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Mexico's new leader says relationships with Trump good

MEXICO CITY (AP) – The Mexican Left's New President said Wednesday that relations with US President Donald Trump are "good" and the two will probably talk about immigration issues soon. Many analysts had been waiting for President Andr√© Manuel Lopez Obrador to run into a long-standing conflict with Trump, especially since a caravan of about 7000 US immigrants set up …

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"We are in trouble." Global carbon dioxide emissions reached a new record high in 2018.

Brady Dennis Reporter focuses on environmental and public health issues Chris Mooney Reports covering climate change, energy and the environment. December 5 at 13.00 Global carbon dioxide emissions have reached the highest levels of record, researchers projected Wednesday, in the latest evidence of the gap between international climate change mitigation targets and what countries actually do. Between 2014 and 2016, …

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Mexico's new leader says relationships with Trump good

Mexico President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador holds his first press conference as president, who started at 7 o'clock in Mexico on Monday, December 3, 2018. Mexico's newly-inaugurated president hit the ground on Monday with his commitment to reign as a common man and end decades of privacy, heavy security and luxury enjoyed by former presidents. (AP Photo / Christian Palma) …

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Internal Facebook emails discuss payments for data, special access

Shu Zhang | Reuters Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg meets founder and CEO of Alibaba Group Jack Ma (not formed) at the China Development Forum in Beijing, March 19, 2016. A British legislature has released more than 200 pages of confidential, internal Facebook emails revealing discussions about user data payments and special access for certain companies, including Netflix, Airbnb …

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British legislators release internal Facebook documents

Dec 5 (Reuters) – British legislators published a cache of internal Facebook Inc documents, suggesting that the social network gave certain companies specific access to user data even after promising to restrict such access to third parties. The data released on Wednesday was received from Six4Three, an app developer currently in a legal dispute with Facebook. Related: Take a look …

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Medieval skeleton upgraded in London with "expensive" leather boots

The skeleton was excavated near the Thames Tideway Tunnel site. (MOLA Headland) An estimated 500-year-old skeleton still wearing the boots he died in has recently been viewed by archaeologists who dug a place in London. The skeleton believed it was a medieval man found near a part of the Thames Tideway Tunnel Construction Site, which was built to stop sewage …

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4 men face first US criminal charges linked to Panama paper

Four men have been charged with wire fraud, money laundering, tax evasion and more in the first US accusation that resulted from the investigation of the 2016 Panama Papers leakage. Prosecutors on Manhattan on Tuesday revealed a prosecution accused of the men with 11 counting their alleged commitment to the "decades-long criminal system" conducted by the Panaman law firm Mossack …

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COP24: Indonesia is behind to meet its climate goals

World leaders gather this month in Katowice, Poland, for COP24, the most important global meeting on climate change since the UN Climate Change Conference 2015 in Paris. Top of the agenda: to get the countries to agree on the rules for implementing Paris Climate Change Agreements 2020, when the Pact enters into force. The meeting serves as a reminder of …

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Catched in Russia-Ukraine storm: a freighter and tons of grain

BERDYANSK, Ukraine (Reuters) – When the ship from Island Bay came from Beirut on the Kerch stretch, the gateway to the Azores, it sailed to a perfect storm of geopolitics and bad weather. Cranes and ships are seen in the Azores sea in Berdyansk, Ukraine November 30, 2018. Image taken November 30, 2018. REUTERS / Gleb Garanich On the following …

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