Boris Johnson has said NATO does not want to “descend into a new Cold War” with China. Speaking ahead of the summit in Brussels, the prime minister said the East Asian nation had become a “new strategic consideration” for NATO but he also said there would be “opportunities” to engage. “I don’t think anybody around
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The theory that Martin Bashir was rehired by the BBC to cover up events surrounding his Panorama interview with Princess Diana is “completely unfounded”, a review has found. An investigation has concluded that no one involved in Mr Bashir‘s recruitment in 2016 had knowledge of all of the matters contained in the Lord Dyson report
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Originally published on NRDC Expert Blog.By Ariana Gonzalez, Director, Colorado Policy, Climate & Clean Energy Program After months of drafting, negotiating, and rallying around legislation in the Colorado State Capitol, the General Assembly has adjourned. Looking back over the past six months, it’s clear that achieving enforceable and equitable climate action was a top priority not
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In this article TSLA Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla. Christophe Gateau/picture alliance via Getty Images Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Sunday said the company will resume bitcoin transactions once it confirms there is reasonable clean energy usage by miners. “When there’s confirmation of reasonable (~50%) clean energy usage by miners with positive future trend, Tesla
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System administrator Alexander Landmann carries a server in the computer centre of Deutsche Bahn in Berlin on Oct. 22, 2020. Britta Pedersen | picture alliance | Getty Images Microsoft employees slept in the software company’s data centers during the height of the coronavirus pandemic, an executive said on Wednesday. While many top technology companies directed
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