Monthly Archives: December 2021

Most Japanese nationals want to visit Hawaii after pandemic

A recent online survey conducted by Hawai’i Tourism Japan (HTJ) showed that the first destination most Japanese nationals want to go to after the pandemic is Hawai’i. The survey received nearly 14,595 responses, most of which have already traveled to Hawai’i. 64% of those polled said Hawaii would be the …

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Delhi Weather, Cold Snap Today, Delhi-NCR Omicron Covid-19 Case Latest Live Update, Delhi Airport Travel Rules, Air Quality, New Year Celebration Updates An in Delhi, Delhi Night Curfew Rules, NEET PG Council Protest News

Delhi: upset by seats, commuters damage DTC buses; 6 orders A group of commuters who were unable to board DTC buses due to the 50% seat cap reportedly vandalized 4 to 5 buses and blocked MB Road around 8 a.m. on Thursday. Police said they arrested four men, two women …

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Tariff cuts for farmers start in the new year | Western Review

Australian farmers will be able to better tap new markets thanks to the world’s largest free trade agreement that comes into force on January 1. The 15-nation FTA – known as the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership – covers 30 percent of the world’s population and 29 percent of its GDP. …

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Japan maintains budget for overseas lawmakers’ travel despite pandemic

Japan’s budget proposal for fiscal year 2022, as of April, includes 562 million yen in spending on overseas investigative travel by lawmakers, almost unchanged from previous years, although almost all those trips were canceled amid the coronavirus pandemic. With many international exchanges held online, legislator trips are viewed critically by …

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Aruba tightens entry requirements for US and Canada due to Omicron issues

Share the article Last update 16 minutes ago Starting Monday, December 27, 2021, residents of the United States, Canada and other high-risk countries traveling to Aruba will be required to take a COVID-19 molecular test two days (48 hours) before departure and no longer have the possibility to test on …

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Tokyo researchers work on ‘dream’ COVID-19 vaccine that protects life

Tokyo researchers are developing a “dream” COVID-19 vaccine that offers lifelong efficacy, game-changing as the fight against the coronavirus drags on into its third year. At a time when it looks like most COVID-19 vaccines will require periodic boosters due to declining antibody levels in recipients, creating a vaccine with …

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Unveiling of the clouds of Venus

Perhaps the clouds of Venus are strewn with airborne microbes resembling sulfur-reducing autotrophs on Earth, which are able to reduce elemental sulfur to hydrogen sulfide, and therefore thrive in the absence of oxygen. . Or maybe they look like certain types of photosynthetic organisms, whose maximum uptake is blue-violet or …

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After the storm: Delays, closures and a lot of shoveling and snow removal

Heavy snowfall and wind gusts on Sunday delayed the normal start of the work week today. As residents of the area shovel their sidewalks and driveways as the city and contract snow plows open up streets and parking lots, many businesses, churches and services have either canceled operations for today …

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The magazine shows a softer side to inmates in their daily work

FUKUOKA – The cover of a new the magazine shows a woman sitting on an “engawa” veranda with a cup of green tea in her hand, nothing out of the ordinary. The Lutone magazine article …, titled “Nihon no Natsu, Nihoncha no Natsu” (Summer in Japan – Summer of Japanese …

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Andreas Reckart, Senior Retail Director of Ricola

“Despite the challenges, our strategy remains the same – Ricola’s main focus remains airports in Europe and Asia, while we are keen to develop distribution in geographies / channels where we still have gaps. ” Ricola Senior Director Travel Retail Andreas Reckart Recount DFNI. How well has your travel retail …

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Deadly arson in Osaka calls for improved building safety laws

A week after an arson attack on a building in Osaka killed 25 people, an expert calls for legislation to improve safety in commercial buildings that have only one fire escape. The December 17 arson attack at a mental health clinic on the fourth floor of the small multi-tenant apartment …

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Yoko Ono: “Perhaps the most famous Japanese person in the world”

Bungei Shunju magazine, which celebrates its 100th anniversary this month, features 100 prominent Japanese people. Among them is Yoko Ono, “probably the most famous Japanese person in the world”. If fame is name recognition, it could very well be. Her relationship with one of the world’s most famous men – …

