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Our Beatiful Earth , Blue Bright Colour it Looks so Peaceful from a Photo and Ugly from Down Here, Why We Destroy Earth? Where is The Benefit!

The Devastation of War

Humans have always been at war. It is our instinct to protect ourselves, to neutralise perceived threats.

We often harm those we think of as enemies by destroying the symbols they hold dear; a church or monument devastated by explosives is a blow straight to the heart of the community that has grown around it.

It isn’t just stone, mortar and glass that are being destroyed; centuries of stories, tradition and security are lost. Crushing spirits, instilling fear, splintering communities – these are military tactics.

But the amazing thing about the human spirit is that even when badly damaged, it grows again.

Earth hurtling toward a dangerous temperature limit, major climate report warns

Temperatures on Earth will shoot past a key danger point unless greenhouse gas emissions fall faster than countries have committed,

Russia-Ukraine war: what we know on day 103 of the invasion

European Council President Charles Michel says Russia’s blocking of food exports from Ukraine is “pushing people into poverty and destabilising entire regions”At least 32 journalists have been killed in Ukraine since

Effects of Poverty, Hunger and Homelessness on Children and Youth

The nation’s economic crisis has deeply affected the lives of millions of Americans. Skyrocketing foreclosures and job layoffs have pulled the rug out from under many families, particularly those living in low-income communities.

How We are Killing Earth

Human pressure on nature has soared since the 1970s. We have been using more and more natural resources, and this has come at a cost.

If we lose large portions of the natural world, human quality of life will be severely reduced and the lives of future generations will be threatened unless effective action is taken.

Boris Johnson wins no-confidence vote despite unexpectedly large rebellion

Boris Johnson held off a challenge by rebels to remain leader of the governing Conservative Party, though the hollow victory leaves the British prime minister

Riding London’s Unexpectedly Fantastic Elizabeth Line

ust after 1 P.M. on January 9, 1863, a smaller-than-average steam train loaded with Victorian dignitaries and other men in tall hats left Paddington Station, in London, and headed east, beneath the city. The world’s first underground railway

How will life on Earth end?

Asteroid strikes, supernovae blasts, and other calamities could take out humanity. But no matter what, a cataclysmic event 1 billion years from now will likely rob the planet of oxygen, wiping out life.

5 Marine Animals In Danger From Ocean Pollution

Florida’s oceans, lakes and rivers are filling up with harmful pollution at an alarming rate, endangering the lives of many marine animals. There are not just one or two

Exclusive: Putin Treated for Cancer in April, U.S. Intelligence Report Says

ladimir Putin’s health is a subject of intense conversation inside the Biden administration after the intelligence community produced its fourth

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