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France's Fabius confused by Trump statements on climate

The Republican president-elect told the New York Times Tuesday that perhaps humans are to blame for the rising temperatures that are melting polar ice caps and have been linked to extreme weather around the world. However, Trump may have to rethink his decision. "They are moving forward because consumers are demanding it, people are demanding it", Ban said.

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Indina Army hits back, 7 Pakistani dead, DGMOs hold discussion

He said Pakistan had exercised maximum restraint despite the continuing ceasefire violations by India along LoC and urged the global community to take notice of civilians and Pakistani soldiers being deliberately targeted by the Indian forces.

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Autumn Statement 2016: Salary sacrifice use restricted

Pension contributions aren't affected and it is likely the government is concerned about the impact scrapping pension contribution salary-sacrifice will have on auto-enrolment take up. Old Mutual Wealth pension spokesman Jon Greer agreed. Dyer said implementing the changes next April meant providers and employers would have comparatively little time to comply.

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IPhone 8: Glass design aimed at supporting wireless charging

Earlier this month, KGI Securities superstar Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that Apple is going to release three iPhone models next year , including a premium priced 5.8-inch Apple iPhone 8 that will pack an OLED screen and contain all the bells and whistles expected of a device commemorating a decade of the Apple iPhone.

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United Nations chief asks developed countries to deliver on climate pledge

On Thursday, China's special representative for climate change said his nation would continue to carry out climate-friendly policies no matter what course the U.S. "World is going ahead with Paris Agreement ", he said. "We the Developed Country Parties reaffirm our Dollars $100 billion mobilisation goal and call for further climate action and support, well in advance of 2020, taking into account the specific needs and special circumstances of developing countries, the least developed ...

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Americans hitting roads for busy Thanksgiving holiday

Gas prices in OH have risen 12.1 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.08 Sunday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 5,345 gas outlets in Ohio. Officials with the Pennsylvania Turnpike are also gearing up for what they're calling the "busiest travel time of the year". Thanksgiving air travel nationwide is expected to rise 1.6 percent, to 3.7 million travelers.

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UK Follows China Lead to Ratify Paris Climate Deal

It depends on how much", President-elect Trump said Tuesday in a meeting with New York Times reporters, columnists and editors. And now President-elect Donald Trump seems to be changing his tune on climate change. "The disaster that Donald Trump represents for the climate can not be understated", Jamie Henn, a spokesman for 350.org, an environmental advocacy group, told CNN last week .

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Putin Shows No Signs Of Slowing Down During Trump Presidency

Trump had maintained that, if elected, his administration would establish strong working relationship with Russian Federation and President Putin in order to resolve main global problems, particularly the threat of Daesh terrorism and the Syrian crisis.

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Lakers' Russell out 2 weeks, has PRP injection in sore knee

It seemed like the ideal feel-good story for Young, who already experienced a resurgence under Lakers coach Luke Walton with an elevated role, elevated defense and elevated shooting. "It's more odd tonight than it was in L.A., walking into this building, pulling up on a bus, seeing the fans, seeing some of the same security guards, being in the other locker room", Walton said.

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Do Trump's climate comments signal United States will remain in Paris accord?

Of course, it should be considered that much of the progress toward accomplishing these goals depend on the help of richer nations. Even leaders like Vladimir Putin of Russian Federation and Kim Jong Un of North Korea have acknowledged the problem of global warming.

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Pokemon Sun/Moon Will Be Coming To The Nintendo Switch

They will be able to pick up a copy of Pokemon X or Y, the pair of all-new entries released before Sun and Moon , for only $20 each , according to Nintendo Everything. The hype train has finally arrived at its destination, as Pokemon Sun and Moon were finally released early Friday morning. Yet soon after, Nintendo also launched another pair set of monster-collecting RPGs for 3DS - the Yo-Kai Watch 2.

