Mumbai's Koli community, which has been fishing in the Arabian Sea for generations, has been struggling to deal with increasingly unfamiliar and volatile waters, with warming temperatures producing more frequent extreme cyclone events, disrupting fish habitats and marine ecosystems along the way.
Liz Magill was one of three presidents of top universities who were criticized after they testified at a congressional hearing about a rise in antisemitism on college campuses following the outbreak of the Israel-Hamas war.
The Texas Supreme Court temporarily blocked a pregnant woman from obtaining an emergency abortion on Friday, shortly after the state's attorney general requested the block.
McDonald's also intends to use a combination of technology and a greater focus on its delivery capabilities to better serve customers in the years ahead.
For anyone with lingering night terrors from the last renegotiation of NAFTA, the notion of reopening the pact might evoke that classic line from a horror sequel: It's baaaaa-aaaack. But this time is different, says the U.S. envoy to Canada. On his second anniversary in Ottawa, David Cohen says he's heartened by the constructive mood.
Palestinians on Friday paid tribute to Refaat Alareer, a prominent poet and scholar who sought to tell the stories behind the headlines in the blockaded enclave of Gaza. He was killed in an Israeli airstrike, his friends said.
A French juvenile court on Friday convicted six teenagers for their roles in the beheading of a teacher by an Islamist extremist that shocked the country.
With no end in sight after more than 21 months of war, the number of people killed or wounded in the Russian invasion of Ukraine is in the hundreds of thousands, intelligence estimates suggest.
Crowds gathered in Dublin for the funeral procession of the Pogues singer Shane MacGowan. MacGowan, who was 65, was diagnosed with viral encephalitis last year.
Some Russian athletes will be allowed to compete at the 2024 Paris Olympics, the IOC said Friday, in a decision that removed the option of a blanket ban over the invasion of Ukraine.
The government of Guyana, under pressure from neighbouring Brazil and a Caribbean trading bloc, agreed Sunday to join bilateral talks with Venezuela over an escalating territorial dispute.
A mine belonging to Brazilian petrochemical giant Braskem ruptured Sunday in the northeastern coastal city of Maceio, the city's civil defense authority said.
Residents went to the polls on Sunday in Hong Kong's first district council elections since an electoral overhaul was implemented under Beijing's guidance of patriots administering the city, effectively shutting out all pro-democracy candidates.
Sudan's warring generals agreed to hold a face-to-face meeting as part of efforts to establish a cease-fire and initiate political talks to end the country's devastating war, an African regional bloc said Sunday.
A Catholic priest in a small Nebraska community died Sunday after being attacked in a church rectory, authorities said.
Former President Donald Trump on Saturday characterized warnings that his victory in 2024 would represent a threat to democracy as a 'hoax' and 'Democrat misinformation.'
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy travelled to Buenos Aires to witness the swearing-in on Sunday of Argentina's new president, Javier Milei, in first-ever trip to Latin America as Kyiv continues to court support among developing nations for its 21-month-old fight against Russia's invading forces.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy travelled to Buenos Aires to witness the swearing-in on Sunday of Argentina's new president, Javier Milei.
As right-wing economist Javier Milei assumed Argentina's presidency on Sunday, the nation wonders which version of him will govern: the chainsaw-wielding, anti-establishment crusader from the campaign trail, or the more moderate president-elect who emerged in recent weeks.
It wasn't the most uplifting of inaugural addresses. Rather, Argentina's newly empowered President Javier Milei presented figures to lay bare the scope of the nation's economic 'emergency,' and sought to prepare the public for a shock adjustment with drastic public spending cuts.