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Hundreds participate in Mumbai beach clean-up
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, UN Champion of Earth, went plogging at Mamallpuram beach at sunrise. In Mumbai, over 500 did the same, as they have been doing for over 200 weeks.
Hundreds of people hold 'funeral' for Swiss glacier lost to global warming
Hundreds of people have held a high-altitude “funeral” for a Swiss glacier that has been lost to global warming.
Hundreds show up to support and bring awareness to heart disease and strokes in US
Almost 850,000 people across the United States died in 2016 from cardiovascular disease, according to the American Heart Association. On Saturday in Spokane, survivors, caretakers and supporters walked to bring awareness to heart disease and strokes.
Hundreds of climate sceptics to mount international campaign to stop net-zero targets being made law
Hundreds of climate change deniers including academics, politicians and lobbyists are to launch a campaign to stop commitments to net zero carbon emissions being enshrined in law, The Independent can reveal.
Hundreds of NHS nurses in Northern Ireland worse off despite pay rise
Hundreds of nurses in Northern Ireland have had to pay money back to the National Health Service (NHS) despite receiving a pay rise.
Hundreds of NHS nurses in Northern Ireland worse off despite pay rise
Hundreds of nurses in Northern Ireland have had to pay money back to the National Health Service (NHS) despite receiving a pay rise.
Hundreds of parents across Australia unaware of risks of deadly meningococcal B disease
Concerns have been raised around Australia about the potentially deadly meningococcal disease, and parents who believe their children are fully immunized despite still being vulnerable.
British people face pollution and hundreds of noise violations from supersonic aircraft
The rise of supersonic planes could see Heathrow alone hosting more than 300 extra flights every day that exceed noise pollution limits and compromise efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
British charity anticipates hundreds of thousands of calls for help during festive period
The Samaritans expects to receive hundreds of thousands of calls over the festive period, with figures revealing that one in three people who contacted the British charity on Christmas Day last year were seeking help with loneliness.
Hundreds of thousands of UK cars won't be able to use new fuel
Some of the most popular family cars will be unable to use a new fuel the government hopes to roll out in an effort to cut carbon emissions.
Hundreds of homeless people fined and imprisoned in England, Wales
Growing numbers of vulnerable homeless people are being fined, given criminal convictions and even imprisoned for begging and rough sleeping, the Guardian can reveal.
Hundreds of lung cancer patients may be dying early each year
Hundreds of lung cancer patients may be dying prematurely every year as a result of disparities in rates of treatment across England, new research suggested.
Hundreds of thousands living in squalid rented homes in England
Rented housing so squalid it is likely to leave tenants requiring medical attention is being endured by hundreds of thousands of young adults in England, an analysis of government figures has revealed.
Hundreds of thousands without water in Beaumont (video)
Harvey's floodwaters destroyed the pumps for the city's water sources, leaving 120,000 residents without drinking water.
Saudi razes hundreds of houses in Shia-majority town
Saudi Arabia has reportedly laid waste to at least 320 houses in an eastern Shia-majority town, which it has placed under siege for about three months.

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