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Volkswagen's Dirty Diesels

Volkswagen has paid more than $7.4 billion to buy back about 350,000 U.S. diesel vehicles that are less efficient than lab tests claimed. As a result, Volkswagen AG has 37 secure storage facilities around the United States housing nearly 300,000 vehicles. VW must now buy back or fix 85 percent of the vehicles involved by June 2019 or face higher payments for emissions.

EU agrees to cut car emissions by 35% by 2030 | Money Talks

EU agrees to cut car emissions by 35% by 2030 | Money Talks

Myanmar farmers suffer climate change effects | Money Talks

Myanmar farmers suffer climate change effects | Money Talks

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Emissions threaten Himalayan glaciers

G20 countries responsible for 78% of all emmisions

G20 countries responsible for 78% of all emmisions

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Exclusive: former German general on grain deal, NATO and PKK

Exclusive: former German general on grain deal, NATO and PKK

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Pope Francis under fire for targeting Russia's ethnic minority soldiers

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Female Israeli soldiers subjected to sexual harassment – report

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Why are protests erupting in China

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Can football stay separate from politics?

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Klinsmann's Iran 'culture' remarks lead to backlash

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Churches in Denmark and Sweden cancel services amid energy crisis

TRT World Citizen Awards honour heroes from around the globe

TRT World Citizen Awards honour heroes from around the globe

Gaza opens its first virtual reality cafe

Gaza opens its first virtual reality cafe

A look at Malaysia's new prime minister: Anwar Ibrahim

A look at Malaysia's new prime minister: Anwar Ibrahim

Black World Cup stars subjected to racism on Twitter

Black World Cup stars subjected to racism on Twitter

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