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Pokemon Stars Is the Nintendo Switch's Pokemon Sun and Moon

The idea of making a third core generation Pokemon game was left behind after Pokemon Platinum , but Game Freak is bringing it back and for the first time, it will release on a console. In spite of that, another mythical Pokemon will soon be introduced to the new Nintendo 3DS games. Some people out there are big fans of the Pokemon series.

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Google Cast branding on third-party devices is now 'Chromecast built

So any television set, pair of speakers, or an Android TV set-top box that supports casting from a mobile device will be easily decipherable. On November 22, the Google Cast account on Twitter was reverted to Chromecast . The app was " Chromecast ", then changed to " Google Cast " to coincide with the third-party device launch. Will it change names again soon? On one level the move makes sense because so many people are familiar with what a Chromecast is.

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Target Black Friday Doorbuster deals revealed, huge savings on tech

Sites such as Amazon and eBay have been favourites for Australians looking for a deal, offering up discounts on big-ticket items. However, as research shows that online shopping is increasing impulse buying, consumerism, and our waste during the holiday season , it is not.

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I am an economic nationalist: Trump's chief strategist

Trump intends to take our country". During his conversation with the Times , Trump denied that Bannon was a part of the white nationalist movement. The Democrats had lost their relationship to reality. A rally tookplace in downtown Los Angeles Wednesday to protest the appointment of Breitbart News chairman Steve Bannon as President-elect Donald J.

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Tensions soar as Indian fire hits bus in Kashmir, killing 10

Two other civilians reportedly died when a mortar shell hit their house in Nakyal sector in Kotli district of PoK. The Indian Army on Wednesday launched a counter attack on Pakistan posts along the Line of Control (LoC) - a day after three Indian soldiers were killed and a soldier's body mutilated -even as Pakistani troops continued to violate the ceasefire.

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Apple to launch iPad Air 3 in March 2017

Apple fans may have been disappointed past year, since the company did not run its annual Black Friday event. If you'd rather pay a bit more upfront in order to get an even better value iPhone 7 deal , this one should suit you nicely.

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Cambodia ratifies Paris climate accord

Mr Trump's notoriety as a climate change denier dates back to 2012 when he said in a tweet: "The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make USA manufacturing non-competitive". But, in light of Donald Trump being elected President, Chinese officials have since responded to Trump's accusation. Most of the delegates, business leaders, activists and scientists who descended on Morocco's "red city" to chart a course for climate action are on their way home.

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Government limits tax-efficient salary sacrifice arrangements

In the March Budget, then chancellor George Osborne flagged the government's concerns over the rapid growth of salary sacrifice schemes, highlighting the fact that clearance requests for such arrangements from employers to HM Revenue & Customs are up by more than 30 per cent since 2010.

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Best Weather Satellite Ever Launched: How It Will Save Lives

The technology gathers three times more data, and four times higher resolution pictures of weather changes in the Western Hemisphere. GOES-R is heading to a geostationary orbit, meaning it will orbit at the same speed as the earth, allowing it to focus on one spot, all the time.

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Arsenal vs PSG: Edinson Cavani escapes red card after PUNCHING Aaron Ramsey

Both Arsenal and PSG now have 10 points in the table and both already qualified for the next round but the Gunners lead on goal difference. Should Arsenal defeat FC Basel in Switzerland on matchday six, they must hope for a PSG slip-up when they host Ludogorets to be any hope of claiming top spot in Group A.

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Chamber to hold tree-lighting ceremony

Guerriero says each year the celebration has taken on added energy. Mayor Percy Bland will preside over the annual City of Meridian Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at 5:30 p.m. At 6 p.m., the lights will brighten up the evening by illuminating the entire park. Choose and cut White Fir, Concolor Fir, Canaan Fir, Douglas Fir, Eastern White Pine, Scotch Pine; precut, Nordman Fir, Noble Fir; wreaths, roping, decorations, shaking, bagging, drilling and baled available, free hot coffee and hot ...

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Trump Administration May Cut NASA Research On Earth Science

By comparison, space exploration has been scaled back somewhat, with a proposed budget of $2.8bn in 2017. As space exploration spending is reeled in, climate research has been allowed to grow, and NASA has been able to provide more accurate and updated information about our planet's health than ever before.

