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"barents sea" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:11 min | 3 months ago

"barents sea" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Have to take on the root cause. The shortage of affordable housing and the high cost of living in San Francisco. Even before the pandemic, with Diaz and his wife working, he says, after rent and bills, they'd be left with a $150 at the end of the month. Nobody can get by on that. He says, everyone who ended up out here on the street is just trying to survive For instance. Diaz is now working as a truck driver. He plans to stay in the RV, save money, and move away, because he doesn't see a future here. For NPR news, I'm Vanessa rankine in San Francisco. The snow crab fishery in the Bering sea will be closed this winter. That is a first under U.S. management, and it follows a catastrophic crash in the number of crabs there nearly 90%. Between 2018 and 2021, scientists think climate change plays an important role. This closing is especially hard on captains and crews who rely on snow crabs. Gabriel Pruitt and his family owned a crabbing boat in kodiak, Alaska, he joins us from there. Mister Pratt, thanks so much for being with us. You're welcome. Thanks for letting me be here. Watch this closing going to do to you and your family. Yeah, the closure of the snow crab fishery for the first time in its history is going to be having a really devastating impact on me and my family. This is going to have a huge impact on the fishery in general. Really struggling to find a path forward here just going into the next year with the complete closure, trying to pay our bills and invoices, mortgage fees, insurance fees, the vessels themselves that go out to the variance hearing incredibly expensive to maintain and operate. So this closure for the first time ever, along with the second closure in a row for king crab is really making it difficult to find a path forward here. This is your life, right? Yeah, it's my livelihood. I've grown up watching my dad fish out in the barents sea. He's been fishing out there for over 45 years. I went off to university, got a degree, but found myself called back to the sea. I work alongside my two brothers on deck, our father is a skipper of the vessel, so it's in our blood. I can't really get away from it. So seeing the crash of the snow crab, which no one expected. It's really, really hard to just put into words that the impact that's going to have on us. Forgive me, but what else can you do for money? There's not a lot of options. These boats are specifically designed to go out and catch the species of crab out in the ocean. Our money maker that pays our bills is the snow crab season. There's a couple other operations we can do, but when you take 60 vessels off the Bering sea and Tom, they're not going to be able to make any money. They're all going to be scrambling for those same very few opportunities that they can find. Oh my gosh, forgive me, mister Pratt, but are you looking at bankruptcy? It's definitely on the table. Again, we bought into this fishery. My brothers and I, my father, were second and third generation fishermen. We bought into the snow crab fishery when the stocks were high. We took out loans to buy into this fishery, get the fishing rights, and now we're still having to pay those loans that we borrowed against when there's no revenue to be had. So bankruptcy, seizures of vessels is very, very real right now and very much on the table. Your trade organization, they last a very sheet crabbers. Is trying to get a disaster declaration. Would that be good? Would it be enough? Yeah, I'm a board member on Alaska bearings crabbers. We've put a disaster declaration forward for the king crab season as well as the snow crab season. The problem with that is those fishery disasters typically takes years to process and get funds into the hands of the fishermen by the time the funds finally do come around and get paid out to the fishermen who are affected by this. They very well may have already been forced into bankruptcy, been forced to sell out, or just moved on completely. We need kind of a rapid relief program to fishermen, not something that takes years. Mister

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"barents sea" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

04:14 min | 3 months ago

"barents sea" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Couple of stories here. I wanted to flag for you. Kevin McCarthy has said that if the Republicans take control of the House of Representatives, no more money is going to Ukraine. But that one's sink in. He said, this was in an interview with punchbowl news on Tuesday. I think people are going to be sitting in a recession and they're not going to want to write a blank check to Ukraine. It can't be a blank check. I mean, this is absolutely chilling. And cutting financial aid and weapons to Ukraine would be an absolute gift to Vladimir Putin. As Liz Cheney, the Republican of Wyoming said, quote, I don't know that I can say I was surprised, but I think it's really disgraceful that today minority leader McCarthy suggested that if Republicans get the majority back that we will not continue to provide support for the Ukrainians. What's happening in Ukraine today shows that democracy must be better armed than tyranny. Amen. Along those same lines, you know, Vladimir Putin a few weeks ago threatened to use nuclear weapons in Ukraine, tactical nukes. Apparently he has tried, and he's having problems with his own people, which is what I predicted on the air. I said, you know, if he gives an order to use nukes, they're going to say, nope, not going to happen. His military. I mean, first of all, there's no upside to it. It would further make Russia an international pariah, if they shot a nuclear weapon into Kyiv or kirsan or any of these places. A Hiroshima sized bomb were a smaller one. It would make them instantly, it would alter the balance of power in the world. And in a way that's adverse to Russia's interests. Number one. Number two, you'd have radioactivity blowing over Russia. According apparently, Putin has ordered two nuclear tests, one in the barents sea underwater, and the second one underground in the archangel is region, and both times the tests were not held, and there's a lot of speculation among the intelligence services that this is because Putin is getting pushed back from his own military. This from a piece in the mirror mirror CO2 UK, Vladimir Putin tried to detonate a nuke, but his plans were sabotaging insider has claimed Tom brass at the Kremlin. Kremlin are quote sabotaging his plans to use atomic weapons. Or it's possible that there are issues due to technical failures. Nobody's really certain which it is, but in recent days, there have been a series of not annotations. I'm a pilot. This is something you get if you're a pile of their notices, notice to airmen, is what it stands for. Although they're calling it notice to air missions, I don't know, maybe they've renamed them since I got my pilot's license in 1973, but these are notices that go out to anybody who flies saying, look out, don't go here, right? And they're linking Russian navigation warnings indicating tests or live fire drills. But nothing has happened. It hasn't happened. So everybody's scratching their head, what's going on? Meanwhile, there are reports that from president zelensky of Ukraine that Putin is planning if he has to give up the city of kirsan and pull out. There is a dam there that's backing up a massive river that if that dam is blown up is going to flood 80 towns hundreds of thousands of people will drown and lose their homes. And there's some evidence that Putin is wiring that dam with dynamite. I mean, this is just insane. They've already started the guy that he put in charge of this town in Ukraine that he has seized. There have already started evacuating the people who are in that town. And there are evacuating them to Russia. They've taken 60,000 Ukrainian civilians and their children and moved down the Russia and there are widespread reports that Ukrainian children are being sold in Russia. I mean, this is how bad it is

