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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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US Intel Chief Says No Evidence That Hunter Biden Laptop Is Part Of Russian...

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John Ratcliffe, the director of national intelligence, said Monday that the intelligence community does not have evidence that the release of emails from Hunter...

Mayor says no need to tighten restrictions in Moscow, ‘point solutions’ possible

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Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin does not see the necessity to tighten the restrictive measures due to the coronavirus yet doesn’t exclude "point solutions." "Many people...
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Israel, Bahrain formalize diplomatic relations during joint US-Israeli visit to Gulf state

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Bahrain has become the fourth Arab nation to formally establish diplomatic ties with Tel Aviv as officials from both states signed a joint communique...

Defense Minister says Iran will sell weapons to countries despised by US

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According to Press TV, Brigadier General Amir Hatami said Iran will sell arms to the countries despised by the Americans if they...
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Germany continues to expand its military presence in Lithuania

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The German Air Force is setting up a Deployable Control and Reporting Centre (DCRC) at Šiauliai Air Base, Lithuania, supplemented by additional...