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He also vowed to introduce "post-coal" policy in line with his campaign promise to abandon coal power to ease air pollution in the country, which has the highest level of small air-pollutant particles among OECD member nations. Moon on Monday also vowed to cut South Korea's reliance on coal. He said the seismic resistance of the country's nuclear power plants - which had been reinforced since the March 2011 Fukushima Daiichi accident in Japan - would be re-examined.
  • United Nations chief: Save the oceans to avert 'global catastrophe'

    United Nations chief: Save the oceans to avert 'global catastrophe'

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    World leaders convene at United Nations headquarters next week for the first major bid to solve the toughest problems facing our oceans, from coral bleaching to plastic pollution, overfishing and rising seas due to climate change. As the worldwide community focuses this week on preserving the health of global oceans and seas, the United Nations agencies on agriculture, environment and trade are committing to the sustainable trade of fisheries.
  • Tesla Inc (TSLA) Unveils First Details About Model Y

    Tesla Inc (TSLA) Unveils First Details About Model Y

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    The same process will take more than a year with the Model 3 . In fairness to Tesla , the brand has been working with the sorts of companies that will use these electric semi-trucks, so it will be made to fit their demands and likely have a good shot at success.
  • Apple unveils watchOS 4 with a ton of new features

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    Apple today detailed the changes that are coming to the Apple Watch with watchOS 4. AppleWhen Apple unveiled the new Apple Watch operating system at its annual developer conference on Monday, it was clear that the focus is on fitness.
  • MIT says Donald Trump totally misunderstood its climate science

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    On June 1, President Donald Trump announced that the USA will exit the Paris Agreement on climate change . University presidents from Emory, Brandeis and Wesleyan are on board, the governors of New York , California and Washington have signed up, and companies, such as Hewlett-Packard and Mars, have also joined the group.
  • Scientists spot rare gravity waves for the third time

    Scientists spot rare gravity waves for the third time

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    The newly observed merger created a black hole of 49 solar masses, which sits nicely between the first detection (62 solar masses) and the second (21 solar masses). That result fits neatly into a gap between the two earlier detections and suggests that "black holes exist in a variety of sizes", Dr. Pfeiffer said.
  • Costa says he won't go to China if leaving Chelsea

    Costa says he won't go to China if leaving Chelsea

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    Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich and Serie A champions Juventus have also been suggested as potential destinations. Alexis Sanchez opened the scoring amid a blistering start for Arsenal that Chelsea simply couldn't cope with. "We go home with a bad taste because of what has happened but for sure we would rather win the Premier League than the FA Cup ", said Fabregas. Hopefully one day I'll be back here as a manager, that's kind of the ambition .
  • TRAI stands by ₹3050-crore penalty on 3 incumbent telcos

    TRAI stands by ₹3050-crore penalty on 3 incumbent telcos

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    It also asserted that the provision of financial disincentive in the Authority's "Standards of Service of Basic Telephone Services (Wireline) and Cellular Mobile Telephone Service, Regulations 2009" does not prevent the Authority from exercising its mandate to make recommendations to the Government for wilful non-compliance of terms and conditions of license.
  • Graco recalls My Ride 65 convertible child restraints

    Graco recalls My Ride 65 convertible child restraints

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    Owners of the My Ride 65 model will be notified and be provided a replacement kit with new harness restraints and installation instructions free of charge, Graco said in a statement. Graco traced the problem to a single batch of webbing. The company is expected to begin the recall July 17, once replacement harnesses have been manufactured.
  • Free Games with Gold for June 2017

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    And just for good measure, Phantom Dust bonus DLC will also be free. The only people who have to wait until June to jump back into Assassin's Creed 3 are the people who either never bought the game or sold it. July 15, Xbox One members can download Watch Dogs . Those with a physical copy of any backwards compatible title, simply insert it into your Xbox One to begin the download process.
  • United Nations condemns North Korea missile launch, vows new sanctions

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    South Korea military said Monday the missile is a medium-range projectile but Pyongyang has yet to acquire the re-entry technology for ICBMs. "The disclosure of the photos seems to be meant to show off its confidence in its atmospheric re- entry technology to the world", said senior researcher Yang Uk of Seoul-based think-tank Korea Defence Forum, as quoted by Yonhap.
  • Playboy bunny loses bid to toss out privacy invasion case

    Playboy bunny loses bid to toss out privacy invasion case

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    The trial is tentatively set to begin May 26. Mathers post provoked backlash as she was accused of "body shaming" by activists. Mathers was slammed on social media so badly for the act that she wound up deleting her popular accounts. The Playboy Bunny was sacked from her job on a Los Angeles radio station after the event. Attorney Dana Cole said the victim can not be easily identified because the photo was shot from far away.
  • Intel Skylake-X Core i9 CPUs teased

