A British scientist argues that global warming could lead to a future of more intense volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. And while some dismiss his views as preposterous, he points to a body of recent research that shows a troubling link between climate change and the Earth’s most destructive geological events.
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An anti-austerity backlash by voters in Greece and France shook the euro zone on Monday, causing jitters for the euro currency and stock markets amid deepening doubts about whether
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Do consumers in emerging economies spend more responsibly? Those consumers seem to be doing the most to reward businesses that support societal causes, according to a recent survey.
Parents in the capital can now access their children's academic records with the swipe of an Emirates ID card.
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Just for a moment, forget whether you're pro-nuclear or anti-nuclear, and reflect on the coalition government's policy for nuclear power.
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