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TODAY'S HEADLINES, 4/24/17 *** British environmental activists celebrated a victory when Friday became the first full day since the late 1800s that Britain did not burn any coal in order to generate electricity *** On Saturday, hundreds of thousands of scientists and science supporters took to the streets around the world in a global March for Science. More than 600 marches and rallies took place, with one on every continent, including on Antarctica *** President Donald Trump is facing criticism after he claimed to be a "great friend" of Italian opera singer Luciano Pavarotti, who in fact died a decade ago and whose family has openly criticized Trump *** In more climate change news, preliminary data from the National Snow and Ice Data Center shows the sea ice around Antarctica has shrunk to the smallest annual extent ever recorded *** In Bolivia, a state of emergency over drought conditions has now been in place for over 100 days. Scientists say the drought is fueled by the retreat of Bolivian glaciers as a result of global warming *** More tomorrow

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