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"barents sea" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:31 min | 9 months ago

"barents sea" Discussed on AP News

"Ministry has released footage showing the test firing of the zircon hypersonic cruise missile from a frigate in the barents sea The ministry says it hit a practice target in the white sea about a thousand kilometers away More than 600 miles President Vladimir Putin has said zircon is capable of flying at 9 times the speed of sound and Russian officials claim the missiles are impossible to intercept with existing anti missile systems Zircon is set to enter service later this year I'm Ben Thomas An ex rebel is a FrontRunner in this weekend's Columbia vote and could shake up U.S. ties Colombians will pick from 6 candidates in a ballot being held amid a generalized feeling the country's heading in the wrong direction The latest opinion polls suggest Petro a former rebel could get 40% of the votes with a 15 point lead over his closest rival Petro promises to make significant adjustments to the economy as well as change how Colombia fights drug cartels and other armed groups His agenda also touches on issues that could shake up the South American countries tight niche relationship with the U.S. I'm Charles De Ledesma The former top leader of the Proud Boys will remain jailed while awaiting trial on charges related to the January 6th 2021 attack on the U.S. capitol I'm Ben Thomas with details A federal judge says Henry Enrique tarrio poses a danger to the public and home detention and a ban from using social media won't be enough to mitigate that danger The former Proud Boys national chairman faces charges he conspired with other members of the far right extremist group to storm the U.S. capitol and stop Congress from certifying Joe Biden's presidential victory while tarrio was not in Washington when the insurrection took place order to stay away after being charged with vandalism at an historic black church in D.C. the indictment alleges he and other Proud Boys used encrypted channels social media and other electronic communications in carrying out the attack Tarrio has been jailed since his arrest on March 8th I'm Ben Thomas On a hot Sunday Night residence of an upscale Shanghai compound took to the streets to decry lockdown restrictions imposed by their community and then won the go ahead to leave The triumphant story quickly spread on chat groups across the Chinese city sparking one question in the minds of those who remain under lockdown shouldn't we.

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"barents sea" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:36 min | 9 months ago

"barents sea" Discussed on AP News

"In a demonstration of long-range strike capability the Russian defense ministry has released footage showing the test firing of the zircon hypersonic cruise missile from a frigate in the barents sea The ministry says it hit a practice target in the white sea about a thousand kilometers away more than 600 miles President Vladimir Putin has said zircon is capable of flying at 9 times the speed of sound and Russian officials claim the missiles are impossible to intercept with existing anti missile systems Zircon is set to enter service later this year I'm Ben Thomas An ex rebel is a FrontRunner in this weekend's Columbia vote and could shake up U.S. ties Colombians will pick from 6 candidates in a ballot being held amid a generalized feeling the country's heading in the wrong direction The latest opinion polls suggest Petro a former rebel could get 40% of the votes with a 15 point lead over his closest rival Petro promises to make significant adjustments to the economy as well as change how Colombia fights drug cartels and other armed groups His agenda also touches on issues that could shake up the South American countries tight niche relationship with the U.S. I'm Charles De Ledesma The former top leader of the Proud Boys will remain jailed while awaiting trial on charges related to the January 6th 2021 attack on the U.S. capitol I'm Ben Thomas with details A federal judge says Henry Enrique tarrio poses a danger to the public and home detention and a ban from using social media won't be enough to mitigate that danger The former Proud Boys national chairman faces charges he conspired with other members of the far right extremist group to storm the U.S. capitol and stop Congress from certifying Joe Biden's presidential victory while tarrio was not in Washington when the insurrection took place order to stay away after being charged with vandalism at an historic black church in D.C. the indictment alleges he and other Proud Boys used encrypted channels social media and other electronic communications in carrying out the attack Tarrio has been jailed since his arrest on March 8th I'm Ben Thomas On a hot Sunday Night residence of an upscale Shanghai compound took to the streets to decry lockdown restrictions imposed by their community and then won the go ahead to leave The triumphant story quickly spread on chat groups across the Chinese city sparking one question in the minds of those who remain under lockdown shouldn't we do the.

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"barents sea" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:35 min | 9 months ago

"barents sea" Discussed on AP News

"Ten victims of a gunman's racist attack on a buffalo supermarket became a rallying cry as much as a remembrance 86 year old Ruth whitfield was remembered as an angel gunned down by a white 18 year old who police say targeted blacks Vice president Kamala Harris told mourners this shooting and others like the one at a Texas school show how the nation is experiencing an epidemic of hate We will not allow small people to create fear in our communities attorney Ben crump who represents the whitfield family and others killed that day once the shooter's parents the gun makers and others held accountable Will you stand with us Again hatred I'm Julie Walker Russia says it's navy has conducted another successful test of a prospective hypersonic missile amid the fighting in Ukraine I'm Ben Thomas with the latest In a demonstration of long-range strike capability the Russian defense ministry has released footage showing the test firing of the zircon hypersonic cruise missile from a frigate in the barents sea The ministry says it hit a practice target in the white sea about a thousand kilometers away more than 600 miles President Vladimir Putin has said zircon is capable of flying at 9 times the speed of sound and Russian officials claim the missiles are impossible to intercept with existing anti missile systems Zircon is set to enter service later this year I'm Ben Thomas An ex rebel is a FrontRunner in this weekend's Columbia vote and could shake up U.S. ties Colombians will pick from 6 candidates in a ballot being held amid a generalized feeling the country's heading in the wrong direction The latest opinion polls suggest petrol a former rebel could get 40% of the votes with a 15 point lead over his closest rival Petro promises to make significant adjustments to the economy as well as change how Columbia fights drug cartels and other armed groups His agenda also touches on issues that could shake up the South American countries tight niche relationship with the U.S. I'm Charles De Ledesma The former top leader of the Proud Boys will remain jailed while awaiting trial on charges related to the January 6th 2021 attack on the U.S. capitol I'm Ben Thomas with details A federal judge says Henry Enrique tarrio poses a danger to the public and home detention and a ban from using social media won't be enough to mitigate that danger The former Proud Boys national chairman faces charges he conspired with other members of the far right extremist group to storm the U.S. capitol and stop Congress from certifying Joe Biden's presidential victory while tarrio was not in Washington when the insurrection took place ordered to stay away after being charged with vandalism at an historic black church in D.C. the indictment alleges he and other Proud Boys used encrypted channels social media and other electronic communications in carrying out the attack Tarrio has been jailed since his arrest on March 8th I'm Ben Thomas On a hot Sunday Night residence of an upscale Shanghai compound took to the streets to decry lockdown restrictions imposed by their community and then won the go ahead to leave The triumphant story quickly spread on chat groups across the Chinese city sparking one question in the minds of those who remain under lockdown shouldn't we do.