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This is what it is at Toronto Pearson right now

Traveling to Toronto Pearson Airport can be stressful even at the best of times, but long lines and increasing COVID-19 cases are making things even more difficult right now. Many people planned their trip for Christmas long before the rapid spread of the Omicron variant and the reinstatement of travel …

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Canadians frustrated with long wait times and cancellation policies as COVID-19 travel restrictions remain unclear

An Air Canada plane heads for a runway at Vancouver International Airport as a WestJet flight takes off on March 20, 2020.DARRYL DYCK / The Canadian Press Canadians scrambling to change their air travel plans in response to the latest wave of the pandemic face clogged call center phone lines …

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Can the G-7’s B3W initiative compete with China in Latin America? – The diplomat

Advertising In June 2021, at the G-7 summit in Cornwall, UK, US President Joe Biden and his peers from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the UK announced the launch of the Build Back Better World (B3W) initiative. . The mega-project aims to allocate $ 40 billion of infrastructure and …

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today in history | OMCP News

Today in History Today is Thursday, December 23, the 357th day of 2021. There are eight days left in… Today in history Today is Thursday, December 23, the 357th day of 2021. There are eight days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history: On December 23, 1783, George Washington …

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Infographic: COVID Testing for International Travel | Infographic News

Passengers traveling abroad this December holiday season will have to negotiate the latest COVID travel regulations. With the start of the generally busy year-end travel season coinciding with the rapid spread of the novel variant of the Omicron coronavirus, passengers are sailing with the latest changes to COVID regulations. At …

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MassDOT issues vacation travel advisory

December 21, 2021 7:10 P.M. BOSTON, Mass. (WLNE) – MassDOT advises those traveling this holiday season to plan ahead for the next few weeks. The highways division is trying to help with the heavy travel expected. There will be no construction on main roads from 5 a.m. on December 24 …

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Cloud Computing Hardware Market Segmentation, Demand, Growth, Trend, Opportunity and Forecast 2022 to 2028 – Business

Summary A new market study, titled “Cloud computing infrastructure hardware Market Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers and Challenges ”was featured on fusionmarketresearch. This report provides an in-depth study of ‘Cloud computing infrastructure hardware using SWOT analysis i.e. strength, weakness, opportunity and threat to the organization. the Cloud computing infrastructure hardware The …

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Carbon-air batteries vs hydrogen storage – pv magazine international

Tokyo Tech researchers have developed a smaller and more efficient alternative to hydrogen energy storage. The system uses carbon as the energy source and demonstrates 38% greater power density and charge-discharge efficiency over 10 cycles. December 21, 2021 Marija Maisch H2/ H2O-power-to-gas-to-power systems that produce hydrogen by electrolysis and generate …

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A message of caution for those who want to study in Japan

International students enrolled in Japanese universities need to know when they can return. The country previously said it would accept foreign nationals (including those registered to study in Japan) in November but with the new Omicron variant, the government implemented a new ban, stressing many stranded students. Not only do …

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Travel advisory on the winter weather in effect north of the Sault

Motorists should expect dangerous winter driving conditions and adjust their travel plans accordingly. Up to 14 cm of snow accumulation is possible, according to Environment Canada WEATHER ALERTENVIRONMENT CANADA*************************Weather warning in effect for: Agawa – Lake Superior Park Searchmont – Montreal River Port – Batchawana Bay Wawa – Pukaskwa Park …

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Japanese tourists leave the International Space Station

A Japanese billionaire, his producer, and a Russian cosmonaut have left the International Space Station and headed for Earth, concluding the first self-paying space tourists visit to the orbiting outpost in more than a decade. ThroughThe Associated Press December 20, 2021, 12:06 AM • 2 minutes to read Share on …

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Gatwick Airport: Latest Travel Rules for France, Portugal, Spain, United Arab Emirates and South Africa

Christmas trips have been disrupted for the second year in a row as Omicron cases multiply across the world. Britons are now banned from traveling to 13 countries as it becomes the most dominant variant in Britain. These destinations include China, Japan, and Australia, as countries tighten their travel restrictions. …

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Albany International Airport Vacation Travel Notice

