A month after Muammar Qaddafi’s regime collapsed, Dania Ben Sasi swept onto a makeshift stage in the west Libyan town of Zuwara and filled its streets with songs in a Berber dialect that had been banned for more than 40 years.
Bee colonies exposed to a common class of pesticides may produce fewer queens and the chemicals may lead to insects’ deaths by impairing homing abilities, according to two studies in the journal Science.
The risks to the U.K.’s recovery are rising fast. All of the forward-looking business and consumer surveys have dropped to the levels of mid-2008, when the economy was about to spiral out of control. Now we are entering another slump driven by policy errors.
The British do political theater really well. The prime minister’s “Question Time,” which takes place every Wednesday when the House of Commons is in session, is the best free show in London, as long as you line up early.