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"barents sea" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:31 min | 9 months ago

"barents sea" Discussed on AP News

"Ministry has released footage showing the test firing of the zircon hypersonic cruise missile from a frigate in the barents sea The ministry says it hit a practice target in the white sea about a thousand kilometers away more than 600 miles President Vladimir Putin has said zircon is capable of flying at 9 times the speed of sound and Russian officials claim the missiles are impossible to intercept with existing anti missile systems Zircon is set to enter service later this year I'm Ben Thomas An ex rebel is a FrontRunner in this weekend's Columbia vote and could shake up U.S. ties Colombians will pick from 6 candidates in a ballot being held amid a generalized feeling the country's heading in the wrong direction The latest opinion polls suggest petrol a former rebel could get 40% of the votes with a 15 point lead over his closest rival Petro promises to make significant adjustments to the economy as well as change how Columbia fights drug cartels and other armed groups His agenda also touches on issues that could shake up the South American countries tight niche relationship with the U.S. I'm Charles De Ledesma The former top leader of the Proud Boys will remain jailed while awaiting trial on charges related to the January 6th 2021 attack on the U.S. capitol I'm Ben Thomas with details A federal judge says Henry Enrique tarrio poses a danger to the public and home detention and a ban from using social media won't be enough to mitigate that danger The former Proud Boys national chairman faces charges he conspired with other members of the far right extremist group to storm the U.S. capitol and stop Congress from certifying Joe Biden's presidential victory while tarrio was not in Washington when the insurrection took place ordered to stay away after being charged with vandalism at an historic black church in D.C. the indictment alleges he and other Proud Boys used encrypted channels social media and other electronic communications in carrying out the attack Tarrio has been jailed since his arrest on March 8th I'm Ben Thomas On a hot Sunday Night residence of an upscale Shanghai compound took to the streets to decry lockdown restrictions imposed by their community and then won the go ahead to leave The triumphant story quickly spread on chat groups across the Chinese city sparking one question in the minds of those who remain under lockdown shouldn't.

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"barents sea" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:56 min | 9 months ago

"barents sea" Discussed on AP News

"Held accountable Will you stand with us Again hatred I'm Julie Walker Russia says it's navy has conducted another successful test of a prospective hypersonic missile amid the fighting in Ukraine I'm Ben Thomas with the latest In a demonstration of long-range strike capability the Russian defense ministry has released footage showing the test firing of the zircon hypersonic cruise missile from a frigate in the barents sea The ministry says it hit a practice target in the white sea about a thousand kilometers away More than 600 miles President Vladimir Putin has said zircon is capable of flying at 9 times the speed of sound and Russian officials claim the missiles are impossible to intercept with existing anti missile systems Zircon is set to enter service later this year I'm Ben Thomas An ex rebel is a FrontRunner in this weekend's Columbia vote and could shake up U.S. ties Colombians will pick from 6 candidates in a ballot being held amid a generalized feeling the country's heading in the wrong direction The latest opinion polls suggest Petro a former rebel could get 40% of the votes with a 15 point lead over his closest rival Petro promises to make significant adjustments to the economy as well as change how Columbia fights drug cartels and other armed groups His agenda also touches on issues that could shake up the South American countries tight niche relationship with the U.S. I'm Charles De Ledesma The former top leader of the Proud Boys will remain jailed while awaiting trial on charges related to the January 6th 2021 attack on the U.S. capitol I'm Ben Thomas with details A federal judge says Henry Enrique tarrio poses a danger to the public and home detention and a ban from using social media won't be enough to mitigate that danger The former Proud Boys national chairman faces charges he conspired with other members of the far right extremist group to storm the U.S. capitol and stop Congress from certifying Joe Biden's presidential victory while tarrio was not in Washington when the insurrection took place order to stay away after being charged with vandalism at an historic black church in D.C. the indictment alleges he and other Proud Boys used encrypted channels social media and other electronic communications in carrying out the attack Tarrio has been jailed since his arrest on March 8th I'm Ben Thomas On a hot Sunday Night residents of an upscale Shanghai compound took to the streets to decry lockdown restrictions imposed by their community and then won the go ahead to leave The triumphant story quickly spread on chat groups across the Chinese city sparking one question in the minds of those who remain under lockdown shouldn't we do.

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"barents sea" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:03 min | 9 months ago

"barents sea" Discussed on AP News

"Russia's defense ministry showed off its long-range strike capability releasing footage showing the test firing of a zircon hypersonic cruise missile The ministry says it hit a practice target about a thousand kilometers away Back in this country the national weather service has issued red flag warnings for increased fire danger and much of the Southwest and is turning into a frustrating Memorial Day weekend for many traveling by air flight where it says more than 1200 flights have been canceled by midday Saturday after more than 2300 were scrubbed Friday I'm Ben Thomas AP news As Russian forces continue to move on small cities in eastern Ukraine president Vladimir Putin is demanding European nations halt sanctions on his country and weapons shipments to Ukraine I'm Ben Thomas with the latest In an 80 minute telephone call Saturday with leaders of France and Germany the Kremlin says Putin affirmed Moscow's openness to resuming peace talks but warned against the continued transfers of western weapons to Ukraine and also blamed western sanctions for the disruption to global food supplies created by the war Meantime Russia's defense ministry released footage of Russian fighters and claimed its forces had captured another small city in the Donbass The second to fall this week After failing to occupy Ukraine's capital Russia has set out to seize the last parts of the eastern region not controlled by Kremlin backed separatists I'm Ben Thomas The funeral for the last of the ten victims of a gunman's racist attack on a buffalo supermarket became a rallying cry as much as a remembrance 86 year old Ruth whitfield was remembered as an angel gunned down by a white 18 year old who police say targeted blacks Vice president Kamala Harris told mourners this shooting and others like the one at a Texas school show how the nation is experiencing an epidemic of hate We will not allow small people to create fear in our communities Attorney Ben crump who represents the whitfield family and others killed that day once the shooter's parents the gun makers and others held accountable Will you stand with us Again Hatred I'm Julie Walker Russia says its navy has conducted another successful test of a prospective hypersonic missile amid the fighting in Ukraine I'm Ben Thomas with the latest In a demonstration of long range strike capability the Russian defense ministry has released footage showing the test firing of the zircon hypersonic cruise missile from a frigate in the barents sea The ministry says it hit a practice target in the white sea about a thousand kilometers away more than 600 miles President Vladimir Putin has said zircon is capable of flying at 9 times the speed of sound and Russian officials claim the missiles are impossible to intercept with existing anti missile systems Zircon is set to enter service later this year I'm Ben Thomas.

