Anthony Bourdain, who dined with world leaders, wrote books, ran restaurants and inspired a generation, killed himself in a French hotel room.
Some Catholic scholars have said the approval of married men in the Amazon may eventually pave the way for their use elsewhere in the world as a response to the shortage of priests.
Leaders of the Group of Seven rich nations are set to clash with a combative US President Donald Trump on Friday when they pressure him to lift sanctions on steel and aluminum they fear could lead to a trade war.
Austria, a country of 8.8 million people, has roughly 600,000 Muslim inhabitants, most of whom are Turkish or have families of Turkish origin.
"What the organic detections in the rock do is to add to the story of habitability. It tells us that this ancient environment on Mars could have supported life," Eigenbrode said. "Everything that was needed to support life was there. But it doesn't tell us that life was there."
Microplastics — tiny bits of plastic from the breakdown of everything from shopping bags to car tires — were detected in nine of 17 water samples collected off the Antarctic peninsula by a Greenpeace vessel in early 2018, it said.
NATO defense ministers will try to rally around their latest plans to contain Russia on Thursday, while keeping a lid on their frustrations over new steel tariffs that US President Donald Trump has justified on national security grounds.
The host of the US-North Korea summit practices "orchid diplomacy" — more than 200 orchids have been named after foreign dignitaries.
Singapore is aiming to become a zero-waste nation. But only 6 percent of plastic waste generated last year was recycled.
European refiners are winding down oil purchases from Iran, closing the door on a fifth of the OPEC member's crude exports after the United States imposed sanctions on Tehran, company and trading sources said.