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Water, air pollution and deforestation are pushing the natural world to the brink.
Recycling has become so expensive that some cities have suspended their programmes.
Mental health has always been a controversial subject in Greece, but the economic crisis changed that.
The call comes as investigations continue into the Easter Sunday attacks, which left 253 people dead.
The brother of the former Algerian president and two former generals have been arrested, reports say.
The Aladza Mosque was one of 12 mosques destroyed in the town of Foca during the Bosnian war.
Nine people are killed in the attack in the southern city of Sabha, according to a local hospital.
More than 90 rockets are fired towards Israel from Gaza, prompting Israeli air and tank strikes.
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Some of the biggest global powers are taking sides in Venezuela's presidential battle.
King Vajiralongkorn begins three days of traditional rites to symbolically transform him into a living god.
Militants in Gaza fire more than ninety rockets into Israel.
Up to a dozen people are thought to have died in the storms, but the number could have been far higher.
The jet carrying 143 people slid off a runway after landing in Jacksonville during a thunderstorm.
The firings took place early on Saturday from the east of the country, says South Korea.
The mayor of Minneapolis says the record payout is a way for the city to "move forward".