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NYC Lights Up Green in Support of Paris Climate Accord

Trump's move was "a big mistake", said Donald Tusk, one of the European Union's top officials. India's environment minister Harsh Vardhan also said his country is committed to the Paris accord "irrespective" of the position of other nations.



India favourites against Pakistan: Afridi

I am really pleased to see my old friend Yuvraj return to the global fold with renewed hunger and passion for the game. His experience and incredible ability of finishing games will hold Kohli in good stead, especially in crunch situations.


China's Li appeals to Germany for help with certifying C919 jet

China's Li appeals to Germany for help with certifying C919 jet

USA media reported Wednesday that Trump had made a decision to pull the United States out of the Paris accord. "There is no reverse gear to the energy transition". Speaking at a business event with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, Merkel said China and Germany saw the opportunities that globalisation and digitalisation presented and wanted to work together to bring about "global progress together".



Spicer Says 'Covfefe' Was An Intentional Inside Joke

Press Secretary Sean Spicer's odd two days of press briefings since returning from President Donald Trump's foreign odyssey this week are the result of a White House increasingly frustrated with the press corps, according to a report by CNN's Dylan Byers .



WRAPUP 6-Trump tells Middle East to 'drive out' Islamist extremists

The leaked texts did not include the controversial phrase " radical Islamic terrorism ". Trump's speech marked a departure from his rhetoric on the campaign and in the Oval Office - at least, to a degree. From now on, Trump said, the US would seek gradual reform in the region, not sudden intervention. The remarks by Zarif came in response to Trump's anti-Tehran comments in Riyadh on Sunday and his arms sale deal with Saudi Arabia .


Macron Says France, India to Work Together on Climate Change

Macron Says France, India to Work Together on Climate Change

The Paris agreement's central aim is to strengthen the global response to the threat of climate change by keeping the global temperature rise in this century well below 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels and to pursue efforts to limit it to 1.5 degrees Celsius.