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(Reuters) – Oklahoma intends to resume executions of condemned inmates using lethal injections after suspending capital punishment in 2015 following a series of botched executions, state officials said on Thursday. FILE PHOTO: Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter listens to arguments on the first day of a trial accusing Johnson & Johnson of engaging in deceptive
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WARSAW (Reuters) – Making Poland’s 1 GW power plant in Ostroleka gas-fired instead of coal-fuelled as planned may delay the project beyond 2023, Poland’s minister responsible for energy infrastructure Piotr Naimski said on Tuesday. FILE PHOTO: Belchatow Power Station, Europe’s largest coal-fired power plant operated by PGE Group, is pictured near Belchatow, September 12, 2018.
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MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions were roughly unchanged in the 12 months ended June as a long-running drought hit cattle and sheep farming, shriveling emissions from agriculture and offsetting sharp increases from the natural gas industry. FILE PHOTO: FILE PHOTO: Dead trees are seen in a drought-affected paddock in New South Wales, Australia,
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(Reuters) – California, the seventh-biggest U.S. oil producing state, on Tuesday unveiled new regulations for drillers as it seeks to wind down its reliance on fossil fuels. FILE PHOTO: People protest against fracking and neighborhood oil drilling in Los Angeles, California, U.S., May 14, 2016. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson/File Photo The announcement by Governor Gavin Newsom underscored
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