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US Joins Arctic Council In Calling For Action To Curb Climate Change

It turns out, as Tillerson said in his opening comments at the meeting, the administration has not made up its mind, but pledged to at least listen to the Arctic nations and regional organizations as the administration weighs its options. The document also recommends close and coordinated worldwide monitoring of the Arctic's changing climate, a priority that will be enhanced by a legally binding agreement that would ease Arctic research.


The Founder Of Mother's Day Ended Up Hating It

The Founder Of Mother's Day Ended Up Hating It

More people purchase fresh flowers and plants for Mother's Day than for any other holiday except Christmas/Hanukkah. The specialty of mother's day is showing the gratitude for mother for giving us birth and showing the special care every time.


WhatsApp quietly brings encryption to its iCloud backup

WhatsApp quietly brings encryption to its iCloud backup

In a development noticed by Forbes recently, late a year ago WhatsApp improved the security of iCloud backup by adding the encryption feature to it quietly. End-to-end encryption for messages was added a year ago that prevented them from being intercepted but it was revealed recently that messages that were stored in readable form when iPhone users backed up their chats could still be accessed by hackers and spies.



Pakistan fully supports China's 'One Belt, One Road' initiative: PM

China has not announced who North Korea's chief delegate will be, but South Korea's Yonhap news agency said Kim Yong Jae, North Korea's minister of external economic relations, would lead the delegation. "High speed trains, electricity and electronics equipment, construction machinery and Chinese ships have become famous brands of China's manufacturing sector", Xin said.



United Nations climate talks begin in Germany amid uncertainty over USA stance

White House staff and top Trump administration officials have huddled at least three times to discuss the merits of the deal, through which the US pledged to cut its carbon dioxide emissions 26 to 28 percent from 2005 levels by 2025. The perspective comes as the Trump administration is engaged in a fierce internal debate about how to proceed with the Paris climate deal and whether to explore leaving the accord altogether.