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Newshour's Tim Franks brings us a flavour of opinion in Venezuela as voters go to the polls, US President to address the nation; Why typos can cost you your job
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President Obama says getting guns 'too easy' in the United States; talking to IS; sunken treasure found off Colombian coast.
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Draft Climate Deal Agreed; Tim Franks in Venezuela ahead of vote; Treasure-laden Galleon found off the coast of Colombia
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FBI says indications that San Bernardino attackers were radicalised; London Maoist cult leader convicted of rape and imprisonment; Syrian rebel general rejects working with Assad
(Picture: Weapons carried by the suspects in Wednesday's mass shooting in San Bernardino.
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Our world is getting warmer despite the best efforts of the scientists, politicians and diplomats. A global agreement in Paris on mitigating greenhouse gas emissions may help slow the rise in temperature, but it's rising nonetheless. What might the world look like if the temperature keeps rising? There will be many losers – but who are the likely winners? And what does humanity need to do to adapt to the inevitable changes ahead? Are we doing enough? On Newshour Extra this week, join Owen Bennett Jones and a star cast of guests including the eminent environmental thinker, James Lovelock, the originator of Gaia theory, to discuss how humanity can survive in a warming world.
Germany to support international coalition against Islamic State; Venezuela's informal economy; James Lovelock the Gaia theorist
Picture: A Tornado aircraft of the Tactical Air Force Wing 51 "Immelmann" during a demonstration flight.
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