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COVID-19 outbreak: Venice suspends carnival events as number of cases in Italy soar to...

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Italian authorities announced on Sunday that events related to the famous Venice carnival would be stopped as the country became the first one in...
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More than 2.5 tonnes of drugs seized in Russian transport in 2019

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MOSCOW, February 18. /TASS/. More than 2.5 tonnes of narcotics were seized by Russian transport police last year, the Interior Ministry told TASS. "In 2019,...
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The World’s Biggest Wind Turbine Starts Generating Enough Electricity To Power 30,000 Homes

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The most powerful offshore wind turbine ever made, the Haliade-X 12 MW, is currently generating energy off the coast of the Netherlands, and sending...
Hundreds of thousands of people on Montreal streets (photo Instagram, @sylvestica)

Hundreds of thousands join Canada climate strikes

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Protesters are taking part in the global climate strike movement, which has seen people around the world take to the streets.
Thousands of people walk for the climate in Paris on October 13, 2018 (photo Francois Guillot AFP)

Climate and the Money Trail

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It is worth noting who is promoting the current flood of propaganda and climate activism.
Countless blackbirds flock together during the winter (photo birdscalgary.com)

We’ve lost 3 billion birds since 1970 in North America

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The study doesn’t address why birds are disappearing, but many face habitat degradation and loss.
Ice cores drilled in 2012 into the Greenland ice sheet revealed large, meters-thick ice slabs beneath the snow (photo Science News)

Expanding ice slabs are increasing Greenland’s contribution to sea level rise

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Greenland’s melting, set off by global warming due to higher levels of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, has increased dramatically in the last few decades.
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Restrictions to stay in Moscow until COVID-19 vaccine is ready — mayor

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According to the executive order, the self-isolation regime, digital passes and other restrictions in the capital city will be in force until...
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U.S. coronavirus deaths top 100,000 as country reopens

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The novel coronavirus has killed more than 100,000 people in the United States, according to a Reuters tally on Wednesday, even as the slowdown...
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China passes new Hong Kong national security law

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China on Thursday passed a new national security law for Hong Kong set to rein in the semi-autonomous region after months of protests last...
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Russia leapfrogs Saudi Arabia as China’s top crude oil supplier in April

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Russia overtook Saudi Arabia as China’s top crude oil supplier in April, customs data showed, with imports rising 18% from the same month a...
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German economy likely to shrink 6.6% this year

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The German economy is likely to shrink by 6.6% this year as a consequence of the coronavirus pandemic before growing by 10.2% in 2021,...