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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's methane leak rate from oil and gas operations is twice as high as that of the world's top oil producer, the United States, a group of researchers found in a report due to be released this week.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - In the Argentine capital Buenos Aires, a city famed for its passionate tango dancing and romance, the pandemic is putting a dampener on couples making babies, with birthrates down by a quarter since COVID-19 struck early last year.
Of about eight million jobs created in the energy sector by 2050, 84% of them in the renewable energy, displacing fossil fuels, study finds.
Odenkirk is still receiving medical care, though the cause of the collapse has not been disclosed.
NEW YORK (China Daily/ANN): Looking at the latest China-US trade figures, fueled by voracious consumer demand, it would be hard to tell the two countries have been involved in a trade standoff for over three years.
PETALING JAYA: Expectations were high on divers Pandelela Rinong-Leong Mun Yee delivering Malaysia’s first medal but they failed to perform to their true capability.
TOKYO: Teen divers Chen Yuxi and Zhang Jiaqi blew their opponents away in the women’s 10m synchronised platform, extending China’s winning streak in the event to six Olympic Games.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazilian payments firm Conductor has hired banks for an initial public offering in the United States that could come as early as this year, as Latin America's financial sector is enlivened by the arrival of several newcomers, three sources familiar with the matter said.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Tuesday asserted Mexico's independence to send fuel as well as food and medical supplies to Cuba, which is grappling with a surge in coronavirus cases.
YOKOHAMA, Japan (Reuters) - Japan won the gold medal in softball at the Tokyo Games on Tuesday by beating the United States 2-0.