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Telangana CM's sprawling new bungalow will have bathrooms fitted with bulletproof glass

It is designed just like to be a fortress. Different rituals like "Daiva Pravesam" would be performed as part of the "Griha Pravesam" ceremony, the sources said. The report further said that metal detectors have been installed at the gates and visiting persons will have to deposit their metal belongings at the gate before entering the house.

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Voting for the first-ever Steam Awards has begun

Instead, these awards range from highly subjective ( the "I'm Not Crying, There's Something In My Eye" award , the "Whoooaaaaaaa, dude!" award ) to oddly specific ( the "Villain Most In Need Of A Hug" award , the "Best Use of a Farm Animal" award ).

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United States cargo ship prepares for fire experiment

Understanding how fire spreads in a microgravity environment is critical to the safety of astronauts who live and work in space, according to NASA . Orbital ATK engineers will remotely conduct this experiment from the ground once Cygnus departs the International Space Station .

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Breath of the Wild Release Date Sighted

The pressure is on for Nintendo to deliver quality by testing and ironing out the kinks. Although " The Legend of Zelda : A Link to the Past" is the third Zelda series, this action-adventure video game was a hit and even considered to be one the greatest video games of all time.

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Online ad exchange AppNexus cuts off Breitbart

Advertising companies like AppNexus sell digital ad campaigns to advertisers and then place the ads on sites that are part of the network. "We did a human audit of Breitbart and determined there were enough articles and headlines that cross that line, using either coded or overt language", AppNexus spokesperson Joshua Zeitz explained.

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Faintest satellite galaxy of Milky Way discovered

The team's discovery is part of the ongoing Subaru Strategic Survey using Hyper Suprime-Cam. According to the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ), Virgo 1 may be the most obscure satellite galaxy scientists have discovered by now.

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Tidal Sued for Pregnancy Discrimination

The lawsuit against TIDAL was filed by Lisette Paulson , a former labor and artist relations consultant with the company, who was employed at TIDAL from March 2015 to September 2015, according to her LinkedIn profile. Perez allegedly asked Paulson if pumping was necessary and grew frustrated when she insisted on a private space as she couldn't use a bathroom. A former employee alleges she faced pregnancy discrimination at TIDAL after giving birth.

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SpaceX bags NASA's 2021 Earth Science Mission

He however, noted that the mission would need much more financial backing than what the country's space administration contracts alone could provide. NASA said its launch services programme at Kennedy Space Center in Florida will manage the SpaceX launch service.

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NOAA's GOES-R successfully launched by NASA

The new weather satellite is an improvement over current weather satellites that are orbiting the Earth. Beyond weather forecasting , GOES-R also will be part of the Search and Rescue Satellite Aided Tracking (SARSAT) System, an global satellite-based search and rescue network operated by NOAA.

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Stock in Spotlight as Activity Rises in Ford Motor Co. (NYSE:F)

Ford Motor Co.'s target price was set to 12.72 with an IPO date at 6/1/1972. Nomura started coverage on Ford Motor in a research note on Tuesday, September 20th. Ford Motor's payout ratio is presently 33.15%. Year to Date performance value (YTD perf) value is -10.49%. The stock was sold at an average price of $12.11, for a total transaction of $993,020.00.

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COP22 sees moves toward progress on Paris agreement

The President-elect has widely been seen as a climate change skeptic. Among my numerous fears about his presidency is that so much progress on climate could go up in flames. And the world may just keep pursuing its own actions under the agreement regardless of the tack the USA takes. Negotiators there watched the results of the presidential election closely.

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'Extraordinarily hot' Arctic temperatures alarm scientists

Yet temperatures in the Arctic are soaring; in mid-November it was an average of a staggering 22° Celsius, or 40° Fahrenheit, above normal. And each month of the first six months of 2016 set a record as the warmest globally in terms of the modern temperature record, according to scientists at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in NY.


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