CNN : world
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The most powerful person in Boris Johnson’s inner circle is spiraling out of control  05h02 22 février
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Germany’s far right shows its true strength: feeding political chaos  20h13 21 février
It only took one vote in one state parliament for Germany’s populist far right to break a decades-long political taboo, topple Chancellor Angela Merkel’s chosen successor and trigger a political crisis whose implications reach even beyond the country’s borders.
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Gunman shared ’racist’ conspiracy theories before attack  11h03 21 février
The gunman suspected of killing nine people at two shisha bars in Hanau, Germany, is believed to have a far-right background, prosecutors said. The shootings have sparked outrage across Germany. CNN’s Melissa Bell reports from Hanau.
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Mexican man charged with acting as a Russian agent ordered to remain behind bars  00h57 22 février
The Mexican national accused of being a Russian agent in the United States was ordered to remain in custody by a federal judge during a hearing Friday in Miami.
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Why Russia wants to help Trump  13h39 21 février
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Burger King advertises moldy Whoppers  21h41 19 février
Burger King is re- molding the image of its signature Whopper in a nauseating new ad campaign that promotes efforts to eliminate artificial preservatives and other additives from the company’s menu.
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Europe unveils a new plan to compete with Silicon Valley  17h07 19 février
Europe knows it fell behind the United States and China on the technologies that dominated the past decade. Now it has a plan to catch up.
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The UK just gave the car industry 15 years to ditch fossil fuels  13h38 04 février
Britain will ban sales of new gasoline and diesel cars from 2035 five years earlier than planned heaping pressure on an auto industry that is already struggling to cope with a global sales slump and the fallout from Brexit.
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America is now the world’s top oil producer  01h37 08 novembre
By any measure, America’s rapid expansion to a record 12 million barrels of oil output a day has been a global game-changer.
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Africans face the most expensive internet charges in the world. Why?  10h31 22 octobre
Consumers in African countries are paying some of the highest rates in the world for internet access as a proportion of income, according to a new report released Tuesday.
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US cities are losing 36 million trees a year. Here’s why it matters   16h44 18 septembre
If you’re looking for a reason to care about tree loss, the nation’s latest heat wave might be it. Trees can lower summer daytime temperatures by as much as 10 degrees Fahrenheit, according to a recent study.
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Miami’s Little Haiti wasn’t a target for developers. Until the seas started to rise  15h14 12 juillet
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How rich people could help save the planet from the climate crisis  09h20 12 juillet
Rich people don’t just have bigger bank balances and more lavish lifestyles than the rest of us -- they also have bigger carbon footprints.
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How to turn 100 into a 1 million Picasso  16h08 21 février
Art lovers are being given the chance to own a Picasso painting valued at around 1 million. The price? Just 100 ( 108) -- the cost of a ticket for a charity raffle to be drawn in March.
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Passion and war: 7 famous Picasso paintings  10h23 03 février
It’s hard to imagine a visual record of the 20th century without Pablo Ruiz Picasso. With his bold shapes and characteristic angles, the Spanish artist captured everything from the horrors of war to the boundless possibilities of the human form.