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Coal-reliant Poland welcomes plan for first nuclear plant

Poland's government has welcomed plans by a top businessman to build what would be the nation's first nuclear power plant and help reduce dependence on coal

US stocks edge higher on company earnings; Biogen surges

Stocks edged higher in early trading following several positive earnings reports from US companies, holding the S&P 500 above 3,000 and within range of its all-time high set on July 26.

One of Europe's last untamed rivers is threatened by dams

The Vjosa is one of Europe's last free-flowing rivers, but for how long?

Indonesia oil pipeline fire kills Chinese worker

Authorities say a Chinese worker was killed in a fire at an oil pipeline in western Indonesia

World shares rise after upbeat talk on China-US trade

World shares gain following upbeat talk on China-US trade dispute

Swiss file their 1st charges in Petrobras-Odebrecht scandal

Swiss prosecutors have filed their first indictment in investigations related to Brazilian construction company Odebrecht and state-run oil giant Petrobras, charging a suspect with complicity in the bribery of public officials and with money laundering

Parts of county to be tested for radiological contaminants

A private company will test schools and homes near a former uranium enrichment plant in Ohio for radiological contaminants after trace amounts of enriched uranium and neptunium were found at a middle school over the summer

Blackouts possible again as fire danger looms in California

Less than two weeks after blacking out much of Northern California, Pacific Gas & Electric is warning it might shut off power to about a half-million people

Asian stocks climb, lifted by upbeat talk on China-US trade

Asian shares advance on upbeat talk on China-US trade dispute

Venezuelans buy gas with cigarettes to battle inflation

In socialist Venezuela, where residents have long enjoyed the world's cheapest gasoline, drivers have started paying to fill up their tank with small gifts as inflation soars

Southwest tribes oppose spent nuclear fuel storage plans

Native American leaders from New Mexico are voicing opposition to plans that call for storing in the desert Southwest tons of spent nuclear fuel from power plants around the US

One of Europe's last wild rivers is in danger of being tamed

The Vjosa is one of Europe's last free-flowing rivers, but for how long?

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