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"barents sea" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:08 min | 9 months ago

"barents sea" Discussed on AP News

"Long-range strike capability releasing footage showing the test firing of a zircon hypersonic cruise missile The ministry says it hit a practice target about a thousand kilometers away Back in this country the national weather service has issued red flag warnings for increased fire danger and much of the Southwest and is turning into a frustrating Memorial Day weekend for many traveling by air flight where it says more than 1200 flights have been canceled by midday Saturday after more than 2300 were scrubbed Friday I'm Ben Thomas AP news As Russian forces continue to move on small cities in eastern Ukraine president Vladimir Putin is demanding European nations halt sanctions on his country and weapons shipments to Ukraine I'm Ben Thomas with the latest In a 90 minute telephone call Saturday with leaders of France and Germany the Kremlin says Putin affirmed Moscow's openness to resuming peace talks but warned against the continued transfers of western weapons to Ukraine and also blamed western sanctions for the disruption to global food supplies created by the war Meantime Russia's defense ministry released footage of Russian fighters who claimed its forces had captured another small city in the Donbass The second to fall this week After failing to occupy Ukraine's capital Russia has set out to seize the last parts of the eastern region not controlled by Kremlin backed separatists I'm Ben Thomas The funeral for the last of the ten victims of a gunman's racist attack on a buffalo supermarket became a rallying cry as much as a remembrance 86 year old Ruth whitfield was remembered as an angel gunned down by a white 18 year old who police say targeted blacks Vice president Kamala Harris told mourners this shooting and others like the one at a Texas school show how the nation is experiencing an epidemic of hate We will not allow small people to create fear in our communities Attorney Ben crump who represents the whitfield family and others killed that day wants the shooter's parents the gun makers and others held accountable Will you stand with us Again Hatred I'm Julie Walker Russia says its navy has conducted another successful test of a prospective hypersonic missile amid the fighting in Ukraine I'm Ben Thomas with the latest In a demonstration of long-range strike capability the Russian defense ministry has released footage showing the test firing of the zircon hypersonic cruise missile from a frigate in the barents sea The ministry says it hit a practice target in the white sea about a thousand kilometers away more than 600 miles President Vladimir Putin has said zircon is capable of flying at 9 times the speed of sound and Russian officials claim the missiles are impossible to intercept with existing anti missile systems Zircon is set to enter service later this year I'm Ben Thomas Thank you Virginia is for eaters and drinkers All kinds of eaters and drinkers for oyster shuckers and.

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"barents sea" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:33 min | 9 months ago

"barents sea" Discussed on WTOP

"Of long-range strike capability the Russian defense ministry has released footage showing the test firing of the zircon hypersonic cruise missile from a frigate in the barents sea The ministry says it hit a practice target in the white sea about a thousand kilometers away more than 600 miles President Vladimir Putin has said zircon is capable of flying at 9 times the speed of sound and Russian officials claim the missiles are impossible to intercept with existing anti missile systems Zircon is set to enter service later this year I'm Ben Thomas Travis and weather next 1236 What is dedication I am the father of a 9 year old little girl and a 6 year old little boy And I find fatherhood both relentlessly challenging and relentlessly rewarding My daughter is biological and my son is adopted I love them both so much from the morning when you wake up to putting them to bed at night and every moment in between It really is so special and boy is it exhausting One thing that I fear about being a parent is the future for my children but I think the parents job is to protect our children but also prepare them for the world so they become good kind human beings but I'm also hopeful that the future holds a more inclusive and compassionate world for them That's dedication Find out more at fatherhood dot gov Brought to you by the U.S. Department of.

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 Russia test-fires its latest hypersonic Zircon missile

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 9 months ago

Russia test-fires its latest hypersonic Zircon missile

"Russia says its navy has conducted another successful test of a prospective hypersonic missile amid the fighting in Ukraine I'm Ben Thomas with the latest In a demonstration of long-range strike capability the Russian defense ministry has released footage showing the test firing of the zircon hypersonic cruise missile from a frigate in the barents sea The ministry says it hit a practice target in the white sea about a thousand kilometers away More than 600 miles President Vladimir Putin has said zircon is capable of flying at 9 times the speed of sound and Russian officials claim the missiles are impossible to intercept with existing anti missile systems Zircon is set to enter service later this year

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"barents sea" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:56 min | 10 months ago

