'Death sentence': low-lying nations implore faster action on climate at U.N.Environment · 5:55 PM UTC
Faced with what they see as an existential threat, leaders from low-lying and island nations implored rich countries at the United Nations General Assembly this week to act more forcefully against a warming planet.
Quad leaders to deliver on vaccines, infrastructure, tech-U.S. official
U.S. fallout over Kabul drone strike grows with plans for multiple probes
Evergrande bondholders run out of hope for coupon payment on Thursday -source
Investors look ahead to rate hikes with Fed tapering plan all but certain
U.S. special envoy to Haiti quits over 'inhumane' migrant deportations
EXCLUSIVE Google offers to settle EU antitrust probe into digital advertising - source
Migrant camps along the U.S.-Mexico border balloon as most pathways to asylum shut down under President Biden.
Lava, smoke and ash cover La Palma as volcano threatens banana crop
Jets of red hot lava shot into the sky on Spain's La Palma on Thursday as a huge cloud of toxic ash drifted from the Cumbre Vieja volcano toward the mainland and jeopardised the island's economically crucial banana crops.
Analysis: China's pledge to cut project finance is the 'new normal' for coal
Australia and Indonesia, the world's biggest coal exporters, face an accelerated decline in global demand for their coal shipments after China said it would stop building coal-fired power plants overseas, analysts, environmental groups and industry officials said.