We continue building walls

Nov 12, 2019 Global
Tourists visiting the Berlin wall.
The world seems not to have understood the purpose and since then more walls have continued to be built.

Hurricanes have become bigger and more destructive for USA

Nov 12, 2019 Global
Aftermath of Hurricane Michael Making Landfall
According to a study, hurricanes have become more destructive since 1900, and the worst of them are more than 3 times as frequent now than 100 years ago

Donald Trump, one step away from being dismissed?

Nov 03, 2019 Global
President of the United States, Donald Trump.
Last week, the Democrats took an important step towards the political trial against Trump, in a process that would allow the president's dismissal

Once again there is no Brexit

Nov 01, 2019 Global
London protest for the pro-EU Brexit
Boris Johnson was blunt with his allegations, stating that October 31 was going to be the maximum date on which Brexit would occur. However, the United Kingdom did not leave the EU

New Global Fund for Survivors of sexual violence was launched

Nov 01, 2019 Global
Woman covering her face with her hand.
The fund aims to provide support to the victims to help them recover from the physical and emotional trauma and the fundraising goal is of US 100million by 2022.

Cannabis use disorder is declining among young people

Oct 31, 2019 Global
Man smoking a pot of marijuana.
Changes in social attitudes and the traits of frequent users may explain the decline.

Ethiopia: women in power set a good example

Oct 31, 2019 Global
Noticias LatinamericanPost
In the fight for gender equality the Ethiopia'n government has made various historical decisions in the past weeks

ISIS: much more than a military target

Oct 29, 2019 Global
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, aka Caliph Ibrahim, adressing Muslim worshippers at a mosque in Mosul.
Donald Trump announced on Sunday morning that the leader of the Islamic State had taken his own life in the middle of a US military operation in Syria

Illicit drug use is monitored via wastewater samples

Oct 28, 2019 Global
Bag of cocaine and a syringe.
The seven-year project shows problems with cocaine use in Europe and methamphetamine use in Australia.

Canada: Justin Trudeau wins again

Oct 22, 2019 Global
Justin Trudeau
Although the 156 seats reached the liberal president Justin Trudeau to continue his term, he must face strong opposition in parliament.

Women less likely to receive Canadian federal research funding

Oct 22, 2019 Global
Hand holding bills.
Women are significantly less likely than men to be awarded grants and New Investigator personnel awards from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research

Syria: between attacks and agreements

Oct 19, 2019 Global
View of the city in Syria
Ten days after Trump's decision to remove troops from the border of Turkey and Syria, his government and Erdogan's have reached a temporary agreement

What you should know about Spain and the independence crisis

Oct 19, 2019 Global
Protesters in the Plaza de Sant Jaume in Barcelona,
After several days of protests, the independence moods increasingly feel stronger in Catalonia

Why are they protesting in Spain?

Oct 16, 2019 Global
Group of people in a protest.
The independence groups of Catalonia march against the Spanish government. Here we tell you why

NASA's Aqua satellite reveals flooding in Japan from Typhoon Hagibis

Oct 16, 2019 Global
Images were taken before and after the arrival of Typhoon Hagibis.
Hagibis made landfall just before 6 a.m. EDT (7 p.m. local time, Japan) on Oct. 12, on the Izu Peninsula, located southwest of Tokyo.
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