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Young people, such as these three teenage girls, are taking the lead and mobilising their neighbourhoods and community to tackle the problem of plastic pollution.
WASHINGTON The White House is losing hope that congressional Republicans will back U.S. President Joe Biden's US$1.9 trillion coronavirus aid bill despite a campaign-style push that has won support from business leaders, local government officials, unions and voters
NEW YORK: Oil prices were mixed on Thursday with U.S. crude edging up to its highest close since 2019 as Texas refineries restarted production after last week's freeze, while Brent eased on worries that four months of gains will prompt producers to boost output.
(Reuters) - Texas state lawmakers on Thursday dug into the causes and cast blame for deadly power blackouts that left millions shivering in the dark as frigid temperatures caught its grid operator and utilities ill-prepared for skyrocketing power demand.
LA PAZ: Chinese Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccines arrived in Bolivia on Wednesday for the largest vaccination drive ever in the Latin American country.
FOLLOWING last week’s widespread power failures, Texas policymakers and the state electricity industry must decide whether the blackout was caused by genuinely unforeseeable weather conditions or a failure to plan properly.
(Reuters) - Tesla Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said the electric vehicle company's Fremont, California plant shut down for two days this week due to "parts shortages" and had reopened on Wednesday.
JOHOR BARU: The state Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry (KPDNHEP) has raided a workshop here for selling liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) without a valid licence.
(Reuters) - The day the military seized power in Myanmar three weeks ago, Phyu delved into her company's emergency funds and gave her staff a one-month advance on their salaries.