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Dry California's new water strategy

Los Angeles, Aug 12 (UNI) Drought-stricken California announced a new water strategy to adapt to hotter, drier conditions caused by climate change as officials believe extreme weather could diminish water supply by up to 10 per cent by 2040 in the most populous US state.

To replace and replenish what the southwestern US state will lose to thirstier soils, vegetation, and the atmosphere, California Governor Gavin Newsom unveiled the actions to increase water supply and adapt to more extreme weather patterns.
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IDF says struck over 400 targets in Gaza Strip

IDF says struck over 400 targets in Gaza Strip

02 Dec 2023 | 3:53 PM

Jerusalem, Dec 2 (UNI) The Israel Defence Forces (IDF) said on Saturday that it had struck over 400 targets linked to Palestinian movement Hamas throughout the Gaza Strip, including arms storage facilities and infrastructure.

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China reports no new infectious diseases

02 Dec 2023 | 3:30 PM

Beijing, Dec 2 (UNI) The current acute respiratory diseases reported in China are all caused by known pathogens, and no new infectious diseases caused by new viruses or bacteria have been identified, a health official said Saturday, citing monitoring results.

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Troops kill 11 extremists in clash in southern Philippines

02 Dec 2023 | 2:32 PM

Manila, Dec 2 (UNI) Philippine troops have killed 11 alleged members of Dawlah Islamiya, an Islamic militant group, in a 20-minute clash in southern Philippines, a military spokesperson said on Saturday.

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Macron to visit Qatar for talks on Israel-Hamas conflict

Macron to visit Qatar for talks on Israel-Hamas conflict

02 Dec 2023 | 1:53 PM

Paris, Dec 2 (UNI) French President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday is scheduled to pay a diplomatic visit to Qatar, a key mediator in the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas and the broker of their truce and hostage deal.

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Hundred die in Somalia floods: UN

Hundred die in Somalia floods: UN

02 Dec 2023 | 1:47 PM

United Nations, Dec 2 (UNI) Flooding caused by heavy rains has killed almost 100 people and left some 750,000 people homeless in Somalia, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said on Friday.

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