Ukraine's Interior Minister Denis Monastyrskyi, Deputy Minister Yevgeny Yenin, and the ministry's state secretary Yurii Lubkovytch were among the 16 people killed Wednesday when a relief helicopter crashed in Brovary, a town of about 100,000 people in eastern Kyiv en route to one of the hot spots in our country where fighting is going on,
Due to strict maritime bio-security rules, the hull cleaning issue is threatening the cruise sector in Australia and New Zealand. Ports of call are dropped from the schedule, and time is spent at sea waiting for the ship’s hull to be cleaned.
Given the fast spread of the newest Omicron variant of Covid 19, countries should require air passengers to wear masks on long-haul flights, the World Health Organization (WHO) has officially requested.
Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg was released from a German Police precinct Tuesday after she was identified together with all the other demonstrators joining her in a protest in the town of Lützerath, which was to be demolished to expand a coal mining project in a country needing energy sources following Russia's response to western sanctions due to the war in Ukraine.
The President of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, highlighted Tuesday the growth of the Argentine economy in the last two years and valued the Government's progress in infrastructure.
In a severe display of the weak demand undermining the containerized ocean freight industry, the latest data from Xeneta reveals carriers blanked more than six times the number of sailings on the main Asia to US West Coast corridor leading up to Chinese New Year as they did in the equivalent period of 2019, just before the global ´pandemic.
This week British Antarctic Survey and World Wide Fund, WWF, are inviting the public to become ‘walrus detectives’ and get involved in the Walrus from Space project to help with vital research to enable a better understanding of these Arctic marine mammals.
Spain granted the extradition of Uruguayan physician Carlos Suzacq Fiser to face criminal charges in the South American country for his alleged participation in torture sessions during the military dictatorship (1973-1985), during which he advised the inquisitors when to stop or when to continue without killing the victim.
Dolphins working collaboratively are less successful in the presence of sound generated by humans, a University of Bristol-led team of researchers have shown. The findings, published in Current Biology, imply that dolphins cannot minimize the impact of human-made noise, even by adjusting their own vocal behavior.
An Argentine 57-year-old woman was confirmed to be aboard the Yeti Air ATR 72 twin-engined European-built turboprop airliner that crashed Sunday while trying to land in Pokhara, a tourist town in central Nepal.