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What the papers say - the guardian

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Channel Tunnel operator Eurotunnel has staved off liquidation after narrowly winning approval from creditors for a debt restructuring plan.

Europe, the Middle East and North Africa should be building vast solar farms in North Africa's deserts. German scientists Gerhard Knies and Franz Trieb calculate that covering just 0.5% of the world's hot deserts with a technology called concentrated solar power (CSP) would provide the world's entire electricity needs, with the technology also providing desalinated water to desert regions.

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