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Hope on stemming climate change, but all must take part
China, producing a quarter of the world’s carbon emissions, has an instrumental role in reducing levels so that global temperatures can be kept in check. President Xi Jinping’s pledge at the recent virtual Climate Ambition Summit to further cut carbon dioxide outflows by “at least” 65 percent over 2005 amounts by 2030 is obviously a welcome decision.
CIIE to bring hope, confidence to global economy, says scholar
The upcoming China International Import Expo (CIIE) will bring hope and confidence to the global economy, an associate professor at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy of the National University of Singapore has told Xinhua.
Oxford COVID vaccine trials offer hope for the elderly
A vaccine considered a frontrunner in the race to protect the global population from COVID-19 has produced a robust immune response in elderly people, the group at highest risk from the disease, according to two people familiar with the finding.
Glasgow street sees biggest drop in air pollution in UK
A Glasgow street has seen its air quality transformed during lockdown pollution dropped drastically.
Rouhani: People hope for close ties between executive, legislative branches
Iran’s new Parliament to kick off on Wednesday
Cyprus says 60% dip in tourism best to hope for amid coronavirus pandemic
Cyprus expects a 60 percent drop in arrivals or 1.5 million tourists in the best-case scenario due to the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Deputy Tourism Minister Savvas Perdios told CNA.
New hope for COPD patients possible with in-home device
In a new paper published in JAMA, Mayo Clinic researchers describe the benefits of in-home noninvasive ventilation therapy — which includes a type referred to as bi-level positive airway pressure, or BiPAP — for many patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). The team identified a number of benefits, including reduced mortality, fewer hospital admissions, lower risk of intubation, improved shortness of breath, and fewer emergency department visits.
'First ray of hope' as German economy returns to growth
The German economy returned to growth in the first quarter as householders spent more freely and construction activity picked up, but the government cautioned that the outlook remained clouded by trade disputes.
Technology hope for African farmers
In Africa, a startup scene is taking shape, capable of lifting millions out of poverty by transforming the continent’s largest industry: Agriculture.
‘Gene map for depression’ sparks hope for improved treatments
New treatments for depression, a condition that affects over 300 million people globally, could be expected after scientists mapped out the genetic foundation of the mental disorder in the largest study of its kind.

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