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LONDON (Reuters) - A global task force set up by the G20 has developed a voluntary framework for companies to disclose the financial impact of climate-related risks and opportunities, drawing support from more than 100 companies with $11 trillion (8.5 trillion pounds) of assets.
GENEVA (Reuters) - A U.N. report on establishing a database of companies with business ties to Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank has been delayed, the U.N. Human Rights Council said on Monday.
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May will use her first bilateral trade trip since taking office to try to boost ties with India before leaving the European Union.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - China and the United States are expected to give the Paris climate change agreement a big push forward as the world's largest economies gather for the G20 summit this weekend, including potentially jointly announcing their ratification of the deal and action to curb fossil fuel subsidies, experts say.
LONDON/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey's botched coup and an apparent lurch towards authoritarianism is ratting investors and threatens to throw into reverse the hundreds of billions of dollars that have flowed to this once-booming emerging market.
Sleeping on an airplane with carry-on bags stowed safely overhead is common among travellers, but it has come with a certain risk over the past three years.
LONDON (Reuters) - Extreme floods like those swamping parts of Britain in recent months could become more frequent in Europe by 2050, more than quadrupling financial losses, if climate change worsens and more people live in vulnerable areas, research showed on Sunday.
LONDON (Reuters) - An inconclusive result in Italy's elections this weekend could prompt an even bigger sell-off in some markets than the return to power of scandal-mired Silvio Berlusconi, who led the country to the financial precipice in 2011.
A suicide bomber probably carried out the attack that killed eight people and injured dozens in a bus transporting Israeli tourists at the airport of the Black Sea city of Burgas, Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov said on Thursday.