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It’s November and the temperature in Istanbul is way above average. But that’s not a surprise - during the summer of 2019 we saw 396 instances of record high temperatures across the globe. #climatechange #climatecrisis #globalwarming

It’s too hot for autumn!

It’s too hot for autumn!

Climate of Change: Who pays the bill for fighting global warming?

Climate of Change: Who pays the bill for fighting global warming?

Costa Rica Commits to fully decarbonise by 2050

Costa Rica Commits to fully decarbonise by 2050

Climate Change: Air conditioner sales surge in India

Climate Change: Air conditioner sales surge in India

Politically motivated crimes in Germany surged to record high in 2021

Politically motivated crimes in Germany surged to record high in 2021

How will Elon Musk change Twitter?

How will Elon Musk change Twitter?

Renowned Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh ‘shot dead’ by Israeli troops

Renowned Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh ‘shot dead’ by Israeli troops

Is Meta’s new AI system prone to racism and bias?

Is Meta’s new AI system prone to racism and bias?

A world without passwords on the horizon

A world without passwords on the horizon

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Why are netizens scrutinising Emma Chamberlain's Met Gala jewellery?

Robot rats may one day search for survivors of disasters

Robot rats may one day search for survivors of disasters

Curfew imposed in Sri Lanka amid violent protests

Curfew imposed in Sri Lanka amid violent protests

PKK supporters attack Turkish citizens at Swiss festival

PKK supporters attack Turkish citizens at Swiss festival

Elevated benches across Denmark aim to raise awareness about rising sea levels

Elevated benches across Denmark aim to raise awareness about rising sea levels

Israel’s top court paves way to raze eight Palestinian hamlets

Israel’s top court paves way to raze eight Palestinian hamlets

Hollywood's take on VPNs: it's piracy, not privacy

Hollywood's take on VPNs: it's piracy, not privacy

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