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Europe\'s Oil Giants Push for Carbon Pricing carbon emissions 1

The companies, which in the past have been criticized for not doing enough to tackle climate change or reduce greenhouse gas emissions, acknowledged that the current trend in greenhouse gas emissions is too high to meet the United Nation\'s target for limiting global warming by no more than 2 degrees.
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WHO Faults Tobacco Industry on Counterfeit Tobacco 1

The World Health Organization says one in every ten cigarettes consumed is illicit, making them cheaper and more accessible to unsuspecting smokers around the world.
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Fake AIDS, TB and Malaria Drugs Causing Thousands of Deaths - Study 1

There are currently around 1 million deaths annually due to malaria worldwide and the World Health Organization estimates that nearly 20 per cent of these deaths are associated with counterfeit antimalarial drugs.
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Talented Ugandan Artistes Asked to Study Music music in uganda 2

Talented Ugandan musicians urgently need to acquire education in music if they are to survive in the competitive local and global music industry.
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