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Top Trump aides clash on legal risks of Paris climate accord

Senior advisers to the Trump administration are split over the legal implications of staying in the climate pact while simultaneously carrying out extensive regulatory rollbacks of environmental protections. It could mean the president receives competing advice.

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IMF warns of trade war and expensive financial markets

Although risks are emerging due to a trade war, political unrest in the EU and inflated financial markets, the global recovery has not yet lost its momentum, says the International Monetary Fund in an update to its April forecast.

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