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WHO joins call for a global treaty to urgently phase out fossil fuels
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Cargo ship leaks fuel near Gibraltar sparking environmental concerns
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Dutch cabinet split over 2030 nitrogen reductions rethink
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Polish police are offering €215,000 to solve the River Oder poisoning
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Volunteers clear up 86-kilometre stretch of River Tisza in Hungary
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