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Trump administration resists global climate efforts at home and overseas

Darryl Fears Reporter focusing on the Chesapeake Bay and wildlife issues December 9 at 7:31 The United States has joined a controversial proposal from Saudi Arabia and Russia this weekend to weaken a reference to a key report on the severity of global warming, which strengthens the battle lines at the world climate summit in Poland, aimed at gaining consensus …

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Chile declines to sign U.N. pact, says migration not a human right: report

SANTIAGO (Reuters) – Chile has become the last country to emerge from a controversial UN migration treaty, has indicated its internal ministry, provoking anger among the opposition parties that have accused the government of a "shameful and authoritarian" behavior by Sebastian Pinera. PHOTO FILE: A Haitian immigrant walks in front of a banner that reads "All the immigrants is my …

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Reporter’s Notebook: Riots in Paris streets ahead of Macron address

PARIS – France has once again been hit by violence, anti-government protesters fight the police and cause damage in the heart of Paris and elsewhere. About 2,000 people have been arrested, a record in the history of France for a day. 264 wounded, including 39 policemen. This is the fourth week of the protests and follows another weekend of violence …

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is facing backlash for celebrating Myanmar

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey recently visited Pyin Oo Lwin, Myanmar, for his birthday, to attend a 10-day silent meditation retreat in Vipassana. Since then, it was posting photos and detailed descriptions of his trip on Twitter, encouraging other people to go there if possible. Now Dorsey is facing a reaction contrary to his allegedly ignorant promotion of Myanmar, where social …

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Jamal Khashoggi’s last words disclosed in transcript, source says

The source, who read a translated transcript of an audio recording of the last painful moments of Khashoggi, said it was clear that the murder of October 2 was not an attempt at deceitful surrender but execution of a premeditated plan to assassinate the journalist. During the gruesome scene, the source describes Khashoggi fighting a group of people who decided …

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U.S. Maintains Hard Line as Details Emerge in Trade Truce With China

Trump's chief executive officer on trade negotiations between the United States and China said the United States would maintain the 90-day deadline for the conclusion of a lasting agreement, adding that the United States would impose punitive duties on Chinese imports if they were not achieved. "If there is an agreement to be made, we will succeed." The president wants …

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John Kelly’s exit raises concerns about White House future

The departure of the White House chief of staff John Kelly John Francis KellyMORE is raising concerns about how the White House will face potential legal and political challenges in 2019. Kelly, who was thought to bring order to an often chaotic White House, leave the Western wing as a special adviser Robert Mueller Robert Swan MuellerSasse: the United States …

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