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Global warming

Videographic about global warming. Temperatures in southern Australia topped 49 degrees on Thursday, shattering previous records.
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Girl dies, truck driver missing after French bridge collapse

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Georgia: riot police use water cannons to disperse protesters

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Emirates announces $16 billion deal to buy 50 Airbus 350

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