Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro should face a series of criminal indictments over his response to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a committee of the country's senators .
The emissions from an overseas fossil fuel project the UK is funding to the tune of $1.15bn was assessed against 2°C of warming, not the 1.5°C limit broadly accepted as a safer threshold to avoid the worst effects of climate change, Sky News can reveal.
"I am just the same, unselfconfident person I was," Svetlana Tikhanovskaya told Sky News in August last year. "But this is my mission. I have to overcome all these difficulties and bring our country to a free future and become a mother and wife again."
Sudan's prime minister Abdalla Hamdock and his wife are at home "under heavy security" after the military seized control in a violent coup.
The latest global climate promises to cut emissions are not yet enough to stay under the dangerous threshold of global heating that would trigger severe climate breakdown, UN scientists have warned.
China has announced how it will meet its target of peaking carbon emissions by 2030, according to a new document published by the country's cabinet.
Police in Indian-controlled Kashmir have launched an anti-terror investigation into college students and staff celebrating India's loss to arch-rivals Pakistan in a T20 World Cup cricket game, officials say.
At least seven people have been killed and 140 injured after Sudan's military seized power, a health ministry official has said.
Scientists believe they may have discovered the first known planet outside of our own galaxy.
Cricketer Quinton de Kock has withdrawn from South Africa's T20 World Cup match against the West Indies in Dubai after refusing to take the knee.