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USS Stennis refueling off to a fast start — with coffee to go coming soon

The Roanoke Times 13 Jun 2021
A few days before tugs edged the 103,000-ton ship into dry dock, with just 18 inches to spare on either side, Stennis sailors showed up at the yard for a version of a “FOD.” ... But Norman pushed for ship’s force and shipyard safety experts to team up to issue combined safety bulletins, instead of the separate reports of refuelings past.
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Stennis refueling off to a fast start — with coffee to go coming soon

Stars and Stripes 12 Jun 2021
A few days before tugs edged the 103,000-ton ship into dry dock, with just 18 inches to spare on either side, Stennis sailors showed up at the yard for a version of a “FOD.” ... But Norman pushed for ship’s force and shipyard safety experts to team up to issue combined safety bulletins, instead of the separate reports of refuelings past.
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Block Rocking

Oklahoma Gazette 10 Jun 2021
Guestroom Records, 3701 N ... From 9 a.m ... There’s a Flaming Lips [The] Soft Bulletin companion double-LP that’s coming out ... It’s like b-sides, demos, comp tracks, some alternate takes, remixes, that kind of stuff from The Soft Bulletin era, which is exciting. Barring shipping delays, all of our copies should be signed by Wayne [Coyne],” he said ... .
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When COVID invades a ship: Filipino captain tells ordeal of infection in the middle of ...

Manila Bulletin 06 Jun 2021
MV Athens Bridge Captain Marlon Quiñones, in an interview with the Manila Bulletin, said that it was a normal ship’s operation and the crew members followed the safety protocols during their whole stay in Chennai and Kattupalli ports in India ... Quiñones told the Manila Bulletin.
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Greece highlights marine plastic pollution on World Environment Day

Manila Bulletin 06 Jun 2021
ATHENS, June 5 (Xinhua) — Greece is highlighting marine plastic pollution as it marks World Environment Day, which falls on June 5, and World Oceans Day on June 8, with the Shipping Ministry launching a project to clean up eight Greek ports. PIXABAY/ MANILA BULLETIN ... .
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Very severe cyclone Yaas close to north Odisha, West Bengal coasts

Hindustan Times 26 May 2021
UPDATED ON MAY 26, 2021 08.55 AM IST ... The outer cloud bands of Yaas are over land. The system is close to Paradip also ... Additionally, very rough to high seas, squally weather and gale winds around the system centre will affect shipping vessels and fishing operations, RMSI, a global disaster risk management company said in its bulletin on Yaas ... ....
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India on alert ahead of second powerful cyclone in 10 days

Sun Star 25 May 2021
Cyclone Yaas is expected to make landfall on Wednesday and could pack sustained winds of up to 165 kilometers per hour (102 miles per hour), the India Meteorological Department said ... A weather bulletin from the country’s Meteorological Department in Dhaka said that ships should leave maritime ports of Chattogram, Mongla, Cox’s Bazar and Payra ... (AP). .
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India on alert for second powerful cyclone in 10 days

TVNZ 25 May 2021
India's eastern coast is on alert ahead of a severe cyclone brewing in the Bay of Bengal, days after a powerful storm battered the country's western coast and killed at least 140 people ... A weather bulletin from the country's Meteorological Department in Dhaka said that ships should leave maritime ports of Chattogram, Mongla, Cox's Bazar and Payra ... .
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India braces for the second powerful cyclone in 10 days

The National 25 May 2021
India’s eastern coast is on alert for a severe cyclone brewing in the Bay of Bengal, days after a powerful storm battered the western coast, killing at least 140 people ... Read More ... A weather bulletin from the country’s Meteorological Department in Dhaka said that ships should leave the maritime ports of Chattogram, Mongla, Cox’s Bazar and Payra ... .
photo: AP
A man walks holding an umbrella during a drizzle at the Puri beach on the Bay of Bengalcoast in Odisha, India, Monday, May 24, 2021.
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India on high alert for arrival of second powerful cyclone in 10 days

The National 25 May 2021
India’s eastern coast is on alert for a severe cyclone brewing in the Bay of Bengal, days after a powerful storm battered the western coast, killing at least 140 people ... Read More ... A weather bulletin from the country’s Meteorological Department in Dhaka said that ships should leave the maritime ports of Chattogram, Mongla, Cox’s Bazar and Payra ... .
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Thousands evacuated in India as strong Cyclone Yaas inches closer

Al Jazeera 25 May 2021
Tens of thousands of people have been evacuated in low-lying areas of two Indian states and moved to cyclone shelters to escape a powerful storm barreling towards the eastern coast ... A weather bulletin from the country’s Meteorological Department in Dhaka said that ships should leave maritime ports of Chattogram, Mongla, Cox’s Bazar and Payra ... .
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Cyclone Tauktae weakens into depression, says IMD

Hindustan Times 19 May 2021
2) Light to moderate intensity rain and gusty winds with a speed of 30-40kmph would continue to occur over the national capital region (Bahadurgarh, Gurugram, Faridabad, Ballabhgarh, Noida) and the adjoining areas of Panipat, Gannaur, Sonipat, Gohana, the IMD said in its morning bulletin.
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The Energy Bulletin Weekly 10 May 2021

Resilience 10 May 2021
For March, Venezuela shipped an average of 688,533 b/d ... The Briefs (date of the article in the Daily Energy Bulletin is in parentheses). French LNG-powered ships. French container shipping firm CMA CGM said on April 30 it had ordered 22 new ships to be built, including 12 that will be powered by LNG.
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Crewman of Ship Flees Quarantine at Aussie Port as 12 More Claim Asylum

The Epoch Times 03 May 2021
Around this same time, 12 other crewmen, believed to be of Syrian�descent according to the Townsville Bulletin, refused to reboard the ship and claimed asylum.
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Former DFA chief claims China "deceitfully breached" a US-brokered agreement during 2012 Scarborough Shoal standoff

Manila Bulletin 29 Apr 2021
Former Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario on Thursday claimed that China “deceitfully breached” a United States-brokered agreement to settle the 2012 Scarborough (Panatag) Shoal standoff by not withdrawing its 30 ships from the area. Former DFA Secretary Albert Del Rosario (Manila Bulletin).

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