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Paris climate deal: PM May tells Trump of 'disappointment'

Paris climate deal: PM May tells Trump of 'disappointment'

During a press conference in the White House Rose Garden Thursday, Trump cited research that suggested the emissions cuts agreed to under the deal would not reduce global temperatures fast enough to have a significant impact. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement "a major disappointment" and said it was "crucial that the United States remains a leader on environmental issues", according to his spokesman.



Police responding to three separate incidents in London

Following reports a fourth attacker was on the loose, Rowley said: "Our current belief is that there were three attackers but this is still early on". "As we were told to leave the area by armed police, and started running from there, to my left was a further individual having CPR performed on them by the emergency services".


New twist in the Antoine Griezmann saga?

New twist in the Antoine Griezmann saga?

However, Griezmann's move was plunged into doubt after Atletico Madrid's transfer ban was upheld - meaning they can not sign players until January 2018. The forward had a brilliant season behind him, scoring 35 goals in all competitions for club and country and also picked up 12 assists in the process.


Source Politico: Trump's climate conundrum nears a verdict

Source Politico: Trump's climate conundrum nears a verdict

News of Trump's expected decision drew swift reaction from the United Nations. Guterres said he will also rally countries to raise the bar on efforts to limit temperature rise and the United Nations system to promote climate action. On Tuesday, Modi said in Berlin that it would be a "crime" to spoil the environment for future generations as the world awaits a decision on USA climate policy.


Will Trump block Comey testimony? White House does not know yet

Will Trump block Comey testimony? White House does not know yet

Outside counsel did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Mr Comey, who was sacked by the United States president last month, is set to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee which is probing possible collusion between the Trump presidential campaign and Russian Federation.