100 million people have been forced to flee their homes. That’s more than the population of most countries

“Either the international community unites in action to confront this human tragedy, resolve the conflicts and find lasting solutions, or this terrible trend will continue,” said UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi. , in a press release. “With millions of Ukrainians displaced at the time of writing, as well as further displacement elsewhere this … Read more

Russia blacklists Sky News journalists

A huge list of 121 Australians have been blacklisted by Russia indefinitely – including Sky News host Andrew Bolt and Sky News political reporter Jonathan Lea. Australian journalists, prominent media and business executives and government officials have been banned from entering Russia – as the country claimed they promoted a ‘Russophobic’ agenda. Andrew Bolt has … Read more

After 40 days in an air-raid shelter, two Ukrainian refugees and 17 dogs are ready to start a new life in Poland

Jackson, the founder of the nonprofit organization Planting Peace, traveled from his home in Florida to Poland shortly after Russia invaded Ukraine. He estimates he helped find homes for some 300 refugees, including many dog ​​owners who were struggling to stay with their pets. “If you walked around the camps, there were so many refugees … Read more

Two American fighters Drueke and Huynh are missing in Ukraine and fear capture

The men are Alexander John-Robert Drueke, 39, of Tuscaloosa, Alabama and Andy Tai Ngoc Huynh, 27, of Hartselle, Alabama. A man who acts as the team’s sergeant, who wished to remain anonymous for security reasons, provided CNN with photos of the two men’s passports and their Ukraine entry stamps. The man said their unit was … Read more

It will be up to China to ‘do the heavy lifting’ to improve relations

There are signs that there will be some sort of “normalization” in China-Australia relations, according to James Bowen, policy researcher at the Perth USAsia Centre. Defense Minister Richard Marles recently held a meeting with his Chinese counterpart on the sidelines of a security summit in Singapore – hinting that a reset of diplomatic relations between … Read more

Mastodon Tusk Reveals North American Migration Patterns

The mastodon fossil was first discovered on a farm in 1998 by Kent and Janne Buesching, who mined peat on their property. Archaeologists then excavated the remains of the Buesching mastodon. Its skeleton, which is 9 feet (2.7 meters) high and 25 feet (7.6 meters) long, has been studied since 2006. Further examination of the … Read more

Awer Mabil’s journey from refugee camp to World Cup is the stuff dreams are made of

Awer Mabil’s family has experienced both grief and exquisite elation, and the events of early Tuesday morning (Australian time) clearly fall into the latter category. With the Socceroos’ penalty shootout score against Peru locked at four all, Mabil stepped forward to take his kick. For a 26-year-old whose childhood ambition was to perform on the … Read more

Alberta and energy sector urge Ottawa to clarify how climate goals will be met

A Suncor plant is shown in the oil sands in Fort McMurray Alta, June 13, 2017.JASON FRANSON/The Canadian Press Industry groups and Alberta want Ottawa to act quickly to clarify and implement policies to put Canada on track to meet its 2030 climate goals if the oil and gas sector is to stand a chance … Read more