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An emciated sheep walks on the dry bed of the Cconchaccota lagoon in the Apurimac region of Peru, Friday, Nov. 25, 2022. The lagoon located at 4,100 meters above sea level has been a source of trout, fun for children eager to swim, beauty as flamingos flew from over the mountains and water for thirsty sheep. Nowadays, however, an ongoing drought has dried up the lagoon. (AP Photo/Guadalupe Pardo)

Lagoon dries up as drought grips Peru's southern Andes

- Associated Press

An oil tanker is moored at the Sheskharis complex, part of Chernomortransneft JSC, a subsidiary of Transneft PJSC, in Novorossiysk, Russia, Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2022, one of the largest facilities for oil and petroleum products in southern Russia. The European Union is edging closer to a $60-per-barrel price cap on Russian oil. It's a highly anticipated and complex political and economic maneuver designed to keep Russian oil flowing into global markets while clamping down on President Vladimir Putin’s ability to fund his war in Ukraine. EU nations sought to push the cap across the finish line Thursday, Dec. 1, 2022, after Poland held out to get as low a figure as possible. (AP Photo, File)

EU edges closer to $60-per-barrel Russian oil price cap

- Associated Press

People watch the eruption of Mauna Loa, Monday, Nov. 28, 2022, near Hilo, Hawaii. Mauna Loa, the world's largest active volcano erupted Monday for the first time in 38 years. (AP Photo/Marco Garcia)

Hawaii volcano eruption has some on alert, draws onlookers

- Associated Press

Earthquake survivors are treated outside of a hospital in Cianjur, West Java, Indonesia, Monday, Nov. 21, 2022. An earthquake shook Indonesia's main island of Java on Monday damaging dozens of buildings and sending residents into the capital's streets for safety. (AP Photo/Kholid)

Indonesia quake death toll rises to 268; 151 still missing

- Associated Press

One of Pacific Gas & Electric's Diablo Canyon Power Plant's nuclear reactors in Avila Beach, Calif., is viewed Nov. 3, 2008. The Biden administration said Monday, Nov. 21, 2022, it is granting preliminary approval to spend up to $1.1 billion to help keep California's last operating nuclear power plant running. The Energy Department said it was creating a path forward for the Diablo Canyon Power Plant to remain open, with the final terms to be negotiated and finalized. The money could help the plant stay open beyond its planned 2025 closure. (AP Photo/Michael A. Mariant, File)

Feds offer $1B to keep California's last nuclear plant open

- Associated Press


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