French Polynesia has signed an agreement that supporters hope could pave the way for autonomous floating cities around the world.
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A Chinese-language final exam paper at a high school in New York has left internet users amused and confused, reported guancha.cn on Saturday.
Northern Ireland is facing a snap election after a breakdown in the fragile power-sharing agreement that has ensured peace for nearly 20 years.
Australia has sharply criticised Japan after photos emerged allegedly showing it had resumed whaling off Antarctica.
It was the biggest political showdown at UC Davis in years: Hundreds of students and activists turned out last week with protest signs and noisy chants, ultimately shutting down a planned talk by provocative conservative Milo Yiannopoulos.
Rhode Island governor proposes plan for the state's community college, and for junior and senior years at Rhode Island College and University of Rhode Island.
Australia also makes gains in list of most attractive English-speaking nations as US slips
U.S. climate policy will go local after the presidential inauguration Jan. 20. In the absence of the prospect of national action, local businesses have a significant opportunity to enhance the local economy and combat climate change through their operations.
A US secondary school has apologised after setting a maths questions that asked students about a girl being sexually abused by family members.
Global business schools have seen a resurgence in the number of applications to MBA programmes following a four-year decline, according to a new worldwide report.