"barents sea" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of tromso It's like a combination between a wetsuit and a snowsuit designed to keep you alive in the water for maybe an hour while you get rescued Aboard the ship a conversation about search and rescue quickly turns to a conversation about fish So there is a fishery cooperation between Norway and Russia Captain Paul brought back rescues fishermen from any nation as they follow cod around the Arctic Ocean The cold fishes they don't see the border So we help every boat in our area Management of the barents sea cod fleet is considered a success worldwide both economically and environmentally says Brett back And that's important for Norway and European Union and the NATO and the whole world And it's important for the Russians But he worries things are different since Ukraine The coast guard also enforces the fishing laws Years ago in a rare case a Russian trawler fled from a coast guard ship with Norwegian inspectors on board into Russian waters Back then Russian authorities promptly arrested the captain and returned the inspectors captain brought back hopes the same cooperation would happen today In these days the Russian can use other methods to negotiate like the Ukraine conflict They are willing to use more power than the talking Captain Brett back says he's not too worried these fishermen know their work depends on cooperation The same goes with scientists One of the important issues up here is of course climate change Kim Holman is with the Norwegian polar institute in tromso where the international Arctic council would normally be coordinating climate research Well the Arctic council office is in this building and they are of course on hold It's not something you can point at that failed today but it's ongoing Holman has worked on Arctic climate science for over 30 years collaborating across the border Russia has about half the world's Arctic landmass including permafrost that if it melts could release megatons of trapped carbon and greenhouse gases Scientists like Holman count on their Russian colleagues I mean we have common publications We have collected data together We've been on each other's cruises I've been to people's homes but in St. Petersburg Not only then scientific but good friends At the moment Holman isn't in contact with those friends The lesson from back in Soviet days is that communication will only get them into trouble which would delay getting back to work Ilana Wilson wrote with the Norwegian institute of international affairs in Oslo says the drive to sanction Russia has pushed aside scientific cooperation And at some point in the future when something has changed within Russia or reached some sort of accord with Ukraine there's a chance that science cooperation might be one of the first things to come back online But she warns some things may not come back Some Russian academics have surprised her with full throated endorsements of Vladimir Putin's war and Russia has ambitions in the warming Arctic That includes control of the northeast passage which would cut shipping time between China and Europe And exploiting newly accessible oil and mineral wealth Russia's pariah status may not bode well for international cooperation on climate says professor roe As the situation changes and hopefully improves her the people of Ukraine there will be some opening but I think it will certainly feel like a new chapter in Arctic cooperation and is probably a very chilly one Polar scientists are used to the cold Kim Holman says the Arctic is in danger but he knows his Russian colleagues also want to save it We hope and wish to pick up when it falls Quill Lawrence NPR news tromso.

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"barents sea" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:35 min | 10 months ago

"barents sea" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Relations Working in the Arctic is dangerous Norwegian coast guard crew insisted NPR's team put on Arctic survival suits before a short ride on a skiff outside the city of tromso It's like a combination between a wetsuit and a snowsuit designed to keep you alive in the water for maybe an hour while you get rescued Aboard the ship a conversation about search and rescue quickly turns to a conversation about fish So there is a fishery corporation between Norway and Russia Captain Paul brought back rescues fishermen from any nation as they fell a cod around the Arctic Ocean The cold Yeah the cold fishes they don't see the border So we help every boat in our area Management of the barents sea cod fleet is considered a success worldwide both economically and environmentally says Brett back And that's important for Norway and European Union and the NATO and the whole world And it's important for the Russians But he worries things are different since Ukraine The coast guard also enforces the fishing laws Years ago in a rare case a Russian trawler fled from a coast guard ship with Norwegian inspectors on board into Russian waters Back then Russian authorities promptly arrested the captain and returned the inspectors captain brought back hopes the same cooperation would happen today In these days the Russian can use other methods to negotiate like the Ukraine conflict They are willing to use more power than the talking Captain brought back says he's not too worried these fishermen know their work depends on cooperation The same goes with scientists One of the important issues up here is of course climate change Kim Holman is with the Norwegian polar institute in tromso where the international Arctic council would normally be coordinating climate research Well the Arctic council office is in this building and they are of course on hold It's not a something you can point at that failed today but it's ongoing Holman has worked on Arctic climate science for over 30 years collaborating across the border Russia has about half the world's Arctic landmass including permafrost that if it melts could release megatons of trapped carbon and greenhouse gases Scientists like Holman count on their Russian colleagues I mean we have common publications We have a collective date together We've been on each other's cruises I've been to people's homes in St. Petersburg Not only than scientific but good friends At the moment Holman isn't in contact with those friends The lesson from back in Soviet days is that communication will only get them into trouble which would delay getting back to work Ilana Wilson wrote with the Norwegian institute of international affairs in Oslo says the drive to sanction Russia has pushed aside scientific cooperation And at some point in the future when something has changed within Russia or reached some sort of accord with Ukraine there's a chance that science cooperation might be one of the first things to come back online But she warns some things may not come back Some Russian academics have surprised her with full throated endorsements of Vladimir Putin's war and Russia has ambitions in the warming Arctic That includes control of the northeast passage which would cut shipping time between China and Europe And exploiting newly accessible oil and mineral wealth Russia's pariah status may not bode well for international cooperation on climate says professor Rowe As the situation changes and hopefully improves for the people of Ukraine there will be some opening but I think it will certainly feel like a new chapter in Arctic cooperation and is probably a very chilly one Polar scientists are used to the cold Kim Holman says the Arctic is in danger but he knows his Russian colleagues also want to save it We hope and wish to pick up when it falls Quill Lawrence NPR news tromso Norway This is NPR news This is listeners reported WNYC today on all of it here about a new book called ancestor trouble which explores the author's family tree and raises broader questions about the field of genealogy plus a roundup of the new movies and TV shows that have recently hit the streaming services tuning.

