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French embassy in the Philippines congratulated and lauded the Philippine government on Tuesday for officially accepting the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.

Multiple American private space firms are trying to helping government-run space agency NASA to get rid of its expensive dependence on Russia.

Without acknowledging any breach, federal intelligence agency CIA has warned that recent WikiLeaks disclosure could hurt the intelligence community's ability to protect Americans against terrorists

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