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( U.N. Rights Experts Decry War Crimes by Russia in Ukraine
Sep 25th 2023, 08:35

Source: ( ABC News - InternationalIndependent U.N.-backed human rights experts said Monday they have turned up continued evidence of war crimes committed by Russian forces in their war against Ukraine, including torture—some of it with such "brutality" that it led to death—and rape of women aged up to 83 years old. Members of the U.N. Independent Commission of Inquiry on Ukraine also expressed concerns about allegations of genocide by Russian forces, and said they're looking...


( After Blazing Summer, More Americans See Climate Change As Culprit
Sep 25th 2023, 08:34

Source: ( U.S. News and World ReportKathleen Maxwell has lived in Phoenix for more than 20 years, but this summer was the first time she felt fear, as daily high temperatures soared to 110 degrees or hotter for a record-shattering 31 consecutive days. "It's always been really hot here, but nothing like this past summer," said Maxwell, 50, who last week opened her windows for the first time since March and walked her dog outdoors for the first time since May. "I was seriously...


( Millions Live with Chronic Pain and Mental Health Symptoms, Study Finds
Sep 25th 2023, 08:34

Source: ( Science Daily - Top HealthNearly 1 in 20 adults in the U.S. experience the co-occurrence of chronic pain and anxiety or depression, resulting in functional limitations in daily life, according to a report published in the journal PAIN. The authors analyzed data from 31,997 people who participated in the National Health Interview Survey, a key source for tracking chronic pain, and estimated that roughly 12 million U.S. adults have chronic pain and anxiety or depression...


( Richest Oil States Should Pay Climate Tax, Says Former British Leader
Sep 25th 2023, 08:34

Source: ( BBC News - UK PoliticsThe world's richest oil states should pay a global windfall tax to help poorer nations combat climate change, British ex-Prime Minister Gordon Brown has said. He said countries such as Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, and Norway benefited from a "lottery style bonanza" last year, as the price of oil soared. Mr. Brown argues that a $25 billion levy would boost the prospects of a deal on a climate fund for poorer countries.


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