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This is why Thursday’s earthquake did not trigger a devastating Pacific tsunami-Washington Post

This is why Thursday’s earthquake did not trigger a devastating Pacific tsunami. The Washington Post New Zealand earthquake triggers tsunami warning and evacuation “Guardian” New Zealand suffered a magnitude 8.1 earthquake, after a series of earthquakes, tsunami warnings were cancelled After the earthquake of magnitude 8.1 in New Zealand, New Zealand lowered its tsunami warning Three hours after the Honolulu …

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In the past 10 days, a “mass” of more than 20,000 earthquakes shook Iceland-and could trigger a volcanic eruption

The Icelandic Meteorological Agency said that southwestern Iceland is currently experiencing a “massive” seismic activity, with more than 20,000 earthquakes recorded since February 24. The office said that magma movement is likely to be the cause of the current surge in the Reykjavín peninsula, triggering concerns about volcanic eruptions. According to the office, more than 3,100 earthquakes have occurred on …

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Governor McMaster cancelled the requirements for masks in restaurants and government buildings, but still recommends the use-WYFF4 Greenville

Governor McMaster cancelled the mask requirements for restaurants and state government buildings, but still recommends WYFF4 Greenville McMaster cancelled the authorization of masks for SC government buildings and restaurants WIS10 McMaster raises mandatory facial coverings for restaurants, state government facilities Live 5 News WCSC Latest news: Research finds that masks and dining rules help curb the spread of WBOY.com My …

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Germany sees an increase in Covid-19 mutations because the British strain has been detected in 40% of new infections

Lothar Wieler, director of the Robert Koch Institute in Germany, addressed the media in Berlin on March 5.Andreas Gora/Pool/Getty Images Dr. Lothar Wieler, head of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), a German public health agency, said at a press conference on Friday that Germany is currently experiencing “a worrying rise in coronavirus mutations.” Willer said that B.1.17 is the first …

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Italy has blocked AstraZeneca vaccine due to growing concerns about vaccine nationalism

After AstraZeneca cut the dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, there was a fierce quarrel between the European Union and the British and Swiss pharmaceutical manufacturers. The dose of the Covid-19 vaccine will be delivered to the European Union in early 2021.Italy’s powers invoked on Thursday, under certain circumstances, can restrict the export of doses outside the EU Amidst the differences, …

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Myanmar’s digital insurgents finally found a way to harm the military government

This story was produced in collaboration with Coda Story. One month after the Burmese military seized power in a bloodless coup and declared a one-year state of emergency, daily protests continued to shake cities and towns across the country. Now, in addition to angering the people, the underground movement of pro-democracy activists has released many new digital tools to the …

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Protest against the barricades of the former Mexican National Palace

Ben Singa Female leaders in the blockchain are good for businesses Women leading the blockchain believe that gender diversity is not only about human rights, but also about corporate rights. Due to the historic 2020, the historic 2020, the National Women’s History Alliance, the organizer of the March Women’s History Month, has extended its centennial commemoration. Therefore, this year’s theme …

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Biden’s Russian pipeline dilemma has become more serious-he wants Ted Cruz to thank

Senator Jeanne Shahin (DN.H.), a member of the Committee on Foreign Relations and Armed Forces, said on Thursday: “Time is running out. Work needs to be completed before the pipeline is completed.” “And I think we need to act very quickly. “ On Friday, when Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) shelved the final confirmation of President Joe Biden’s CIA director’s nominee, …

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According to sources, Oxford research shows that AstraZeneca can effectively fight against the Brazilian variants

Rodrigo Viga Gaier Rio de Janeiro (Reuters)-Preliminary data from a study conducted by the University of Oxford indicate that the COVID-19 vaccine developed by AstraZeneca PLC is effective against P1 or the Brazilian variant. Friday. The source said that the data showed that the vaccine does not need to be modified to protect the variant, which is believed to have …

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