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Some experts said recent quakes hinted at the possibility of a larger shock.
The bushfire continues to threaten other beef and dairy producing towns in the state.
Researchers have found that droughts and heat waves reduced global production of wheat, rice and barley up to 10 percent.
Climate and a very strong El Nino pushed the average temperature in the U.S. up over its 20th century average by 2.4 degrees Fahrenheit.
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As autonomous driving technology advances, perhaps the most notable benefit is the promise of a striking reduction in accidents.
Policies following the gas explosion, the utility said, have a combined limit available “in excess of $1 billion.”
Reinsurance rates in the marine sector continued to fall at the start of the year, in spite of the huge cost of explosions at China’s Tianjin port last August.
There was also a proposal earlier to have two different pools, one for below poverty line and one for above, but that has now been scrapped.
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