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United States

Andrew R.C. Marshall

In the run-up to U.S. election, drilling lobby promotes natural gas as 'clean'

Aug 18 2020

WASHINGTON/LONDON America's biggest oil and gas lobby group is ramping up its advertising spending ahead of the November election to persuade voters that natural gas is a climate-friendly fuel, according to ad buying data.

Deaths soar at Britain's care homes as COVID-19 stalks elderly

Apr 10 2020

LONDON Thousands of care homes across Britain were locked down last month to stop COVID-19 from spreading among their frail and elderly residents. For Jamshad Ali, 87, it came anyway. | Video

London volunteers feed nurses for free as virus deaths surge

Mar 23 2020

LONDON As coronavirus deaths surge in Britain, a group of London volunteers has set up a catering service to provide free meals for hard-pressed nurses at a major public hospital fighting the pandemic.

London volunteers feed nurses for free as virus deaths surge

Mar 23 2020

LONDON, March 23 As coronavirus deaths surge in Britain, a group of London volunteers has set up a catering service to provide free meals for hard-pressed nurses at a major public hospital fighting the pandemic.

UK advertising watchdog investigates Shell's 'drive carbon neutral' campaign

Mar 02 2020

LONDON Britain's advertising watchdog has opened an investigation into claims by Shell that customers at its petrol stations can "drive carbon neutral", after receiving complaints from members of the public, the regulator said on Monday.

UK advertising watchdog investigates Shell's "drive carbon neutral" campaign

Mar 02 2020

LONDON, March 2 Britain's advertising watchdog has opened an investigation into claims by Shell that customers at its petrol stations can "drive carbon neutral", after receiving complaints from members of the public, the regulator said on Monday.

Special Report: Icebound - The climate-change secrets of 19th century ship's logbooks

Dec 11 2019

OXFORD, England On November 14, 1881, an American called George Melville limped across a frozen delta in Siberia and pulled a pole from the snow with his frost-bitten hands. | Video

Special Report: Khmer Riche - How relatives and allies of Cambodia's leader amassed wealth overseas

Oct 16 2019

NICOSIA/LONDON Cambodia's long-ruling prime minister, Hun Sen, had gathered athletes at his imposing office for a televised pep talk. "I don't want to mention politics," he began quietly.

English town evacuated after water cascades through damaged dam

Aug 02 2019

WHALEY BRIDGE, England Police evacuated thousands of residents from an English town on Thursday after torrents of water cascaded from a nearby reservoir after a dam was damaged, with officials warning that subsequent flooding posed a risk to life.

Thousands protest against Trump in London but fewer than last year

Jun 04 2019

LONDON Thousands of people protested in central London on Tuesday against U.S. President Donald Trump's pomp-laden state visit to Britain, but numbers were well down on the tens of thousands who gathered to oppose his visit last year.

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