Company spokesman Michel Nalet told The Associated Press on Monday that the “precautionary” recall involves “several million” products made since mid-February.
“The worst of the snowfall is behind us,” said Grahame Madge of the Met Office. “It’s now more about dealing with the weather we’ve had.”
“Change? If he could do it, he would have done it by now,” she said. “If nothing gets done, then maybe we will need a new person.”
The “Make Our Planet Great Again” grants are part of Macron’s efforts to counter U.S. President Donald Trump on the climate change front. Macron announced a competition for the projects in June, hours after Trump declared he would withdraw the U.S. from the global accord reached in Paris in 2015 to reduce climate-damaging emissions.
“We benefited from an enlightened period in the postwar United States. Our National Institutes of Health have enthusiastically and generously supported basic research … (but) the current climate in the U.S. is a warning that continued support cannot be taken for granted,” Rosbash said in a short speech Sunday night at Stockholm’s ornate city hall.
Deutsche Bahn said Friday the new line will shave up to two hours off the current trip between northeastern Germany and Bavaria with high-speed trains able to travel up to 300 kph (185 mph) and complete the journey in just under four hours.
“The reason is to have a legal relationship that’s not in any way challenged — and, of course, we love each other,” Wills said. “We’ll get the legal relationship straightened out in January. Call it a wedding if you like, I’m not romantic,” he added.
“It makes people think ‘Yes, she can carry this off,'” he said.
Palestinians clashed with Israeli troops across the West Bank and Gaza, and Muslim worshippers from Jordan to Indonesia poured into the streets after Friday prayers to protest President Donald Trump’s recognition of contested Jerusalem as Israel’s capital