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11. news | 05 Nov 2013
» The chance of limiting global temperature increases to two degrees Celsius this century are swiftly diminishing, a new United Nations report warned Tuesday, ahead of the body’s annual climate talks next week.
12. business | 21 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: Asia focus
» Mention cola to most people and two names will come immediately to mind. At least, that used to be the case. But as new fronts open in the global cola wars, Coke and Pepsi have plenty of company. Even cola itself is incr...
13. lifestyle | 29 Nov 2013
» In the culinary world, age does say something about quality. The years make you more intense, more worldly and more honourable.
14. news | 14 Dec 2013
» A regional cold snap spread to Egypt on Friday, with some Cairo suburbs seeing snowfall for the first time in years, a weather official said.
15. news | 18 Dec 2013
» It is already cold in the northern region, and it will get colder over the next several days, the Meteorological Department said on Wednesday.
16. learning | 06 Jun 2011
» A new energy generation technology turns coal into gas and ensures cleaner emissions but is 50% more expensive. However, global warming concerns may soon lower costs.
17. news | 06 Nov 2013
» The prospect of a winter World Cup in 2022 is causing mounting anger among the leaders of skiing, ice hockey and other cold weather sports who fear the crushing power of football fever.
18. news | 12 Nov 2013
» China has blamed a fiery attack in Tiananmen Square on "terrorists" from Xinjiang backed by international militants, but residents say that rather than jihadism, violence is driven by cultural repression, corruption and ...
19. news | 11 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: News
» The Stop Global Warming Association has demanded the 350-billion-baht water management scheme be suspended now the House has been dissolved.
20. news | 14 Dec 2013
» Two southern provinces remain flooded, while five provinces in the upper North and the Northeast have been declared cold disaster zones.