World leaders appear to be in agreement that the world's land and ocean ecosystems are in trouble​, but divided on how to address it....

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One British insider says some people in the U.K. simply aren't ready for the message, especially from an American duchess....

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They allegedly sliced open the victim to extract the fetus because the woman attacker was unable to have children herself, an official said....

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Authorities want to take partial custody of the child, leaving the parents in charge of non-medical care, but allowing the procedure to go ahead....

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Protests have swept Iran since Mahsa Amini died three days after her arrest by the morality police, and there's no indication this move, if confirmed, will stop the unrest....

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There are new battles at the U.S.-Mexico border over the most dangerous narcotic law enforcement has ever seen....

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The U.S. men's national team will take on the Netherlands in an elimination game on Saturday....

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People say they'd rather live without food, water or heat than live under Russian occupation again....

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A momentous discovery in South Africa could turn our understanding of human history on its head....

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The royal couple arrived in Boston only hours after a royal aide resigned for interrogating a Black woman who was attending an event at Buckingham Palace....

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Police say several tourists submitted complaints, alleging the men took photos with them, then demanded money and even violently threatened them....

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Historic protests mark the first time since 1989 that China has seen protests explicitly calling for the downfall of China's Communist Party....

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Three women will be refereeing the pivotal match between Germany and Costa Rica on Thursday....

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Many Iranian fans at the stadium expressed concerns that pro-regime supporters and plainclothes Iranian agents were filling the crowds, filming and identifying protesters....

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