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Washington. Energy giant Exxon Mobil has asked the Trump administration not to scrap US participation in the landmark Paris climate agreement, running counter to White House moves on carbon emissions, AFP reports.

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Turkey has not quite gone away as an issue in Bulgarian politics

Turkey has not quite gone away as an issue in Bulgarian politics

29 March 2017 | 02:55 | Independent Balkan News Agency The March 2017 parliamentary elections in Bulgaria may be over, but the issue of Turkey's role in Bulgarian domestic politics that so dominated the days before the vote has not gone away - and is not likely to for many years.

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