Kyiv and Washington are calling on Ukrainian separatists not to stop the pumps in a mine where a small nuclear bomb was detonated in 1979.
Jokes can be serious business here, as an incident involving a television anchor, Orthodox zealots, and the country’s richest person reveals.
U.S. support of coal in Kosovo contradicts future health and prosperity.
Negotiations underline the quandary of distributing Central Asia’s vast water resources fairly.
Coalition partner says ‘green jihadist’ should be kicked out of the country for interfering in domestic affairs.
Government says that after years of promising to shutter a filthy power plant, real action is on the horizon.
The infestation is but one symptom of a pestilence spreading across the northern hemisphere.
But the Smog Free Tower is unlikely to solve Poland’s pollution problem, caused by its heavy reliance on coal.
As heating is turned up to beat the mid-winter cold, the Balkan peninsula is grappling with a well-known foe: suffocating levels of air pollution.
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