COLONIE, NY (NEWS10) – Albany International Airport (ALB) expects a significant increase in vacation travel similar to the seasonal period of 2020. Officials say as many as 4,000 and more passengers, a day is expected to pass through the airport during this peak vacation. Albany International Airport adds new charging …

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Three-quarters of organizations in India have been affected by ransomware threat this year: report

Ransomware has remained a persistent and pervasive threat to organizations around the world, with India most affected in the Asia-Pacific region, according to a report by cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike, Inc. According to the CrowdStrike Global Security Attitude Survey 2021, conducted by independent research firm Vanson Bourne, ransomware is a persistent …

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France’s wine exports rebound strongly from last year’s drop

IndexBox has just published a new report: ” France – Wine – Market Analysis, Forecast, Size, Trends and Outlook‘. Here is a summary of the main findings of the report. France’s wine exports are returning to pre-pandemic levels this year. Throughout January-September 2021, France’s foreign supplies reached $ 9.56 billion, …

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Omicron India Variant: Avoid Non-Essential Travel, Mass Gatherings, Center Advises Amid Omicron Fear | India News

NEW DELHI: The Omicron variant of the coronavirus “is spreading rapidly” – with 101 confirmed cases in India, the health ministry said on Friday, adding that some districts were showing an increase in overall infections compared to testing. Here is what the Department of Health said in its briefing:* Daily …

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Palantir to relocate all UK data processing from the US before regulatory “tsunami” hits

Palantir, a data analytics company known for its ties to the defense and national security communities, plans to move all of its data processing operations to the UK from the US, before experts call a global ‘regulatory tsunami’ affecting cross-border data flows. . By the end of 2022, Palantir will …

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BACK TO THE FESTIVALS THAT LIGHT UP THE NIGHT SKIES ALL OVER THE WORLD – ANNUAL HOLIDAYS MAGAZINE

All over the world, celebrations and festivals light up the night sky at this time of year. Oil lamps lit up the night in India to symbolize the light that offers protection from spiritual darkness during the five days of the celebration of Diwali. This festival is as important to …

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US TV News “Desert” Has Global Implications

In the United States, in just over a week, the longtime chiefs of three major news broadcasts have all resigned, two of them voluntarily, and the other because of a political and journalistic scandal. involving him and his brother, the recent former governor of New York. The ins and outs …

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Sight Magazine – The Mexican city where bauble making is a way of life

December 15, 2021 A CORRESPONDENT Tlapujahua, Mexico Reuters In Tlalpujahua, Mexico, the spirit of Christmas is ingrained in the very existence of the small town. As people around the world prepare to decorate Christmas trees and buy gifts to celebrate the holidays, in Tlalpujahua thousands of workers do the delicate …

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“Dear Japanese government, please let us see our mother”

Foreign residents of Japan continue to be separated from their families – some for nearly two years – amid new travel bans. On December 8, Melek Ortabasi shared a video on Twitter of her two children speaking directly to the camera. While a Christmas tree in the background might have …

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Senior American Diplomat Begins Southeast Asian Tour in Indonesia | South China Sea News

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken will deliver a speech Tuesday in Jakarta on Washington’s approach to the Indo-Pacific. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has made “very visible” commitment to Indonesia, country’s foreign minister said, as top US diplomat embarks on Southeast Asia tour amid tensions growing with China …

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How to spend 24 hours in Hilo, Hawai’i Island

Discover the natural beauty and “ono” food of the East Side of the Island of Hawaii. Photo: Aaron K. Yoshino It seems like everything grows on the island of Hawai’i, from coffee beans to sweet potatoes, and nowhere is this more apparent than in Hilo. Beautifully lush, the city features …

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Sustainable solutions for climate change

Green bonds: sustainable solutions to climate change How much will it cost to fight climate change? By some estimates, an impressive number $ 50 trillion. And while that may seem like an incredibly intimidating number, you should know that there is a solution to this funding gap: green bonds. But …

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Austria ends lockdown for everyone except the unvaccinated

Austria is on lockdown and has also banned most travelers from entering the country since November 22 due to a high number of COVID-19 cases. This lockdown, which is the country’s fourth since the start of the pandemic, is expected to end today for people who have been fully vaccinated …

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American Indo-Pacific Alliance: Are They Shared Values?

