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A Nobel for Thunberg? In the age of climate change and virus, it is possible
This year’s Nobel Peace Prize could go to green campaigner Greta Thunberg and the Fridays for Future movement to highlight the link between environmental damage and the threat to peace and security, some experts say.
Biden warns UK on Brexit: No trade deal unless you respect Northern Irish peace deal
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden warned the United Kingdom that it must honour the Northern Irish peace deal as it extracts itself from the European Union or there would be no U.S. trade deal.
Exclusive: In the weeds – How Bayer, U.S. government teamed up against Thailand’s glyphosate ban
Chemicals giant Bayer and the U.S. government cooperated closely last year to lobby Thailand to reverse its ban on glyphosate, used in the company’s controversial weedkiller Roundup, documents obtained by an environmental group and reviewed by Reuters show.
In occupied West Bank, Palestinian bloggers see local tourism as defiance
Two Palestinian travel bloggers are promoting local Palestinian tourism in the West Bank as an act of defiance against Israeli occupation.
Stocks buckle, dollar stirs as divided Fed disappoints
The dollar stirred and equities recoiled on Thursday after a divided U.S. Federal Reserve dented stimulus hopes, TikTok’s tug-of-war clobbered tech stocks and dire European car sales underscored coronavirus troubles.
Uganda reverses forest destruction by inviting in … loggers
For decades, farmers hungry for land and families needing firewood whittled away at Uganda’s forests, home to endangered gorillas, elephants and chimpanzees.