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Obama on climate change: We can't afford anyone on the sidelines

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Obama on climate change: We can't afford anyone on the sidelines

Obama on climate change: We can't afford anyone on the sidelines

Former President Barack Obama comments on international cooperation to end climate change at the COP26 international climate conference in Glasgow, Scotland.


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Biden, Obama and Others Pay Respects to Late Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid [Video]

Biden, Obama and Others Pay Respects to Late Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid

Biden, Obama and Others Pay Respects, to Late Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. The death of the former Democratic senator from Nevada was announced late on the night of Dec. 29. . He was 82 and had been battling pancreatic cancer for years. President Joe Biden referred to Reid as one of the all-time great U.S. senators. If Harry said he would do something, he did it. If he gave you his word, you could bank on it. That's how he got things done for the good of the country for decades, President Joe Biden, Statement, via Fox News. A boxer, he never gave up a fight—whether in politics or even against cancer, President Joe Biden, Statement, via Fox News. Harry looked at the challenges of the world and believed it was within our capacity to do good, to do right, and to do our part of perfecting the Union we all love, President Joe Biden, Statement, via Fox News. Former President Obama released a letter he had written to Reid when his health took a turn. You were a great leader in the Senate, and early on you were more generous to me than I had any right to expect, Former President Barack Obama, Released Letter, via Fox News. I wouldn’t have been president had it not been for your encouragement and support, and I wouldn’t have got most of what I got done without your skill and determination, Former President Barack Obama, Released Letter, via Fox News. Former President Bill Clinton described Reid as "one of the most effective Senate leaders our country has ever known.". He was a canny and tough negotiator who was never afraid to make an unpopular decision if it meant getting something done that was right for the country, Former President Bill Clinton, Statement, via Fox News. [I] will always be grateful for the opportunities I had to work with him as president, Former President Bill Clinton, Statement, via Fox News. Current Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer stated that Reid was "one of the most amazing individuals I've ever met.". [Reid] came from humble origins, but he never forgot where he came from and used those boxing instincts to fearlessly fight those who were hurting the poor and the middle class, Sen. Chuck Schumer, Majority Leader, Statement, via Fox News

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South Africa Enters Week of Mourning After Death of Desmond Tutu [Video]

South Africa Enters Week of Mourning After Death of Desmond Tutu

South Africa Enters Week of Mourning , After Death of Desmond Tutu . The death of Archbishop Desmond Tutu was announced on Dec. 26. The anti-apartheid icon was 90. Tutu will lay in state for two days before his Jan. 1 funeral. World leaders reacted to the news of his death. [Tutu was a man of] extraordinary intellect, integrity and invincibility against the forces of apartheid, Cyril Ramaphosa, President of South Africa, via 'The Guardian'. A universal spirit, Archbishop Tutu was grounded in the struggle for liberation and justice in his own country, but also concerned with injustice everywhere, Barack Obama, Former U.S. President, via 'The Guardian'. Citizens of South Africa also expressed their grief in reaction to the news. We are liberated due to him. If it was not for him, probably we would have been lost as a country. He was just good, Miriam Mokwadi, Mourner, via 'The Guardian'. I was very emotional this morning when I heard that he’d passed away. I thank God that he has been there for us, Brent Goliath, Mourner, via 'The Guardian'. We looked up to him as the adviser to everyone in the country, especially our politicians, Daphney Ramakgopa, Mourner, via 'The Guardian'. Tutu worked tirelessly for decades in South Africa for justice and the dismantling of apartheid. [His death is] another chapter of bereavement in our nation’s farewell to a generation of outstanding South Africans who have bequeathed us a liberated South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, President of South Africa, via 'The Guardian'. Tutu's work intersected with a host of issues, including assisted dying, political integrity and church doctrine concerning homosexuality. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984

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This Day in History: First Nobel Prizes Awarded [Video]

This Day in History: First Nobel Prizes Awarded

This Day in History: First Nobel Prizes Awarded. December 10, 1901. Named after Swedish inventor Alfred Nobel, the prizes were awarded in the fields of peace, literature, chemistry, physics and medicine. Having died five years earlier, Nobel had directed the creation of the prize to annually honor people who "have conferred the greatest benefit on mankind.”. Along with other high explosives, Alfred Nobel was the inventor of dynamite. It is thought he created the Nobel Prize due to his regret over the uses of his inventions in war. Notable winners of the prize are Marie Curie, Albert Einstein, Ernest Hemingway, Martin Luther King, Jr., Mikhail Gorbachev and Barack Obama. . Today, the prize is regarded as one of the highest honors in the various fields. It is awarded by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences

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2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference 26th UN Climate Change conference held in Glasgow, Scotland

"You hardly need any public money to invest in renewables" - Frans Timmermans [Video]

"You hardly need any public money to invest in renewables" - Frans Timmermans

"We're on the side of climate justice" - Frans Timmermans, the face of the EU's green deal, talks COP26, nuclear energy, Nord Stream 2 and more.

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Nicola Sturgeon: ‘Stick with restrictions for now’ [Video]

Nicola Sturgeon: ‘Stick with restrictions for now’

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says people in Scotland should limit indoor gatherings and “stay at home more than normal” over New Year’s. Report by Burnsla. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Yousaf: We're keeping the situation under constant review [Video]

Yousaf: We're keeping the situation under constant review

Scotland's Cabinet Secretary for Health and Social Care, Humza Yousaf, visited Perth Dewards Vaccine Centre in Scotland. Report by Browna. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Sturgeon defends decision not to ease self-isolation rules [Video]

Sturgeon defends decision not to ease self-isolation rules

Fully-vaccinated people in Scotland still have to self-isolate for ten days if they test positive for Covid. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says she will change the rules as soon as the benefits outweigh the risks. Report by Burnsla. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Meet the flying sea turtle who travelled 8,000 kilometres to Scotland [Video]

Meet the flying sea turtle who travelled 8,000 kilometres to Scotland

This injured sea turtle flew from the sunny Maldives to her new home in the Scottish lochs

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Large-scale Hogmanay celebrations cancelled in Scotland [Video]

Large-scale Hogmanay celebrations cancelled in Scotland

Scotland will see large-scale Hogmanay celebrations cancelled and live sports "effectively spectator-free" for three weeks from Boxing Day. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced new Covid restrictions on public events for the country in an effort to cut down transmission of the Omicron infections. Report by Alibhaiz. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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