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Slow-growth concerns drag oil prices lower

Crude oil prices moved sharply lower ahead of the start of U.S. trading on Monday on signs of cooling economic growth and emerging supplies.

Indonesian mob kills 300 crocodiles seeking revenge for man’s death

A mob in Indonesia slaughtered nearly 300 crocodiles, seeking revenge for a man who was killed after a crocodile bit him.

China fires back at U.S. tariffs with WTO complaint

China filed a complaint with the World Trade Organization on Monday over the United States' plan to put tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods.
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Adidas pledges to ditch ‘virgin’ plastics by 2024

Shoe and apparel manufacturer Adidas pledged Monday to cut out 'virgin' plastic from all its shoes and sportswear by 2024.

Yosemite wildfire doubles in size

A deadly wildfire burning along the western edge of California's Yosemite National Park more than doubled in size Monday, hampering what is normally a busy tourist season for the area.