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A piece of aluminum has been identified as a part from Amelia Earhart’s lost plane
The United States and China make a deal to cut down on greenhouse gases
The Philae probe becomes the first human-made vehicle to land on a comet
Many people in Spain’s richest region want independence. Should the government agree to it?
Great Britain marks the 100th anniversary of its entry into World War I by “planting” thousands of bright-red ceramic flowers
A near-extinct species in the Galápagos has made an amazing comeback
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President Obama creates the world’s largest protected marine area.
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