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US carbon emissions drop, now 12% below 2005 levels
US carbon emissions were down slightly in 2015, continuing a period in which economic growth has been accompanied by relatively flat emissions. Compared to 2005, however, the current numbers represent a 12 percent drop. The Energy Information Agency (EIA)
Shopkeeper killed dozens with ‘revenge’ sweets
MULTAN, Pakistan: A Pakistani sweet shop owner has confessed to fatally poisoning at least 30 people by lacing his goods with pesticide in an attempt to take revenge on his older brother, police said Friday.Khalid Mehmood confessed in a court in central P
Cologne sex attack charge dismissed
A judge in the German city of Cologne dismisses sexual assault charges against an Algerian man, in the first trial over sexual crimes at New Year celebrations.
Rachel Notley and the NDP: fresh faces or ruin of Alberta'
On May 5, 2015 the NDP won 54 of 87 seats to form a majority government and knock the Alberta Progressive Conservatives out of power for the first time in 44 years. Here's a look back at an eventful first year for the new government.
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