U.S. Air Force C-130J Super Hercules transported with Marine HIMARS arrive during a joint Japan-U.S. Military exercise at Hachinohe Air Base in Aomori Prefecture, Japan on December 7 2021. / CFP U.S. Air Force C-130J Super Hercules transported with Marine HIMARS arrive during a joint Japan-U.S. Military exercise at Hachinohe …

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Australian Paul Bird among four receives IPC Paralympic Order

Australian Paul Bird among four receives IPC Paralympic Order Australian Paralympic swimmer Paul Bird one of four new recipients of the Paralympic Order, awarded by the International Paralympic Committee Friday. Bird competed in the 1980 and 1984 Paralympics. He has also served as a track and field administrator in Australia …

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‘College GameDay’ Live Stream (12/11): How To Watch Bryce Young Interviews, Heisman Online, TV, Time

ESPN’s College GameDay will be heading to the 122nd Army-Navy Match on Saturday December 11th. The broadcast will be broadcast live on fuboTV. The Dark Knights face off against the Midshipmen for the coveted Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy. The three-hour traveling show will spotlight the pageantry and traditions of the “America’s Game” …

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Softbank-Backed Brazilian Crypto Firm Launches New Venture Capital Unit

NEW YORK, Dec.10 (Reuters) – Softbank-backed Brazilian firm 2TM, which operates Latin America’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, has launched a venture capital unit focused on blockchain companies around the world , said the CEO of the company in an interview. 2TM, valued at around $ 2.2 billion after the last fundraising …

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Osaka mayor dined with 30 people for 3 hours despite COVID restraint requests

Osaka Mayor Ichiro Matsui, who heads the Japan Innovation Party (JIP), says he hosted an approximately three-hour dinner meeting with around 30 people, including JIP lawmakers, at the hotel of Osaka City on December 9, 2021 (Mainichi / Mirai Nagira) OSAKA – Osaka Mayor Ichiro Matsui revealed he dined with …

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New US travel warnings for Covid hit European hotspots

PARIS – Travel warnings to the United States are hitting hot spots of longtime American tourists where it hurts, with some dollar-dependent describing their plight as hopeless. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week advised Americans to avoid traveling to France, Portugal and several other European destinations, as …

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NextDC considers Queensland’s Sunshine Coast for first regional data center

Image: NextDC NextDC has announced that it will build its first regional data center in Maroochydore, on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, with the goal of strengthening cloud and connectivity support for regional businesses. Called SC1, the new data center will have a total planned capacity of 1MW. It is also home …

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Tea Time and Again: 10 local sources to soak up in style

Hanami Tea, Asheville Named after the Zen practice of admiring the beauty of cherry blossoms, it also refers to the late-night parties of modern Japan held under those same flowering trees. Hanami offers a range of 13 organic blended teas, each named after different mythological goddesses from around the world. …

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FTSE 100 index rallies for third day as Omicron fears fade – business live | Business

Hello and welcome to our continued coverage of the global economy, financial markets, euro area and business. The largest tour operator in the world Tui said he expects travel to rebound to pre-crisis levels next summer, as it recorded a loss of € 2.4 billion in a full year. However, …

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Biden administration considers options to possibly evacuate US citizens from Ukraine in the event of an invasion of Russia

Contingency planning is led by the Pentagon, the sources said, and comes as the administration briefs Congress on the United States’ preparedness. In a “grim” briefing to senators by senior State Department official Victoria Nuland on Monday evening, Nuland described the tough sanctions package prepared by the administration in response …

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Global Smart Water Management Market Report 2021-2028

Dublin, December 7, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The report “Smart Water Management Market by Component, Automation Solution, User Type and Region – Global Forecast to 2028” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global smart water management market is expected to reach $ 21.2 billion by 2028, growing at a …

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Kim Jong Un and the “Supreme Leader System” – The Diplomat

Advertising Suzuki Masayuki, the first person to earn a doctorate in North Korean politics in Japan, called the North Korean political system the “supreme leader system” (Suryeong-i), which he defined as “a system which aims to ensure the continued leadership of the Supreme Leader through the generations”, in his “Kita …

