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14 Jan 2018
Global Rights Organisation has cautioned government against plans to generate 30 per cent of its energy needs from coal. The body pointed out that not only is coal power the largest single contributor to greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide, it is also responsible for 41 per cent of mercury emission, which can…

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Tottenham announced on Friday that France international goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has signed a new contract at the Premier League club.
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