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Europe told to prepare for Russia turning off gas

The head of the International Energy Agency has warned that Russia may stop supplying gas to Europe this winter.

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Hundreds of elephants to be carried across Malawi

Wildlife authorities in Malawi say they are transferring 250 elephants to a national park where the population has fallen significantly mainly because...

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Chinese tornado rips through buildings and power cables

Footage from China's state broadcaster, CCTV, has emerged showing a tornado striking the southern Chinese city of Foshan.

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Southern China hit by severe rains, floods

Vast tracts of southern China were pounded by severe storms, triggering flooding in cities and mudslides in rural areas, as the first bout of summer r...

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Black sky follows Shanghai chemical plant explosions

Several fires at a petrochemical plant in Shanghai have blackened the sky, amid fears of environmental damage, as the refinery is located near Shangha...

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Congo peat under threat

A giant slab of carbon-rich peat, discovered in central Africa, is under threat from uncontrolled development posing a significant risk for future cli...

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Huge methane emission from Russian coal mine

A Canadian firm that operates orbiting methane sensors says it's detected the biggest emission of the gas from a single facility it's ever seen.

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Biden says U.S. will pay the bill for New Mexico wildfire recovery

The U.S. government will fund New Mexico's full wildfire response, according to President Joe Biden.

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Spain melts under the earliest heat wave in over 40 years

Spain suffers from the earliest heat wave in over 40 years. A cloud of hot air from North Africa has sent temperatures soaring, according to AEMET for...

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Chilean lake turns to desert, sounding climate change alarm

The drought has hit mine output in the world's largest copper producer, stoked tensions over water use for lithium and farming, and led capital Santia...