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One expert group ran a worst-case computer simulation of what would happen if the USA does not curb emissions, but other nations do meet their targets. "Climate change is not a fairy tale". The legally binding 2017 deal signing would enhance the requirements upon global nations, forcing signatories to limit human economic activity, and rich countries to provide "climate finance" to poor nations, paying for their renewable energy projects.
  • Vehicle bomb kills at least 10 people at Baghdad ice cream shop

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    The officials say the bombing in central Baghdad involved explosives in a parked auto that a bomber detonated. A auto bomb exploded in the densely populated Karada district in central Baghdad , killing 11 people and injuring scores, a security official said on condition of anonymity due to restrictions on speaking to media.
  • Scotland 'must have a choice' on independence, says Sturgeon

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    The SNP will today launch their election manifesto in the full knowledge that for them, the only way is down. "I'll obviously open discussions with the Government in Scotland and listen very carefully to what the Scottish Parliament says", Corbyn said during an interview with Bauer and Global radio stations.
  • Two more arrests over Manchester attack: British police

    Two more arrests over Manchester attack: British police

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    However, there is no word whether they are linked to the Manchester attack. They were among the 75 people admitted across eight hospitals in the region. Numerous victims were children and teenagers - with the youngest of the dead revealed to be just eight-years-old. In her first substantive comments since Monday's attack claimed by the Islamic State group, Grande hailed the compassionate spirit of her fans and vowed not to give in to divisions.
  • White House official: Trump plans to pull US from Paris deal

    White House official: Trump plans to pull US from Paris deal

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    Trump had indicated on his global trip last week that he was thinking he would honor his campaign promise to withdraw from the agreement , according to CNN . "We can not phase out fossil fuels overnight". Under the pact, the United States committed to reducing its emissions by 26 to 28 percent from 2005 levels by 2025.
  • Priest says he and 200 others held hostage in Philippines

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    Over the past week, his fighters have shown their muscle, withstanding a sustained assault by the Philippine military and increasing fears that the Islamic State group's violent ideology is gaining a foothold in this country's restive southern islands, where a Muslim separatist rebellion has raged for decades.
  • Bombing in diplomatic area of Kabul kills 80, wounds scores

    Bombing in diplomatic area of Kabul kills 80, wounds scores

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    The German Embassy, which is located close to Zanbaq Square, was extensively damaged and at least one Afghan security guard employed by the embassy had been killed . Neighboring Pakistan has condemned the " terrorist attack" in a statement from the Foreign Ministry voicing solidarity with Afghanistan. "US citizens in Kabul are advised to avoid traveling to that area", a statement by the embassy said.
  • U.S. carries out historic ballistic missile intercept

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    The U.S. has poured more than $40 billion into the MDA since 2002, and its director, Vice Adm. Jim Syring , said the "intercept of a complex, threat-representative ICBM target is an incredible accomplishment. Missile Defense Agency, the U.S. Air Force's 30th Space Wing, the Joint Functional Component Command for Integrated Missile Defense, and the U.S.
  • World leaders condemn deadly attack in Kabul

    World leaders condemn deadly attack in Kabul

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    The ministry called on Kabul residents to donate blood, saying hospitals were in "dire need". "The attack took place very close to the German embassy". Before Wednesday, a total of 220 people had been killed in extremist incidents in Kabul since April 2015. Among the dead was an Afghan journalist from Tolo News, media outlets reported .
  • Afghanistan: Four things to know after the Kabul attack

    Afghanistan: Four things to know after the Kabul attack

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    Afghan president Ashraf Ghani condemned the terror attack in a statement . Khamma Press quoted Interior Ministry spokesman Najib Danish, as saying that the attack was likely carried out using a truck full of explosives which was detonated close to Zambaq Square, an area that houses several diplomatic missions.
  • Trump Expected to Withdraw US From Paris Climate Accord

    Trump Expected to Withdraw US From Paris Climate Accord

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    Trump's position on the Paris accord was a focal point of last week's G7 summit in Sicily in which leaders of the world's six other largest industrial democracies pressed him to renew the U.S. A United Nations panel of climate scientists says it is at least 95 percent probable that man-made greenhouse gas emissions, mainly from burning fossil fuels, are the main cause of climate change since 1950.
  • Trump keeps world waiting on Paris deal

    Trump keeps world waiting on Paris deal

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    Responding to questions, he said: "We believe that it would be important for the U.S. not to leave the Paris agreement ". "And so my argument today is that it is absolutely essential that the world implements the Paris Agreement , and that we fulfill that duty with increased ambition", Guterres said during his prepared address.