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(Reuters) - Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus said that he put too much pressure on himself to score and the burden of a barren run threatened to take its toll on the Brazilian striker who surpassed 100 career goals on Wednesday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union leaders are meeting in Brussels on Thursday and Friday for talk on climate, the EU's long-term budget, Brexit, the euro zone and Russia sanctions, among others.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Thousands of baby grey-headed flying foxes have been abandoned by their mothers in the latest example of wildlife devastation caused by Australia's severe drought and bushfires, which disrupted the bats' ability to produce milk for their offspring.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian police are investigating the theft of tens of thousands of litres of drinking water from a council site on the far north coast of the drought- and bushfire stricken state of New South Wales.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Cristiano Ronaldo and Gonzalo Higuain scored late goals as already-qualified Juventus beat hosts Bayer Leverkusen 2-0 in the Champions League Group D finale on Wednesday to eliminate the Germans from the competition.
THE crowd was thin, only about a quarter of the 20,000-capacity stadium was filled, probably because the local big star was not there. But that did not take away from the highlight of the track and field events at the SEA Games.
CAN THO (ANN): Asean-member countries have vowed to take immediate action to resolve problems caused by worsening drought in South-east Asia, especially in Vietnam's Mekong Delta region, which is especially susceptible to global warming.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Devastating bushfires that blanketed Australia's largest city with hazardous smoke this week have heightened public anger and raised political pressure on the government to do more to battle climate change.
SINGAPORE: Climate change threatens food supplies if extreme weather conditions hit more than one grain producing region at a time, scientists warned on Tuesday (Dec 10).
WASHINGTON (ANN): Myanmar is one of the most vulnerable countries in the world to the effects of climate change, and is grossly unprepared to deal with the consequences, warns historian Dr Thant Myint-U.