Gigantic Greenland glacier growing after years of melting: NASA

Gigantic Greenland glacier growing after years of melting: NASA

a major glacier in Greenland that was one of the fastest shrinking ice and snow masses on earth is growing again however NASA says the growth is just temporary using their reports this is the yaqoob shavon glacier seen in 2015 a major mass of ice in Greenland consider one of the fastest shrinking ice and snow masses on earth

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DeHart reportedly demands five time more for 11th SMA, including military asset management cost

DeHart reportedly demands five time more for 11th SMA, including military asset management cost

now we start with a visit to Seoul by the table US negotiator in defense cost-sharing it was assumed that he was here to gauge the public sentiment in South Korea toward paying a hefty tab for the US troop presence on the Korean Peninsula however during his talks with officials on Wednesday some numbers were thrown out there including

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Achieving denuclearization of Korean Peninsula is possible through diplomatic means: Shanahan

Achieving denuclearization of Korean Peninsula is possible through diplomatic means: Shanahan

acting US Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan has had full confidence in the ability to negotiate the final full and verifiable denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula but he added North Korea remains an extraordinary threat that requires continued vigilance shanahan who is in Singapore for the shangri-la dialogue said Saturday that he viewed North Korea’s recent missile tests as a

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Two Koreas and U.S. could declare end of war on Korean peninsula before year end…

Two Koreas and U.S. could declare end of war on Korean peninsula before year end…

Seoul’s Unification Minister expects war to officially end on the Korean peninsula before the year is up. Speaking at the business report meeting of the National Assembly’s Foreign Affairs and Unification Committee Cho Myoung-Gyon… claimed the two Koreas and the U.S. are working to achieve such a declaration by the end of 2018. When asked whether the agreements of the

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Inter-Korean summits help to break stalemate on Korean Peninsula

20:18 is starting to wind down and what a year it has been for the two Koreas three inter-korean summit s’ a sharp reduction in military tensions and even a joint Olympic team along the way over the next week and a half or so we’re gonna look back at the top ten domestic and international stories of the year

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Inter-Korean military communication line for eastern part of peninsula fully restored

The inter-Korean military communication line on the eastern part of the Korean Peninsula has been fully restored eight years after it was cut off due to a wildfire. South Korea’s defense ministry said Wednesday the measure aims to strengthen mutual trust between the two Koreas while easing military tensions. It also explained the complete restoration of fax and phone lines

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Typhoon Kong-rey is edging toward the Korean Peninsula, stay on high alert _ 100518

Good afternoon. Typhoon Kong-rey is edging toward the Korean Peninsula, and will bring torrential showers, strong winds and high waves to the country until Saturday evening. Most regions are seeing moderate to heavy showers and the rain will come down harder as the day goes on. Those in Jeju and along Korea’s eastern and southern coasts will be hit the

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UN rights chief says Maldives crackdown on political dissent ‘all-out assault on democracy’

The UN human rights chief Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein has condemned the crackdown on political dissent in the Maldives as “an all-out assault on democracy.” The island nation has been plunged into crisis recently, with the country’s president declaring a state of emergency this week after the Supreme Court ordered the release of jailed opposition leaders. The declaration led to two

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Maldives extends state of emergency by 30 days

The parliament in the Maldives has approved a 30-day extension of a state of emergency declared by President Abdulla Yameen earlier this month. The declaration was seen as Yameen’s attempt to strengthen his power after the Supreme Court ordered the release of his imprisoned political opponents. The regulations give wide powers to security forces to detain people and curtail freedom

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Talks on denuclearization of Korean Peninsula gaining speed PART 3

So, we’re seeing varying views on what Pyongyang and Washington have been sharing,… but now with the discussion back on track towards CVID, North Korea made another big announcement over the weekend. It gave out a specific schedule of when and how to dismantle its main nuclear test site. It seems the overall denuclearization discussion is gaining much speed. That’s

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