Friday,
04 December 2020

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Denmark to stop pumping oil, gas in North Sea (12)
The Associated Press December 4, 2020, 5:46 AM COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) - Denmark has decided to end to all oil and gas offshore activities in the North Sea by 2050 and has cancelled its latest licensing round, saying the country is "now putting an end to the fossil era." The Danish Parliament voted late Thursday to end the offshore gas and oil extraction that started in 1972 and has made it the largest producer in the
US labels China biggest threat to freedom since World War Two (13)
By Arinze Asuzu Last updated Dec 4, 2020 The top U.S. intelligence official stepped up the Trump administration's harsh attacks on Beijing, labeling China the biggest threat to democracy and freedom worldwide since World War Two and saying it was bent on global domination. "The intelligence is clear: Beijing intends to dominate the U.S.
World to mark International Volunteer Day (3)
NEW YORK, 4th December, 2020 (WAM) - On Saturday, 5th December, the international community will observe the International Volunteer Day, IVD, under the theme: ''Together We Can Through Volunteering'', to recognise the importance of efforts made by volunteers throughout the world to help those who are not able to help themselves, those excluded and left behind. The Day is an opportunity for all to promote volunteerism, encourage
Holiday movies, music specials arrive to light a bleak year (4)
Bring on the sentimental holiday rom-coms, the chorus of Christmas music specials and the nostalgia of last century's animated charmers By LYNN ELBER AP Television Writer December 3, 2020, 9:30 PM LOS ANGELES - Bring on the sentimental holiday rom-coms, the chorus of Christmas music specials and the nostalgia of last century's animated charmers.
Supreme Court sees new requests for religious COVID-19 carve-outs (1)
By John Kruzel - 12/03/20 06:00 AM EST © Bonnie Cash The Supreme Court faces new requests from religious groups seeking exemptions from pandemic-related limits that they say amount to faith-based discrimination, even as the country is undergoing another surge in coronavirus cases. The latest requests came after the justices agreed on Thanksgiving eve to bar New York authorities from enforcing attendance restrictions at churches
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