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TODAY'S HEADLINES, 9/16/14 *** New figures show last month was the warmest August on record around the globe. According to NASA, West Antarctica saw hotter temperatures of up 8 degrees Celcius higher than normal, 14 degrees Fahrenheit. This year so far is the fourth hottest on record. A new international study released today says reducing the carbon emissions that cause global warming will be of minimal financial cost, and might end up saving money *** The Obama administration has launched what it calls the first strikes of its expanded military campaign against the Islamic State. The Pentagon says U.S. warplanes bombed Islamic State positions south of Baghdad in support of Iraqi forces under fire *** The airstrikes against the Islamic State in Iraq come as the United States won pledges to fight ISIS at an international summit in Paris. Some 30 countries signed on to a statement vowing to defeat ISIS "by any means necessary." The United States did not invite Iran to the summit, but confirmed it had reached out with an unspecified offer of cooperation against ISIS. The Iranian government rejected the U.S. overture as "hollow and self-serving" and marred by "evil intentions." France had wanted to invite Iran to the talks in Paris, but Secretary of State John Kerry said Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates would have boycotted *** The Ukrainian government has offered a number of key concessions to the separatist forces it's battled since April. A proposal from President Petro Poroshenko would grant the separatists amnesty, language protections, and self-governance rights under Ukrainian sovereignty *** More tomorrow

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