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No pressure for Champions Trophy clash against India: Sarfraz Ahmed

No pressure for Champions Trophy clash against India: Sarfraz Ahmed

England have made the final of the Champions Trophy on two occasions, both times ending up as the bridesmaid and not the bride. England's biggest strength, apart from their new-found philosop...

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Defiant US governors vow to uphold climate pact

The U.S. Conference of Mayors said it strongly opposed Trump's action and vowed to continue efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions blamed for global warming. According to the rules of the agre...

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Germany not mulling sanctions against USA after Trump's climate pact withdrawal

The EU and China moved Friday to fill the leadership void on the Paris climate pact after President Donald Trump pulled the U.S. out of the deal, triggering a furious global backlash. European Commi...

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EU, China reaffirm support for climate pact

Now that he's chose to do it, many are voicing their displeasure. But he did not go as far as other mayors in resisting Trump's decision; he declined to endorse his area Thursday to the Paris Agreeme...

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Merkel: no turning back from historic Paris climate pact

He made the announcement yesterday. "Bravo", another tweeted. "I couldn't have said it any better". May's reluctance to come down strong on Trump suggests that with Brexit negotiations drawing...

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OneLogin hit by major data breach

OneLogin hit by major data breach

The breach affects all customers "in the US data region", but it's unclear how long the sensitive information was available. The cloud single sign-on provider counts over 2,000 companies, including ...

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Billionaire Bloomberg pledges $15 million to United Nations for climate change

Hillary Clinton, Trump's opponent in last year's White House race, called the decision to pull out a "historic mistake". Besides, India has already embarked on a massive renewable energy programme i...

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United States adds fewer jobs than expected

But the rate declined mainly because people stopped looking for work last month and so were no longer counted as unemployed. Federal Reserve officials have said they believe the slowdown was tempora...

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USA businesses at odds with Trump over pullout from Paris accord

With Trump's action, the United States will walk away from almost every nation in the world on one of the pressing global issues of the 21st century. "It may increase the uncertainty as to the direc...

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Statement from Congressman Jim Himes on Trump abandoning Paris Climate Agreement

In a nod to Trump's bravado about USA power, Macron reassured Americans that "the world believes in you". President Emmanuel Macron said he respected Trump's decision, but characterized it as ...

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Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe blasts Trump over climate pact withdrawal

Trump claimed the agreement would cost the USA $3 trillion in lost GDP and 6.5 million jobs . "He's wrong on the science", Brown said . " Trump is AWOL but California is on the field, ready for ba...

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Tokyo's Nikkei closes above 20000 points, at 22-month high

The small-cap Russell 2000 index added 22 points, or 1.7 percent, to 1,392, still shy of the record high it set April 26. A monthly report by the payroll processor ADP showed earlier that the USA pr...

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Hitman Getting New Content For June, Despite Doubts Regarding Series Future

Hitman Getting New Content For June, Despite Doubts Regarding Series Future

Despite the bad situation that is going through with the team of IO Interactive, which is now for sale and plagued by layoffs, tomorrow, June 2 , the first new content will arrive already. However, w...

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Top American executives slam Donald Trump's withdrawal from Paris accord

In his memo to employees, Cook said he spoke to Trump on Tuesday to try to persuade him to keep the U.S.in the Paris deal. Downing Street said: "President Trump called the prime minister this evenin...

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Tropical depression forms in Pacific near southern Mexico

Tropical depression forms in Pacific near southern Mexico

As of 06:00 UTC Beatriz has weakened and is moving slowly inland at a speed of 6 miles per hour (9 km/hr). Downpours were also expected in southeast Campeche and central Puebla, with heavy rain in s...

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Paris climate pact not tough on India, so Trump pulls out!

The president said the USA will go through negotiations to get Americans a better deal and possibly re-enter the Paris accord, but there are no guarantees. While travelling overseas last week, Trump w...

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OnePlus 5 New Poster Leaks; Smartphone To Release This Month

Recently, one of company's key officials also dismissed the rumours of OnePlus ditching the 3.5mm headphone and confirmed that the flagship phone will come with the 3.5mm headphone jack and a front-pl...

