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Storm damages space center in Japan, 130K still lack power

Pacific Ocean on Tuesday after killing two and injuring more than 100, paralyzing traffic and leaving thousands of homes without power.New damage was reported in southe

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Iran urges U.S. to prove reliability to rejoin Iranian nuclear deal

The United States, in order to rejoin the Iranian nuclear deal, must prove it reliable and show that it abides by the international norms, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spok

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UN, Moscow discuss Russian grain, fertilizer exports

Senior United Nations (UN) and Russian officials met in Geneva on Wednesday to discuss Russian complaints that Western sanctions were impeding its grain and fertilizer

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Russia cuts gas flows further as Europe makes savings plea

Russia delivered less gas to Europe on Wednesday in a further escalation of an energy stand-off between Moscow and the European Union that will make it harder, and cost

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U.S. should stop sending wrong signals to 'Taiwan independence' forces: spokesperson

The U.S. should avoid sending any more wrong signals to "Taiwan independence" separatist forces, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said on Tuesday.Zhao

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The power crunch in China's Sichuan eases due to rainfall

Extreme heat has hit many areas including Sichuan Province, which is located in southwest China, and is also China's biggest hydropower producer. The province saw suppl

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Germany, Canada partner on transatlantic hydrogen trade

The leaders of Canada and Germany signed a green hydrogen deal on Tuesday, laying a path for a transatlantic supply chain as Europe seeks to lessen its dependence on Ru

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