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Why Russia's state oil company is helping Venezuela
This country just became the world's No. 3 oil importer
Why US oil train traffic is falling
With oil cheap, Saudis open stock market to foreign investment
Renewables could dominate world electricity by 2030
Cheap oil puts squeeze on US boomtowns
Canada struggles with low oil prices
Russia is buying electricity from this unlikely source
Japan to restart nuclear reactors, despite political opposition
On oil prices, OPEC plays the long game
Why Indonesia wants back in OPEC
OPEC oil output: What happens if Iran sanctions are lifted? (+video)
Oil price revival bolsters outlook for Russian economy
Why natural gas may become the fuel of choice in this coal state
In oil-rich Middle East, an opening for renewable energy
Investors turning away from green energy
Coal is having a terrible year. Is this the beginning of the end?
Arctic drilling: Why oil won't be flowing anytime soon
The 19th-century engine that could give solar power a boost
Why oil firms want a say in global climate talks
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Iran deal sparks battle between two Jewish lobbies – and worldviews
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Cecil the lion: How big a business is big game hunting?
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By the numbers: Europe’s immigration crisis
Mullah Omar's death: Will it make a difference in Afghan conflict?
Free clinics, doctors try to patch growing holes in Greece's safety net
Turkey's 'risky' two-front war: political opportunity for Erdogan?
Seeking Refuge: Calais crisis ensnares locals as unwitting smugglers
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Lithium discovered in exploding star clears up stellar mystery (+video)
UVA grads suing Rolling Stone say they suffered 'vicious, hurtful attacks'
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