Carbon dioxide detected on Jupiter’s moon Europa comes from the vast ocean beneath its icy shell, research using James Webb Space Telescope data has indicated, potentially bolstering hopes the hidden water could harbour life.
The first big ship carrying grain from a Ukrainian Black Sea port has set sail since Moscow quit a deal in July to allow exports, a Ukrainian deputy prime minister said yesterday, part of Kyiv’s campaign to break Russia’s de facto blockade.
Italy’s prime minister on Wednesday urged the United Nations to launch a “global war without mercy” against migrant smugglers, after a surge of arrivals on the island of Lampedusa. Addressing the UN General Assembly, Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni said
South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol yesterday warned world leaders about dangers of fake news and mishandling of artificial intelligence, calling for formation of a UN body to regulate the digital sphere. “If we fail to curb the spread of fake news resulting
The president of the Marshall Islands said on Wednesday his Pacific island nation was “cautiously optimistic” it could soon finalize a deal on future ties with the US, but repeated a call for Washington to address the legacy of massive nuclear testing in the
Archaeologists have unearthed the oldest wooden structure ever discovered, dating from nearly half a million years ago, which suggests that our ancestors may have been more advanced than previously thought.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres yesterday told world leaders humanity’s addiction to fossil fuels had “opened the gates to hell” as he kicked off a climate meeting where leading polluters China and the United States were conspicuously absent.
Armenian separatist forces in Azerbaijan’s breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh surrendered and agreed to a ceasefire yesterday, 24 hours after Baku began an offensive to restore full control of its territory.