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Pentagon, Chinese analysts agree US can’t win in Taiwan Strait

Asiatimes 06 Dec 2022
The multi-role DF-26 is designed to rapidly swap conventional and nuclear warheads and is capable of conducting precision land-attack and anti-ship strikes in the Western Pacific, the Indian Ocean, and the South China Sea from mainland China. “In 2020, China fired anti-ship ballistic missiles against a moving target in the South China Sea.”.
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Russian oil sanctions fuel boom for old tankers

Raw Story 05 Dec 2022
Tanker management companies such as Fractal Shipping, run out of Swiss financial hub of Geneva, are reaping the rewards ... New ship owners willing to transport Russian oil are cashing in ... advocacy group United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI), which monitors Iran-related tanker traffic through ship and satellite tracking.
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In chaos there is profit: Old oil tankers aren't headed to scrap any more

Hot Air 05 Dec 2022
As Western shipping and maritime services firms steer clear of Russian oil to ... …New ship owners willing to transport Russian oil are cashing in ... advocacy group United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI), which monitors Iran-related tanker traffic through ship and satellite tracking.
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Reliability watchdog warns of potential electric shortfalls this winter

The Salamanca Press 05 Dec 2022
The organization to fuel supply problems, potential shipping disruptions, limited natural gas infrastructure, fossil and nuclear plant retirements and high potential peak electric demand as contributing risk factors during sustained cold weather.
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INS Vikrant to be based in Visakhapatnam

The Times of India 04 Dec 2022
It is set to get a boost with more submarines, including nuclear powered. At present, () is equipped with 50 ships, around 65 aircraft and some submarines ... Apart from conventional class submarines, the would also have a follow up of its only nuclear-powered submarine INS Arihant, he added.
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Navy to focus on underwater capabilities, plans to increase submarines

The Times of India 03 Dec 2022
The Indian is all set to increase its underwater capabilities by strengthening surveillance systems and is set to get a boost with more submarines, including nuclear powered. At present Eastern Naval Command (ENC) is equipped with 50 ships, around 65 aircrafts and some submarines.
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Increasing maritime power among the Quad nations

Asiatimes 03 Dec 2022
The first Malabar exercise was in 1992 between the United States and India ... In this Malabar exercise, 11 surface ships along with a nuclear-capable aircraft participated with integrated air elements ... It also allows alerts regarding the ships carrying out illegal fishing and piracy in waters within their maritime boundaries ... ....
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South Korea, Japan sanction North Korean individuals, institutions over missile tests

Anadolu Agency 02 Dec 2022
"Those added to the blacklist include officials at financial institutions related to the North's nuclear and missile programs, and those involved in illegal ship-to-ship transfers of sanctioned North Korean goods," the agency said, citing a statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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S. Korea slaps sanctions on eight North Korean individuals, seven agencies for ICBM test

Korea Times 02 Dec 2022
Those added to the blacklist include officials at financial institutions related to the North's nuclear and missile programs, and those involved in illegal ship-to-ship transfers of sanctioned North Korean goods, it said in a press release.
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Iran oil cargo previously seized by US unloads in Syria

Middle East Monitor 02 Dec 2022
... Chief of Staff with US advocacy group, United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI), which monitors Iran-related tanker traffic through ship and satellite tracking.
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Iran oil cargo previously seized by US in Greece unloads in Syria

Ekathimerini 02 Dec 2022
An Iranian-flagged tanker on Friday delivered an oil shipment to Syria which the United States had previously confiscated around Greece, ending months of uncertainty about the cargo, a ship tracker said ... advocacy group United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI), which monitors Iran-related tanker traffic through ship and satellite tracking.
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Iran oil cargo previously seized by U.S. unloads in Syria - ship tracker

Reuters 02 Dec 2022
... Greece, ending months of uncertainty about the cargo, a ship tracker said ... advocacy group United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI), which monitors Iran-related tanker traffic through ship and satellite tracking ... 20 was anchored off Syria's coast, according to ship tracking on Eikon.
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Fire on U.S Navy warship USS Abraham Lincoln injures sailors | Details

Hindustan Times 02 Dec 2022
The ship is powered by two nuclear power plants, which provide enough ...
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Venezuelan oil exports flow using false documents, ships linked to Iran

Reuters 30 Nov 2022
But satellite images and photos show the Chinese-owned ship had loaded the oil four months earlier in Venezuela, an OPEC nation in South America under U.S ... 3 as part of a "smuggling network" that has used forged documentation to ship Iranian oil to finance Iran's Revolutionary Guards and Hezbollah.
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Revealed: First sabotage convict attempted to bring down national grid

NewstalkZB 30 Nov 2022
The charges were upgraded to seven of sabotage earlier this year ... One of the attacks caused a fire ... Sabotage is legally defined in the Crimes Act as any activity which impairs or impedes the operation of “any ship, vehicle, aircraft, arms, munitions, equipment, machinery, apparatus, or atomic or nuclear plant” on New Zealand shores ... Landmark case ... .

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