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But hang on, there is one poll that might give Mr Trump reason to think he's onto a victor: while Americans believe climate change is happening, many of them don't believe it will happen to them . I don't even know what it means to deny the climate. In his two-minute speech , Pruitt said "you" 21 times, but "Paris" just three. Their conversation was strictly confined to whether the Paris Climate Accord is good for the country.
  • Sushma slams Trump's billion-dollar charge made while exiting Paris accord

    Sushma slams Trump's billion-dollar charge made while exiting Paris accord

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    Supporting Prime Minister Narendra Modi's take on protection of the environment, Swaraj said "It is a 5,000-year-old tradition to protect and worship the nature". She also said that the government simplified passport rules that resulted in 50 per cent increase in applications. "Our officials have also had talks with theirs on many occasions".
  • Police identify gunman in Manila casino attack

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    The family admitted Carlos became despondent because of his gambling losses, Albayalde said. The identification of the attacker as Jessie Javier Carlos, a Catholic, proves that claims of responsibility by the Islamic State group for Friday's attack were false, President Rodrigo Duterte and police said.
  • Daesh Claims Responsibility for London Terror Attack

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    If someone feels they can't control a situation, or can't escape it, freezing is more likely, he said. Simon Tucker wrote: "Heard this in the Dagenham area at around 4:15 am". One witness, Will Heaven, told Sky News he saw people who had been struck and at least one of them was placed inside an ambulance. The officers were believed to be in the Met and City of London forces.
  • Dakota Access Pipeline Starts Shipping Oil

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    The pipeline , along with the corresponding Energy Transfer Crude Oil Pipeline, runs more than 1,100 miles from the Bakken region through North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and IL. The Army Corps of Engineers rejected the previously approved pipeline in December during former President Barack Obama's final month in office. Four Sioux tribes are now suing to shut down the line.
  • Putin: US hackers could have framed Russian Federation

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin says he hardly spoke with former USA national security adviser Michael Flynn when they sat together at a Moscow dinner in 2015, according to U.S. The leader suggested that hackers from other nations "very skillfully and professionally shifted the blame onto Russian Federation". The interview was taped on Friday in St.
  • 4 nations cut diplomatic ties to Qatar as Gulf rift deepens

    4 nations cut diplomatic ties to Qatar as Gulf rift deepens

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    Four Arab nations have cut diplomatic ties to Qatar - here's what you need to know. Trump and other U.S. officials participated in a traditional sword dance during the trip in which he called on Muslim countries to stand united against Islamist extremists and singled out Iran as a key source of funding and support for militant groups.
  • Putin angrily denies election hacking in Megyn Kelly interview

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    Prior to this panel, Putin remarked on Thursday that perhaps unaffiliated hackers might be tampering with democratic elections across the world, but still-Russia has had nothing to do with it. "I want to say that Russian Federation is developing along a democratic path". In March, then-FBI Director James Comey revealed to the House Intelligence Committee that the FBI was probing whether anyone associated with Trump's 2016 presidential campaign was involved in the Russian hacking.
  • Turkey says didn't allow German MPs to visit Incirlik Air Base

    Turkey says didn't allow German MPs to visit Incirlik Air Base

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    Speaking to Germany's Bild am Sonntag daily, Gabriel indicated that Turkey has the right to bring its concerns about PKK activities to the agenda. Germany outlawed the PKK in 1993, but authorities have been reluctant to take strong measures against propaganda, funding and recruitment activities of the group, which is also listed as a terrorist organization by the European Union and the U.S.
  • Russia says North Korea nukes are a 'direct threat'

    Russia says North Korea nukes are a 'direct threat'

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    North Korea slammed the "mean" sanctions and instead vowed to press ahead with its missile and nuclear weapons programs. The North Korea's foreign ministry spokesman was quoted by KCNA news agency as responding to the United Nations' sanctions resolution.
  • Mattis: US and allies 'don't scare' in face of IS attacks

    Mattis: US and allies 'don't scare' in face of IS attacks

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    U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Monday China should do more on the issue of North Korea, which has stepped up its nuclear and missile programmes in defiance of U.S. Police say three men drove a van over London Bridge on Saturday and struck pedestrians before crashing the vehicle outside a pub. The attackers, wielding blades and knives, ran to nearby Borough Market and stabbed people in several different restaurants.
  • Paris didn't hold India, China accountable on Carbon dioxide emissions: White House

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    May's said she spoke to Trump by phone "and told him that the U.K. believes in the Paris agreement and that we didn't want the United States to leave the Paris agreement". "This president has said that we truly need an all-of-the-above approach", Pruitt said. Zhan said how Trump's decision would impact others still depended on whether other countries would follow suit, adding, most countries had already adopted policies pertaining to the Paris accord.