Bangladesh, India floods kill over 100; millions in need of aid Floods News

Floodwaters have inundated more of Bangladesh and northeast India, officials say, as authorities struggle to reach more than 9.5 million people stranded with little food and drinking water after days…

Rail strike hits Britain as Boris Johnson warns sector to modernize or go bust

Large parts of Britain have ground to a halt in the biggest strike to hit the country’s railways in 30 years, as Boris Johnson warned the sector needed to modernize…

The Download: Trolling text scammers, and China’s social media censorship

This is today’s edition of The Download,our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. The people using humor to troll their…

Ukraine weighs up the impact of EU leaders’ trip to Kyiv

It was a visit fraught with symbolism – the first time leaders of the EU’s three biggest economies had come to Kyiv since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. As tokens of…

Dozens dead, millions stranded as floods hit Bangladesh, India | Floods News

Monsoon storms in Bangladesh and India have killed at least 41 people and unleashed devastating floods that left millions of others stranded, officials said on Saturday. Floods are a regular…

Inside the experimental world of animal infrastructure

Huijser says the US has been less inclined than his native Netherlands — and “almost anywhere else I’ve worked” —to think of conservation as a goal of crossings. But that…

Has India’s Kashmir policy under Modi failed? | Narendra Modi News

When Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government unilaterally stripped Indian-administered Kashmir of its limited autonomy and statehood in 2019, it claimed the move would wipe out decades of armed rebellion in…

ECB begins emergency meeting to discuss market turmoil

The European Central Bank has started an emergency meeting of its rate-setters, sparking speculation it could announce measures to tackle surging borrowing costs in weaker eurozone economies. The ECB said…

The Download: Sensory cities and carbon trapping-crops

This is today’s edition of The Download,our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. Why sounds and smells are as vital…

‘A healing journey’: Residential school survivors and the Church | Indigenous Rights

Listen to this story: Warning: The story below contains details of residential schools that may be upsetting. Canada’s Indian Residential School Survivors and Family Crisis Line is available 24 hours…