The Rosetta Stone, the centerpiece of a new exhibition at London’s largest museum titled, "Hieroglyphs unlocking ancient Egypt," celebrating the 200th anniversary of the stone's decipherment. However, growing calls demand the black slab to be return to Egypt.
In a rare display of cooperation from Libya's divided political institutions, the country expelled Thursday (Nov. 24) over 200 migrants who'd entered its territory illegally.
The group of returnees included "105 Egyptians, 101 Chadians and 20 Sudanese".
COP 27 delivered on what was the 'litmus test' for its success - consensus on the establishment of a fund on loss and damage. What seemed impossible was made possible, largely due to the unity of the G77 and China and the role of the Egyptian Presidency. Also important were efforts by civil society groups who put pressure on the United States, the main blocker to having the fund.
As the world comes together at COP 27 in Egypt, few are talking about soil as an important resource in carbon sequestration in mitigating the effects of climate change. Scientists sound the alarm in Kenya.