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Shell Spreads Its Bets Around as It Prepares for a Greener Future
Royal Dutch Shell’s acquisition of a small British energy firm shows how the world’s oil giants are navigating a shift away from their core products.

Tue, 15 May 2018 04:01:09 GMT


California Will Require Solar Power for New Homes
The state mandate, to take effect in 2020, is the first in the country and is expected to add $8,000 to $12,000 to the cost of a house.

Wed, 09 May 2018 13:31:00 GMT


Trump’s Solar Tariffs Cause a Scramble in the Industry
Some companies are moving manufacturing to the United States, even as petitions for exemptions continue. But the rate of installations has slowed.

Thu, 03 May 2018 09:00:08 GMT


Earth, Wind and Liars
On energy, Trump and company are trying to stop technological progress.

Mon, 16 Apr 2018 23:41:41 GMT


How the U.S.-China Trade Conflict Has Evolved
The United States wants American companies to have a level playing field with their Chinese counterparts. China wants to build its industries into sophisticated global competitors. Both countries have demonstrated a willingness to offer concessions — and escalate tensions — to get what they want.

Thu, 05 Apr 2018 17:09:55 GMT

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Dozens of Cameroon Youth Killed in South
English-speaking Cameroonians are burying 30 members of their community who were killed Thursday in the northwestern town of Pinyin. The government has not issued a statement but residents say the military stormed a local hotel, claiming some people had been taken hostage by suspected armed separatists fighting for the Independence of the English-speaking regions of Cameroon. The residents say the military then killed everyone they saw. Hundreds mourn their dead and seek to identify...

Sun, 27 May 2018 09:38:08 -0400


1 New Ebola Death Confirmed in Congo, Bringing Total to 12
Another person has died in Congo of a confirmed case of Ebola, bringing the number of fatalities to 12, said the country's Health Ministry. The new death happened in Iboko, a rural area in northwestern Equateur province, said the Health Ministry statement released Sunday. There are also four new suspected cases in the province, said the statement.   Congo now has 35 confirmed Ebola cases.   Health workers have identified people who have been in contact with confirmed...

Sun, 27 May 2018 08:05:22 -0400


Spain Rescues 366 Migrants in Mediterranean
Spain's maritime rescue service says it has rescued 366 migrants attempting the dangerous crossing of the Mediterranean Sea this weekend.   The service says that its rescue craft has intercepted 73 migrants traveling in four small boats on Sunday, adding to the 293 migrants it pulled from nine vessels on Saturday.   Driven out by violent conflict and extreme poverty, tens of thousands of migrants attempt to reach Spain and other southern European countries each year by...

Sun, 27 May 2018 07:04:18 -0400


Zangbeto: Voodoo Savior of Benin's Mangroves
In a wooden canoe on the waters of the Mono River in southwest Benin, a strange cone-shaped effigy in purple raffia and topped with horns sails back and forth through the mangroves. The Zangbeto — the traditional voodoo guardian of the night — once policed the streets to maintain law and order and scare away its enemies. But the revered deity, which is still feared and rules on village disputes, is now working to protect the rich mangrove ecosystem from threats from...

Sun, 27 May 2018 06:30:23 -0400


Libyan Election Talks Begin Soon in Paris
Libyan rivals will meet Tuesday in Paris to agree on a political roadmap that aims to resolve disputed issues and pave the way for U.N.-backed elections this year. U.N. Special Representative Ghassan Salame has been leading the latest push to unify and stabilize Libya, seven years after the uprising that toppled and then killed Moammar Gadhafi. Salame told the U.N. Security Council on May 21 that he had given up trying to amend a stalled 2015 peace deal and was instead focusing on...

Sun, 27 May 2018 05:38:15 -0400


Senegal's Biennale Art Expo Opens Opportunities for Local Artisans
Since its first edition in 1990, the Dak'Art Biennale in Senegal has become a key event in the world of African contemporary art. This year, the main international expo features the work of 75 artists from 33 countries. But the biennial also offers a chance for local Senegalese artists to showcase their work. Sofia Christensen reports from Dakar's historic Medina neighborhood.

Sun, 27 May 2018 01:58:00 -0400