    Intel Skylake-X Core i9 CPUs teased

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    The Core i7-7640K surprisingly lacks HyperThreading, has 6MB of L3 cache and works at 4.0GHz base and 4.2GHz Turbo clocks. Base clocks start around 3GHz and Turbo below 4.0GHz. For the longest time, Intel has been the only name that matters when it comes to the processor inside your PC. Assuming that Intel and AMD both release full details there, these CPUs could be in computers shipping this summer.
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    Google's "Project Trebble" will modularize Android to make updates faster

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    Google says Project Treble will make the Android framework more like the apps landscape, where a developer can write a single app that can run on millions of different pieces of hardware. This new interface is based on Vendor Test Suite (VTS), which is similar to the Compatibility Test Suite (CST). But with Project Treble , manufacturers would be free to avoid chip vendors like Qualcomm.
  • Mysterious Creature Washes Ashore In Indonesia, Turns Water Red

    Mysterious Creature Washes Ashore In Indonesia, Turns Water Red

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    But as he approached, he could see more clearly: whatever this was, it had once been alive. This creature is far too large to be a squid of any type. Investigators found that the creature was dead for at least three days before it arrived on the shore and its blood had turned the surrounding water red, the Jakarta Globe reported .
  • Sensex Zooms 160 Points On Normal Monsoon Forecast

    Sensex Zooms 160 Points On Normal Monsoon Forecast

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    Meanwhile, the NSE Nifty regained the 9,300-mark by rising 24.05 points, or 0.26 per cent, to trade at at 9,309.35. The market breadth was positive as 1,551 shares advanced against a fall of 789 shares, while 127 shares were unchanged. Major gainer Hero MotoCorp rose 4.26 percent. Among the sectoral indices, consumer durables rose 1.65 per cent, auto 0.98 per cent, metal 0.69 per cent, teck 0.57 per cent, healthcare 0.55 per cent and IT 0.29 per cent.
  • Rallies for Workers, Immigrants Rights Mark May Day Around the World

    Rallies for Workers, Immigrants Rights Mark May Day Around the World

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    Police said on Twitter Monday that anarchists destroyed a police vehicle, damaged numerous windows and property, started fires in the streets and attacked police. They chanted "Donald Trump has got to go!" at the White House gates. The day is commemorated as a national holiday in over 80 countries. Police in Olympia, Washington, said nine people were taken into custody after several officers were injured by thrown rocks and windows were broken at businesses in Washington's capital city.
  • Moto Z2 Play Confirmed to Come with a Smaller Battery, More RAM

    Moto Z2 Play Confirmed to Come with a Smaller Battery, More RAM

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    We want to know if the brand can do something about the stagnant tablet market. It appears to be a feature for quick and easy switching between apps that can be simply done by tapping the icon in the navigation bar. Apart from these two aspects of Motorola's upcoming tablet, no other details are known as of now. While long thought to be dead, Android tablets are having something of a renaissance in 2017, with Samsung releasing the Galaxy Tab S3 and Google changing up the way its Pixel ...
  • How to See the Eta Aquarid Meteor Shower This Weekend

    How to See the Eta Aquarid Meteor Shower This Weekend

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    The streaks of light will seem to be everywhere. In the Northern hemisphere the meteors can often be seen just above the horizon. Meteors leave a persistent trail, which will all point back in Eta Aquarii's direction. The best advice for viewing this shower - get as far away from city lights as you can and look up. While morning may be best to catch the shower, Eta Aquarids can also be seen in late evening.
  • Mugabe insists Zimbabwe not fragile despite plunging economy

    Mugabe insists Zimbabwe not fragile despite plunging economy

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    Donald Kaberuka, former President of the African Development Bank Group, said: "Today we are talking about fragility in Africa". If anyone wants to call us fragile, they can. "To continue driving him beyond his physical and mental possibilities will make us even more of a caricature country and is not good for investment", said Shumba.
  • Google agrees to pay $335 million in Italy tax dispute

    Google agrees to pay $335 million in Italy tax dispute

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    Some countries like Ireland and Luxembourg charge little or no corporate taxes in a bid to lure foreign investment, while others charge 30 percent or higher. The US-based company has previously said it complied with tax rules in all the countries it operates in. The European Commission, which administers EU law, said the Irish government helped the tech giant artificially lower its tax bill for more than 20 years.