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Italy's coronavirus death toll passes 100,000, with cases rising
Italy became the second European country to pass the bleak milestone of 100,000 fatalities from COVID-19 on Monday, with Prime Minister Mario Draghi warning of further pain ahead as hospitalizations jump.
China’s rising influence ‘defining issue’ in transatlantic ties: NATO chief
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg described as a “defining issue” what he calls the rise of China, urging Western allies and close partners to forge stronger ties and uphold the international rules-based order that he claims Russia and China are challenging.
Experts explain why cases of rare MIS-C are rising
Just days after the American Academy of Pediatrics revealed that cases of COVID-19 in children are at their highest since the pandemic began, reports are trickling in of an uptick in diagnoses of multi-system inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C), a serious complication of the virus.
Rising ocean temperatures due to climate change may shrink breathable ranges of marine animals
As the global ocean temperatures rise due to climate change, scientists from the University of Washington are trying to predict how marine animals will react.
Study: Rising sea levels to destroy homes of 300m people by 2050
Rising sea levels are on track to affect about three times more people by 2050 than originally thought. New research suggests that 300 million homes will be affected by coastal flooding in the next 30 years.
Rising methane may thwart efforts to avoid catastrophic climate change
If the world were on track to meet the Paris agreement goal of less than 2°C of global warming, methane levels in the atmosphere would theoretically be dropping.
Rising CO2 levels destroying African savannah, scientists warn
Up to a third of the plant life occupying the African savannah could be driven to extinction as CO2 is pumped into the atmosphere, scientists have warned.
Corruption seen rising in US under Trump, watchdog warns
The US slid down the rankings of a global corruption index last year as America’s system of checks and balances faced growing threats on Donald Trump’s watch, Transparency International (TI) — the global civil society organization based in Berlin, Germany, leading the fight against corruption — said on Tuesday.
Rising number of US businesses report sales and profit slowdown at the end of 2018
A rising number of US businesses saw falling sales and lower profit margins at the end of 2018, another sign that the American economy could be slowing.
Pessimism is dramatically rising among global CEOs, survey shows
Chief executives from the world's leading companies expressed a record jump in pessimism about global growth prospects, according to a PwC survey released alongside the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos.
Rising temperatures may safeguard crop nutrition as climate changes
Recent research has shown that rising carbon dioxide levels will likely boost yields, but at the cost of nutrition.
Amnesty censures South Sudan over rising number of executions
Amnesty International has denounced a rise in the use of the death sentence in South Sudan, urging the world’s youngest nation to “stop signing execution orders.”
Rising seas will swamp homes, report says
England’s coastal communities have not faced up to the reality of rising seas through climate change, a report said.
'Live in the woods?': Concern over rising rents in Spain
Capsule flats, price rises forcing tenants out: Rents in Spain are soaring post-crisis, fueling concerns of a new ‘bubble’ in a country still traumatized by the collapse of its housing sector.
Rising carbon dioxide levels could cause nutritional deficiencies across the globe
Rising levels of carbon dioxide, which deplete the nutrients of different foods, could leave hundreds of millions around the world at risk for nutritional deficiencies, according to a new global study from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health published today in the Journal Nature Climate Change.

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