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"barents sea" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"barents sea" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"And things that have gone missing Last seen where podcasts are available From NPR and WBUR I'm Peter rod in Phoenix And I'm Lisa Mullins in Boston This is here and now On this first day of February if it's not quite frigid enough where you are take a listen to this story that we first aired last year and grab a blanket This is the sound of the barents sea about 200 miles north of Siberia You can hear the gush of waves about four feet high crashing into the side of an expedition boat On board that boat was journalist Andrea Pitzer four Russian sailors and some scientists from Norway the force of the waves was similar to what the Dutch explorer William barents and his crew experienced when they ventured to the Arctic in the late 1500s They were searching for a northeast polar passage to open up trade from Europe to China Andrea Pitzer traveled to the Arctic three times to research her book which is called icebound shipwrecked at the edge of the world Andrea that is no pleasure ride It's hard to not get seasick even just listening to it Maybe it was pleasurable at the time I'm not sure but it was a party compared to what William Barron's faced on his first voyage in 1594 Andrea Pitzer he made three voyages in all What was the purpose All the voyages were in one way or another to try to find a trade route to China on the first one in 1594 He was turned back by ice north of the Russia and coastline on the second one They went a little further south and had to turn back again by ice The third time he sailed in 1596 he was one of just a two ship tiny fleet that ended up only one ship by the time they got there And they ended up having to stay the winter about 200 miles above the Russian mainland So where did you start off from and how did he get where he was going He sailed from Amsterdam north up over Scandinavia and then east across the sea that today bears his name the barents sea and two long thin pair of islands called nova zembla no via zemya in Russian today And part of the first expedition was to determine if that might even be a task to a whole polar continent that we didn't know about Let's just say you of course your trips there revealed much but you are also using primary source material such as barents own ship log Yes there was actually an account of history voyages that was translated into English more than 400 years ago And I worked off that and off a Dutch account that I had translated from old Dutch of someone who was on the first two voyages using all that I tried to paint a picture of their whole story And tell us as much as you can about his story On their third expedition this is the winter of 1596 William barenton has men became stranded for the winter How did they become stranded and what did they do to survive Well the same thing happened on all three expeditions They basically went as far as they could until they were stopped by ice and like the first two they turned for home when they couldn't go further east but this time by the time they turned back they were unable to make it back And let me say this was still summer This was August This tells you how much ice there was back then And they sailed a few days trying to get around the ice and then realized finally on September 11th and 1596 that they were stuck for the winter and they began to carry their goods to the shore and they began to think about building a cabin and unfortunately the first thing that happened was the Carpenter died So they had a big task set before them but they did manage to build a cabin and fight off polar bears while they were doing it And it was in that cabin that they ended up spending almost ten months This is how many people in the cabin At this point 16 people How did they survive They trapped foxes which had just enough vitamin C on them to keep the scurvy from killing them during that winter They ate their rations They dug out and had to drag sleds miles to get driftwood for firewood in order to stay alive They had more than an inch of ice on the inside walls of their cabin It was an unbelievably grueling affair and they nearly poisoned themselves by burning coal in their closed up cabin They ate polar bear liver at one point and their skin peeled off from head to toe and three of them almost died So it was a really day to day battle to live in this place that was not on any map in existence at the time And what was it like to.

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"barents sea" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"barents sea" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Counselor Michelle Wu says she wants to use city contracting to tap into all the opportunities that are here preliminary Election Day. In Boston is next Tuesday. The Food and Drug Administration says it needs more time to decide whether e cigarette maker Jewel can sell its products in the U. S. The delay means that Jewel the most popular brand, with both adult smokers, and many genes can continue selling its products. It's the appeal of jewels, nicotine products, the teenage smokers that has created so much controversy. While the FDA did not rule on Jewel. It did reject applications for nearly 950,000 other e flavored cigarettes and Related products. Steve Futterman CBS News An estimated 200 people, including Americans left Kabul, Afghanistan today on an international commercial flight. It marks the first large scale evacuation since the U. S. And NATO forces left Afghanistan last week. That flight later landed in Qatar. The trip, a breakthrough in the bumpy coordination between the US and Afghanistan's new Taliban leaders. The Taliban have said they would let foreigners and Afghans with valid travel documents leave that country. Things are getting challenging again for US. Airlines carriers are filing regulatory notices, warning that demand for seats on their planes has disappeared because of rising covid fears in the country. Just about every U. S airline is telling regulators now that travel demand his dried up over covid variant fears. What was red hot is now cold, United's Andrew and Acela. Telling an investor conference to drop comes from fears about the delta variant with passengers canceling their trips. Supplies. Just outrun demand. Um And that's it's really difficult to catch back. Also, fall is typically a big time for business travel, and so many people are still working remotely that demand isn't there. It does mean there are some really cheap tickets available right now for travel during the fall like stone. BBC news, rapidly melting sea ice in the Arctic is causing large scale changes in polar bear behavior. In a new study from Norway. Scientists say they found the Bears are inbreeding as the species fights to survive. The study found that polar bear populations have seen a 10% loss in their genetic diversity from 1995 to 2016 in Norway. The primary driver for the decline Among two generations of Bayer's studied in the time is the rapid loss of ice in the Barents Sea. Polar bears rely on the ice for finding food, reproduction and movement and as sea ice continues to melt, the animals become less able to conduct the activity is essential to their survival. The loss of ice also impacts polar bears mating opportunities. And their ability for sub populations too dispersed to other areas to study found, resulting in some of the animals inbreeding to keep their groups alive. Matt Piper CBS News 4 50 On WBC WBZ NewsRadio looks back as we turn 100 Easy to 30.

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"barents sea" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"barents sea" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"She also says we need to have open to open our doors to small businesses in the city candidate John Barrow says. He has set up a number of funds to support small businesses through the pandemic. Counselor Andrea Campbell says it needs to be made sure businesses have access to capital City of Boston leads the way. Then we push the meds the ads the private sector in other institutions to do the same, and not just to diversify their supply relationship. But their business relationship whose lawyer who the accounts counselor to shell, Wu says she wants to use city contracting to tap into all of the opportunities that are here. Acting Mayor Kim Janey, by the way, was supposed to attend this but did not so she couldn't because today was the first day of school in Boston last night, a mayoral debate. There was something remarkable about that Get together as we hear from WBZ is Laurie Kirby. Pundits say there were little fireworks last night is all five candidates for mayor of Boston hit the debate stage. But Amanda Hunter with the Cambridge based Barbara Lee Foundation found it to be an exciting debate for a very different reason. The most important saying Our view as an organization that seeks to promote women's representation is that history was made with all five candidates on the mayoral debate stage for Boston being people of color and four of them women. And if polling is correct after the preliminary election next week, we will likely end up with two women of color vying for the top spot, Hunter says. When there's more than one woman on that debate stage, she doesn't have to serve as the token woman. Lori Kirby WBZ Boston's news radio to 48, rapidly melting sea ice in the Arctic is causing Some large scale changes in how polar bears are able to function. In a new study from Norway, scientists found the Bears are inbreeding has the species fights to survive? The study found that polar bear populations have seen a 10% loss in their genetic diversity from 1995 to 2016 in Norway. The primary driver for the decline Among two generations of bears studied in the time is the rapid loss of ice in the Barents Sea. Polar bears rely on the ice for finding food, reproduction and movement and as sea ice continues to melt, the animals become less able to conduct the activity is essential to their survival. The loss of ice also impacts polar bears mating opportunities. And their ability for sub populations too dispersed to other areas to study found, resulting in some of the animals inbreeding to keep their groups alive. Matt Piper, CBS News said. U N report on climate says humans most dramatically cut the amount of carbon dioxide released into the air. They have to do that it says CBS has been. Tracy is in Iceland, where one potential solution is starting operations here in Iceland. History is about to be made. World's first large scale attempt to directly capture carbon dioxide and bury it underground. This all the collector containers, so that's exactly where the, uh Comes in two legal. Chavez is an executive with the Swiss company Climb works today it will start operating 96 fans powered by a nearby geothermal plant. Experts believe that if enough of those fans are built, it could be part of a solution. When it comes to putting greener cars on the road. Turns out there's more to it than just going electric the cars of tomorrow. Are making their debut at Germany's biggest motor show car shows like to tease the future of what we could be driving next, and BMW says it won't just be electric but recyclable, too. It is designed.

