Member Center:Create Account|Log InManage Account|Log Out Home News Community Calendar Podcasts Newsletter TV Radio Weather About LIFESTYLE TV11 TV8 TVone GNN i94-FM Isla63-AM Auto Beauty & Style Entertainment Food Health Home/Family Money Pets Tech Travel VideoBytes Press Releases Learn about sea turtle protection tomorrow Posted: Monday, April 1, 2019 3:16 AM EDTUpdated: Monday, April 1, 2019 3:16 AM EDT You can learn more about the island's sea turtles tomorrow, April 2, at an informational session at the Department of Agriculture's Director's Office. At the session, you'll hear how Agriculture's Division of Wildlife Resources works with the sea turtles and how Haggan Watch volunteers help protect the sea turtles. The session begins at 6 p.m. in Mangilao. For more information, call 745-0281 or email [email protected] NEWS HEADLINESMore>>Emergency experts get trained on explosivesEmergency experts get trained on … [Read more...] about Learn about sea turtle protection tomorrow
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No US submarine would ever be allowed near Russia’s Arctic shores, Putin has stated, ridiculing the plot of a recent Hollywood movie in which an American sub captain rescues a Russian leader captured by military coup plotters. Putin found the story line of Donovan Marsh's ‘Hunter Killer’ blockbuster a “highly unlikely” scenario, to say the least, when, at the end of G20 press conference, he was suddenly asked what he thinks about the plot where an American Virginia-class submarine docks at a Russian Arctic base after rescuing a Russian President from captivity, preventing a military coup and averting World War III. We had two small US boats donated to Ukraine, which could not pass the Kerch Strait. And you want a nuclear sub to enter our base? “This is a highly unlikely scenario. Surreal!,” he added with a smile. Also on rt.com Putin explains Russian stance on Kerch Strait crisis to Merkel over caviar breakfast at G20 (VIDEO) … [Read more...] about US nuclear subs in Russia’s Arctic? ‘Highly unlikely’, Putin says, about surreal Hollywood flick
With only one month to go before the big day, people across Liverpool are gearing up for the festive season. From a quick shopping trip to Liverpool One , to visiting the Ice Festival with the family - it's all go in Liverpool. But, what a lot of us want to know is could Liverpool see a white Christmas this year? We spoke to the weather experts at the Met Office to see what their predictions are. What is a white Christmas? The definition that the Met Office uses to define a white Christmas is for one snowflake to be observed falling in the 24 hours of 25 December somewhere in the UK. What did the Met Office say? A Met Office spokesperson told the ECHO: "It’s a few weeks too early to tell what the weather will be like on Christmas Day. "The Met Office provide accurate forecasts for seven days ahead and although we do produce a range of forecasts beyond this, such as our six-30 day outlook, this won’t give specific details for weather in the UK - rather a feel or … [Read more...] about Here’s what the Met Office had to say about Liverpool getting a white Christmas
Picture: AFP Athens. Greek authorities said Thursday that about 74,000 asylum-seekers are now living in the country, and efforts are underway to expand housing for them and improve conditions at island camps for migrants who arrive by sea, wrote Kathimerini. Migration Minister Dimitris Vitsas said that in coming months some 6,000 people will be moved to the mainland from island camps, where conditions have repeatedly been criticized by rights groups. Vitsas conceded that the situation is "difficult" in these camps, where 20,000 people live in facilities designed for fewer than 10,000. He promised to set up small health centers in each of the camps on the islands of Lesbos, Samos, Chios, Leros and Kos – where, under a deal between the European Union and Turkey to curb migration flows, new arrivals by sea from Turkey are kept pending processing of their asylum bids. Vitsas said a sewage treatment plant was expected to be completed by March 2019 at the Moria camp on … [Read more...] about Kathimerini: Greece says about 74,000 asylum-seekers now in the country
I think Istanbul Airport, which we inaugurated on the 95th anniversary of the republic, will be a very important symbol for those looking back on Turkey's economic history in the future. The construction process of Istanbul Airport tells the recent economic and political history of Turkey and even of the region, while the airport itself tells a lot about the future journey of the Turkish economy. First, Istanbul Airport coming into service means the absolute defeat of many anti-democratic conspiracies, terrorist actions and coup attempts in Turkey. In this sense, the emergence of Istanbul Airport is the symbolic defeat of a series of attacks, which started with the reactionary Gezi Park protests in 2013 and continued with the Dec. 17/25 plot in 2013 and the July 15 coup attempt in 2016. These attacks were aimed at overthrowing the popularly elected government and initiating a reactionary restoration process in Turkey. In fact, the process, which started with the Reyhanlı attack … [Read more...] about What does Istanbul Airport say about Turkey?