Climate change swells ranks of refugees as Trump administration retreats to the sidelines
From African farms shriveled into desert to monster storms revved up by warmer air over the oceans, climate change is stoking environmental disasters around the globe and uprooting millions of people a year - adding to a refugee crisis said to be the worst since World War II. The increasingly extreme...Continue reading ...
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British airline FlyBMI cancels all flights as company files for administration
British regional airline Flybmi delivers passenger flights to 24 destinations, including Brussels, Leeds, Munich and Bristol but announced it is suspending all operations.
Country star Miranda Lambert reveals secret marriage
The country singer has moved on from Blake Shelton and married new love Brendan Mcloughlin.
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Katy Perry engaged to Orlando Bloom: report
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