Antimicrobial resistance now a leading cause of death worldwide, study finds
Antimicrobial resistance poses a significant threat to humanity, health leaders have warned, as a study reveals it has become a leading cause of death worldwide and is killing about 3,500 people every day.
Analysis | What Will Putin Do Next? Game Theory Offers Some Clues
As tensions grow between Russia and Ukraine, so does the importance of understanding the mindset of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Two questions are of particular concern: Is he rational?
Unions call for pay deal to address rising inflation and energy prices
Three trade unions have called for a pay deal for local government staff that helps tackle the rising cost of energy prices and inflation.
Northern Ireland politicians unite to pay tribute to Ashling Murphy
Politicians in Northern Ireland have paid solemn tribute to murdered primary school teacher Ashling Murphy
How killing of Syrian refugee marks an alarming trend in Turkey
The murder of Nail al-Naif, 19, is the latest episode in an alarming trend of violence against refugees in the country.
Future City: JLL's latest proptech play; Entrata chairman ousted - The Real Deal
JLL bought the cloud-based "virtual engineering" platform Hank for an undisclosed sum, adding to its smart building offerings.
Remembering The Rainbow Sign: The Short But Powerful Reign of Berkeley's 1970s Black Cultural Center | KQED
Today, it's an unassuming beige building on a busy Berkeley street.
I had death threats and my tires splashed for my reporting. Many journalists in the Pacific face huge dangers | Joyce McClure
spent five years as the lone journalist on the remote Pacific island of Yap. During that time I was harassed, spat at, threatened with assassination and warned that I was being followed.
Third wave has set in': India's new COVID cases double in 4 days
India reports 58,097 new cases as Omicron looks set to overtake Delta as the dominant strain in the country.
Tesla opens a dealership in Xinjiang, drawing accusations it's helping China 'cover up genocide.'
Tesla came under fire from political leaders and human rights groups Tuesday after announcing it would open a dealership in the Xinjiang region, where China is accused of detaining hundreds of thousands of Muslims in indoctrination camps.