Why Europe Was Unable to End Daylight Saving Time

Why Europe Was Unable to End Daylight Saving Time

The European Union voted in 2019 end to daylight saving time and was scheduled to stop changing its clocks in late March 2021. Then came Brexit, the pandemic, and international bureaucracy. Europe won’t be ending daylight savings time yet People all around the globe would like to see the practice …

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Japan Plans to Release Fukushima Treated Radioactive Water into Ocean

Japan Plans to Release Fukushima Treated Radioactive Water into Ocean

The government of Japan decided on Tuesday that it will begin releasing treated radioactive water from the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean within two years amid strong opposition. Japan says Fukushima treated radioactive water will be released into sea Radioactive water has been accumulating inside storage tanks …

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The Pope Visits Iraq for First Time

The Pope Visits Iraq for First Time

Pope Francis plans to visit Iraq starting Friday, and will stay in the country for four days as he makes a tour of six cities. Crowds will not be permitted to gather to hear the pope speak, owing largely to the pandemic, so his meetings with others in the country …

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First-Ever Human Cases of H5N8 Bird Flu Detected in Russia

First-Ever Human Cases of H5N8 Bird Flu Detected in Russia

The World Health Organization (WHO) has been notified after scientists in Russia confirmed at least seven cases of H5N8 bird flu in humans, the first ever, following an outbreak at a poultry farm in the southern Russia. Avian bird flu H5N8 is a highly contagious strain which is lethal for …

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