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- A breakthrough in Chinese climate policy? Not likely (Julian Snelder, China Spectator) The manufacture of syngas from coal has been touted as a green energy initiative. Problems with that, though. It is not really green and the economics of the process are not good.
Articles about Ferguson:
Obama Sends Holder to Ferguson With Limited Legal Tools (Mike Dorning, Bloomberg)
After Brown autopsy, mom wants officer arrested (Yamiche Alcindor and John Bacon, USA Today)
Ferguson Probe Will Take Time (David Von Drehle, Time)
Articles about wars elsewhere:
Gaza cease-fire broken as militants’ rocket attacks spark retaliatory Israeli airstrikes (William Booth, The Washington Post)
The Tunnels of Gaza (James Verini, National Geographic)
Isis claims to behead US journalist (Richard McGregor and Sam Jones, Financial Times)
Isis captures tanks after Iraqi offensive fails to retake Tikrit (James Starkley, The Times)
Advancing Ukraine troops take fight to heart of pro-Moscow rebellion (Maria Tsvetkova and Noah Barkin, Reuters)
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