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Iranian tanker Adrian Darya 1 photographed Tartus in front of the Syrian port: an American satellite company

(Reuters) – Iranian oil tanker Adrian Darya 1, in a dispute between Tehran and the Western powers and darkening Syria earlier this week, was photographed by satellite in front of Tartus' Syrian port, Maxar Technologies, Inc ., said a US space company on Saturday. This satellite image from September 6, 2019 provided by Maxar Technologies shows the Iranian oil tanker …

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New dinosaur species found: Kamuysaurus japonicus – a herbivorous hadrosaur – was discovered in Japan

A new species of dinosaur has been discovered in Japan, and it is the largest dinosaur skeleton ever found in the country. Researchers believe the bones help explain the origin and evolution of dinosaurs in the region. The dinosaur is a completely new genus and species of the herbivorous hadrosaur, which roamed the earth more than 65 million years ago …

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Amazon fires: Seven countries sign Forest Protection Pact

Media playback is not supported on your device. Media Title Why the Amazon rainforest contributes to climate change mitigation. Seven South American countries have agreed measures to protect the Amazon River basin, the largest tropical forest in the world. Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Peru and Suriname signed a pact in which they set up a civil protection network and …

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India's Chandrayaan-2 does not manage to land gently on the South Pole of the Moon: NPR

Indian space research organization staff reacts when they learn mission control lost communication with the unmanned landing module on Saturday (local time) shortly before landing on the South Pole of the Moon. Aijaz Rahi / AP Hide Caption Switch caption Aijaz Rahi / AP Indian space research organization staff reacts when they learn that mission control lost communication with the …

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The judge cuts the prison sentence of former Blackwater contractors for the Iraqi shooting of 2007, which killed 14 people

A federal judge suspended Thursday's detention of three former Blackwater security companies who opened fire in Baghdad in Iraq in 2007, killing 14 unarmed civilians and injuring 17 others. United States. District Judge Royce Lamberth sentenced Paul Slough, Evan Liberty and Dustin Heard to 15 years, 14 years and 12 years and seven months, respectively. The trio was sentenced to …

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Oil Lakes Leaking From Hurricane-Hit Facility On Grand Bahama Island: NPR

A satellite image taken Friday shows damage and oil leaking from a terminal on Grand Bahama. The company that owns it said when Hurricane Dorian hit late Sunday.                                                                            Satellite image © 2019 Maxar Technologies                                       hide caption toggle caption Satellite image © 2019 Maxar Technologies               A satellite image taken Friday shows damage and oil …

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