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A new study says spending two hours a week in nature helps boost one's overall health and well-being, according to CNN. Even if one is just enjoying the sunset or listening to the birds, the new study examined just how long one needs to spend time in their environment in order to produce a positive effect. The findings are based on interviews with 20,000 people in the United Kingdom about their activity, with a quarter of those who spent little to no time…

Avocado farmers, packers, and exporters took out newspaper advertisements in the Mexican state of Michoacán on Friday to explain how up to four trucks full of the in-demand fruit are stolen every day, according to The Guardian. Organized crime groups seem to be targeting the avocado industry, which the exporters and packers said was creating a worsening security situation in the Michoacán state, which has been the site for several years of fighting crime factions. Officials said the thievery has

Brazil's trade unions called for a nationwide strike on Friday, disrupting public transportation and a number of other industries across the South American country, according to BBC News. Just hours before the opening match of the Copa America in Sao Paulo, several metro lines were shut down from the general strike as professors and students prepared for planned protests against President Jair Bolsonaro's planned education spending cuts. The timing of the strike and protests could not be worse

Russia has warned NATO that US President Donald Trump's pledge to send 1,000 US troops to Poland will "destabilize" Europe. NATO forces in member Poland already include a rotating pool of 4,500 US soldiers. ...

Article by WN.Com Correspondent Dallas Darling It’s well known a major test of America’s democratic institutions was the authoritarian behavior of President Richard Nixon. What’s not well known, however, is if this current test of America’s democratic institutions will be able to withstand the authoritarian behavior of President Donald Trump. Indeed, and in addition to partisan warfare, today’s Congress has very little oversight over the presidency. Together with a lack of civility and

Carnival Cruise Line is being sued by the family of a passenger who had a "major heart attack" on board and died after crew members would not let him off the ship to seek medical attention, according to The Toronto Sun. The Miami Herald first reported the lawsuit was filed on Thursday on behalf of the family members of Jeffrey Eisenman. Eisenman was on vacation on the Carnival Sunshine with his wife, daughter, and son, when he started feeling unwell, vomiting, and had…

The discovery of a seventh murder victim should bring the two-month-long search for bodies to a close. Authorities have been severely criticized for their handling of the case. ...

Colombia's congress took 12 years to pass legislation imposing a complete ban on the production, commercialization, and distribution of asbestos on Wednesday, according to Colombia Reports. The measure was passed unanimously due to the health hazards posed by asbestos. Lawmakers heard from dozens of citizens who had fallen ill due to a variety of diseases believed to have been caused by asbestos, while others testified about losing their family members and loved ones during mining operations for

Russia and Turkey have brokered a complete ceasefire in Syria’s Idlib province between Syrian government forces and rebels, according to Russian and Turkish media sources on Wednesday who quoted the Russian military. Moscow officials said the ceasefire would apply to the Idlib de-escalation zone and already had a significant reduction in violence on Wednesday. It's unknown how long the ceasefire would last since Idlib is the last major rebel stronghold in Syria as Russian and Syrian forces have

After the ongoing heatwave killed at least 36 people, the coastal town of Udupi in Karnataka performed a Hindu wedding ceremony for two frogs called a "Mandooka Parinaya" to try and appease the rain gods on Wednesday, according to The Independent. A group of frogs were caught in two different villages and inspected at the Department of Zoology in Manipal, The Times of India reported, before a male and female frog were chosen. They were named Varuna and Varsha after the god of…

One of the most popular booths at the Consumer Electronics Show Asia this week has been rather low-tech thanks to its stress-relief options that appeal to many in China, according to The Jakarta Post. One kiosk is allowing visitors to smash a life-sized bobblehead of United States President Donald Trump with a mallet. As many theoretically bash President Trump for the ongoing tariff war between Washington and Beijing, the booth offers a literal outlet for their frustration at the technology

Canada's House of Commons passed a bill Monday which would make it illegal to keep a whale, dolphin, or porpoise in captivity, according to National Public Radio. The "Free Willy" bill, named after the 1993 movie where a young boy frees a killer whale from an amusement park, would make keeping the animals in captivity punishable with fines up to $150,000. "Nothing fantastic ever happens in a hurry. But today we celebrate that we have ended the captivity and breeding of whales and…

