Italy Opens New Bridge, Two Years After Deadly Collapse

MILAN—Italy inaugurated a new bridge on a stretch of highway connecting the port city of Genoa to France, almost two

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China’s Mighty Yangtze Is Heaving From Rain and the Three Gorges Will Be Tested

Heavy rain has battered central and southern China over the past few weeks, causing widespread flooding—the worst in decades. China

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Bone-Dry Australia Faces Backlash Against Dam Projects: ‘Dams Don’t Make It Rain’

WYANGALA, Australia—To indigenous Australians Isabel and George Coe, the hills near a 280-foot-tall dam here are part of a sacred

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Blaze at Iranian Port Adds to String of Damaging Incidents

Iranian authorities are investigating a blaze that damaged seven ships at a southern Iranian port, the latest in a string

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Russia’s Norilsk Nickel Involved in New Arctic Fuel Spill

MOSCOW—Authorities in Russia’s Arctic region declared a local state of emergency following the leak of aviation fuel into nearby reservoirs

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