Putin has pledged carbon neutrality by 2060. He claims Russia's forests will do much of the work.
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Japan's Communists Are Hardly Radical, but Make a Handy Election Target
They have minimal support in polls. But by teaming up with other opposition parties for the first time, they have been made a boogeyman by the unpopular party in power.
Analysis | India Is No Place for U.S.-Style Investor Activism
Aggressive, no-holds-barred shareholder activism has met with plenty of cultural resistance in Asia, most notably in Japan and South Korea.
Dodgers: Should LA Give Dave Roberts That Contract Extension? Fans React
A report over the weekend revealed that Dave Roberts is hoping for and expecting discussions this winter about a contract extension with the Dodgers.
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Dodgers 2021 Season Post Mortem, Early Offseason Thoughts And More | Blue Heaven Podcast
The Dodgers fell to the Braves in 6 games in the NLCS and went home early once again. With that, it's unfortunately now time to look ahead at what is set to be a busy offseason for the LA front office.
BioNTech to work with Senegal, Rwanda to make mRNA vaccines
DAKAR, Senegal - Senegal and Rwanda have signed an agreement with German company BioNTech for the construction of its first start-to-finish factories to make messenger RNA vaccines in Africa.
FDA panel considers Pfizer's COVID-19 shot for young children
A Food and Drug Administration advisory panel will decide if they'll recommend a dose of the shot to the age group under 12, then the decision moves on to the CDC.
Aung San Suu Kyi to Defend Herself During 'Show Trial' in Myanmar
The United Nations has described the charges against the former leader as politically motivated. If convicted, she could face a maximum of 102 years in prison.