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The bulk of the decisions which drive US climate action in the aggregate are made by cities, states, businesses and civil society. The nonpartisan U.S. Trump said it was his solemn duty to protect "America and its citizens" and that the USA would "withdraw from the Paris climate accord , but begin negotiations to re-enter the Paris accord or a new transaction on terms that are fair to the United States ".
  • Champions Trophy: India set Pakistan formidable 324 to win

    Champions Trophy: India set Pakistan formidable 324 to win

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    India's formidable batting line-up lived up to the expectations as the team piled up 319 runs in 48 overs of the rain-curtailed Champions Trophy match against Pakistan in Birmingham on Sunday. There were times when Pakistan's bowlers, Wahab apart, maintained the disciplined line and length needed on a good batting pitch. Both batsmen reached fifty in style, Sharma smearing Shadab Khan for six and Dhawan taking three consecutive fours off the wayward Wahab.
  • Sigmar Gabriel plays down spat between Merkel and Trump

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    Trump on Tuesday called Germany's trade and military spending policies " very bad " for the U.S. as tensions between him and Merkel increased, Xinhua news agency reported . Speaking at a beer hall rally in Munich on Sunday, Merkel suggested that the era when Europe could rely on the United States may be coming to an end and that the continent "really must take our fate into our own hands".
  • Police make 12 arrests in connection with London attack: Statement

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    BTP said extra police would be patrolling stations in London and the South East in the wake of the attacks, with armed officers at stations. Boats on the River Thames helped evacuate the area, which is popular with tourists. "I want to know if this girl is still alive". I was surprised by the number of couples walking hand in hand. "I like learning about something before I talk", Mattis said.
  • We'll always have Paris: Trump should keep his promise

    We'll always have Paris: Trump should keep his promise

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    The UN chief also said that he will work with UN Member States to mobilise national and worldwide resources for adaptation, resilience, and the implementation of national climate action plans, and called for new and strengthened partnerships, including with the private sector and through North-South, South-South and triangular cooperation.
  • White House Will No Longer Take Questions About Trump And Russia

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    In a statement released Wednesday, the first lady says that "as a mother, a wife and a human being, that photo is very disturbing". "We're focused on the president's agenda, and going forward all questions on these matters will go toward outside counsel, Marc Kasowitz", Spicer said during an off-camera briefing.
  • Turkey Summons US Ambassador Over Brawl in DC

    Turkey Summons US Ambassador Over Brawl in DC

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    The Turkish foreign ministry said the U.S. ambassador was given a " written and verbal protest " against actions said to be " contrary to diplomatic rules and practices ". 'We are communicating our concern to the Turkish government in the strongest possible terms, ' said Heather Nauert , a State Department spokeswoman.
  • Cyclone Mora batters Bangladesh coastline

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    The powerful storm made landfall around 6 a.m.in Kutubdia, near the fishing port of Cox's Bazar , the Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD) said. A tropical storm lashed southern Bangladesh on Tuesday, destroying hundreds of poorly built homes in some remote islands in the Bay of Bengal, officials said.
  • Iraqi Shiite militias take Baaj town west of Mosul from ISIL

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    He said in a statement that the PMF and the Iraqi people celebrated the liberation of al-Baaj, calling the operation to free this border area with Syria "a great achievement". Three bombers attacked army positions in Al Shifa district, north-west of Mosul , killing 12 soldiers and injuring four others, Lieutenant Ali Al Karbalai with the Rapid Response Forces told Anadolu Agency on Sunday.
  • Al Gore's 'Inconvenient Sequel' Final Cut to Make Trump Bigger Villain

    Al Gore's 'Inconvenient Sequel' Final Cut to Make Trump Bigger Villain

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    Trump has several options, climate experts said . The updated version will now include U.S. President Donald Trump's Thursday exit from the Paris Climate Accord , expanding Trump's antagonist screen presence in the film. A formal withdrawal would take years, experts say, a situation that led the president of the European Commission to speak dismissively of Trump on Wednesday.