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Officials: Chemical in Texas city water identified; warning still in place

City officials in Corpus Christi, Texas said they have identified the chemical that prompted a mandated drinking water ban late Wednesday night.
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Bill Gates launching a fund to fight climate change

Bill Gates and investors worth $170 billion are launching a fund to fight climate change through energy innovation...
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Earthquake rocks Indonesia's Aceh province; at least 25 dead

BIREUEN, Indonesia (AP) -- A strong undersea earthquake rocked Indonesia's Aceh province early on Wednesday, killing at least 25 people and causing dozens of buildings to collapse....
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Mild Earthquake Hits Northeastern Iran

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – A moderate earthquake jolted an area near the town of Aliabad-e Katul in Iran’s northeastern province of Golestan on Saturday....
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Death toll in storms sweeping South increases to 5

Possible tornadoes swept through parts of Alabama and Tennessee overnight, killing five people and injuring more than a dozen as heavy rains from storms moving across the South produced flooding in areas previously suffering from months of drought....
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70,000 homes without power in storm-hit France

The national weather agency Meteo France said winds powering to 160 kilometres (100 miles) per hour battered the Breton peninsula and Normandy coast overnight, and two other regions remained under a storm alert. ...
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Marrakesh talks tangle over cash to cushion climate impacts for poor

MARRAKESH, Morocco (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The Marrakesh climate talks may not deliver a substantial boost for international funding to help poorer countries cope with the worsening floods, droughts, storms and rising seas brought by climate change, negotiators and development charities fear....
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Turkish Dam Project Threatens to Submerge Thousands of Years of History

... The archaeological highlight is a citadel, on high ground overlooking the river......
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'World's saddest polar bear' moved from Chinese mall may be forced to return to glass enclosure

After a video of a polar bear locked up in an enclosure inside a Chinese shopping centre sparked global outcry, action has now been taken to return him to his natural habitat. ...
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New Zealand PM says two dead in quake, dispatching emergency aid

WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand Prime Minister John Key said two people were killed in a powerful earthquake that the struck the Pacific nation early on Monday....
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