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Obama, Iraqi PM want tighter security after Green Zone storming | Reuters

May 22, 2016

Obama, Iraqi PM want tighter security after Green Zone storming | Reuters

WASHINGTON U.S. President Barack Obama and Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi agreed on the need for tighter security in Baghdad's fortified Green Zone after protesters stormed the area, the White House said on Saturday. #India #Middle East #United Kingdom #Copyright #Foreign policy #Green #article
Protesters storm Baghdad's Green Zone, dozens hurt | Reuters

May 21, 2016

Protesters storm Baghdad's Green Zone, dozens hurt | Reuters

BAGHDAD Iraqi security forces opened fire on protesters who stormed into Baghdad's heavily-fortified Green Zone on Friday and entered the cabinet building, drawing calls for revolt from a powerful Shi'ite Muslim cleric. Dozens of demonstrators were injured by tear gas and live fire, witnesses said #Middle East #markets #Crime #Argentina #Copyright #Iraq #Green
Iraqi PM vows to prevent another Green Zone breach, sacks security chief | Reuters

May 06, 2016

Iraqi PM vows to prevent another Green Zone breach, sacks security chief | Reuters

BAGHDAD Iraq's prime minister vowed on Thursday to prevent another breach of Baghdad's Green Zone, hours before a planned protest by followers of a senior Shi'ite cleric, hundreds of whom stormed the fortified complex last week. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's promise came just a day after he sacked Green Zone security chief, Lieutenant-General Mohammed Ridha, replacing him with Major General Kareem Abboud al-Tamimi, sources said. Ridha had appeared in videos kissing Sadr's hand as he entered Baghdad's Green Zone and began a sit-in in March. #Politics #Middle East #markets #United Kingdom #crisis #Green
Washington shuts down government, New York rebounds after blizzard | Reuters

Jan 25, 2016

Washington shuts down government, New York rebounds after blizzard | Reuters

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON Washington shut down U.S. federal government offices on Monday, while New York prepared for a normal workday following the worst snowstorm in decades to ravage the U.S. East Coast, as residents of both cities frolicked in the freak snowfall #Government #Weather #Virginia #author #Green
Magnitude 6.1 quake strikes 127 km west of Hokkaido, Japan: USGS | Reuters

Jan 12, 2016

Magnitude 6.1 quake strikes 127 km west of Hokkaido, Japan: USGS | Reuters

A magnitude 6.1 quake struck in the ocean 127 km (79 miles) west of the city of Asahikawa on the Japanese island of Hokkaido early on Tuesday morning, the U.S. Geological Survey said. It put the depth of the quake at 236 km, and originally reported the magnitude at 6.3. #Middle East #markets #Africa #Earthquakes #author #Green
Bushfire kills two in Australia's south west; more towns evacuating | Reuters

Jan 10, 2016

Bushfire kills two in Australia's south west; more towns evacuating | Reuters

PERTH Two people have been killed, at least one other remains unaccounted for and more than 121 buildings have been destroyed by a bushfire that continues to burn out of control in Western Australia, police said on Saturday. The remains of two men were found by authorities searching burnt-out buildings in the historic timber milling town of Yarloop, 120 km (75 miles) south of the capital, Perth, which was destroyed by the fire on Thursday, police confirmed. #India #Environment #Australia #science #United Kingdom #author #Green
Tata Motors' Dharwad Plant wins National Energy Conservation Award 2015

Dec 31, 2015

Tata Motors' Dharwad Plant wins National Energy Conservation Award 2015

The plant is claimed to have achieved a 12 per cent reduction in energy consumption #Tata Motors #Tata #Diesel #Green #Pollutants #Bee #Diesel ban #hsd
Christmastime storms, tornadoes kill at least 41 in U.S | Reuters

Dec 28, 2015

Christmastime storms, tornadoes kill at least 41 in U.S | Reuters

DALLAS Storms hit southern and central U.S. states over the Christmas holiday, unleashing floods and tornadoes that killed at least 41 people, flattened buildings and snarled transportation for millions during a busy travel time #United States #Europe #markets #Weather #author #Green