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Dubai’s Turtle Rehabilitation Project releases 14 endangered sea turtles

Gulf News 21 Oct 2021
Jumeirah Group’s Dubai Turtle Rehabilitation Project has released a batch of 14 endangered Green, hawksbill and loggerhead sea turtles from Jumeirah Al Naseem beach. Under the watchful eyes of the group’s marine specialists — including Barbara Lang-Lenton Arrizabalaga, the ...
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Watch: Dubai’s Turtle Rehabilitation Project releases 14 endangered sea turtles

Gulf News 21 Oct 2021
Jumeirah Group’s Dubai Turtle Rehabilitation Project has released a batch of 14 endangered Green, hawksbill and loggerhead sea turtles from Jumeirah Al Naseem beach. Under the watchful eyes of the group’s marine specialists — including Barbara Lang-Lenton Arrizabalaga, the ...
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Aquarium chiefs: Taking a stand for marine life & our fragile ocean

Boston Herald 21 Oct 2021
Roughly the size of Connecticut, this region is renowned for its biodiversity, including long-lived, deep-sea coral communities and large concentrations of marine wildlife, including endangered deep-diving sperm whales and critically endangered North Atlantic right whales.
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Ratu Wiliame Katonivere set to be Fiji's next president

RNZ 21 Oct 2021
"As the traditional leader of Macuata, he has served as a steward of our Great Sea Reef, the third largest barrier reef in the world," he said ... "It prompts us to ask, what is the importance of the reef? In my qoliqoli, the Great Sea Reef is not only a source of life, it is a sanctuary for us, for the fish, and all marine life.
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VIDEO: Russian Troops Rehearse D-Day Style Landing In Annexed Crimea

The Tennessee Tribune 21 Oct 2021
“As part of the exercise, the Black Sea Fleet marines on the BTR-82A, under the cover of aviation and naval forces of the fleet, disembarked from large amphibious ships, fought for the landing, occupied the coastal sector and advanced deep into the positions of the conditional enemy,” the Ministry said.
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Letters to the Editor: No, California isn’t trying to put swordfish fishermen out of business

The Los Angeles Times 21 Oct 2021
To the editor ... The article claims that California’s program is paying swordfish fishermen to go out of business ... Only half of the marine species entangled in driftnets are swordfish. The rest are whales, dolphins, sea lions, sea turtles, sharks and other protected species ... Our oceans face many challenges ... Advertisement. Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.).
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Egypt eyes quadrupling desalination capacity in 5 years

Middle East Online 21 Oct 2021
... sea coasts ... Private resorts along Egypt's Red Sea and Mediterranean coasts, even golf courses, have been using expensive fossil fuel energy for desalination ... The water intake wells lie a short distance inland from the sea to reduce the impact on the delicate marine environment.
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Water-poor Egypt Eyes Quadrupling Desalination Capacity in 5 years

Voa News 21 Oct 2021
... sea coasts ... Private resorts along Egypt’s Red Sea and Mediterranean coasts, even golf courses, have been using expensive fossil fuel energy for desalination ... The water intake wells lie a short distance inland from the sea to reduce the impact on the delicate marine environment.
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Egypt looks to quadruple desalination capacity in 5 years

The New Arab 21 Oct 2021
... sea coasts ... Private resorts along Egypt's Red Sea and Mediterranean coasts, even golf courses, have been using expensive fossil fuel energy for desalination ... The water intake wells lie a short distance inland from the sea to reduce the impact on the delicate marine environment.
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An amateur diver found a 3-foot sword off the Israeli coast - and filmed his ...

Business Insider 21 Oct 2021
Kobi Sharvit, director of the Israel Antiquities Authority's Marine Archaeology Unit, holds a sword that dates back to the Crusades, October 16, 2021 ... "Even the smallest storm moves the sand and reveals areas on the sea bed, meanwhile burying others," Kobi Sharvit, director of the IAA's marine archaeology unit, said in the release.
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These Military Retreats Were Brilliant Moves And One Of Them Was Led By George Washington

War History Online 21 Oct 2021
With the Allies backed up against the sea Germany had the opportunity to completely finish them off, but Hitler ordered his panzer forces to halt their advance. The British used this time to mount the largest sea evacuation in history ... Marines preparing for the long road to the sea after fighting at Chosin Reservoir, Hagaru-ri, Korea, December 1950.
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Style News: Gucci 100 pop-up, free Shopee vouchers with ST subscription

Straits Times 21 Oct 2021
Gucci's 100th anniversary pop-up ... & Rakim - chosen by creative director Alessandro Michele ... COURTESY OF GUCCI ... Info ... From The Animal Project, which showcases and supports talents in the special needs community, there is a pouch ($28) drawn by artist Tay Jun-Yi using a marker pen, with artwork inspired by marine animals spotted at sea ... Info ... � ....
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OR Marine Warning and Forecast

The Argus Press 20 Oct 2021
OR Marine Warnings and Forecast for Wednesday, October 20, 2021 ... URGENT - MARINE WEATHER MESSAGE ... gusts up to 40 kt and seas 14 to 18 ft at 12 seconds ... seas 14 to 19 ft at 14 seconds possible ... * IMPACTS...Strong winds will cause hazardous seas which could ... Mariners should alter plans to avoid these hazardous conditions.
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Three rescued from sailboat during rough seas, Suffolk police say

Newsday 20 Oct 2021
The Marine Bureau was called to a stranded 36-foot sailboat that had sent a distress alert on a VHF radio channel at 9.25 p.m ... Suffolk County police Marine Kilo and Marine Juliet responded ...
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What it’s like to watch a harpooned whale die right before your eyes

Alternet 20 Oct 2021
Captain Paul Watson is a Canadian-American marine conservation activist who founded the direct action group the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society in 1977 and was more recently featured in Animal Planet's popular television series "Whale Wars" and the documentary about his life, "Watson."
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