“Fugitive” in the news
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· Finally there is real movement on Australia's climate policy but time isn’t on our side →
The Decarbonisation Future modelling identifies CCS as necessary, not in power generation, but in harder-to-abate sectors like heavy industry, where it can help capture non-energy emissions such as fugitive methane from gas extraction and process emissions from cement.
· Fugitive Mexican drug lord says he has no money in legal appeal →
Rafael Caro Quintero, a fugitive Mexican drug lord who is on the FBI’s most wanted list for the murder of a federal agent in 1985, has said in a legal appeal that he has no money, is too old to work and has no pension.
The New York Times
· Your Short Film of the Day →
Still, the journeyman actor, who was halfway through his stint on “The Fugitive,” soon needs to stop and catch his breath and admits, “I haven’t run this much in two years on television!”
· The Conspiracy Theories That Fueled the Civil War →
In the United States, where slaves remained a minority of southern state populations, violent uprisings were more limited, but still occurred: Individual slaves lashed out; groups of fugitives fought off slave catchers; and, every so often, an organized rebellion was planned.
· Renault to cut 14,600 jobs as part of €2bn cost-saving plan →
Renault said it would cut its global production capacity from 4m vehicles in 2019 to 3.3m by 2024, a marked change in strategy from the expansion planned by the ousted former leader Carlos Ghosn, now a fugitive from Japanese justice in Lebanon.