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Charity urges aid for sinking cities
Governments must provide ‘major’ investment in flood risk reduction to save coastal cities around the world, a charity said on Friday, as rising seas and sinking urban areas pose unprecedented threats to millions of homes.
Carmakers bracing for shocks as electrified future looming
Auto industry executives gathering this week for the Paris Motor Show, to be held during 4-14 October, will be rubbing shoulders with unusual company: Dozens of tech experts eager to tackle what many consider the ultimate connected device.
Smugglers jailed for plot to bring migrants across Channel on jet skis
A gang of people smugglers who hatched an ‘alarmingly amateur’ plot to bring migrants across the English Channel on jet skis were jailed.
Spanish farmers go nuts for almonds as global demand booms
Surging worldwide demand for almonds is pushing Spanish farmers to replace traditional wheat and sunflower fields with almond orchards, transforming the landscape in the south of the country.
For India's poorest, ID card can be difference between life and death
Prem Malhar said his 50-year-old father died of hunger a few months ago because he did not have the Indian government’s Aadhaar identity card that would have given him access to subsidized food.
Rohingya protest for 'justice' on crackdown anniversary
Thousands of Rohingya refugees staged angry protests for ‘justice’ on Saturday on the first anniversary of a Myanmar military crackdown that sparked a mass exodus to camps in Bangladesh.
It's not the economy, stupid. For European stocks, it's politics
European markets’ summer of discontent may be a taste of what is to come.
UN chief suggests options for improved Palestinian protection
The protection of Palestinian civilians could be improved by the deployment of United Nations-mandated armed forces or unarmed observers, a beefed-up UN civilian presence or expanded UN assistance, Secretary General Antonio Guterres wrote in a report on Friday.
For Greece's austerity-hit elderly, bailout ‘will never end’
With two euros in his pocket, Yorgos Vagelakos, an 81-year-old retired factory worker, scouted the farmer’s market in his working-class Athens neighborhood for anything he can afford.
Concern for severe climate change grows as Sweden’s highest peak melts away
Researchers expressed concern on Thursday about the rapid pace of climate change, after a glacier on Sweden’s Kebnekaise mountain melted so much in sweltering Arctic temperatures that it is no longer the country’s highest point.
For Iranian farmers, 'red gold' barely worth a copper
Iran's position as the lead supplier of the world's most expensive spice is being undercut by fraudulent business under which genuine saffron from the country is adulterated and resold to the high-end global market.
Ronaldo tipped for 2016 FIFA award
Following his success in Ballon d'Or, the Portugal and Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo is set to add another garland — the Best FIFA Men’s Player — today in Zurich.
Smooth sailing for Agnieszka Radwanska in Shenzhen
Top seed and world number three Agnieszka Radwanska made short work of her second round opponent at the WTA Shenzhen Open on Tuesday.
Kyrgios 'prepared for comeback after ban'
Australia's Nick Kyrgios said Saturday he was ready for scrutiny at next month's Australian Open, as the volatile star prepares for his comeback after a playing ban.
Chelsea's Oscar set for record-breaking Shanghai move
Chelsea's Oscar said he was looking forward to joining his "new family" on Friday after Shanghai SIPG sealed terms on what will be China's fifth Asian-record signing in less than a year.

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