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“Half of Olympics Pool” Oil Leaked from Keystone Pipeline in North Dakota

… for the same reason, an oil leakage was discovered again from … time the pipeline system leaked oil. In 2017, a protest … 210,000 gallons of leaked oil was exposed. The situation was … , which started from Alberta to refineries in Illinois and Oklahoma. North … November 4, …

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India: Maoists’ Failing Ventures – Analysis

By Deepak Kumar Nayak* In a successful operation conducted by the Security Forces (SFs) against the Communist Party of India-Maoist (CPI-Maoist), in Kerala, SFs killed at least four Maoist cadres in two successive encounters in a forested area in Manjakkatty near Agali town under the Attappady Taluk (revenue sub-division) in …

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US Lawmakers Release Transcript Of Interview With Former Ukraine Ambassador

By Mike Eckel (RFE/RL) — Marie Yovanovitch, who was abruptly recalled as U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine earlier this year, told congressional investigators that she felt unsupported by the State Department prior to her departure, and threatened by President Donald Trump after. Yovanovitch, who testified before U.S. lawmakers last month, was the latest in …

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Iran Unveils Chain Of Advanced Centrifuges For Uranium Enrichment

Iran on Monday unveiled a chain of 30 IR-6 centrifuge machines for uranium enrichment at the Natanz nuclear site. The new chain of homegrown centrifuges was inaugurated by Head of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi. Speaking to reporters at the ceremony, Salehi said the new centrifuge …

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New Tornado Casualty Analysis Will Improve Future Predictions

Why are tornado casualty rates higher in some regions than others? Tyler Fricker, visiting assistant professor in the Department of Geography at Texas A&M University, recently published research in the Annals of the Association of American Geographers that gives insights into tornado casualty rates across the United States and casualty prediction models. …

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Sea Levels To Continue Rising After Paris Agreement Emission Pledges Expire In 2030

Sea levels will continue to rise around the world long after current carbon emissions pledges made through the Paris climate agreement are met and global temperatures stabilize, a new study indicates. The historic Paris agreement on climate change mitigation, adopted in December 2015, calls for limiting global average temperatures to …

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Seriously Ill Medicare Beneficiaries Can Face Considerable Financial Hardship

Despite high beneficiary satisfaction with Medicare overall, a new national survey led by researchers from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Harvard Business School, and colleagues finds that its coverage gaps may cause considerable financial distress for the most seriously ill patients. About half reported a significant problem paying …

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