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Fast Company
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It's the biggest cosmetics brand in the world, and it's out to prove that businesses in any sector can make conscious choices to cut their environmental footprint. It's the biggest cosmetics brand in the world, and it's out to prove that businesses in any sector can make conscious choices to cut their environmental footprint. Valued at $13.69 billion and employing around 78,000 people worldwide, the L'Oréal Group is the largest and most profitable company in the cosmetics industry. Between 2005 and 2016, it increased production volume across its 34 brands by 29%. But in the same time frame, the company reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by 67%. "We are really serious about sustainability across all of our products and services," Alexandra Palt, L'Oréal's chief sustainability officer, tells Fast Company . And that commitment, she adds, can go hand in hand with economic success. Read Full Story
The Hill
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BBC News 24
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But aside from the practical realities besides this challenge, as a symbol of the leader of the United Kingdom she was absolutely right and she had to make that statement as the symbol of Britain. Of course. She was right to say that but it is to a certain extent rhetoric and.
The Economic Times
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Yogi's elevation shows how brave Modi is. Read whyOne has to grant Narendra Modi this: even at his peak, he has promoted a new leader, two decades younger than him. It could be a great gamble.
Cotswold Journal
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KyivPost
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A Crimean Tatar leader who has criticized Russia's seizure of the Black Sea peninsula appears likely to face trial soon on what he says are spurious charges of separatism. Read more here. The post RFE/RL: Crimean Tatar leader likely to face trial soon on separatism charge appeared first on KyivPost .
Politico
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But Enroll America, which led sign-up efforts across the country, is shutting down a year ahead of schedule, and its leader Anne Filipic says that Trump's actions have complicated her group's work. The group held thousands of enrollment events over the last three years, and there’s no obvious group to step up and fill the void. Already, reckless rhetoric and unserious proposals are sowing confusion and uncertainty, making it harder for assisters to do their jobs and for eligible consumers to get the coverage they deserve,” Filipic warned last week. Trump’s own musings about simply letting Obamacarefail” — a concept he first openly raised in January — have sent shock waves through the health care industry. Humana has pulled out of the ACA’s exchanges for next year, and other companies warn that the uncertainty may drive them away — though Trump also has met with insurance executives about transitioning to a post-Obamacare system.
Sky News
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Welcome back to Westminster and the aftermath of yesterday's attack. As you can see, the streets around the Palace of Westminster are sealed off this morning and with me is the Liberal Democrat leader, Tim Farron MP
BBC News 24
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Also with us, leader bridge, your.
BBC News 24
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live from Westminster. Also with us, leader bridge, your reflections, having experience what you extends 12 years ago? It has taken me right back. I was in the tube that got bombed, and when the news broke yesterday and the photo started appearing on the net, I was at my office and I said I can't see this
ABC News - International
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Zimbabwe's 93-year-old leader might be slowing down, but his busy foreign travels have led the opposition to call him the "non-resident president."
The Sun Daily
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He also said that zero progress has been made on the Red Notice issued by Interpol to apprehend the four suspects in the assassination who had since fled back to Pyongyang. Jong-nam, the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was assassinated by two women assailants who wiped his face with the deadly VX nerve agent at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 on Feb 13.
Politico
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Bleacher Report
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He has the knack of finding Henry, who's clever at pulling wide. At his best, Vieira was thrilling to watch. However, he was also a fighter. Too frequently, Arsenal appear to be bullied by the opposition. They seem to shirk some of the more physical aspects of the game. Their reputation these days is for aestheticism rather than athleticism. Vieira would change thathe was never one to back down from a challenge. Crucially, he was also a leader. His leadership style was different to Adams'he was less vocal than his English predecessor. However, he led by example. Vieira was an inspirational presence on the field, driving those around him to raise their standards to meet his impeccable level. The same was true of Henry , who was not a natural captain but still inspired others with his breathtaking brilliance. It was inevitable he would receive plenty of votesafter all, he is the greatest goalscorer in Arsenal's history.
Western Morning News
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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has cancelled one of his visits to South Devon today in the wake of the Westminster terrorist incident. Mr Corbyn has two scheduled visits to the region today.He was due in Dartmouth this morning, and in Torquay this afternoon. His first visit was swiftly called off in the wake of yesterday's incident.Four people died in the Westminster attack, and it was revealed this morning that seven arrests had been made. Devon and Cornwall was on high alert in case of further...
Western Morning News
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Devon and Cornwall Police have revealed they are on 'high alert' following the attack on Westminster yesterday. A scheduled visit to South Devon today by Labour leader Jeremy Corby has been cancelled following the attack. What we know so far: Five people have died and approx 40 people are injured following the attack. A car drove into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge, killing two people, before crashing outside parliament. The driver then tried to enter Parliament and stabbed an...
Western Morning News
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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has cancelled one of his visits to South Devon today in the wake of the Westminster terrorist incident. Mr Corbyn has two scheduled visits to the region today.He was due in Dartmouth this morning, and in Torquay this afternoon. His first visit was swiftly called off in the wake of yesterday's incident.Four people died in the Westminster attack, and it was revealed this morning that seven arrests had been made. Devon and Cornwall was on high alert in case of further...
The Sun Daily - World News
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LONDON: British police shot a suspected attacker outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Wednesday after an officer was stabbed in what police said was a "terrorist" incident. Four people were killed and 40 injured after being run over and stabbed in a lightning attack at the gates of British democracy attributed by police to "Islamist-related terrorism". The building in the heart of the British capital was immediately sealed off and MPs and staff ordered to remain inside. David Lidington, the leader of parliament's lower House of Commons who is responsible for arranging government business, told MPs: "What I am able to say to the house is there has been a serious incident. "It seems that a police officer has been stabbed, that the alleged assailant was shot by armed police. "There are also reports of further violent incidents in the vicinity of the Palace of Westminster," he said.
Voice Of America
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Union leader Ivan Freites, a PDVSA critic, said Venezuelan refineries, which have been at around half capacity for months amid outages, only had oil inventories for around two days versus a standard of 15. "To solve this immediately, we would need deliveries from at least 10 tankers," he said. In Venezuela's industrial city of Puerto Ordaz, the problem has been increasing this week and National Guard soldiers were trying to maintain order at operational service stations. "We've been working extra hours, opening before 6 a.m and closing after 11 p.m. because of the lines," said Caura service station manager Felix Rodriguez, tired and with blood-shot eyes, adding he had not been given a reason for the slow deliveries.
The Hill
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Daily Mail - Australia
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Mashable
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Here's a shrimp that'll require a pretty big barbie on which to throw it. More accurately, it's a giant leader prawn. And it just so happens to be as large as a human forearm and weighs 300 grams (10 oz). SEE ALSO: Koalas don't like water but they're being 'driven to drink' by climate change The crustacean was captured in Australia's Gulf of Carpentaria, where it was photographed by Kai Thomas and sent to ABC News . Just look at the damn thing. "That's a pretty significant prawn," Austral Fisheries northern division manager, Andrew Prendergast, told the news outlet, adding that it was rare to catch prawns larger than 300 grams. Read more... More about Shrimp , Prawn , Animals , Australia , and Watercooler