China Aces Its First Rocket From Yellow Sea Platform

China Aces Its First Rocket From Yellow Sea Platform

The Long March 11 rocket launched from a platform locally available a business send in the Yellow Sea off the shoreline of Shandong territory – the 306th Long March rocket launch, yet... Read more »
Production at World’s Biggest Nutella Factory Affected by Protest of French Workers

Production at World’s Biggest Nutella Factory Affected by Protest of French Workers

Pressures have been mounting at the site in Villers-Ecalles in Normandy, where activists from the Workers' Force association have been banishing trucks from entering or leaving the production line for seven days. Read more »
China Still Uses Ozone Depleting CFC-11 in Violation of the Montreal Protocol

China Still Uses Ozone Depleting CFC-11 in Violation of the Montreal Protocol

CFC-11 was eliminated under the 1987 Montreal Protocol. In spite of being the signatory to the Montreal Protocol, and consenting to eliminate the generation of CFC-11 of every 2010, China kept on... Read more »
79 Injured After a Blast at a Russian explosives factory

79 Injured After a Blast at a Russian explosives factory

The blast occurred on Saturday at the Kristall explosives production line in Dzerzhinsk, 250 miles (400km) east of Moscow. Read more »
Virginia Beach Shooting_ City Mourns ‘The Most Devastating Day’ as 12 killed

Virginia Beach Shooting: City Mourns ‘The Most Devastating Day’ as 12 killed

The FBI, Department of Homeland Security, and the Virginia state police are assisting with the investigation of the same. Read more »
Meghalaya to Plant 1.5 Million Trees on World Environment Day on June 5

Meghalaya to Plant 1.5 Million Trees on World Environment Day on June 5

Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma has additionally spoken to all residents to add to the effort and be a part of the mission to plant 1.5 million trees on that day. Read more »
World’s Largest Public Bus System Starts Transition to Electric

World’s Largest Public Bus System Starts Transition to Electric

In accordance with Governor Anies Baswedan's vision to make Jakarta one of the greenest urban areas on the planet, the Transjakarta Bus Rapid Transit System is revealing a preliminary program of electric... Read more »
Japan Attack_ Schoolchildren Waiting for Bus Attacked, One Child Killed

Japan Attack: Schoolchildren Waiting for Bus Attacked, One Child Killed

US President Donald Trump, who was in Japan on the most recent day of a state visit, likewise offered his "prayers and sympathy" to the victims of the attack.  Read more »
Mount Agung_ Flights Cancelled as Bali Volcano Erupts

Mount Agung: Flights Cancelled as Bali Volcano Erupts

The national disaster office said Friday night's eruption endured four minutes and 30 seconds, spreading lava and rocks about 3km from the pit. Read more »
Mt Everest_ Death Toll Reaches 7 in a Week During Overcrowding Near Summit

Mt Everest: Death Toll Reaches 7 in a Week During Overcrowding Near Summit

Nepal has issued 381 licenses at $11,000 (£8,600) each for the spring climbing season at the world's most astounding pinnacle. Read more »
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