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"barents sea" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"barents sea" Discussed on WTVN

"And the mark Blazer show on 6 10 W TVs. So what do the next two years look like? We've lost the Senate and let's bring in GOP strategist Ryan Castle. A Brian Welcome to the mark Blazer show. Thanks so much, Ryan. So, um, I guess so many different questions with this a lot of you know, And if you could help my audience as well as me, kind of understand Let's start with you know what Trump has in place? What President Trump has in place right now that Z straightaway likely to be stripped away or removed. If that's a legitimate question or a fair question. Well, sure. So the question it seems to me is what are the things that the very narrowly Democrat majority Senate is going to be able to get done relatively quickly, and so Big spending and tax hikes absolutely can happen. That happens to be a budget reconciliation process, and that just requires a simple majority, which they have one of the big things that they're going to be able to do that will help undo the trump legacy is past really liberal Cabinet nominees from Joe Biden and you know that's one of the things the president has not been. Sort of a legendary, you know, legislator working hard on Capitol Hill with Republicans in the House and Senate. He's really made his mark through the various government agencies that he led in his administration, You know, rolling back red tape and undoing regulation and freeing up the country toe prosper and thrive. Well, all of that can come back now with a much more liberal slate. Of Cabinet appointees that that Biden will make and on Lee require a simple majority from the Senate. So you know, we hear a lot of these things being tossed around. This was pre run off. You would hear the You know our 50 states are going to turn into 2 51 52 states If we don't end up getting the two Senate seats we need in Georgia. The second Amendment erosion is going to happen. The green new deal the filibuster all of these things do any of these. I mean, are these legitimate things that could happen now? Over the next few years, starting with like, For instance, the green new deal is that a realistic possibility at this point Well, this is incoming administration has made it clear that green policy is going to be top of the agenda. A new climate czar and John Kerry being appointed that new role created so clearly, it's top of the legislative priorities for thing coming by the administration. The question is with the Democrat controlled Senate and House. Will they be able to get to something as far as the green new deal, and the reality is probably not, but I think We would be, um, you know, Aramis toe sort of not mention the fact that we don't have 50 strong conservative Republicans on the Republican side. So when we talk about this 50 50 or this 51 50 majority that the Democrats have. It's not like you. You shouldn't expect that Senator Romney might come across the aisle that Senator Collins and Murkowski might come across the aisle. In fact, just within the last half hour, Senator Murkowski from Alaska has called is the first Republican senator calling Trump to resign, And she said that if Trump does not resign before his term ends That the Republican Party is not for her and she may you know, reading between the lines. There's a pretty strong signal that she may become an independent caucusing with the Democrats, which would further reinforce their majority. Yeah, you know, And since you bring that up, as far as the resignation, they're calling for his resignation. You know, the 25th amendment has been bounced around the last 24 to 48 hours impeaching him. At this point he's got what 11 days to go. At this point, and is that I mean, what? What do they prove? What can happen? Can it happen that quickly? And even if it did, what what really is being accomplished. He only has a few days left. Right well, and this is for me is in the context of Speaker Pelosi having a razor thin Democrat majority and clearly understanding that she needs to appeal to the left side of her party, the AOC squad side of the party because that continues to grow and strengthen significance within their caucus, And so some of these things are, you know, sort of dead enders from a policy or or practicality perspective. But they're very important talking points. I mean, we see Pelosi today calling for you know, removing Trump's ability to have the nuclear codes so you can't launch a nuclear war in the last 11 12 days. The administration as if that's something that you know is is being considered. It's not. But that's not stopping Pelosi from spotting opportunities to score political points and continue to drive this narrative. For the last two weeks here, Ryan CASS and GOP strategist joining us and with a Democrat now majority in every aspect of our government. Is there a realistic chance? That we end up with 51 52 states before all said, and done in the next couple of years. My sense is that Joe Biden does not have that on his his list of priorities and those sorts of things that the changing of the institutions with a razor thin majority like that, it seems to, uh my suspicion would be if I was to look into the crystal ball is that that's a bridge too far, and it undermines Joe Biden's ability to push through an actual real substantive policy agenda and look Joe Biden has made it pretty clear that he's a one term for your president. And so if he wants to leave his mark, if you want to have an impact on policy, he's going to need to find a way to keep that side of the party that wants to go full, liberal, full, extreme tamped down. He didn't run as an extreme liberal. He made a point in the campaign of saying, Hey, look, I beat those guys. And so I think we'll see that reflected the policy as well. The question is, can he control You know, sort of darker desires of his party. So the military gains that we've made we know all about what the president the current president has been about these last few years. The military gains I've been very nice have been, you know displayed if you will that will those be unwound? Is that something that they tried to kind of undue and then maybe leading to. Ah, a foreign conflict of some point. Do you have any thoughts on that? I mean, certainly it's possible. Look, I mean, at the end of the day, how could you not be a foreign adversary and look at the sort of tumble in turmoil in the country over the last few years and not say here's an opportunity or an opening right? Have we taken our eye off the ball is a country and have internal divisions limited our ability to be a leader on the global stage. And I think that maybe we won't have, you know, sort of a large scale conflict, but It's certainly an opportunity to poke the Barents Sea. You know where the weaknesses are. And so I wouldn't be surprised if you know we had a situation where Biden was having to respond to something that very early on like that early on in his administration. So would you say then between now and 2022 that we have a realistic chance of taking back the house? I mean, what has to happen Ryan between now and then. In order for for us to have a realistic chance of doing that. Historically, I would say yes, the opportunity is there looking at the division of power in the U. S house? Absolutely. The opportunity is there, But look, whenever you lose a campaign, you have the opportunity to tell the truth to break down what didn't work where we felt sure where we failed to respond or anticipate. But if we never admit that we lost, there's no opportunity to door doesn't open to telling the truth. And that's the buying. The Republican Party has been in since November. So you know it's it caused this real heartburn in the Georgia special election When we couldn't say Look, these two Republican senators will be a check on President Biden and Speaker Pelosi because we couldn't acknowledge President elect Joe Biden..

