New satellite images have shown the scale of the devastation on Tonga. The eruption of an underwater volcano triggered a tsunami and blanketed the Pacific archipelago with ash. The internet and phone lines have been down since the eruption, leaving the 105,000 residents on the islands virtually uncontactable. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more
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Lindsey Graham has a message for Mitch McConnell if he wants to lead the Senate GOP after the 2022 midterms: have a working relationship with Donald Trump or get out. In the latest episode of The Point, CNN’s Chris Cillizza unpacks McConnell’s tumultuous relationship with Trump and why being on good terms with the former
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Offshore wind turbines in waters near Aberdeen, Scotland. Gannet77 | E+ | Getty Images The Scottish offshore wind sector received a boost this week after a program to lease areas of Scotland’s seabed for wind farm developments raised just under £700 million (around $952 million). According to Crown Estate Scotland — a public corporation which
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12:18 PM ET Jeff Carlisle Close U.S. soccer correspondent Jeff Carlisle covers MLS and the U.S. national team for ESPN FC. James Olley Close Senior Writer, ESPN FC Arsenal has submitted an offer to the New England Revolution for United States men’s national team goalkeeper Matt Turner, sources confirmed to ESPN. ESPN television analyst Taylor
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Britain’s armed forces have flown some 2,000 anti-tank weapons to Ukraine this week amid fears of an imminent, new Russian invasion. British surveillance aircraft have also been spotted. Open source flight-tracking software has plotted Royal Air Force C-17 transport aircraft flying back and forth between the UK and Ukraine. Image: A British military cargo C-17
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The eruption of an underwater volcano has triggered a tsunami and blanketed the Pacific island of Tonga with ash. The internet and phone lines have been down since the eruption, leaving the 105,000 residents on the islands virtually uncontactable. Sky News science and technology editor Tom Clarke explains what we know so far about the
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NASA said its Curiosity rover, looking for signs of life on Mars’ Gale Crater, has found intriguing carbon signatures. While this is no definite suggestion that Curiosity has found proof of ancient microbial life, it does, however, suggest its possibility. The rover has been collecting powdered rock samples on the Red Planet’s surface. When scientists
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An asteroid bigger than the tallest building on Earth safely flew by on January 19. The giant rock, named 7482 (1994 PC1), zipped past our planet, nearly 1.93 million kilometres away. That’s more than five times the distance between Earth and Moon. It has been classified as “potentially hazardous” because of its size and its
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