“Here ignorance is bliss.”
As the state of South Australia reenters lockdown, panic buying returns.
Alang yard on the western coast of India accounts for roughly 40 percent of global ships that are scrapped.
No controlled itineraries or quarantine on arrival, like it's 2019.
They represent just 13 percent of the world population, an Oxfam study reveals.
Parents with children still at home are dealing with numerous stressors during the coronavirus pandemic, the study said.
The pandemic might be the final nail in the coffin for Seoul’s scrappiest neighborhood: Itaewon.
Officials called the incident "willful homicide motivated by profit,” but survivors questioned police tactics during the raid.
Paulding County School District is refusing to release records about the recent decision to suspend students who shared photos of an overcrowded school during the ongoing pandemic.
A study found that there was a 68.7 percent increase in Google searches for beer from February to March, when the Philippines first went under lockdown.
As Melbourne enters its third week of lockdown, large populations of rats are running out of food—leading to mass migration and cannibalism.