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Trump didn't kill the Paris climate deal - it was already dead

That claim was attributed to research conducted by MIT, according to White House documents seen by Reuters. On Twitter, Peduto responded , "As the Mayor of Pittsburgh, I can assure you that we will follow the guidelines of the Paris Agreement for our people, our economy & future".



UK's May grilled by voters, urged to confront Trump on Paris

Mr Trump caused worldwide outrage when he confirmed this week his administration would withdraw from the Paris climate accord , fulfilling a key pledge from his 2016 presidential campaign. Trump's decision to exit the agreement will make the U.S. one of just three countries not to participate, along with Syria and Nicaragua . "The reality is the whole world needs to be involved in fighting climate change", she said.


Anand Mahindra invites Tesla's Elon Musk to make e-vehicles in India

Anand Mahindra invites Tesla's Elon Musk to make e-vehicles in India

Major vehicle makers in country though are looking at India's electric push with a sense of caution, even as Chinese firms look to storm in.+ Volvo, for instance, has welcomed the vision but understands the drastic change it calls for. However, there is still some way before, at least, electric cars become more prevalent. However, Musk had expressed uncertainty regarding how the laws worked.



CA 'comfortable' with security following London attack

Britain was already on edge after a suicide bombing two weeks ago at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester , in northwest England, that killed 22 people and injured dozens more. The president says the travel ban, a centerpiece of his 2016 campaign, is needed to protect Americans from terrorist attacks. "When I open the door I see three dead people on the floor", he said.



Karp Capital Management Corp Purchases New Stake in Sibanye Gold Ltd (SBGL)

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May Jobs Report: 138000 More On Payrolls; Unemployment Dips Slightly

Non-farm payrolls increased 138,000 last month as the manufacturing, government and retail sectors lost jobs, the Labor Department said on Friday. "Not only did payroll growth, at 138,000, come in well below expectations; but job growth in the previous two months was revised downward substantially".