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The Airbus A380 All Nippon Airways bound for Naha in sea turtle livery is seen taking off after the runway reopened at Narita Airport, Chiba Prefecture on September 24, 2021 (Mainichi / Tadakazu Nakamura) NARITA, Chiba – Runway A at Narita Airport east of Tokyo was closed for about 12 minutes and five flights were …

The United Kingdom has just left the European Union. How much of a strategic revolution will this be? Not that much: the abyss is elsewhere. The real landslide is much older and London is still adapting to a strategic framework decades old, close to a century. The last battle for sovereignty dates back to the …

The world is in trouble. We don’t need to look any further than the last report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which UN Secretary-General António Guterres called a “red code for humanity”. The IPCC report is just one of the more recent warnings. In 1972, a historical book entitled Limits to growth …

Security concerns prevent the Marine Corp’s Amphibious Fighting Vehicle (ACV) from operating on the water. In an article on Twitter, the Marine Corps announced that it was suspending “water operations after identifying a problem with the towing mechanism.” The Marine Corps is working to identify and resolve the root cause of the problem. “ An …

Shimonada Station in Iyo, Ehime Prefecture, is an unmanned, single-track railway establishment that appears to be off the beaten track. However, on a recent evening, a total of 50 people in couples and families showed up at the little station. Right in front of the platform is a vast expanse of the Seto Inland Sea. …

The U.S. industrial market is on track for record rental volume with activity through July reaching 587 million square feet, up 52% ​​from the previous year, according to a new report from CBRE. Significantly higher transportation costs – which are rising faster than rental rates – are helping fuel this strong rental business. Soaring transportation …

Changes looming for Manly’s biggest tourist spots /images/transform/v1/crop/frm/yqbYpxNMru7TBX8VR5QF63/36564ac8-949b-418c-acc1-1b9836b21ada.png/r0_39_1530_903_w1200_h678_fmax.jpg This is a “once in a lifetime” opportunity: sales agent. Pictures, 2021-09-21T18: 00: 00 + 10: 00 https://players.brightcove.net/3879528182001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6273507006001 https://players.brightcove.net/3879528182001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6273507006001 CHANGES are underway for some of Manly’s best-known tourist spots – the Old Aquarium, Q Station and Surf n Slide. The sale of the Q Station lease hit …

MOSS LANDING – Weathered by age and sea, rusty railings mark the way to Bay Fresh Seafoods, a one-room shop where fourth-generation Moss Landing fisherman Jerid Rold has just arrived with a twisted transport hagfish – one of his few yet profitable catches. Across the street stands the sleek and sophisticated Monterey Bay Aquarium Research …

A rush-hour viaduct in the northern district of Qingdao city, in China’s Shandong province. Cheungyo | instant | Getty Images Three of Asia’s largest economies will spend around $ 12 trillion to achieve zero net carbon emissions in their transport industries, according to the Dutch bank ING. China, Japan and South Korea account for nearly …

The annual capacity of the Ukrainian gas transit system is 146 billion cubic meters of natural gas, which allows Ukraine to transport almost twice as much gas as the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 pipelines combined because they do not can pump only 55 billion cubic meters of gas. gas per year, according …