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"barents sea" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"barents sea" Discussed on WTVN

"Look, I mean, at the end of the day, how could you not be a foreign adversary and look at the sort of tunnel in turmoil in the country over the last few years and not say here's an opportunity or an opening right? Have we taken our eye off the ball is a country and have internal divisions limited our ability to be a leader on the global stage. And I think that maybe we won't have, you know, sort of a large scale conflict, but It's certainly an opportunity to poke the Barents Sea. You know where the weaknesses are. And so I wouldn't be surprised if you know we had a situation where Biden was having to respond to something that very early on like that early on in his administration. So would you say then between now and 2022 that we have a realistic chance of taking back the house? I mean, what has to happen Ryan between now and then. In order for for us to have a realistic chance of of doing that. Historically, I would say yes, the opportunity is there looking at the division of power in the U. S house? Absolutely. The opportunity is there, But look, whenever you lose a campaign, you have the opportunity to tell the truth to break down what didn't work where we felt sure where we failed to respond or anticipate. But if we never admit that we lost, there's no opportunity to door doesn't open to telling the truth. And that's the buying. The Republican Party has been in since November. So you know it's it caused this real heartburn in the Georgia special election When we couldn't say Look, these two Republican senators will be a check on President Biden and Speaker Pelosi because we couldn't acknowledge President elect Joe Biden. And so we gotta look at the you know the record here. Obviously, Donald Trump won in 2016. But since then we've lost the majority in the house. We lost the White House, and now we've lost the majority in the U. S Senate, and so we have to reconcile. This is either the Democrats are winning on the quality of their ideas or they're winning on our weakness, and I think it's the latter. I don't think the Democrats have brilliant ideas that the The Americans are rallying behind. But I do think that we have weakness in the party that we need to address. And if we can do that, if we can tell the truth, then I am optimistic about 2022 2024. Well, it sounds like based on what? You were just kind of laying out there at the beginning of you know what you just said. But you're probably not surprised at the fact that we lost both seats in the runoff because I was I was shocked by that. But based on what you just said Had I been thinking that way? I guess I wouldn't be as shocked But were you shocked at all? Or were you like my new it? I knew this was coming. What? Well, we should wait. I was absolutely shocked because those air races that we should have won that historically, we won that we've had. We had a stronger messaging battlefield to play on and we surrendered on on all those points. We let the Democrats out. Organize us. We allowed internal division and discord to define our party and a critical two month phase and Democrats working very hard and very focused and very smart. And you know that has consequences at the ballot box on Election Day. Ryan Castle, GOP strategist with Beast Digital and, Man. Thanks you are. You're so good at what you do, and I really appreciate you taking a few minutes.

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Russian military accuses U.S. and NATO of conducting provocative drills

AP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Russian military accuses U.S. and NATO of conducting provocative drills

"The Russian military has accused the U. S. and its NATO allies of conducting a provocative military drills near the nation's borders in a statement that reflects a simmering Russia NATO tensions Moscow's general stuff says Russia who sent a formal letter to NATO proposing to scale down each other's miniature activities for the period of the corona virus outbreak but the alliance's stonewalled the author the official particularly mentioned NATO's recent maneuvers in the Barents Sea charging that they emulated strikes on Russian territory on the intercept of Russian intercontinental ballistic missiles Russia west relations have sunk to a post nuclear war low off the the twenty fourteen Russian annexation of Ukraine's Crimean peninsula

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Russian general chafes at  "provocative" NATO drills

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Russian general chafes at "provocative" NATO drills

"The Russian military has accused the U. S. and its NATO allies of conducting a provocative military drills near the nation's borders in a statement that reflects a simmering Russia NATO tensions Moscow's general stuff says Russia who sent a formal letter to NATO proposing to scale down each other's miniature activities for the period of the corona virus outbreak but the alliance's stonewalled the author the official particularly mentioned NATO's recent maneuvers in the Barents Sea charging that they emulated strikes on Russian territory on the intercept of Russian intercontinental ballistic missiles Russia west relations have sunk to a post nuclear war low off the the twenty fourteen Russian annexation of Ukraine's Crimean peninsula I'm Charles at the live this month

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Appeals court upholds Norway licenses for Arctic drilling

AP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 3 years ago

Appeals court upholds Norway licenses for Arctic drilling

"In a blow to environmental groups sued filed suits against arctic oil drilling little region government will be allowed to hand out drilling licenses in the region an appeals court upheld a ruling the too quick to the government of charges from the group's nature and use and Greenpeace Nordic the drilling for oil and gas in all two quarters would violate the twenty fifteen Paris agreement on climate change and the Norwegian constitution the lawyer representing the Norwegian government argued that drilling licenses in the Barents Sea have been backed by a large majority in the nation's parliament he warned the courts against tipping the balance of power between elected officials and the justice system according to Norwegian broadcaster NRK the environmental groups immediately appealed Thursday's

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Appeals court upholds Norway licenses for Arctic drilling

AP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 3 years ago

Appeals court upholds Norway licenses for Arctic drilling

"In a blow to environmental groups sued filed suits against arctic oil drilling little region government will be allowed to hand out drilling licenses in the region an appeals court upheld a ruling the too quick to the government of charges from the group's nature and use and Greenpeace Nordic the drilling for oil and gas in all two quarters would violate the twenty fifteen Paris agreement on climate change and the Norwegian constitution the lawyer representing the Norwegian government argued that drilling licenses in the Barents Sea have been backed by a large majority in the nation's parliament he warned the courts against tipping the balance of power between elected officials and the justice system according to Norwegian broadcaster NRK the environmental groups immediately appealed Thursday's ruling

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Fire kills 14 Russian sailors aboard submarine

Morning Edition

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

Fire kills 14 Russian sailors aboard submarine

"A Russian deep sea submersible that caught fire this week in the Barents Sea was a nuclear powered military submarine technology men came earlier today from Russian president Vladimir Putin Russia's defense minister says the subs reactor has been isolated and the vessel is fully operational a fire aboard the sub killed fourteen

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