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Fragile world manufacturing front and center of Fed rate debate
Federal Reserve policymakers will meet in two weeks to weigh an interest-rate cut against the backdrop of a booming US stock market, a seemingly unflappable American consumer and steady job growth.
Kenyan universities aim to be ‘greenest in the world’
In Kenya, over 70 universities are being called on by the UN Environment Program and the Kenyan government to work together and transform their campuses to be the ‘greenest in the world.
World needs to embrace hydrogen challenge, cut costs: IEA
The world should take up the challenge to boost the use of hydrogen as a potentially emissions-free source of energy, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Friday in its first major report on the fuel.
G-20: Deepening trade tensions pose threat to world economy
After days of wrangling over the wording of a communique, finance chiefs from the world’s largest economies have warned that escalating trade and geopolitical tensions pose the biggest risk to global growth.
World to mark International Museum Day
Many cultural events will be held throughout the world to mark International Museum Day, which falls on May 18.
World economy beset by trade war gets data insight
The trade war between the US and China continues to loom large over the world economy.
Defense minister: Trumpism threatening world
Iran’s Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami said US President Donald Trump is endangering global security by violating international rules and humanitarian principles.
IMF warns policymakers to ‘do no harm’ as world economy wobbles
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned governments not to rock the boat with trade wars and other disruptions at a time when the global economy is already sailing through choppy waters.
IMF chief: Trade conflicts threaten fragile world economy
With global growth slowing and many countries struggling with high debts, now is not the time for the ‘self-inflicted’ economic wound of trade wars, the head of the International Monetary Fund warned.
Author: World designed for men constantly failing women
A ‘gender data gap’ is making the lives of women around the world more dangerous — from the misdiagnosis of heart attacks to ill-fitting protective equipment, according to a new book published this week in Britain.
World on track to miss emissions ‘turning point’ for tackling climate change
The world is not on track to meet the greenhouse gas ‘turning point’ required to avoid the most catastrophic impacts of climate change, experts have warned.
Analysis: World to miss 2020 climate 'turning point'
The world is on course to miss its ‘best chance’ of preventing runaway climate change by ensuring global greenhouse gas emissions peak in 2020, researchers warned Tuesday.
World Health Organization lists ‘vaccine hesitancy’ as a global health threat
Vaccine hesitancy, where people are reluctant or refuse to have themselves or their children vaccinated, is a growing trend among those fearing negative health outcomes from immunizations, such as the (non-existent) risk of autism.

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