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Big Oil eyes U.S. minority groups to build offshore drilling support
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The largest U.S. oil and gas lobby group is seeking to convince Hispanic and black communities to support the Trump administration's proposed expansion of offshore drilling, arguing it would create high paying jobs, including for storm-displaced Puerto Ricans.
Parents often lack amusement-park safety plans
(Reuters Health) - One in five parents don't talk to their kids about safety issues at amusement parks, especially what to do if they get lost, according to a poll by the C.S. Mott Children's Hospital in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Soccer-Australia whipping boy Kruse will be strong, says Milligan
KAZAN, Russia, June 22 (Reuters) - Australia defender Mark Milligan has backed team mate Robbie Kruse to be resolute in the face of attacks on social media as the Socceroos prepare for their must-win World Cup clash against Peru.
Russia's Messi, a puma - star in his own right
SARANSK, Russia (Reuters) - Barely 20 months ago a Russian couple were oblivious of the basic rules of soccer. Now they are ardent fans and the transformation can only be attributed to Messi -- not Argentina's World Cup captain but a pet puma.
Crate expectations... Moscow shops stockpile beer for World Cup fans
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Moscow's shops are stocking up on beer to slake the thirst of World Cup fans after some bars reported shortages.
Soccer-Crate expectations...Moscow shops stockpile beer for World Cup fans
MOSCOW, June 22 (Reuters) - Moscow's shops are stocking up on beer to slake the thirst of World Cup fans after some bars reported shortages.
Russia accused of using World Cup to bury bad news
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Opposition politicians accused the Kremlin of using Russia's World Cup as a cover to avoid dissent while it pushes through unpopular measures, while all eyes are on the country's sporting successes and a de facto ban in place on political protests.
As numbers fall, Paris seeks UNESCO help for classic bistros
PARIS, June 22 (Reuters) - It might seem like there are two on every corner in Paris, but old-style bistros and street cafes are dying out to such an extent that a movement has started to try to protect them.
Spanish photographer seeks to help abandoned pets
MADRID (Reuters) - Emilio Cuenca makes a living taking portraits of pets but in his spare time snaps rescue animals, hoping that his pictures will encourage people to adopt mistreated and abandoned dogs and cats.
UK High Court rules against gender-neutral passports
LONDON (Reuters) - A campaigner has lost a legal bid to force the British government to introduce gender-neutral passports.
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