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Here's The Bold Way France Responded To Trump's Climate Deal Exit

China and the European Union released a joint statement at the meeting, saying the two parties "consider climate action and the clean energy transition an imperative more important than ever". Over the last decade, the United States military and intelligence officials have developed a broad agreement about the security threats that climate change presents, in part by threatening to cause natural disasters in densely populated coastal areas, damage American military bases worldwide and ...



'Drive out' extremists: Trump to Middle East

But during the speech the president told the Middle Eastern leaders gathered in Saudi Arabia that they have to confront "Islamic extremism and the Islamists and Islamic terror of all kinds". There was a George W Bush moment too when Mr Trump referred to the battle between good and evil. "Instead, we are here to offer partnership, based on shared interests and values".



Modi meets French President

Giving emphasis on the Paris Agreement 2015 PM Modi said, " Paris Agreement is a shared legacy of the world". India and France on Saturday pledged to fight climate change and terrorism jointly as Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi termed them as two big threats to humanity.



Does Trump Believe In Climate Change? White House Won't Say

Asked about the comment several days later, Trump's now-chief of staff Reince Priebus told Fox News that Trump "has his default position, which is that most of it is a bunch of bunk". Development of a fossil fuel-free vehicle fleet. "If nations around the globe want to see to learn from us what we're doing to reduce our Carbon dioxide footprint, we're going to share that with them".



World blasts Donald Trump over climate change snub

The earliest possible date for America's official withdrawal from the Paris agreement is November 4, 2020 - the day after the next U.S. presidential election - although Trump's current term in office is not due to end until January 20, 2021.



Explosions kill at least 6 at funeral in Kabul

More than 1,000 people demonstrated as Afghans mourned the victims of a massive truck bomb that also wounded more than 450 on Wednesday. Two witnesses at the scene of the funeral said at least 12 people had been killed. While relatively modest in size, the demonstration nonetheless underlines the growing public anger with the government for its failure to ensure public security, nearly three years after most foreign troops left Afghanistan.