A decade of war in Syria has forced more than half the people of the country’s pre-war population to flee from their hometowns.
Hundreds of people have been evacuated overnight from Canterbury, New Zealand due to a flood caused by heavy rains. Roads and around 300 houses have been affected by the floods.
Protesters attacked President Bolsonaro for mishandling of COVID-19, allowing deforestation of Amazon and for seizing land from indigenous people. Many alleged that Bolsonaro encourages violence and racism.
Colombian President Ivan Duque announced that he is deploying military troops to Cali as the nation marked the one-month of demonstrations in the country.
The announcement of the treasure hunt comes typically every weekend, at an unspecified time, on Wasterval’s Instagram account.
On May 29, 1953, Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay became the first people to climb Mt Everest, which is known as the world’s highest mountain. Today marks the 68th anniversary of Everest’s first ascent.
Photographers from all around the world have captured the Milky Way galaxy in 25 stunning images with rarely seen detail. Here are the 10 best of the best.
Astronaut Akihiko Hoshide, who is with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency captured the beautiful view of the supermoon
Israel and Palestinian armed forces signed a ceasefire agreement after eleven days of fighting. But citizens on both sides are still recovering from the damages caused during the conflict.
Several local leaders and politicians remembered Floyd. Congressman Hakeem Jeffries, Rev. Al Sharpton, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio knelt for more than nine minutes and recalled the gruesome murder of Floyd.