Following a wave of vaping-related illnesses and deaths, top officials say the search for answers is only getting more difficult.
The difficult relationship between two key US allies in Asia-Pacific has become a full-blown trade war, which is bound to have an impact on the global economy.
The opposition failed to reach the 101 votes needed in the 200-member parliament to topple the cabinet, with 85 lawmakers voting no confidence in the cabinet, and 85 voting against.
With a near total control on the rare earth mineral market, China floats possible export restrictions on the United States, as Washington escalated the trade war against China this month by putting the Chinese telecom giant Huawei on a blacklist.
Indian officials and local media say there are still several people falling sick after drinking cheap spurious liquor that already killed dozens of people, most of whom from the village of Balpur in Uttarakhand.
About 95 percent of crops are chemically-induced in Argentina, making it one of the world's leading cereal, corn, and soybean producers. But locals say underneath this growth is a story of death and disease.
The ozone layer had been thinning since the late 1970s. Scientists raised the alarm and ozone-depleting chemicals were phased out worldwide.
A top European Union court upheld the ban on three insecticides blamed for killing off bee populations, dismissing cases brought by chemical giants Bayer and Syngenta.
The Organisation of the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons said on Saturday the mission visited "one of the sites" in Douma, where at least 40 killed in a suspected gas attack on April 7, and would draft a report based on the findings.
The US and France have talked a big game when it comes to responding to gas attacks in Syria, but in the absence of a broad and coherent Syria policy, can they make a difference?
More than 200 mounds of earth contaminated with heavy metals, notably uranium, lie within sight of South Africa's commercial capital, according to the Harvard International Human Rights Clinic.
Hair in Africa is big business, but in Nigeria concerns over the effects of many of the products is causing a return to natural products and hair.
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