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The pace of climate change has not been slowed by the global COVID-19 pandemic and the world remains behind in its battle to cut carbon emissions, the United Nations said on Thursday. The virus-related economic downturn caused only a temporary downturn in CO2 emissions last year and it was not enough to reverse rising levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said. "There was some thinking that the COVID lockdowns would have had a positive impact on the (…) atmosphere, which is not the case," WMO Secretary-General Petteri Taalas said at a news briefing.
What are nuclear-powered submarines, anyway? A guide to Australia’s looming military addition. We break down the details and the pros and cons of the technology in the defence deal with the US and UK
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‘Right decision’ to scrap French submarines but South Australian jobs will be lostSenator Rex Patrick says there were doubts over the Shortfin Barracuda but ‘it’s a huge jump’ to building a nuclear submarineExplainer: What are nuclear-powered submarines, anyway?Get our free news app; get our morning email briefing An artist's impression of a Shortfin Barracuda submarine designed by French firm DCNS. Senator Rex Patrick says walking away from the program was necessary but ‘you can’t ignore billio
Britain's defence minister said that a new submarine pact with the United States and Australia did not represent a strategic difference between Britain and France, although he understood Paris's disappointment at the loss of the contract. The new partnership ends Australia's 2016 deal with French shipbuilder Naval Group to build it a new submarine fleet worth $40 billion. Defence Secretary Ben Wallace told the BBC he had spoken to his French counterpart and said: "This is not about a strategic difference between Britain and France."
Piers said he wanted to share his TRIC award with his former Good Morning Britain co-host at Wednesday’s ceremony.
Youth services in England and Wales ‘face being decimated’. Calls for more funding and 50,000 new workers and volunteers to meet steep rise in demand during Covid
She’s dressed everyone from Rihanna to Bella Hadid, and now she’s back at London Fashion Week after a two-year hiatus. Chloe Street meets Supriya Lele, the new name to know
The French shipbuilder Naval has described Australia's decision to cancel a multi-billion euro contract to build twelve submarines as a "major disappointment". The deal – first agreed in 2016 – has been the subject of debate in Australia for years over potential delays and rising costs. Naval is now in line for tens of millions of euros in compensation from Canberra for breaking the contract. Also today, we look at the latest worries over Chinese property developer Evergrande.
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A convoy of tanker trucks carrying Iranian diesel has crossed the border from Syria into Lebanon
Environmentalists in Sri Lanka are challenging a court order that would allow the return of 14 illegally captured wild elephants to people accused of buying them from traffickers
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Stocks are mostly lower in Asia after the region's two biggest economies released data that were weaker than expected
Morrison evades question on when he found out about blind trust payment toward Christian Porter’s legal feesThe PM suggests there may be consequences if Porter breached ministerial guidelines as political pressure on the industry minister growsGet our free news app; get our morning email briefing Prime minister Scott Morrison addressing the media on Thursday. Morrison would not reveal if Christian Porter advised him of a blind trust’s part payment of his legal fees. Photograph: Mike Bowers/The G
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