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Powerful satellite launched to map world's oceans
NASA and the French Space Agency CNES have collaborated to create a powerful satellite that will be the first to monitor nearly all of the world's water sources in detail. Scientists will be able to better monitor climate change using this data.
On Friday, a satellite was sent into ...
26 juveniles rescued by Ocean Viking in the Mediterranean have gone missing in southern France
More than two dozen unaccompanied minors rescued by the humanitarian ship Ocean Viking and taken in by France have gone missing from their receiving center, according to local officials.
The council in the southern Var department stated the public prosecutor had been informed that 26 of...
France has announced that it will let the migrant rescue ship Ocean Viking to dock, despite Italy's reluctance.
France announced on Thursday that it would let a rescue ship carrying more than 200 migrants to dock and evacuate its passengers, harshly criticizing Italy for failing to accept them.
After a deepening standoff with Italy over whose responsibility it was to take them in, Interior Minist...
More missiles are launched into the ocean by North Korea
According to South Korean and Japanese officials, North Korea has fired another missile into the waters off the east coast of the Korean Peninsula, further increasing tensions in the area amid a series of exhibitions of military power this week.
North Korea has fired six rounds of weapo...
Oceans Threaten Europe's Summer olitics
This failure may be ascribed to environmentalists' beliefs that national governments are not doing enough to safeguard the health of the oceans and seas. The issue has been referred to as a "ocean emergency" by Antonio Guterres, who is now acting as the Secretary-General of the Unit...
Oceans Endanger Summer European Politics
Environmentalists in Europe and other parts of the world are becoming increasingly concerned about what they perceive to be a failure on the part of national governments to preserve the health of the seas, which are essential for the provision of food, employment opportunities, biodiversity, and ...
Singapore Beat Philippines
The Singapore women are recently acing at the floorball game. They earned titles back-to-back at the AOFC i.e., Asia Oceania Floorball Confederation. The women team representing Singapore won from Philippines and scored 4-1 in the last round. Both the teams, Philippines and Singapore played the f...
“Ocean Porpoise” Sold for 9 million US Dollars Through Singapore Court Auction
The Singaporean branch of the Bank of America has raised 9 million US dollars by selling the Ocean Porpoise, the 11.998 dwt oil or chemical tanker, in a court action that took place in Singapore on 11th January 2022.
The court has stated that the proceeds of the sale that amount to 9,08...
Russian and Chinese warships carry out their first joint patrols in the Pacific Ocean
Moscow and Beijing had carried out naval cooperation drills in the Sea of Japan in October. Both the countries have sour relations with the West, and ever since then they have cultivated closer military and diplomatic ties.
- Moscow and Beiji...
AUSTRALIAN MEDIA COMPANIES FINED A$1.1 MILLION FOR ORDER BREACH IN GEORGE PELL CASE
- An Australian court has ordered the media firms for paying a total of 1.1 million Australian dollars
- The media firms of Australia has to pay the amount as fines for breaking the suppression order of George Pell for child sexual assault
ECONOMY OF AUSTRALIA RETURNS BACK TO ITS PRE-PANDEMIC SIZE
- The economy of Australia has returned to the pre-covid-19 pandemic size
- The economy has grown 1.8 percent over the first three month of 2021 and 1.1 percent over the past 12 months
The economy of Australia is back to its ...
AUSTRALIA: AMSA ISSUES ITS LONGEST SHIP BAN EVER FOR SYSTEMIC VIOLATIONS
- The government of Australia has been issuing its longest ship ban ever for the systemic violations
- The ban has been the longest ban ever, which has been issued by the AMSA
After one of the longest detentions of a foreign ...
DUG TECHNOLOGY PLANNING TO BUILD CARBON-FREE HPC DATA CENTRE IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA
- The DUG Technology is planning to build a carbon-free HPC data centre in Western Australia
- The facility is going to become the home to one of the largest HPC installations in the world
The DUG Technology Ltd has revealed ...
LACK OF CLEAR TRIAGE PROTOCOLS MAY PUTS LIVES AT RISK IN AUSTRALIA
- The lack of clear triage protocols of Australia is putting the lives at risk if another corona virus pandemic hits the country
- This might occur because Australia has avoided the scale of covid-19 pandemic which had overwhelmed the health s...
NEOEN BEGINS CONSTRUCTION OF KABAN GREEN POWER HUB IN AUSTRALIA
- The company Neoen begins the construction of Kaban Green Hub in Australia
- The Kaban Green Power Hub has been a 373 million Australian dollar investment designed to generate clean and affordable energy
Neoen, which has bee...
FACEBOOK TO HELP IN FUNDING ADVERTISEMENT STANDARDS IN AUSTRALIA
- Facebook to help in funding the advertising standards in Australia
- The AANA has called the involvement of Facebook in a significant in the world of digital advertisement buying
The social media giant Facebook has joined T...
QANTAS ANNOUNCED COST CUTS MEAURES TO DEAL WITH IMPACT OF COVID-19
- The company Qantas has announced the new cost-cutting measures to deal with the impact of covid-19 pandemic
- The company said that, it will be reporting an annual loss of more than 2 billion Australian dollars
The company ...
AUSTRALIA: DOCTORS WARN HESITANCY OF COVID-19 MAKES CITIZENS SITTING DUCKS
- The Australian doctors have warned that, the hesitancy of covid-19 makes the citizens sitting ducks
- The warning comes as the business leaders of Australia has called for the international border to reopened as early as possible
AUSTRALIA URGED TO DROP COAL AND GAS INVESTMENT PLANS
- The politicians and companies of Australia has urged for dropping the dropping the coal and gas investment plans
- A report found that, the expansion of fossil fuel must end now for getting out from the climate crisis
SCOTT MORRISON: 30,000 COVID-19 DEATHS AVOIDED DUE TO STRICT RESTRICTIONS IN AUSTRALIA
- Scott Morrison claims 30,000 covid-19 deaths have been avoided due to the strict measures in the country
- Scott Morrison assured that, the government is taking decisions based on the best medical advice available right now