As the first week of the summer sun sets, it’s time to look back on the most interesting, controversial, and fascinating stories from the past week.
We’ve selected our top stories from around the globe, and the most popular topics we’ve covered in our coverage are here, too.
From the UK to India, we’ve focused on the countrys largest cities, but in a country where access to internet remains very limited, there are also a number of smaller towns and rural areas that have the potential to offer some of the most incredible experiences.
This week, we take a look at China.
Weeks of extreme weather and power cuts have left some people without electricity for a full month in many parts of the country.
In cities like Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou, there’s no electricity for months at a time, leaving many people to rely on their smartphones to access the internet.
Some people have taken to crowdfunding to pay for their own electricity bills, but for many, the cost of electricity is more than the cost they’re saving from using the internet and the rest of the city’s energy is being used up, not being used for anything else.
But, at least for now, these extreme weather events have forced many people into extreme poverty, and it’s not just in China.
The United States and other countries are experiencing similar situations as the country struggles to maintain a reliable power supply, and even though the US has an overall renewable energy source, it is still far behind most other nations in the world in terms of its ability to maintain its population from extreme weather.
The UK has been hit by extreme weather since January, and a lot of people have reported extreme damage to their homes and businesses due to the weather.
A lot of the people affected by the weather have been left with no power, or with little hope of getting it back up and running.
The BBC recently reported that the UK has already seen an increase in the number of reports of power outages as a result of the extreme weather, with the country having received more than 100,000 power cuts in the past month alone.
While the UK is only one of the many countries that suffer from extreme temperatures, its power situation has been especially dire in recent months.
In February, the government announced that a record-breaking 6.2 million homes and 6.1 million businesses had been without electricity, with 2.6 million of those being in London alone.
The government also announced that over 100,00 homes had been damaged or destroyed by lightning, as a direct result of extreme heat waves.
But while extreme weather is always an issue, this week it’s the government’s inability to deliver on its promised funding to the grid that has people asking why it hasn’t come up with a solution to the problem of the government being unable to meet the demand of its citizens.
While many blame the UK government for the problem, the UK’s grid has been working to maintain the country’s power supply for some time now.
In fact, it has been running the grid for more than 60 years, but since March 2019, it began having power problems that were caused by a lack of investment in the grid.
As a result, people were unable to use their homes, businesses, and factories in the UK.
The recent power cuts are just the latest in a series of events that have seen the UK unable to keep up with the demand for electricity.
In 2017, a series a major solar storms destroyed large parts of Scotland, including Edinburgh.
In 2018, it was announced that Scotland was on track to become the first country in the European Union to be fully electricity independent, but it took years for that to happen, and in 2020, the country hit the brink of grid-down, with around 2.5 million people unable to access power for more of the year.
In 2021, the year after the government finally made the switch to electric power, it went to court to stop the government from cutting power, claiming that the switch was causing massive damage to the environment and that the government was ignoring warnings that the country was going to be grid-fail.
The case is currently on appeal, but a judge is expected to rule in the coming weeks.
In addition, it seems that the Government is currently struggling to deliver the promised £5 billion in infrastructure funding that it promised when it came to the power cuts.
While there are plenty of places in the country where people have had to take to crowdfunding and other ways of supporting themselves, the lack of funding for the grid has left a lot more people without the electricity they need to stay connected.
It’s been a difficult year for many people in the US, where the government has been unable to deliver enough funding to build enough new homes, hospitals, and schools to keep the population of the United States healthy and fed.
The countrys unemployment rate is almost 20 percent, and people in poverty