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Pittsburgh mayor fires back at Trump's reference of city

The official, however, did lay down a marker for any coming talks, saying any revised Paris pact or a new one could not place "burdens" on the United States that it also did not place on other signatory nations. companies could gain short-term advantages by Mr Trump's decision. "The African continent, though less guilty than others for anthropogenic (man-made) factors which cause climate change, is the one that suffers most directly", Conde said in a statement on behalf of the AU.

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Todays Stocks: Marathon Petroleum Corp Announces Quarterly Dividend of $0.36 (MPC)

Virginia Retirement Systems ET AL owned 0.07% of Marathon Oil worth $9,128,000 as of its most recent filing with the SEC. About 164,691 shares traded. It also reduced its holding in Biomarin Pharmaceutical Inc (Call) (NASDAQ:BMRN) by 40,000 shares in the quarter, leaving it with 12,500 shares, and cut its stake in Nextera Energy Inc.

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UK's May urged to take tougher line against Trump on climate

France said it would work with U.S. states and cities - some of which have broken with Mr Trump's decisions - to keep up the fight against climate change . "There is no reverse gear to energy transition". President Macron said: "There is no plan B because there is no planet B". Russian Federation struck a rare negative note.

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Amazon's Alexa can now create reminders

Users simply need to make a request to Alexa that includes the event name and time. Starting today, you can now link your Apple iCloud Calendar to Alexa . For example, from now you can tell Alexa , "remind me to give the cat a massive squishy hug on Friday at 4pm". You can also check how much time is left on a certain timer by saying " Alexa , how much time is left on my lasagna timer", and it will let you know.

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Justice Department Turns to High Court to Reinstate Travel Ban

In its brief filed late Thursday asking the Supreme Court to consider the case, the Trump administration said the question for the justices was momentous. But the initial vote on whether to let the travel ban take effect, even as the court weighs the case, would signal whether the government is likely to win in the end.

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Russian, French astronauts return from space station stint

KAZINFORM The descent vehicle with the Russian cosmonaut Oleg Novitskiy and European astronaut Thomas Pesquet inside landed in the Kazakh steppe, Kazinform correspondent reports. Pesquet also went out on two spacewalks with Expedition 50 commander Shane Kimbrough to connect a new set of batteries on the exterior of the station and to prepare one of the outpost's ports for the future installation of a docking adapter to support USA commercial crew spacecraft.


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