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Paris protests open up rift on American left, spark U.S. climate change debate

Breaking News Email Receive urgent alerts and special reports. The news and stories that count, delivered on weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Dec. 11, 2018 / 9:24 AM GMT by Benjy Sarlin WASHINGTON – With the support of the progressive elected Republican Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, activists have stormed the Congress in last weeks with rallies calling for radical actions to prevent a climate …

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5 Missing Marines Declared Dead After a Collision Off Japan

(TOKYO) – The US military declared on Tuesday that five missing crew members were declared dead after their refueling aircraft collided with a fighter jet last week off the coast southern coasts of Japan, and that the search and recovery operations have been stopped. The five were on a Hercules KC-130 refueling aircraft that clashed last Thursday with a F …

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Five Marines Declared Dead After Aviation Disaster

TOKYO – Five US marines were reported dead on Tuesday, six days after missing when two planes crashed off the coast of Japan during a routine workout. The deaths follow a growing number of recent American military incidents, including two deadly clashes involving American warships in 2017, and will likely make the spotlight on the country's military operations in Asia …

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One suspected driver of the ‘caravan’: climate change

What he saw in the transmissions were the visions of hell. Families jump from bridges, are kidnapped along dusty roads, dodging tear gas cannons fired by the police from the richest nations. How can it be? He kept scanning, hoping to find it, hoping not to. He had asked Germán Ramírez not to go, but his 30-year-old husband had his …

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U.S. to Return Church Bells Seized From the Philippines

(MANILA, Philippines) – Three church bells seized by American troops as war trophies more than a century ago arrived in Manila on Tuesday to be returned to the Philippines in a long-demand move by Filipino leaders, including current president, who is critical of Washington and has approached China. A representative of the Defense Secretary James Mattis will hand over the …

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The global turmoil Trump fueled is poised to haunt him

Pandemonium in Washington, London, Paris and Berlin is breeding the kind of uncertainty that investors and markets abhor, just at this time fears are growing by a global economic slowdown and the end of an upward rush of years. Any sign that the economy is losing strength and that the decade of recovery from the most recent financial crisis is …

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U.S., China Kick Off a New Round of Trade Talks

WASHINGTON-The United States and China have embarked on the last round of trade negotiations with a phone call involving Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, US trade representative Robert Lighthizer and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He. The three senior officials discussed Chinese product purchases and changes to key Chinese economic policies during the phone call, said that people are familiar with the …

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Huawei Finance Chief Won’t Be a Flight Risk, Her Lawyer Says

VANCOUVER, the head of finance at British Columbia-Huawei Technologies Co. will not be a risk of escape pending a decision on his extradition to the United States, his attorney said at a 'hearing for bail here on Monday . But the judicial process ended without a decision, delaying for now if Meng Wanzhou can go free waiting for a separate …

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