The shallow 5.9-magnitude quake struck about 120 kilometres southeast of the city of Tabriz, in East Azerbaijan Province, in the early hours of the morning.
Casey Dean and Eduards Nits claim they were teens when they ordered the Quarter Pounder with cheese. McDonald's says it's no surprise as "once the food is cooked there isn't enough moisture to support bacterial growth to break it down".
In recent years, smog has become a problem for some cities in Pakistan and neighboring India due to industrial and transport pollution and the practice by farmers to burn stubble crop.
Three-quarters of national commitments under the Paris climate accord to curb greenhouse gases will not even slow the accelerating pace of global warming, according to a report.
Uber self-driving test vehicle that struck and killed an Arizona woman in 2018 had software flaws, the National Transportation Safety Board said as it disclosed the company's autonomous test vehicles were involved in 37 crashes in 18 months.
The watchdog's "freedom on the net" report showed that online freedom declined in 33 of the 65 countries assessed, while improvements were measured in 16 countries.
The effort is part of an attempt to address the issue of "karoshi" – death from overwork – and to encourage overworked and overburdened couples to have children in a country that is struggling with a shrinking population.
According to research, emissions between 2015 and 2030 would be enough to raise sea levels by eight centimetres by 2100.
The motive for the murder in the town of Lwemba in the troubled Ituri region was unknown, but it came as health authorities were set to introduce a new vaccine against the disease in unaffected areas.
Since the manual reconstruction of the ripped up papers began in 1995, some 500 bags of fragments — equivalent to more than 1.5 million pages — have been pieced together.
According to independent online air quality index monitor AirVisual, New Delhi was the most polluted major city in the world, at twice the level of Lahore in Pakistan, which was a distant second.
Oil slicks have been appearing for three months off the coast of northeast Brazil and fouling beaches along a 2,000-kilometre area of Brazil's most celebrated shoreline. The government names a Greek-flagged tanker as the prime suspect.
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