Concern turns to industrial sites and huge farms farther north as the storm heads toward South Carolina.
Plus the destruction from Hurricane Ian and Zambia’s honeymoon.
After accusations against him became public, the Vatican said that in 2020 it had punished Bishop Carlos Ximenes Belo, a hero of the independence movement in his native East Timor.
Flaring, meant to burn off the planet-warming gas at industrial sites, doesn’t always work as intended, according to researchers.
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A time to dance: Rev. Dr. Frances ‘Toni’ Draper announces retirement from pastorship at Freedom Temple AME Zion Church
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