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INTERVIEW-Don't despair, protect hard-won climate gains, says former Norway leader
LONDON, June 19 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The world must reject "fear and despondency" wrought by political setbacks and protect hard-won gains to tackle climate change such as the Paris agreement, Norway's former prime minister said in an interview on Tuesday.
British police say don't suspect terrorism after London blast
LONDON, June 19 (Reuters) - British police said on Tuesday that a blast at an underground station in north London was unlikely to be terror-related but investigations were ongoing.
Colombian pop star loses $785,000 in valuables at World Cup: reports
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Colombian pop singer Maluma was robbed of luxury items worth over 50 million roubles ($785,000) from his hotel room near Moscow's Red Square, Russian media reported on Tuesday, citing police sources.
COLUMN-Trumpâs dangerous approach to the âsupreme courtâ of global trade
June 19 (Reuters) - Nominations for the U.S. Supreme Court are intense, partisan battles. The stakes are high, and political actors go all out to win. By contrast, appointments to international courts tend to be more diplomatic affairs, as the issues are narrower and the courts have less power.
Merkel, Macron back euro zone budget in 'new chapter' for bloc
BERLIN (Reuters) - The leaders of Germany and France agreed on Tuesday to create a budget for the euro zone and hailed a "new chapter" for the currency union, but they left the details to be worked out later with other members of the 19-country bloc.
UPDATE 3-Merkel, Macron back euro zone budget in "new chapter" for bloc
BERLIN, June 19 (Reuters) - The leaders of Germany and France agreed on Tuesday to create a budget for the euro zone and hailed a "new chapter" for the currency union, but they left the details to be worked out later with other members of the 19-country bloc.
Merkel to Trump: Falling German crime stats 'speak for themselves'
BERLIN (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel coolly rebuffed U.S. President Donald Trump's assertion that migrants were behind a surge in crime in Germany, pointing to statistics that showed crime was in fact down.
Muguruza, Kvitova open grass campaigns with Birmingham wins
(Reuters) - Garbine Muguruza and Petra Kvitova kicked off their grass court seasons on Tuesday with comfortable victories in the first round of the Nature Valley Classic in Birmingham.
UPDATE 3-Iran rules out OPEC deal as Russia, Saudi push for oil output hike
VIENNA/MOSCOW, June 19 (Reuters) - Iran said on Tuesday OPEC was unlikely to reach a deal on oil output this week, setting the stage for a clash with Saudi Arabia and Russia, which are pushing to raise production steeply from July to meet growing global demand.
UK police investigating cause of "minor explosion" at underground station in London
LONDON (Reuters) - British police said on Tuesday they were investigating the cause of a "minor explosion" at Southgate underground station in north London and were advising people to avoid the area.
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