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By Memphis Morning News Reporter On 18 Jul, 2019 At 08:50 PM | Categorized As Latest News | With No Comments

The concept of a carbon budget is dead simple: figure out how much CO2 humanity can pump into the atmosphere without pushing Earth’s surface temperature beyond a dangerous threshold. The 2015 Paris climate treaty enjoins the world to set that bar at “well below” two degrees Celsius (3.6 Fahrenheit) in order to avoid an upsurge […]


By Memphis Morning News Reporter On 18 Jul, 2019 At 01:58 PM | Categorized As Latest News | With No Comments

Senior members of Malaysia’s ruling People’s Justice Party called on leader Anwar Ibrahim to stop making “divisive statements,” the clearest sign yet of divisions over whether he should succeed Mahathir Mohamad as prime minister. The statement, signed by 23 of 64 members of the party’s supreme council, comes after Anwar called on his deputy, Minister […]


By Memphis Morning News Reporter On 18 Jul, 2019 At 11:31 AM | Categorized As Latest News | With No Comments

Director of the National Information Agency in Lebanon, Laure Suleiman, confirmed that the selection of the Council of Arab Information Ministers at the end of its 50th session at the headquarters of the Arab League in Cairo is the capital of Arab Media 2020. This is a step towards greater leadership, ambition and progress, Has […]


By Memphis Morning News Reporter On 18 Jul, 2019 At 09:06 AM | Categorized As Latest News | With No Comments

Vietnamese Deputy Minister of Defense Zhai Zhiwei said that navigation and aviation safety in the South China Sea is a common interest of all countries in the world. Vietnam will resolutely fight to safeguard Vietnam’s sovereignty and ensure the regional peace environment and the common interests of the South China Sea and the international community. […]


By Memphis Morning News Reporter On 18 Jul, 2019 At 08:12 AM | Categorized As Latest News | With No Comments

South Korean media reported that Korea’s foreign trade dependence in 2017 was 68.8%, 2.4 times that of Japan’s 28.1%. Among them, South Korea’s dependence on exports was 37.5%, Japan was 14.3%, and import dependence was 31.3% in Korea and 13.8% in Japan. South Korea’s joint news agency pointed out that according to information released by […]


By Memphis Morning News Reporter On 18 Jul, 2019 At 07:04 AM | Categorized As Latest News | With No Comments

American man Christopher Tapp was regained innocence today in a murder charged several decades ago. All evidence of DNA and gene genealogy technology was also the first to be used. Revolutionary investigative techniques have obtained this result. Agence France-Presse reported that the 43-year-old Tap was charged with sexual assault and murdering Angie Dodge in 1996. […]


By Memphis Morning News Reporter On 17 Jul, 2019 At 11:50 AM | Categorized As Latest News | With No Comments

Fifty years after a mighty rocket set off from Florida carrying the first humans to the Moon, a veteran of the Apollo 11 crew returned to its fabled launch pad Tuesday to commemorate “one giant leap” that became a defining moment in human history. “We crew felt the weight of the world on our shoulders, […]


By Memphis Morning News Reporter On 17 Jul, 2019 At 10:02 AM | Categorized As Latest News, Sports | With No Comments

Polish Olympic hammer champion Anita Wlodarczyk will not defend her world title later this year after undergoing knee surgery and will target the 2020 Tokyo Games, the athlete and her coach indicated on Tuesday. Wlodarczyk, 33, the hammer world record holder has dominated her event, winning gold at the last two Olympics and four world […]


By Memphis Morning News Reporter On 17 Jul, 2019 At 09:19 AM | Categorized As Latest News | With No Comments

On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Great Leader Kim Il Sung’s comrades, meetings were held in Belarussia, Austria, Sweden, Yemen, Uganda from 3 to 5 days. The gatherings were attended by people from various countries and crowds. President Kim Il Sung recalled that on July 8, the world progressive mankind isremembering the […]


By Memphis Morning News Reporter On 17 Jul, 2019 At 09:43 AM | Categorized As Latest News | With No Comments

President Rodrigo R. Duterte has signed a law on the mandatory reporting of epidemics and other health emergencies. The “Mandatory Reporting of Notifiable Diseases and Health Evens of Public Health Concern Act” was signed into law on April 26 but a copy of the document was only released to reporters on Tuesday (July 16). Under […]