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Methane hydrates can withstand enormous pressure and extreme cold temperatures, and that is exactly what the situation was during the Ice Age , but the sudden collapse of ice sheets created a way for the methane to be released. Now, they realize that Arctic regions are ideal for methane hydrates to form. Ice sheets consistently covered the hydrates, and the warming of oceanic waters caused the sheets to melt, allowing the methane to expand without reducing the pressure exerted by the ...
  • Terror attack on London Bridge leaves 6 dead; police shoot 3

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    My thoughts are with the victims and their families. Forty-eight people have been taken to hospital after a terror attack in central London in which six people died, the London Ambulance Service said Sunday. "It looked to me that the van was aiming at the people". People outdoors were told by yelling officers to run from the area amid chaotic scenes. People react as police attend to an incident near London Bridge in London .
  • Two-goal Ronaldo fires Real to 12th European title

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    On a wonderful evening in Cardiff , the Spaniards did it again - beating Juventus 4-1 in the Champions League final to collect their 12th European Cup and become the first team in 27 years to retain the trophy. He scored only nine goals for Madrid this season, with his last goal coming in a Spanish league game against Villarreal in February. "I can't say whether I'll stay for the rest of my life but I'm so grateful for the club for everything it has given me", Zidane told a news conference.
  • Trump Attacks India While Pulling US Out of Paris Climate Deal

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    Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg will commit up to $15 million in support of a United Nations program that helps countries implement their commitments under the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change. The Centre for Science and Environment here said Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris deal was a "death knell" for the climate agreement. "We're going to do everything America would have done if it had stayed committed", the former New York City mayor with an estimated worth ...
  • Bixby bailout: Samsungers bailing on lame-duck assistant

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    In an unexpected move, Samsung has released a limited-edition " Pirates of the Caribbean "-themed Galaxy S8 in China". Samsung will be finally adding the fingerprint sensor to the Galaxy J (2017) series, and it will be integrated into the home button of the phone, same as other Samsung smartphones.
  • Catfish! And Hagelin in Pens lineup for Game 3

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    He's nearly certainly taking his 4.71 goals-against average and.778 save percentage in the first two games back to the crease tonight. The Preds' biggest challenge will be solving Penguins' goalie Matt Murray . "Every time the Preds score at a home game, they play Tim McGraw on the jumbotron singing, 'I Like It, I Love It, '" said Bobby Cutshaw, a local musician who's lived in Nashville for 16 years.
  • Big US companies stay on White House panel despite climate jolt

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    The accord also aims to curb man-made greenhouse gas emissions to levels that the forests and oceans of the world can naturally absorb, however there is nearly zero effort outside the western world to prevent the pollution of the oceans and deforestation, with third world nations being the worst offenders.
  • Climate change undeniable: United Nations chief after US' withdrawal

    Climate change undeniable: United Nations chief after US' withdrawal

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    But there is one way the U.S can exit quickly - by bailing out of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), the underlying structure that facilitates worldwide cooperation on climate change. The US withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement is a huge talking point around the world, and it's particularly dominating Chinese social media.
  • Halos raise likelihood of life on Mars

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    The ancient lake that existed for a long time inside the Gale Crater on Mars over three billion years ago had stable environmental conditions, and its stratified nature meant those conditions changed with depth. Halos discovered on Mars lengthen the time frame for the possible existence of life on the Red Planet, says an global group of scientists from the United States, United Kingdom, France, Canada, Russia and Denmark.
  • Injured tally from Turin stampede rises to 1000

    Injured tally from Turin stampede rises to 1000

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    An explosion has been reported in Turin, where thousands of people are now gathered following tonight's Champions League final . Fans started running out of the area, screaming in fear and all of it created an absolute mayhem. Witnesses reported hearing a loud sound that sparked the alarm. It has also been reported that a railing at the top of a stairwell leading to an underground vehicle park gave way, causing people to run to safety.
  • White House Just Won't Say If Trump Believes in Climate Change

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    The 1997 legally binding climate treaty that made it mandatory for industrialised countries to reduce their carbon emissions by specified amounts while developing countries had no obligations instead addressing developmental needs was their "overwhelming priority".
  • Ronaldo helps Real Madrid become 1st team to retain CL title

    Ronaldo helps Real Madrid become 1st team to retain CL title

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    Zinedine Zidane insisted he is not the best coach in the world after claiming back-to-back Champions League titles, though the Real Madrid boss did confirm he will remain at the club next season. Substitute Marco Asensio then grabbed Real's fourth in stoppage time to cap off a commanding performance. But today we can say we are a very good team , and we deserved to win La Liga and the Champions League.