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Microsoft accidentally released internal Windows 10 development builds

Microsoft accidentally released internal Windows 10 development builds

If a mobile device has downloaded the build not installed it, users will see a "Install" or "Restart now" button under Phone update. Invoke is a powered by Cortana with 360-degree speakers, Skype ...

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Elon Musk quits Trump's advisory councils after US withdraws from climate accord

He praised Mr Trump's appointment of former Exxon Mobil head Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State because Mr Tillerson said he believed climate change is real and he also supported a carbon tax o...

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Trump withdrawal from climate deal gets mixed response from U.S. companies

President Donald Trump announced his decision to leave the accord in the White House Rose Garden Thursday afternoon - following days of speculation about whether he would actually back out of th...

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Trudeau tells Trump Canada is disappointed by withdrawal from Paris climate deal

TRT World's Azadeh Ansari reports . The US accounts for more than 15 percent of total worldwide greenhouse gas emissions, second only to China. Therefore it can not be renegotiated based on the ...

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NY unites with California, Washington to honor Paris climate deal

NY unites with California, Washington to honor Paris climate deal

Exxon CEO Darren Woods wrote Trump a personal letter earlier this month asking him to remain in the pact, saying it ensures the U.S.is "well positioned to compete". "And climate change is making weath...

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Tim Cook Sends Memo To Apple Staff Condemning Departure From Paris Agreement

Tim Cook Sends Memo To Apple Staff Condemning Departure From Paris Agreement

By withdrawing from the global climate pact, Trump fulfilled a campaign promise that his base supported; however, his decision was nearly universally rejected by world leaders. Can any global ...

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USA quits Paris climate pact; allies voice dismay

Chevron spokeswoman Melissa Ritchie said her company "supports continuing with the Paris Agreement as it offers a first step towards a global framework". Scientists say Earth is likely to reach more r...

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World leaders accuse Trump of turning his back on the planet

Cities will lead the way. During Trump's speech, the faint sounds of protesters could be heard in the distance banging drums. "What should concern us is refusing to face up to problems and not knowing...

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Pittsburgh mayor 'appalled' at Trump using city to justify Paris move

For example, California Governor Brown has pledged that his state (standing alone, one of the world's largest economies) will cooperate with other nations, including China , in the development and im...

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Australia committed to Paris deal despite Trump's withdrawal: minister

In Kenney's statement , he also reminded Philadelphians that the city has a guide for residents to take action against climate change , too, which will be updated "to reflect the White House decis...

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Trump pulls US out of global climate change accord

Ford spokeswoman Christin Baker said Thursday the No.2 USA automaker believes " climate change is real, and remain deeply committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in our vehicles and our faci...

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World reacts to USA withdrawal from Paris Agreement

Or he could invoke a more dramatic option and choose to pull the USA out of both the Paris accord and the larger United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, which the US ratified in 1992 un...

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Trade unions oppose move to privatise Air India

Trade unions oppose move to privatise Air India

Niti Aayog Chairman Arvind Panagariya while addressing the media today said that his organisation has given the Centre four options open before it regarding the debt-ridden Public Sector Undertaki...

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Paris climate pact can't be renegotiated: UNFCCC

His predecessor, Barack Obama , expressed regret over the pullout from a deal he was instrumental in brokering. Trump left open the prospect that he'll ultimately take a similar approach to the ...

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Potential Changes In Trump Administration's Communications Approach

Comey is expected to appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee, which is investigating possible connections between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation during last year's presidential elec...

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NASA's Solar Probe Will 'Touch The Sun' From 4 Million Miles Away

NASA's Solar Probe Will 'Touch The Sun' From 4 Million Miles Away

Parker also theorized an explanation for the superheated solar atmosphere, the corona , which is - contrary to what was expected by physics laws - hotter than the surface of the sun itself. The p...

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Chris Woakes injury mars England's win in Champions Trophy opener

That is when Joe Root and Alex Hales brought the chase back on track with classy knocks, Hales was dismissed for 95. England's number three battled cramp to anchor a tricky 300-plus run chase,...

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Trump and Hillary trade jabs in Twitter skirmish

The U.S. intelligence community has concluded that Russian Federation attempted to interfere in the election in an effort to get Trump elected, though there so far has been no evidence of collusion wi...

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