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Today: June 17, 2024

Rare 7-foot fish washed ashore on Oregon's coast garners worldwide attention

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Oregon Rare Fish
June 07, 2024
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GEARHART, Ore. (AP) — A massive rare fish thought to only live in temperate waters in the southern hemisphere has washed up on Oregon's northern coast, drawing crowds of curious onlookers intrigued by the unusual sight.

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The Danish king inaugurates the first element of a road-and-rail tunnel linking Denmark to Germany

Danish King Frederik X has inaugurated the first element of a future 18-kilometer (11-mile) rail-and-road tunnel under the Baltic Sea that will link southern Denmark to northern Germany and contribute to the transport sector’s green transition

The Danish king inaugurates the first element of a road-and-rail tunnel linking Denmark to Germany
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US Senate confirms two for Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

The U.S. Senate on Wednesday confirmed David Rosner, a Democrat, and Lindsay See, a Republican, as members of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

US Senate confirms two for Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
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Wreck of the last ship of famed Anglo-Irish explorer Shackleton found off the coast of Canada

The wreck of the last ship belonging to a famous Irish-born British explorer of Antarctica has been found off the coast of Canada by an international team led by the Royal Canadian Geographical Society

Wreck of the last ship of famed Anglo-Irish explorer Shackleton found off the coast of Canada
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CLIMATE GLIMPSE: Scorching Northern Hemisphere heat leads to deaths and wildfires

The United States is bracing for chaotic weather this week, as the South is set to experience another heat wave following a short respite from searing temperatures earlier this month

CLIMATE GLIMPSE: Scorching Northern Hemisphere heat leads to deaths and wildfires
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Greece closes more ancient tourist sites as heatwave persists

Greece shut more ancient tourist sites in Athens on Thursday and elderly people took refuge at designated air-conditioned spots as the first heatwave of the summer persisted for a

Greece closes more ancient tourist sites as heatwave persists

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More than 70 million people in the US are under heat alerts. Go indoors and hydrate

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A new airport could spark the economy in a rural part of Florida. Will the workforce be ready?

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