BRUSSELS, Oct 1 (Reuters) - The European Union launched on Sunday the first phase of the world's first system to impose CO2 emissions tariffs on imported steel, cement and other goods as it tries to stop more polluting foreign products from undermining its green transition.
More than a hundred dolphins have been found dead in the Brazilian Amazon amid an historic drought and record-high water temperatures that in places have exceeded 102 degrees Fahrenheit.
The suicide bombing killed at least 60 people gathered to celebrate Prophet Muhammad’s birthday on Friday.
Tuareg rebels attack a northern town as the UN mission continues its withdrawal from Mali.
An explosion outside Turkey's interior ministry in Ankara, was a "terrorist attack", a minister said.
Russia's police force is in crisis, with officers are quitting to become taxi-drivers and couriers.
Labour leader Chris Hipkins has announced he has tested positive for COVID-19.
The Prime Minister's office released a statement saying Hipkins has cold and flu symptoms and will isolate for five days or until he returns a negative test.
"He will continue with engagements he can undertake via Zoom," the PM's office said.
Sept. 30 (UPI) -- Elon Musk is under fire after publicly backing a far-right political party in Germany, suggesting the current government should not be re-elected over its position on the current migrant crisis in Europe.
More than 60,000 protesters gathered in the Swiss capital Bern on Saturday demanding tougher policies to combat climate change, organisers said, less than a month ahead of a national election.