Some Beijing residents have started stockpiling food in their homes in case the city imposes a lockdown, after seeing reports of food shortages and even street fights over food during a lockdown in Shanghai. Liu Chang, a 29-year-old Beijing resident who lives with his girlfriend, has stocked enough food to last three months. He is worried about possible shortages as well as price gouging in the coming months. “No matter which city it is, there…"Shanghai’s food crisis prompts residents in Beijing to stockpile supplies."
Gallery: Ukraine-Russia crisis, March 26, 2022 Gallery: Ukraine-Russia crisis, March 26, 2022 We’re sorry, this feature is currently unavailable. We’re working to restore it. Please try again later. Dismiss Skip to sections navigationSkip to contentSkip to footer 17 Images With the war in Ukraine now in its second month, the crisis shows no signs of abating. March 26, 2022 — 5.55pm 1/17 A member of Ukraine’s territorial defence unit prepares to go to the front…"Ukraine-Russia crisis, March 26, 2022"
Court docket finds in favour of atmosphere minister in attraction towards earlier choice that she had a ‘obligation of care’ to youngsters when contemplating fossil gasoline initiatives. An Australian courtroom has overturned a groundbreaking ruling that required the nation’s atmosphere minister to think about the potential hurt to youngsters from local weather change when approving new fossil gasoline initiatives. A choose in July 2020 discovered that the atmosphere minister should “keep away from inflicting private…"Australia courtroom overturns landmark local weather ruling"
As the world watches in horror at Russia’s war of conquest in Ukraine, there’s one question that keeps surfacing over and over: How do we help? It’s a good question — and one that is very difficult to answer well. After massive natural disasters, there’s almost always an outpouring of compassion and help. The 2004 Asian tsunami inspired more than $6 billion in donations to a central UN relief fund, while the 2008 Haiti earthquake…"How to donate in the Ukraine crisis"
European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen says sanctions will will target strategic sectors of the Russian economy. European Union leaders will impose new sanctions on Russia, freezing its assets, halting its banks’ access to European financial markets and targeting “Kremlin interests” for its invasion of Ukraine, senior officials have said. An emergency summit at 19:00 GMT on Thursday will also discuss offering EU candidate status to Ukraine, Lithuania’s President Gitanas Nauseda said, a step…"EU to hit Russia with ‘harshest’ sanctions over Ukraine attack | Russia-Ukraine crisis News"
A Ukrainian soldier patrols outside Donetsk in Ukraine, February 5, 2022. Anadolu Agency | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images While the world powers tried to stop an all-out war between Russia and Ukraine, Germany was accused of not only failing to play a leading role in diplomatic efforts but also actively failing to defend Ukraine against any attack. U.S. and U.K. have sent military hardware to Ukraine in order to assist it in case of…"Germany is forced to defend itself in Ukraine crisis"