There have been “significant decreases in nitrogen dioxide over China,” reports NASA as quarantines remain in place within the country.
Travelers who booked flights through the airline will have the option to change to alternate flights without incurring fees (under certain conditions).
A senior member of the International Olympic Committee is casting doubt on the possibility of postponing, moving or scattering this summer’s Tokyo Games because of the deadly coronavirus outbreak, saying organizers will probably either hold the event or cancel it.
A World Meteorological Organization spokeswoman said the Esperanza base recorded 64.9 Fahrenheit on Thursday — topping the former record of 63.5 degrees tallied in March 2015.
Some regions have received more than a month's rainfall in just 24 hours, according to local reports.
The royals denounced a report alleging that Harry and Meghan had been pushed away by the "bullying attitude from" William.
The volcanology institute raised the danger level around Taal three notches on Sunday to "Alert Level 4," meaning that hazardous explosive eruption is possible within hours to days.
The new sanctions will target Iranian companies and eight senior officials.
Western leaders said the plane appeared to have been unintentionally hit by a missile just hours after Iran launched around a dozen ballistic missiles at two U.S. bases in Iraq.
A 4-year-old springer spaniel named Taylor has been performing a special kind of search and rescue effort as bushfires rage across much of Australia — she’s a detection dog who has helped locate and rescue 15 koalas from scorched regions of New South Wales this fire season.
Two U.S. officials suggested it could well have been a mistake.
The fires have caused hazardous air quality in major cities throughout Australia and part of New Zealand, and now the smoke has drifted thousands of kilometers across the Pacific Ocean, first reaching Argentina and Chile Monday.
Up to 10,000 feral camels in South Australia could be killed as they consume scarce water sources in drought-afflicted areas and cause damage to local infrastructure.
Police in Australia say a total of 183 people are facing legal action for more than 200 bushfire-related offenses since Nov. 2019.
In the wake of Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani’s death, many in Iran have mourned the loss of a martyr while others have celebrated the end of a dangerous military leader. The duality of this response is a window into the polarization that envelops Iranian politics as well as the shadowy conflict overshadowing U.S.-Iranian relations for decades.
Gen. Qassem Soleimani's daughter, Zeinab, directly threatened an attack on the U.S. military in the Mideast during a funeral procession.
As wildfires have torn across Australia in recent weeks, devastating many parts of the country and claiming at least 17 lives, the U.S. has sent more than 100 firefighting personnel to help combat the inferno, and another 50 to 60 are set to depart on Monday, according to the National Interagency Fire Center.
A mother and her two daughters, ages 30 to 60, went to police after authorities held a news conference about the fire.
The fire killed apes, monkeys, bats and birds. Police said it may have been caused by sky lanterns launched to celebrate the new year.
The lead researcher shocked the scientific world when he announced in 2018 that he had altered the embryos of twin girls who had been born the same month.