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Threats to food supply and environment loom without significant changes: Report

(NEW YORK) -- Half of the world’s population may be malnourished by 2030 if current trends go unchecked, according to a new report.The report, Growing Better: Ten Critical Transitions to Transform Food and Land Use, finds that without significant changes to the global agricultural industry, the world’s food supply, as…... Read More

Woman is first person to swim English Channel four times nonstop

(LONDON) -- A 37-year-old breast cancer survivor from Colorado made history Tuesday as the first person to swim the English Channel four times in a row. "I just can't believe we did it," Sarah Thomas told the BBC when she came ashore in Dover, England. "I'm really just pretty numb.""There…... Read More

Prince Harry, Meghan head to Africa: Five things to watch on first tour with Archie

(LONDON) -- Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, are back from summer vacation and Meghan's maternity leave in a big way.The royal couple is heading to Africa next week and bringing baby Archie with them, marking their first official overseas trip as a family.The family will arrive in…... Read More

Venezuelan opposition calls talks with Maduro dead, causing rift

(CARACAS, Venezuela) -- Venezuela's opposition has declared talks with its strongman president Nicolás Maduro dead after weeks without meetings -- a decision meant to bring renewed international pressure, but that appeared to crack its united front. One day after the opposition leader, who the legislature has declared is the legitimate…... Read More

Man chooses to bring clown to redundancy meeting for 'support'

(AUCKLAND, New Zealand) -- When one New Zealand man was facing redundancy, he brought a dash of color -- and some balloon animals -- to the meeting where he got laid off.Employers in New Zealand are legally required to offer employees the chance to bring a "support person" to help…... Read More

17th service member killed in Afghanistan this year, 1st since peace talk collapse

(WASHINGTON) -- A U.S. service member was killed in action in Afghanistan on Monday, the first American combat death since President Donald Trump decided to call off peace talks with the Taliban earlier this month.The service member is the 17th American killed in combat in Afghanistan this year -- the…... Read More

Iran fired cruise missiles in attack on Saudi oil facility: Senior US official

(WASHINGTON) -- Iran launched nearly a dozen cruise missiles and over 20 drones from its territory in the attack on a key Saudi oil facility Saturday, a senior Trump administration official told ABC News Sunday. It is an extraordinary charge to make, that Iran used missiles and drones to attack…... Read More

3 migrants killed, 11 detained after boat sinks in Caribbean: CBP

(NEW YORK) -- Three people were killed and 11 were detained on Saturday night when a makeshift boat capsized in the Caribbean, authorities said. U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agents in the Caribbean bureau said the makeshift vessel, called a "yola," went under Saturday night with "approximately" 38 undocumented immigrants…... Read More

Thousands of climate change activists block entrance to Frankfurt auto show

(FRANKFURT, Germany) -- Thousands of climate-change activists formed a human roadblock on Sunday to the Frankfurt auto show, one of the largest car industry showcases in the world. Protesters, many wearing surgical masks and white hazmat suits, blocked the entrance to Germany's 68th annual International Auto Show, demanding German lawmakers…... Read More

Tunisian presidential elections: a major test for the Arab Spring’s legacy

(TUNIS, Tunisia) -- On Sunday, 7 million Tunisians will vote for a new president in the country's second presidential election since Tunisia’s Arab Spring in 2011.Arab Spring led to Tunisia’s first democratic elections.Initially scheduled for Nov. 17, the election was pushed forward after the death of the incumbent president Béji…... Read More

Prince Harry celebrates first birthday as a dad

(LONDON) -- The Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, is celebrating his 35th birthday Sunday, complete with a social media tribute from his wife Meghan on their joint Instagram account.The post includes a collage of photos of Harry, beginning with one of him as a baby, carried by his mother, the…... Read More