Regular outdoor exercise and connecting with nature have been proven to reduce stress and symptoms of mental health conditions like depression and anxiety.
Election week in the U.K.
Boris misstepped yesterday, not willing to see a picture of a kid lying on the floor of a hospital
An artwork that sold last week for $120,000 and was hailed as “a symbol of global trade” has been eaten, in what might seem a fitting end for something that was an ever-ripening banana duct-taped to a wall.
The piece, titled Comedian, by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan was on show at the international gallery Perrotin at Art Basel in Miami when New York performance artist David Datuna ate it, saying he was hungr
The EU needs to show leadership on space traffic management to ensure that it protects its increasingly important space infrastructure, writes MEP Marian Jean Marinescu. In our increasingly digitalised societies, European citizens, economies and public decision-makers have become heavily reliant on data provided by satellites in orbit. "I incited the European Commission to move forward and proposed, already last year, a pilot project on Space traffic management – expected to start in the next few weeks.”
Today, on December 10, Human Rights Day is celebrated. The United Nations General Assembly, which adopts the idea that all humanity is free and equal, approved that day as Human Rights Day on December 10, 1948. Our country in April 1949 also approved the Declaration of the UN Foundation and as of this year as worldwide in our country, Human Rights Day is celebrated on December 10. The prison that maintains the United States today at the naval base of Guantanamo, Cuba, is an international discredit
More than 20 Australian tourists are still listed as missing feared dead following yesterday’s White Island volcano eruption which has so far claimed the lives of at least five people.