- Politics Associated Press
Turkey’s president says that in six months to two years, Turkey could repatriate about 1 million refugees now in Turkey into a safe zone established in northern Syria. Recep Tayyip Erdogan (REH'-jehp TY'-ihp UR'-doh-wahn) launched a military offensive into Syria on Oct. 9 with the intent of clearing the area of U.S.-backed Kurdish fighters he sees as a threat. Turkey’s government also hopes to resettle about 2 million of the 3.6 million Syrian war refugees.
- Science Yahoo News UK
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- World Reuters
MEXICO CITY/ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (Reuters) - More than 100 members of a U.S.-Mexican community of Mormon origin have left their homes in northern Mexico after an ambush killed nine of their number, relatives said on Tuesday. Since the massacre last week of three mothers and six children by suspected cartel gunmen, families have been streaming out of La Mora, a remote farming village in the state of Sonora, said Taylor Langford, a relative of the victims. Some of the members were leaving temporarily, others permanently, but almost all would return if security were better, said Langford, 27, who grew up in La Mora and now lives in Utah.
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- Business Associated Press
The world's thirst for oil will continue to grow until the 2030s, with climate-damaging emissions climbing until at least 2040 - and consumers' insatiable appetite for SUVs is a big reason why. All this is according to an important global industry forecast released Wednesday by the International Energy Agency that is used as guidance by oil companies and governments. This year, amid growing pressure from young activists like Greta Thunberg and others for tougher action on emissions, the IEA's World Energy Outlook took a stronger-than-usual stand on climate change.