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Trump's June 1 speech outlined his conclusions about the trade-offs and data for evaluating them. The thing is, the people of Pittsburgh are going green. Probably - there's overwhelming evidence he's a brazen climate denier - but it'd be nice to get some clarification from the president or someone who can speak on his behalf.
  • China vows to uphold Paris climate deal

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    Most importantly, developing nations abandoned their long-held notion that reducing greenhouse gas emissions was an obligation just for rich countries - the main reason that the George W. 'I was elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris , ' Mr Trump said yesterday. Trump said during his speech on Thursday that the Paris Climate Accord was "the latest example of Washington entering into an agreement that disadvantages the United States ".
  • More Than 1500 Injured in Panic After Soccer Game

    More Than 1500 Injured in Panic After Soccer Game

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    An exciting Champions League final between Juventus and Real Madrid ended up in a mad fight for life as 1500 people were injured after blasts panicked the thousands-strong crowd Saturday night. At a certain point, hundreds ran in a near-stampede from the square's center. "I have got blood on me from the people who fell on top of me, people were screaming, jumping over each other", he told AFPTV.
  • Ariana changed show after speaking to Manchester victim's mother

    Ariana changed show after speaking to Manchester victim's mother

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    She said: "I had the pleasure of meeting Olivia's mummy a few days ago and I started to cry and gave her a big hug and she said stop crying, because Olivia wouldn't have wanted you to cry". "I don't feel or smell or hear or see any fear in this building". "Manchester, I love you with all of my heart", Grande said before the performance, and just after singing " One Last Time " with Miley Cyrus , Pharrell and more of the show's performers standing behind her in solidarity.
  • Trump's tweets on London terror attack strike a combative tone

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    Campaigning will resume Monday for the election Thursday. She also said five credible plots have been disrupted since March. "They are bound together by the single evil ideology of Islamist extremism that preaches hatred, sows division, and promotes sectarianism", she said.
  • Canadian man mows lawn with tornado behind him

    Canadian man mows lawn with tornado behind him

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    The twister touched down a little after 5 p.m.in a field a few kilometres northeast of the town of Three Hills, kicking up a large amount of dirt and dust as it moved east. Wessels later explained the tornado was not as close as it appeared to be in the photo and was moving away from their home at the time . Early reports suggest no injuries or damage from the tornado, which grew from a long line of afternoon storms that swept across the centre of the province.
  • ACP decries withdrawal from climate agreement

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    While the executive branch of the USA government speaks on behalf of our nation in matters of foreign affairs, it does not determine many aspects of whether and how the United States takes action on climate change. Trump's decision means the US will no longer be dropping billions of dollars into the Green Climate Fund . The fund provides billions of dollars to countries striving to meet the Paris climate agreement .
  • Iowa doubles up on top-seeded Houston

    Iowa doubles up on top-seeded Houston

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    One inning-opening blast led to another Sunday night and that ended the Iowa baseball season. Iowa then added two insurance runs in the eighth as Boe and Chris Whelan hit back-to-back RBI singles. The second batter he faced, McCoy, singled. Wong hit another long fly out to center fielder Norman to end the top of the fifth inning with Coldiron, who led off the inning with a double down the right-field line, stranded at third base.
  • Trump slams own Justice Department over travel ban

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    Those court orders blocking the ban are the subject of the administration's plea to the Supreme Court . "A travel ban is cannon fodder for the recruiters, it's the worst thing we can do", said former Secretary of State John Kerry. The administration argues the revised order, issued after an initial January order was struck down by the courts, falls within the president's powers to enact immigration policy.
  • Subpoenas issued for two Trump figures in Congress Russia probe

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    Mueller's separate probe could conceivably look at the circumstances surrounding Comey's firing. Mr. Nunes remains the chairman of the committee but recused himself from the Russian Federation inquiry. The House intelligence committee said Wednesday it is issuing subpoenas for former national security adviser Michael Flynn and President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, as well as their businesses, as part of its investigation into Russian activities during last year's ...
  • Russia's Putin denies having compromising information on Trump

    Russia's Putin denies having compromising information on Trump

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    White House press secretary Sean Spicer was asked Friday if President Trump would invoke executive privilege to prevent Comey from speaking. "You don't do that, I think, by invoking executive privilege on a conversation you had apparently with nobody else in the room", the Missouri Republican said.