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He noted that climate-related impacts, including rising sea levels, devastating floods, and long-lasting droughts, "are unsafe, and they are accelerating". But Cohn, Trump's chief White House economic adviser, told reporters during the trip overseas that the president's views on climate change were "evolving" following the discussions with European leaders.
  • Indian Navy Ship reaches Colombo relief material

    Indian Navy Ship reaches Colombo relief material

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    People are transported on top of an armored personnel carrier on a flooded road as a man pushes his bike through the water, in Bulathsinhala village, in Kalutara, Sri Lanka , on Saturday. Authorities issued fresh evacuation orders for those living downstream of two major rivers, citing a risk of flooding even though the rains had subsided.
  • Pakistan will try live up to expectations against India

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    The match features cricket versus snails. "However, recent history and the depth of the India squad gives it a slight edge over Pakistan heading into the game", Afridi wrote in a column for the International Cricket Council (ICC). In a batsman-heavy side, the big contributor was their best, Tamim Iqbal , who made 128, the highest ever individual score for Bangladesh in the trophy.
  • Explosions kill at least 4 at funeral in Kabul

    Explosions kill at least 4 at funeral in Kabul

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    At least six people have been killed and dozens more wounded in a bombing at a funeral in Kabul . Responding to the deadly truck bombing in Kabul on Wednesday, and Friday's protests and shootings, he said: "Grief can be a powerful motivator and I urge all Afghans and the worldwide community to come together during this painful time".
  • Modi, Macron lay wreath in memory of Indians

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    The ISA is conceived as a coalition of solar resource-rich countries to address their special energy needs and provide a platform to collaborate on dealing with the identified gaps through a common, agreed approach. "It will benefit the future generations as well", PM Modi said. "For us, this is an article of faith", PM Modi said. "Terrorism is one of the biggest challenges the world is facing today", he said.
  • India, France pledge on Paris accord

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    The agreement signed by 195 countries in the French capital in 2015 "can protect future generations and give new hope", the prime minister said. Macron, on his part, said France is committed to fighting climate change. Prior to the visit Mr Modi had already hailed Mr Macron's victory over the far-right as an opportunity to reinforce ties between the two countries nearly 20 years after agreeing in 1998 a strategic partnership.
  • Macron says handshake with Trump 'wasn't innocent'

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    When Trump went in for the handshake, he was met with an unrelenting response, with Trudeau holding his arm steady and firm against any attempted yank. As per reports, during the handshake both the leaders were shared a gaze a little longer than a moment, and was ended when Trump after two attempts were able to disengage himself.
  • Afghanistan cancels Pakistan games after Kabul attack

    Afghanistan cancels Pakistan games after Kabul attack

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    Germany said it had postponed a scheduled deportation flight of rejected Afghan asylum seekers after the attack. President Nazarbayev was deeply saddened by the news of heavy casualties as a result of the terrorist act in the Afghan capital Kabul .
  • Trump's cellphone use worries security experts

    Trump's cellphone use worries security experts

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    It is an "unusual invitation" that breaks diplomatic protocol and raises concerns about the "security and secrecy" of the USA top leader's communications, the Associated Press reported on Tuesday. "He is anxious, his aides say, that he will not be able to keep his Android phone once he gets to the White House and wonders aloud how isolated he will become - and whether he will be able to keep in touch with his friends - without it as president", the newspaper reported at the time.
  • House Intelligence Committee Sends Subpoenas to Intel Agencies, cites ex-Obama Officials

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    Adam Schiff , the top Democrat on the House intelligence committee, told CNN's Wolf Blitzer Thursday. A senior House Republican aide noted Friday that Nunes never promised to "recuse" himself - citing the legal definition of the word - and added that Nunes, who is still the chairman of the House intelligence committee, has a duty to investigate whether United States residents had their names revealed in classified intelligence reports , an issue pushed hard by Trump in response to ...
  • Pentagon chief turns up heat on North Korea and China

    Pentagon chief turns up heat on North Korea and China

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    Mattis in his speech titled "The United States and Asia- Pacific Security" also expressed reservation about Chinese actions that impinge on the interests of the worldwide community. Mount, the Center for American Progress analyst, says the fact that the United States hasn't given North Korea any "red lines" it can not cross means the Kim regime has no reason to stop moving ahead with its nuclear missile program.
  • Three suspects released in Manchester terror probe

    Three suspects released in Manchester terror probe

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    Detectives have confirmed that Abedi, a British Libyan, bought parts for the devastating bomb after arriving back in the United Kingdom but they have been unable to determine whether he acquired parts before he left the United Kingdom for Libya.