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Shock EU court ruling endangers over 2 million to UK discrimination

A surprising ruling from a top EU court means that the UK may be able to discriminate against EU nationals who have been granted...

The Church of England apologizes for medieval antisemitism – why now?

The Church of England has confirmed plans to apologize to UK Jews for medieval antisemitic laws, put in place centuries before the church itself...

Cities retreat from water as coastal flooding worsens

Miami & Delaware, United States: When the tide gets exceptionally high in Charleston, South Carolina, coastal streets start to run with seawater. Some yards...

Covid misery, economic sanctions are driving Cuba mass protests

London, United Kingdom: Cuba has recently been driven by what the BBC has referred to as “the biggest protests in decades”. What appears to...

Afghan veteran talks about US withdrawal

Syracuse, United States: Mark R. Jacobson, a foreign policy expert at the Maxwell School at Syracuse University, served in Afghanistan as a reserve officer...

How emojis have reflected the pandemic culture

Milton Keynes, United Kingdom; Over the past decade, emojis have become an integral part of the way we communicate and have attracted attention from...

Why some people switch political parties: new research

Why do some people switch political parties? After all, if someone is committed enough to a particular vision of politics, wouldn’t they be relatively...

Lost ancient shark teeth recorded Earth’s climate history

Merced, United States: Tens of million years ago, sand tiger sharks hunted in the waters off the Antarctic Peninsula, gliding over a thriving marine...

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