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Australia ‘underprepared’ for deadly floods despite decades of climate warnings, expert says

Views: 3 Pause Current Time 0:00 / Duration 0:51 Loaded: 11.92% Unmute 0 LO Caption Full screen Residents and their horses trapped overnight on a bridge in Australia after flood Click to expand Australia is “underprepared” for extreme weather such as the deadly flooding on the east coast despite decades of warnings over the climate crisis, an environmental expert has said. […]

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Barcelona think Kylian Mbappe has already signed for Real Madrid

Views: 8 Barcelona have reportedly switched their attention from Kylian Mbappe to Erling Haaland as they believe the PSG star already has a contract with Real Madrid. Mbappe’s future is one of the biggest topics in football as the French superstar is out of contract this summer having so far refused an extension with his current club PSG. The French

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Soccer-Chelsea’s Kante calls for focus after surprise of Abramovich sale

Views: 5 (Reuters) – Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante said the Premier League team’s players were caught off guard by Roman Abramovich’s decision to sell the club following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine but urged them to stay focused on their quest to finish in the top four. © Reuters/ANDREW BOYERS Premier League – Aston Villa v Chelsea

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UN nuclear watchdog chief arrives in Tehran as UK says deal ‘close’

Views: 3 |The UN nuclear watchdog’s chief arrived in Tehran late Friday amid hopes of reviving a 2015 accord between Iran and world powers, with Britain saying a deal is “close”. The visit by International Atomic Energy Agency head Rafael Grossi, who is set to meet Iranian officials on Saturday, is seen as critical to

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Beijing Paralympics to open in storm of controversy over Ukraine invasion

Views: 17 Tensions in the athlete villages, threats of competition boycotts and an eleventh-hour reversal to ban Russian athletes have marred the lead-up to Friday’s opening of the Beijing Winter Paralympics. © Thomas LOVELOCK An eleventh-hour reversal to ban Russian athletes have marred the lead-up to the opening of the Beijing Winter ParalympicsMoscow’s invasion of Ukraine

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Emmanuel Macron announces bid for second term as France’s president

Views: 1 French President Emmanuel Macron formally announced that he will run for a second term in the presidential election. In a “letter to the French” published on domestic media websites, Mr Macron said: “I am seeking your trust again. “I am a candidate to invent with you, faced with the century’s challenges, a French and European singular

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Cricket world mourns death of Australia great Shane Warne

Views: 5 The world of cricket is coming to terms with the loss of one of its greatest figures following the death of Shane Warne at the age of 52. Tributes poured in after the former Australia leg-spinner, one of the finest cricketers of all-time, suffered a suspected heart attack in Thailand. Warne took 708 Test wickets, the second-highest ever,

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Global news media on defensive after Putin signs ‘fake news’ law

Views: 1 |LONDON/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) -Global news media said they were suspending reporting in Russia to protect their journalists after a new law that threatened jail terms of up to 15 years for spreading “fake news”. © Reuters/Olivia Harris A pedestrian walks past a BBC logo at Broadcasting House in central LondonBritain’s BBC said Friday it

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Associated Press: China to raise defense spending by 7.1% to $229 billion

Views: 4 BEIJING (AP) — China on Saturday announced a 7.1% increase in defense spending in 2022 to $229 billion, continuing years of robust spending on its increasingly powerful military that is challenging the U.S. armed forces’ dominance in the Indo-Pacific region. © Provided by Associated Press Chinese military personnel march past the Forbidden City on

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