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UN chief: Climate action 'unstoppable,' nations should stay course

He said his administration could try to renegotiate the existing agreement or try to create a new one that is more favorable to the U.S. "The U.S. In Rome, Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni said his country should not retreat from its actions on climate. The Paris Agreement was adopted by 196 parties in 2015 and it went into effect in November 2016.


Six killed in terror attacks in London, 3 suspects shot dead

Six killed in terror attacks in London, 3 suspects shot dead

The police said there were casualties there, with more than one person dead, and witnesses reported seeing a bearded man with a large knife. The US state department has issued a statement , condemning "the cowardly attacks targeting innocent civilians in London ", reports the BBC .


Bale hails Real Madrid's history boys

Bale hails Real Madrid's history boys

Italian powerhouse Juventus quickly responded two minutes later when Croatian forward Mario Mandzukic executed an acrobatic volley to equalize. However it was Cristiano Ronaldo who opened the scoring. The 2016 Ballon d'or victor scored against Chelsea in 2008, Atletico Madrid in 2014 and now Juventus in 2017 Champions League final . "I prepared myself well for the final part of the season and I scored some important goals".


Ireland's ruling Fine Gael party set to announce new leader

Ireland's ruling Fine Gael party set to announce new leader

He will succeed Enda Kenny , who resigned in May, as leader of the largest party in Ireland's coalition government and is expected to contact Coveney to discuss what government position he will hold. At 38, he will also be Ireland's youngest ever prime minister. "If my election today shows anything, it is that prejudice has no hold in this Republic", Varadkar said to huge applause in a speech at Dublin's Mansion House, where Ireland's parliament first sat nearly a century ago.



US Cities, States, Businesses Back Climate Change Agreement

The question has yet to be answered by anyone in the administration, even as aides and others appear on television and hold briefings to explain Trump's decision to leave the Paris agreement - despite protests from members of his own administration, environmental experts, corporate titans and fellow foreign leaders.