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Saskatchewan concerned about Canadian industry as Trump pulls out of Paris accord

They warned that U.S. withdrawal from the deal could speed up the effects of global climate change, worsening heat waves, floods, droughts and storms. Chinese premier Li Keqiang, visiting Germany, said his country would remain committed to combating climate change, despite U.S. moves. France, Germany and Italy issued an immediate statement dismissing Trump's vague offer to negotiate a new accord with better guarantees for U.S.


Sources Say Trump to Delay US Embassy Move to Jerusalem

Sources Say Trump to Delay US Embassy Move to Jerusalem

During his campaign for office, Trump expressed support for moving the embassy and has appointed a strong supporter of such a move as his ambassador to Israel. Within days of taking office on January 20, Trump kept his promise to withdraw the USA from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a 12-nation agreement finalized during the Obama administration that would have reduced prices and boosted sales overseas for automakers, farmers and tech companies.



Vladimir Putin says certain Syria's Bashar al-Assad didn't use chemical weapons

Macron was the first Western leader to speak to Putin after the Group of Seven summit the French leader attended over the weekend, where relations with Russian Federation were a key topic. Mr Putin declined to comment on the media ban, but brushed off the hacking allegations, saying: "Actions can not be based on hunches, hunches that are moreover unconfirmed".


HPE posts steep revenue decline in key servers business

HPE posts steep revenue decline in key servers business

YorkBridge Wealth Partners LLC increased its position in Hewlett Packard Enterprise by 12.1% in the first quarter. The $135.71 level represents at least another 0.8% downside for the stock from its current price. Stockholders of record on Wednesday, June 14th will be issued a $0.065 dividend. The dividend will be $0.065 per share for the quarter which is $0.26 annualized.


U.S. air strike in Mosul killed at least 105 civilians, Pentagon confirms

U.S. air strike in Mosul killed at least 105 civilians, Pentagon confirms

Isler noted that an Iraqi investigation of the incident concurred with his findings. The Pentagon's summary was prepared by the investigating officer, Air Force Brig. "No one saw ISIS move explosives into that area", he said, using an acronym for the terrorist group. USA officials say they went through close to 700 hours of footage taken from jets during, before and after the attack and sent investigators to the scene in the aftermath.



U.S. withdrawing from Paris climate agreement

Additionally, the agreement puts significant burdens on the United States while we have already taken substantial steps in reducing Carbon dioxide emissions in our country. Leaving the 2015 Paris accord would hardly translate into a substantial increase in new jobs as the fossil fuel industries were highly automated, Xinhua said.