusty and overloaded trawler Adriana sank on the night of

UK Labour leader Keir Starmer says he’ll end the era...

MANCHESTER: The left-of-center politician aiming to become Britain’s prime minister in three weeks’ time said Thursday he will lead a government that’s both “pro-business and pro-worker” and restore stability after years of economic and political turmoil. Labour Party leader Keir Starmer said that if he’s elected

Uzbekistan: Ensuring interfaith harmony a key to peace, stability

By Bekzod Ochilov In the modern world, geopolitical tensions and bloc confrontation are increasing and often escalate into value and ideological conflicts. Inter-confessional harmony is being undermined and social polarization is increasing. As a result of political and economic instability and distorted perceptions of other cultures