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Several hours after a massive explosion took down portions of the roadway, light traffic has resumed on Russia’s only bridge to Crimea. According to authorities, three individuals were killed in the explosion on Europe’s longest bridge, a symbol of Russia’s 2014 annexation of the peninsula from Ukraine, According to Russian officials, the victims were in a neighboring vehicle when a truck exploded. The railway portion of the bridge, where oil tanks caught fire, appears to have reopened as well, Saturday evening, the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs released a video purporting to show automobiles crossing the bridge. The rail and…

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Emmy, age 3, was napping next to her best friend at a daycare centre in northern Thailand when an armed intruder with a gun and a knife broke in. The eleven three-year-olds in the class were previously engaged in drawing and writing. At approximately 10:00 local time, teachers sent photos of smiling, happy children to the parents of each student. Panya Kamrab, a former police officer, stormed the building two hours later, during nap time. Before entering each of the three kindergarten classrooms, he reportedly opened fire on personnel, including a teacher who was eight months pregnant, according to witnesses.…

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The international community has agreed upon a long-term plan to reduce carbon emissions from aviation. Image Source – tradearabia.com Net Zero plan, At a summit in Montreal, the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) expressed support for a 2050 “aspirational” net-zero aviation target, idea, viewed by many as a compromise, was endorsed by the 193 ICAO member states. However, environmental groups say that the agreement is weak and not legally binding, When the world met in Paris in 2015 to agree on a long-term plan to combat climate change, the aviation and shipping industries were absent. The airline industry contributes approximately…

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After being “trapped inside a block of stone” for a century, the evolutionary secrets of a 230-million-year-old fossil reptile have finally come to light. The fossil, which was discovered in Scotland a century ago, was examined by researchers using strong X-ray scans. The Scleromochlus creature’s first complete skeleton was recreated thanks to their research. According to scientists, the large, wingless pterodactyl’s ancient cousin is this little, scampering Triassic lizard. Lead researcher Dr. Davide Foffa from National Museums Scotland said, “Until we took these scans, we just didn’t grasp just how much we were missing.” Scleromochlus is a member of the…

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According to a source close to the family, relatives of a child who died during protests in Iran have been pressured into giving false statements. On September 20, Nika Shakarami, 16, vanished from Tehran after telling a friend she was being pursued by authorities. Wednesday night, her aunt Atash was shown saying on state television: “Nika was killed falling from a building.” As he spoke out against the turmoil on television, someone appeared to whisper to him, “Say it, you scoundrel!” According to the source, both of these “forced confessions” were obtained “after prolonged interrogations and threats that more family…

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A group of archaeologists in Israel unearthed what they believe to be 44 pure gold coins from the seventh century that were buried in a wall at a natural reserve in the country. The experts hypothesise that the treasure, which weighed about 170g and was found at the location known as Hermon Stream (Banias), was concealed sometime after the Muslim conquest of the region in the year 635. They said that the coins provided evidence of the starting stages of the fall of Byzantine power in the region. After the fall of the Western Roman Empire, the eastern portion of…

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Hubble Telescope Reboost NASA and SpaceX signed an unfunded Space Act Agreement on Thursday, September 22 to investigate the viability of a SpaceX and Polaris Program proposal to push the agency’s Hubble Space Telescope into a higher orbit with the Dragon spacecraft, at no cost to the government. NASA has no plans to execute or support a servicing mission or compete for this chance; the purpose of this study is to help the agency comprehend the commercial possibilities. This study was proposed by SpaceX and the Polaris Program to better understand the technical constraints associated with servicing missions. This research…

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The director of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in Ukraine has been detained by Russian troops, according to Ukraine’s state nuclear regulator Energoatom. Friday at approximately 16:00 local time (13:30 GMT), Ihor Murashov’s vehicle was stopped as it traveled from the facility to the nearby city of Enerhodar, Enerhoatom’s president told that he was then blindfolded and believed to have been taken to a prison facility in Enerhodar. Ukraine War In March, Moscow seized Europe’s largest nuclear plant and retained its Ukrainian staff, Both Ukraine and Russia accuse one another of repeatedly shelling the nuclear power plant, amid global concerns…

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