Experts were questioning reports of a coroner deducing a Louisiana woman died from an excessive amount of THC, the active ingredient in marijuana, in her system on Tuesday, according to The Independent. News outlets said St. John the Baptist Parish Coroner Christy Montegut announced a woman in LaPlace died from a marijuana overdose, even though a police report also said the woman's boyfriend said she was recently treated for a chest infection. The coroner's report said since THC impacts

The Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project is working to compile the first global database which will track violence against female politicians and activists around the world on Monday, according to The Guardian. There has been an increase in attacks after researchers evaluated thousands of events over the last twelve years which detailed how political violence was being used to target women. ACLED hopes the data will provide a better understanding of the threats facing women since they

General News Bitfinex’s stolen bitcoins have been spotted moving on the blockchain after three years of lying dormant. $1.37 million moved from a wallet that had previously held funds taken in the 2016 Bitfinex hack. The theft, which cost the exchange $60 million, remains unsolved. Bittrex announced that it will block its United States-based users from trading in 32 cryptocurrencies, including QTUM and STORJ. G20 group of nations has reaffirmed its standards for AML and countering the funding of

Justin Bieber bizarrely challenged Tom Cruise to a fight in a post on Twitter on Sunday. Much to the confusion of his 106 million followers on the social media platform, Justin tweeted: "I wanna challenge Tom Cruise to fight in the

Article by WN.Com Correspondent Dallas Darling It’s no accident history is filled with examples of how once the United States had conquered a territory and populated it with whites it was then – and only then – welcomed fully into the fold as a state. Not that the land didn’t matter, because it did. But the people who lived on the land mattered more, especially if they were white. It’s no wonder then Donald Trump has singled out Mexico, imagining it to be…

As the last patents on the erectile dysfunction drug run out, interest in finding new treatments has been renewed Are we witnessing the end of an era for Viagra and Pfizer? Since the famous “little blue pill” exploded on to the market in 1998, becoming the fastest selling drug in history, the

Metropolitan Police were calling for witnesses after two women were beaten and robbed in a homophobic attack on a London bus this week, according to Yahoo News. Melania Geymonat, one of the victims, made a post on Facebook which showed how she and her girlfriend Chris were assaulted by a group of four males on May 30 while traveling in Camden, north London. Geymonat posted a photo of the couple after the attack where they were covered in blood. "As they sat on…

Major blow to UK car industry as US company confirms closure with loss of 1,700 jobs Ford will close its Bridgend engine plant by September 2020 with a loss of 1,700 jobs. Workers at the plant were informed of the decision on Thursday morning, according to sources with knowledge of the announcement.

HERE joins European ‘Data for Road Safety’ initiativeOLP Marketplace to support OEMs in the push to share their safety-related dataBMW Group to be the first to release such data under Cre…

Health experts said Southeast Asia was losing the fight in stopping the highly contagious African swine flu from spreading across the region on Wednesday, according to The Guardian. The disease is also known as "pig Ebola" since it is fatal to pigs and has already led to millions of pigs being culled in China and Vietnam over the past several months. Even though the swine fever is harmless to humans, when it was first discovered in China it led to 1.2 million pigs…

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(CNN)North Korea's famed Mass Games is being put on pause, according to tour groups that organize visits to the country, two days after Kim Jong Un was reported to have criticized the creators of this year's performance. The Games, a uniquely North Korean propaganda spectacle involving tens of thousands of performers, typically last for several months. This year's pageant, which premiered on Monday evening and was expected to run until October, will be suspended

About 100,000 due in Prague to call on Andrej Babiš to quit over alleged conflicts of interest The Czech Republic could witness its biggest political protest since the fall of communism when an estimated 100,000 people gather in Prague on Tuesday evening to demand the resignation of the prime

Flooding issues continued to cause chaos and uncertainty across the central United States this weekend with a total of 70 river gauges along the Mississippi River and its tributaries experiencing major flooding, according to The Guardian. There are still another 104 rivers which are seeing moderate flooding, according to the latest data from the federal government. Cities from Minneapolis to New Orleans have been hit by intense spring rainfall and flash floods over the past month, but even more