Tropical Depression Nicole moves to Georgia after causing havoc in Florida

Tropical Depression Nicole was moving through Georgia Friday morning after a day of causing havoc as it churned through Florida as a hurricane and then tropical storm. The rare November…

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U.S. Senate control still up for grabs as Republicans inch toward House majority

Either Democrats or Republicans can capture a Senate majority by sweeping contests in both states after Tuesday’s midterm vote. A split would transform a Dec. 6 runoff Senate election in…

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Russia claims all soldiers gone from Kherson amid Ukraine counteroffensive

The Russian Defence Ministry said Friday that it finished pulling out its troops from the western bank of the river that divide’s Ukraine’s southern Kherson region, including the only provincial…

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COP27: Canada has made ‘tremendous progress,’ says Guilbeault as emissions grow

Canada’s carbon dioxide emissions crept back up in 2021 after falling sharply during the first year of COVID-19, and experts believe they will go up even further this year as…

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Trudeau embarks on Southeast Asia trip to deepen Indo-Pacific ties

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted November 11, 2022 6:51 am Descrease article font size Increase article font size Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is en route to Southeast Asia for…

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Where AI can help fight climate change – and where it can’t

High above the valley in California’s wine country, Joanna Wells’ vineyard is a challenging place to grow grapes. It’s nearly 3,000 feet above sea level, atop a mountain ridge, “Forty…

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Russia says it has completed Kherson withdrawal

MOSCOW – Russia’s defence ministry said on Friday it had completed the withdrawal of troops from the western bank of the Dnipro river in Ukraine’s southern Kherson region. In its…

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COP27 fossil fuel lobbyists criticised as Africa energy debate simmers

SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt – African activists have called at the United Nations COP27 climate summit in Egypt for an end to expansion of fossil fuels on the continent, highlighting that…

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Ukrainian troops reclaim dozens of towns from Russian control, close in on Kherson

KYIV/FRONTLINE NORTH OF KHERSON – Ukrainian troops have reclaimed dozens of landmine-littered settlements abandoned by Russian forces in southern Ukraine, officials said, the day after Moscow announced its withdrawal from…

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Germany’s ban of chip factory sale shows hardening stance in Europe towards China

LONDON – The German government has blocked the planned sale of a chip factory to a Chinese group because “the acquisition would have endangered public order and security in Germany”.…

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