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Ship Data Interruption Hints at China’s Military Doctrine

The Epoch Times 03 Dec 2021
... ships broadcast ... This interruption was very unusual, since AIS is a global system that provides real-time data on ship movements to prevent collisions, aid in search-and-rescue, and help with port planning.
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‘Chorus’ review: a cosmic odyssey with a personal touch

NME 03 Dec 2021
It’s a relationship that impacts not only combat but even movement ... Chorus’ whole approach to movement is an interesting one ... Instead, ships move more like video game people usually do, the left thumbstick guiding movement, while the right governs camera ... The combination of interesting abilities and elegant movement makes space combat in Chorus a joy.
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Zim Kingston Proceeds to Terminal to Begin Salvage Operation

The Maritime Executive 03 Dec 2021
and Canadian Coast Guard vessels were monitoring the ship’s movement in their respective waters and a marine mammal watch vessel and environmental monitoring were also expected. The movement to the terminal is the first step in a multi-stage recovery plan for the vessel.
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Chorus review: Sci-fi shooter takes the ace out of space

Digital Trends 03 Dec 2021
Aerial combat is fun enough, but when you move it into space and give a player’s ship superpowers, combat gets pushed to a whole new level ... The bulk of Chorus has players fighting against the cult as Nara, slowly pushing it back as she destroys its outposts and ships, all the while helping the resistance movement that’s grown against it.
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Kirby to Pay Additional $15.3 Million in Damages from 2014 Collision

The Maritime Executive 02 Dec 2021
Texas-based barge company Kirby Inland Marine has agreed to pay $15.3 million in damages to resolve federal and state claims from a 2014 incident in which a Kirby barge was found responsible for causing an oil spill in the Houston Ship Channel ... Annually they reported that there are approximately 20,000 ship movements along the Houston Ship Channel.
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Record-high cruise-ship visits scheduled for Victoria in 2022 after two-year absence

Castanet 02 Dec 2021
The cruise ships are coming back. Two years after COVID-19 closed the borders to big passenger vessels and left ports empty, Victoria’s Ogden Point will be the first to welcome a cruise ship into Canadian waters on April 6 ... The cruise industry’s passenger estimates are based on early demand, with ships at 50% to 75% capacity.
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Cyclonic storm likely to cause heavy rain in south Bengal, govt takes precautionary measures

The Times of India 02 Dec 2021
The Indian Coast Guard has started pre-emptive actions for the safety of life and property at sea, tasking its ships and aircraft to relay weather warning to mariners, a defence official said ... The weatherman further called for restriction of tourist movement at sea beaches.
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WB: Cyclonic storm likely to cause heavy rain

The Times of India 02 Dec 2021
The Indian Coast Guard has started pre-emptive actions for the safety of life and property at sea, tasking its ships and aircraft to relay weather warning to mariners, a defence official said ... The weatherman further called for restriction of tourist movement at sea beaches.
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Turkeys are sold out at poultry farms after food shortage fears saw orders placed six ...

The Daily Mail 02 Dec 2021
Turkeys are almost completely sold out as fears over food shortages this Christmas saw orders placed six weeks early ... The surge in demand has been triggered by concerns over the supply chain, which is facing a number of pressures including HGV driver shortages, border issues, and delays with the movement of shipping containers ... RELATED ARTICLES ... .
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ISLAND HISTORY

The Jamestown Press 02 Dec 2021
The town council has indicated support in raising mooring fees for the first time in a decade, The Jamestown Press reported Dec. 3, 1998 ... The Lone Wolf, with a chief boatswain’s mate in charge, was engaged in warping the tanker Caloosahatchee alongside relief ship Vulcan when the tanker started its starboard engine to aid in the movement ... ....
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First cruise ship to return to Canadian waters April 6 in Victoria (Business)

Castanet 01 Dec 2021
The cruise ships are coming back to Victoria. Two years after COVID-19 closed the borders to big passenger vessels and left ports empty, Victoria’s Ogden Point will be the first to welcome a cruise ship into Canadian waters on April 6 ... The cruise industry’s passenger estimates are based on early demand, with ships at 50% to 75% capacity.
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Beijing protested against Indonesia's S. China Sea actions

Straits Times 01 Dec 2021
Within days of the Noble Clyde Boudreaux semi-submersible rig arriving at the Tuna Block in the Natuna Sea to drill two appraisal wells on June 30, a Chinese Coast Guard vessel was at the scene, according to ship movement data ... Over the next four months, ships from both sides ...
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Steam Deck’s Nintendo Switch-like gyro controls could be a game-changer promises Valve

TechRadar 01 Dec 2021
Valve went on to explain that gyro controls offer finer precision for gamers who are used to using gamepad inputs; it recommends developers try out this style of input when shipping a game that has players controlling a camera or mouse cursor ... A new movement.
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China protested Indonesian drilling, military exercises

The Times of India 01 Dec 2021
Within days of the Noble Clyde Boudreaux semi-submersible rig arriving at the Tuna Block in the Natuna Sea to drill two appraisal wells on June 30, a Chinese Coast Guard vessel was at the scene, according to ship movement data ... "Based on the pattern of movement, nature, and ...
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Exclusive-China protested Indonesian drilling, military exercises

Metro USA 01 Dec 2021
Within days of the Noble Clyde Boudreaux semi-submersible rig arriving at the Tuna Block in the Natuna Sea to drill two appraisal wells on June 30, a Chinese Coast Guard vessel was at the scene, according to ship movement data ... “Based on the pattern of movement, nature, and ...
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