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Al Jarreau, Grammy-winning jazz, pop and R&B singer, dies at 76

The Grammy-winning jazz artist Al Jarreau kicked the bucket on Sunday in a Los Angeles healing center, days in the wake of reporting his retirement from visiting because of weariness. Al Jarreau: My Old Friend:...

Viola Davis sceptical about success of #OscarsSoWhite at Baftas

The on-screen character Viola Davis is the most secure wagered at the current year's film grants season, getting practically each and every best supporting performer prize going for her execution as Denzel Washington's ambushed...

Trump powers ‘will not be questioned’ on immigration, senior official says

A senior White House guide on Sunday reviled government judges who have obstructed Donald Trump's dubious travel boycott, cautioning that "the entire world will soon observe" that the president's official forces "won't be addressed". White...

When smog hits the headlines

Daily paper features in January revealed to us that London's air contamination was more awful than Beijing. BBC writer Joseph D'Urso compared this to the heatwave climate stories each late spring that say Brighton...

China ‘seriously concerned’ after Trump questions Taiwan policy

The Chinese government has cautioned Donald Trump it is "genuinely worried" after the US president-elect showed he may eject a four-decade understanding with Beijing unless its pioneers were set up to strike another "arrangement"...

China riot police seal off city centre after smog protesters put masks on statues

An ecological challenge in China was forcefully put down at the end of the week, with a vast police nearness proceeding for quite a long time to avoid encourage shows in a surprisingly graceless...

Energy thinktank cuts coal demand forecast for fifth year in row

The volume of coal utilized over the world fell for the second year running in 2015 and is set to remain underneath pinnacle levels in 2016, revealed the International Energy Agency (IEA). The compelling research...

Donald Trump attempting to play Nixon’s ‘China card’ in reverse

By at the end of the day testing China's nerves over Taiwan, Donald Trump is infusing a perilous component of instability and eccentrics into US relations with Beijing – the correct inverse of what...

Epicentre of learning: the dairy farm teaching scientists how earthquakes form

At the point when dairy ranchers Gray and Vicki Eatwell bought a piece of cultivating area simply outside the minor west drift town of Whataroa in New Zealand, the land operator motioned enigmatically at...

Chinese state tabloid warns Donald Trump: ‘Pride goes before a fall’

A Communist gathering controlled daily paper has propelled a burning assault on Donald Trump after the president-elect undermined a realignment of his nation's strategies towards China, cautioning the US president-elect: "Pride goes before a...
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