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Houthi rebels have been accused of delaying a solution to the stricken oil tanker crisis to gain politically.
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Louisiana’s biggest city is facing most extensive US outage since February, no word on when lights will come on.
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Experts say Taiwan can no longer rely on typhoons and heavy rain to supply water and must find alternatives.