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Improved testing for arrivals and updates to border measures

To ensure detection and containment of the Omicron variant of the COVID-19 virus, tightened travel restrictions are in place for affected countries / regions, and updated testing regimes have been implemented for all travelers . Airport officials and other frontline border workers who may come into contact with travelers from …

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FG breaches UK travel ban, alleges most UK travelers infected

Eniola Akinkuotu, Adelani Adepegba and Deborah Tolu-Kolawole Posted December 6, 2021 • Between 22 and 28 November, 67 inbound passengers tested positive – NCDC • UK suspends visa applications for Nigerians as restriction begins • US demands negative COVID-19 test from travelers, avoids vaccination status The federal government on Sunday …

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Nissan’s dream car can’t leave the forecourt yet

Being CEO of a global auto giant clearly requires a dense portfolio of talent – a skill set to cover everything from reengineering a crisis supply chain, to placing historic bets on emerging technologies, to choosing a stunning name for a mid-range sedan. But surely, as a basic requirement, they …

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Solomon Islands – Time to Take an Indigenous Perspective

Scenes of political unrest have become more and more frequent in the Solomon Islands, reports of riots, destruction and harsh response were a surprise to some commentators. On the other hand, connoisseurs of the geopolitics of the region have been warning him for some time, specifying “when, not if”. It …

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New Jammu and Kashmir travel guidelines for passengers from countries at risk

Jammu and Kashmir received 1.27 lakh of tourists in November and 97,000 tourists in October, the highest in seven years. Now the Union territory has announced a travel advisory for international tourists from countries at risk. According to the new guidelines, travelers who test negative at Srinagar airport will be …

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US and EU position on China “increasingly convergent”: senior diplomat

The United States and the European Union are increasingly on the same wavelength to counter China’s growing assertion in the Indo-Pacific region, US Assistant Secretary of State Wendy Sherman told Friday. the outcome of interviews with the Secretary General of the EU’s diplomatic service. “We see our approach and the …

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Yutaka Matsuzawa: Disappearance in the desert. Empty gallery

Empty Gallery is pleased to present Yutaka Matsuzawa: Disappearance in the Desert. Co-organized by Alan Longino and Reiko Tomii, and produced with the generous help of the Matsuzawa family, this exhibition represents the first glimpse into the practice of this pivotal artist in Chinese-speaking East Asia. Widely regarded as the …

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Does travel insurance cover border closures, travel advisories and quarantines? – Councilor Forbes

Editorial Note: We earn a commission on partner links on Forbes Advisor. Commissions do not affect the opinions or ratings of our editors. While it is always a good idea to purchase a comprehensive travel insurance policy for international travel, the emergence of the Omicron variant makes travel insurance even …

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Latest updates: UK household wealth soars thanks to rising house prices and savings

The level of hospitalizations for Covid-19 in the United States rose in November, ending a string of two-month declines after the country’s summer surge. The increase in hospitalizations has been accompanied by a daily rise in new coronavirus infections and a high number of deaths, raising concerns about a fifth …

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Acciona commits to supply solar power for 3 GW green hydrogen project – pv magazine Australia

Queensland government generator set Stanwell Energy and Spanish renewable energy company Acciona Energia have signed a memorandum of understanding that could see the energy produced in Aldoga Solar Farm’s 600 MWp project power a hydrogen project 3 GW green under development near Gladstone on the central Queensland coast. December 2, …

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Japan suspends reservations on all flights

TOKYO (AP) – Japan yesterday maintained its aggressive stance against a new variant of the coronavirus, asking international airlines to stop taking new bookings for all flights arriving in the country until the end of December in a further tightening already strict border controls. The Department of Transportation said the …

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As TPLF forces suffer casualties, United States continues to issue travel advisories

The United States continues to issue “safety messages”. Despite the devastating battle losses for the TPLF, the United States encourages citizens to evacuate Ethiopia using the commercial option of Bole International Airport. U.S. Embassy Addis Ababa (file) borkena The US government continues to issue security alerts for its citizens who …

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