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We'll always have Paris: Trump should keep his promise

WASHINGTON-President Donald Trump said on Twitter Wednesday that he will announce whether the us will remain a signatory in the Paris Climate Accord in coming days. A White House spokeswoman would not confirm that a final decision had been made and reiterated the president's claim that an announcement would be forthcoming, The Hill reported .


Afghan guard at German embassy killed in Kabul attack

Afghan guard at German embassy killed in Kabul attack

Afghan officials say the massive explosion took place in the diplomatic area of the city. Authorities warned the toll could yet rise. "They are still bringing bodies and wounded people to hospitals", senior health ministry spokesman Ismael Kawoosi told AFP.


Fed fines Deutsche Bank $41M over money laundering controls

Fed fines Deutsche Bank $41M over money laundering controls

On Tuesday, the Federal Reserve Board announced a $41 million penalty against Deutsche Bank's United States operations for anti-money laundering deficiencies. According to the NY state regulators, the bank's oversight lapses allowed some clients in Russian Federation to engage in a sham securities-trading scheme that moved money out of that country and into offshore accounts.



UN chief calls on world to back Paris climate deal

It caps and reduces the use of HFCs in a gradual process starting with action by developed countries in 2019, including the United States , the world's second-worst polluter, and then by over 100 developing countries starting in 2024, including China , the world's top carbon emitter.


Rangers target Bruno Alves leaves Cagliari

Rangers target Bruno Alves leaves Cagliari

Caixinha has been chasing the defender and will be hoping the 35-year-old will be able to bring his experience to the Rangers dressing room and the backline next season. He added: "What is important is that he is a victor with a winning mentality and that is something we all want, to put the club on a winning track again".


US pending home sales fell again in April

US pending home sales fell again in April

Americans retreated from signing contracts to buy homes in April for the second straight month, a possible sign that the decline in the number of homes on the market is stifling sales during the traditional spring buying season. "The unloading of single-family homes purchased by real estate investors during the downturn for rental purposes would also go a long way in helping relieve these inventory shortages", Yun says in a statement.