Thai police say drug bust nets methamphetamine, crystal meth and heroin worth $8.2 million
Police in Thailand say they made one of the country's biggest-ever seizures of illicit drugs, a haul including methamphetamine, crystal meth and heroin, with a total estimated street value of about $8.2 million.
Food prices are rising as countries limit exports. Blame climate change, El Nino and Russia's war
Restrictions on food exports are spilling over from rice and wheat to other essentials. This ranges from Tanzania's limits on shipping onions to its neighbors and Morocco's restrictions on tomatoes to ongoing bans of some kinds of rice in Asia.
16-year-old boy arrested in England over the 'deliberate' felling of a famous tree at Hadrian's Wall
A 16-year-old boy has been arrested in northern England in connection with what authorities described as the 'deliberate' felling of a famous tree that had stood for nearly 200 years next to the Roman landmark Hadrian's Wall.
Oil prices have risen. That's making gas more expensive for U.S. drivers and helping Russia's war
Drivers pay more for gasoline, and truckers more for diesel. Russia is earning money that it can use to wage its war against Ukraine. Central bankers may see more inflation coming and keep interest rates high.
Toymaker Lego will stick to its quest to find sustainable materials despite failed recycle attempt
Denmark's Lego says it remains committed to its quest to find sustainable materials to reduce carbon emissions, even after an experiment by the world's largest toymaker to use recycled bottles did not work.
Fighting 'through hell.' To reclaim Bakhmut, a Ukrainian brigade must first survive the forest
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is making his case in the U.S. for more money and weapons, and must persuade his audience that the counteroffensive is working. But as the 3rd Assault Brigade's experience shows, progress is difficult.
Ukraine's president, at Security Council, lashes out at Russia but avoids face-to-face encounter
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy told the U.N. Security Council that his proposal to end the 19-month war starts with adherence to the charter that ensures the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all 193 U.N. member nations.
Climate protesters around the world are calling for an end to fossil fuels as Earth heats up
From Europe to Africa to southeast Asia, tens of thousands of climate activists around the world launched protests Friday to call for an end to the burning of planet-warming fossil fuels as Earth suffers from dramatic weather extremes.