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Youth climate strike: Students around the world skip class to protest, demand tough action on climate change

From the South Pacific on the edge of the Arctic Circle, students mobilized by social media and word of mouth skipped Friday's lesson to protest against what they believe is the inability of their governments to take tough action against warming global. The rallies have been one of the biggest international actions yet, involving hundreds of thousands of students in …

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Ethiopian air crash investigators begin black box analysis | World news

Air Force investigators began analyzing the black box data logger from Ethiopian Airlines flight 302, including reports that the air wreck suggested similarities to a previous disaster involving the Boeing 737 Max jet. [19659002] air and air traffic control, in which the pilot is said to have asked in a panic tone to go back three minutes in the flight, …

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U.S. officials say massive smuggling effort is speeding immigrants to — and across — the southern border

Nick Miroff Reporter in charge of immigration control, drug trafficking and national security March 15 at 12:20 PM Criminal organizations in Mexico set up a profitable new operation of smuggling that uses express buses to deliver the Guatemalan migrant families to the US border in a few days, making the journey faster, easier and safer, according to reports from the …

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US energy capital became a battleground this week over Nord Stream 2

"It was not prosecuted by the state, it was pursued by companies, and it had economic advantages because it is what companies like," he said. U.S. The deputy energy secretary Dan Brouillette rejected this request. The Russian partner Gazprom is controlled by the state and started the project on behalf of Moscow, he said. "This is not a purely private …

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Boeing shares rise on report 737 Max fix could be sooner than expected

Joshua Roberts | Reuters An American Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 flight from Los Angeles landed at Reagan National Airport shortly after the FAA announced that the planes had been rooted in the United States in Washington on March 13 2019. Boeing shares improved on Friday after a report according to which the aircraft manufacturer plans to implement a software …

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Renaud Camus’s ideas may have inspired Christchurch mosque slayings in New Zealand

James McAuley Foreign correspondent focusing on French and European politics and culture March 15 at 10:42 PARIS – Before the deadly shootings on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, one of the suspects involved – a 28-year-old self-styled "normal white man from a normal family" – published a 74-page manifesto on Twitter. The sprawling and angry text sheds light on …

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Facebook live shooting video has social media companies scrambling

One of the shooters appears to have livestreamed the attack on Facebook ( FB ) . The disturbing video, which was not verified by CNN, worked for almost 17 minutes and presumably shows the armed man entering a mosque and opening fire. "The New Zealand police warned us of a video on Facebook shortly after the live stream began we …

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China’s new foreign investment law may not be enough for US trade deal

Following the growing frustration of foreign companies about their ability to compete fairly with Chinese companies, the United States and China have become embroiled in commercial tensions last year. Under US President Donald Trump, the rhetoric on spitting initially focused on the American trade deficit with China. This resulted in the application of customs duties for $ 250 billion of …

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