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Climate change undeniable: United Nations chief after US' withdrawal

At the same time , the Russian President pointed out that "it was possible not to withdraw from the Paris agreement because it is a framework document so the US's obligations could have been change...

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Modi: We protect climate; Trump

Still, Trump emphasized his claim that the accord imposes harsher restrictions on the U.S. than on other big polluters, putting America at a "permanent disadvantage". "Peabody believes that this path ...

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India, France show common front on climate change fight

Mr Macron said he would visit India , the world's third-largest carbon emitter, by the end of the year for an worldwide summit on solar power - an area on which France plans closer cooperation wit...

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White House Just Won't Say If Trump Believes in Climate Change

Roth said he was less concerned that Trump's action would inspire other nations to leave the agreement and more concerned people would "look at America and say "These are insane people running a maj...

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French President to visit India by year end

Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, who is coordinating the climate effort, has promised to allocate $15 million to support the Paris agreement . Modi said India wanted to improve its cultu...

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Putin Upbeat After Trump Withdraws US From Global Climate Agreement

In a live broadcast from the Élysée Palace, he also riffed on Mr Trump's pledge to "Make America Great Again" as he urged USA climate scientists to travel to France and "make our planet great agai...

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France 'corrects' White House video on climate pact facts

Many world leaders have condemned the USA withdrawal. Nonetheless, Liberal Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna also found Trump's resolve to extricate the US from the acc...

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U.S. states, cities and firms unite behind Paris accord

We have often given an extremely false image of China in global negotiations, accusing it of being a big polluter. She added: "I made it clear that the UK would have wanted the United States to ...

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European Union needs to step into the breach Trump leaves

European Union needs to step into the breach Trump leaves

U.S. President Donald Trump meets with Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington , U.S. March 17, 2017. Her message was also directed at Britain. "G...

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Thornberry: Paris deal isn't 'whole universe of climate change'

Trump wrongly claimed that the Paris Agreement would allow China to "build hundreds of additional coal plants" and allow India to "double its coal production by 2020" but the United States "can't...

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Schwarzenegger Criticizes Trump's Decision to Withdraw From Paris Climate Agreement

The EU is planning to reinforce existing partner relations and find new allies from among the world's biggest economies as well as countries most vulnerable to climate change to vigorously move forw...

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Mersey Girls into BGT final as Cowell makes pledge to lead dancer

Mersey Girls into BGT final as Cowell makes pledge to lead dancer

Julia Carlile has scoliosis and explained in her audition that she needed to travel overseas for surgery otherwise she may not be able to continue her dancing career. But the big-hearted judge has tol...

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United States climate pact pullout could add 0.3 degrees of warming

But significant new policies at the federal and state level are necessary to meet the US commitment under the Paris Agreement to lower its emissions to 26 percent to 28 percent below 2005 levels by ...

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Paris Climate Agreement: Four US states join alliance committed to upholding deal

The Paris agreement was not a solution to climate change , but rather a beginning. "If we can't, that's fine". Mr Trump's decision has provoked worldwide outrage with French President Emmanuel M...

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United Kingdom election: Brexit is back

A YouGov opinion poll on Wednesday also showed the Conservatives' lead had narrowed to a fresh low of 3 points. 'I like a group hug myself, ' he said. He said Labour will build an economy where ...

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Republican governor joins coalition to uphold Paris climate agreement

For Americans and those in the world community looking for strong leadership on climate issues, this action is deeply discouraging. "The moment Trump announced his Paris pull-out marked the di...

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Putin Compares Russia Probe to 'Anti-Semitism'

Putin's comments came during a panel discussion in St. Petersburg moderated by NBC News' Megyn Kelly . Despite the conclusion from the US intelligence community that hacking of the Democratic Nat...

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U.S. and China Ready New Sanctions On North Korea

U.S. and China Ready New Sanctions On North Korea

The United States is encouraged by China's efforts to restrain North Korea, U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said in Singapore on Saturday, adding the threat from North Korea was "clear and prese...

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Pruitt: Americans Should Not Apologize for Paris Accord Withdrawal

Trump faced significant criticism from global and business leaders after he chose to pull the United States out of the Paris agreement on climate change . Belgium also said it supported the Par...

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When Will America Be Out Of The Paris Climate Deal Officially?

On the other hand, he praised President Trump for taking the "courageous" action of pulling the US from the Paris agreement . "Our deepest, deepest apologies". The decision to abandon the Paris ...

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Cities, States and Companies Vow to Stick to the Paris Climate Agreement

Cities, States and Companies Vow to Stick to the Paris Climate Agreement

The U.S.is now one of only three nations to reject the agreement . Bloomberg, the former New York City mayor who Forbes estimates has amassed a $50 billion fortune, said on Twitter the worl...

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U.S. Mayors to honor Paris climate accord despite President's decision

But, she said , she hopes the US won't "fall back" in its efforts to address climate change , adding that Alaskans are already seeing impacts. "The outlook for US energy production will be determi...

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India among countries worst-affected by new Fireball malware

India among countries worst-affected by new Fireball malware

To know if you've been hit with Fireball: Open your Web browser and check if your homepage was set by you, if you can modify it, if you can recognize and modify the default search engine, and if you i...

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Former FBI Director James Comey to testify on June 8

I haven't spoken to counsel yet. "I don't know how they are going to respond". Conway replied that Comey had previously said that it was the right of a president to fire an Federal Bureau of Investi...

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Trump administration appeals travel ban to Supreme Court

Trump administration appeals travel ban to Supreme Court

On June 1, 2017, Trump asked the Supreme Court to reinstate the ban after it was blocked by a federal appeals court in Virginia. The Trump administration asked the Supreme Court late Thu...

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Rex Tillerson says America will still cut emissions despite Paris pullout

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer joined dozens of his counterparts from Los Angeles to Houston to Pittsburgh Thursday in blasting Trump's decision and vowing to follow the agreement. Before Trump ann...

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Grieving Johnson loses at French Open

Grieving Johnson loses at French Open

World No. 4 and nine-time French Open victor Rafael Nadal is gunning for La Decima at Roland Garros , and in his current form, there is absolutely no doubt that the Spaniard is the firm favourit...

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Ancient Martian lake might have supported life — NASA's Curiosity rover

A long time ago, on a planet not too far away, there was a lake - and not just any lake, but one that could finally shed some light on that $64 million question: Was there ever life on Mars? Moreove...

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Conflicting stories about Kushner's meeting with Russian banker

Conflicting stories about Kushner's meeting with Russian banker

The White House should "immediately" revoke Kushner's clearance pending the conclusion of the FBI's Russian Federation probe that has reportedly zeroed in on Kushner, the lawmakers wrote in a le...

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Time for a Chill Pill on Trump's Climate Action

Time for a Chill Pill on Trump's Climate Action

The government of one of Africa's largest economies said the decision damaged the rule of law and "trust between nations", adding that the US has a "moral obligation" to support poorer countries i...

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