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1953 many believed it couldn't be done after words saying you work with possible in the difference then I had to leave but it's hardly something to be undertaken lightly the dangers of average for exposure annotated sectors are huge and yet more and more people have an ambition to reach the top of the Mountain I'm not one of them which will Hardie surprise anyone who knows me Steve download the number and try to manage to claim if only once in my life but I sort of reaching the top of Donard and then having to go the climate another nine times is quite big are the powers of my imagination and just like many people not all of them climbers by any means mountains in a strange waterway fascinate me even if it's only by looking at them at a different shapes and formations at the.
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beach in again and yeah let's see how they do I socialise as principal letter of St Patrick's primary school drumgreenagh good luck to this evening um it's 3 months 9 to 8 o'clock let's get our I thought for the day and the speed of this morning is the Reverend booked off on the 29th of May 1953 you the highest mountains in the world Everest was playing for the First Time by The New Zealand or Edmund Hillary at the Nepalese Sherpa tensing it says something of the relatively primitive state of Communications 64 years ago that uses their feet didn't reach long until the 2nd of June which just happened to be the day of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II centre send over 4000 climbers to reach the top of the Mountain Song more than one before.
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a tiny amount, something like 5% of all domestic abuse cases reach the system. What will it achieve? This is part of a package we're announcing today that will bring together all the different initiatives we've put.
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not prematurely are unnecessarily reach for the course of worldwide nuclear war in which even the fruits of Victory with the Ashes in her mouth now and will be with planes to be a period it is much is a long way to the danger four weeks ago I have this afternoon instructed the secretary of Defence Liberal Party panic Mr Nixon is an effective leader of his party I hope he would grant me the same question before I see is which point of you and which party do we want to leave the United States are we can talk about American playwright and critic Bonnie Greer.
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It is great, until you're wanting to get hold of somebody and you're sitting in the back seat and that's the problem. Separating the passenger from the driver. I always put my phone in my jacket and chuck it in the back seat and that's it. It's not in reach
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loose. She is the Prime Minister and clearly has the largest lead in the polls. Although it has shrunk. But it is still pretty significant in the grand scheme of things. And for Jeremy Corbyn this is an opportunity to reach out to an audience, which any leader of the.
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A team from near the Chinese border - more than 5,000 miles from Moscow - are promoted to the Russian Premier League.
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and the chosen vehicle for battle is the AC-50, a 50 foot wingsail foiling catamaran capable of enhancing the wind to reach speeds of nearly 50 knots. That's just under 90kph
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel has urged European Union nations to stick together in the face of emerging policy divisions with the US, Britains decision to leave the bloc and other challenges. Speaking at a campaign event held in a Bavarian beer tent, Merkel suggested that the G7 summit in Italy that ended Saturday had served as something of a wakeup call. G7 leaders were unable to reach unanimous agreement on climate change after US President Donald Trump said he needed more time to...
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“Until we reach the second and third quarters, where more activities would start coming in again, then we are able to foresee our results better,” Azmi said. Alam Maritim’s order book for this year stood at RM166 million as at April, bringing the total to RM390 million, which will keep it busy for the next two years. While actively looking for tenders domestically, the company, which has a tender book value of close to RM1billion, is also looking for opportunities abroad, mostly in the Middle East with the likes Qatar and Kuwait, besides already having a presence in Dubai. Regionally, the group is scouting for partnerships for joint ventures in the subsea sector. The company has 43 offshore support vessels, with a utilisation rate of 52%. Azmi said the company is looking to increase the utilisation rate to more than 52% but it will not be able to repeat the charter rate during better times, which was at around 70%.
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(SEOUL, South Korea) North Korea fired a short-range ballistic missile that landed in Japan's maritime economic zone Monday, officials said, the latest in a string of test launches as the North seeks to build nuclear-tipped ICBMs that can reach the U.S. mainland. The suspected Scud-type missile launched from the coastal town of Wonsan flew about 450 kilometers (280 miles), the South's Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement. It landed in Japan's exclusive maritime economic zone, which is set about 200 nautical miles off the Japanese coast, Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said. He said there was no report of damage to planes or vessels in the area. North Korea is still thought to be several years from its goal of being able to target U.S. mainland cities with a nuclear intercontinental ballistic missile. It has a strong arsenal of short- and medium-range missiles that could hit Japan and South Korea as well as U.
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North Korea test-fired another short-range ballistic missile early Monday, just days after the G-7 demanded that Pyongyang give up its nuclear ambitions. The U.S. Pacific Command says the launch came near the town of Wonsan on North Korea's east coast. The command tracked the missile for six minutes before it fell into the Sea of Japan, in what is known as Japan's exclusive economic zone. The command says the missile posed no threat to North America. But an angry Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe vowed to respond. "Working with the United States, we will take specific action to deter North Korea," Abe said on Japanese television. This was North Korea's second missile test in a week, coming even after the U.N. threatened more sanctions and G-7 leaders condemned the North. North Korea apparently is determined to develop a missile capable of carrying a nuclear weapon and able to reach the U.
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United States but they can reach clearly the whole of this region. Japan, South Korea, and probably American bases in the western Pacific. They are getting better at solid fuel
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The head of the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre at the Australian National University, Prof John Blaxland, told AM: While there is a strong imperative for Australia to contribute to the alliance in Afghanistan, it would be very helpful if there was a clear and compelling strategy that saw us move beyond the strategy that for the last 16 years has not got us very far. The enduring problems in Afghanistan resolve around corruption, around what’s happening in Pakistan that’s outside of the reach of the forces in Afghanistan, and particularly in relation to poppy production and the revenue that comes from that, that goes in a large extent to the Taliban. @gabriellechan @grhutchens Afghanistan is reverting to its traditional role as arena for competing Russian, Iranian, Indian and other powers. We are mere passersby Continue reading...
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North Korea test fired what could have be another ballistic missile off its east coast early Monday. South Korea's Yonhap news agency, citing South Korean military officials, says the launch came near the coastal town of Wonsan. Japan's Kyodo news agency and the U.S. Pacific Command confirmed the launch. Neither Yonhap nor the South Korean military has firmly identified it as a missile. But Japan says whatever it was landed in Japanese territory, causing no damage. This would be the second North Korean missile test in a week. North Korea apparently is determined to develop a missile capable of carrying a nuclear weapon and able to reach the U.S. mainland. But it is nearly impossible to know how much progress it has made towards that goal. The Trump administration, while condemning North Korea and its leader Kim Jong Un, has yet to come out with a firm policy on how to react to Pyongyang. It has sent a naval force off the Korean peninsula and held joint military exercises with South Korea as warnings.
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North Korea test fired what could have be another ballistic missile off its east coast early Monday. South Korea's Yonhap news agency, citing South Korean military officials, says the launch came near the coastal town of Wonsan. Japan's Kyodo news agency and the U.S. Pacific Command confirmed the launch. Neither Yonhap nor the South Korean military has firmly identified it as a missile. But Japan says whatever it was landed in Japanese territory, causing no damage. This would be the second North Korean missile test in a week. North Korea apparently is determined to develop a missile capable of carrying a nuclear weapon and able to reach the U.S. mainland. But it is nearly impossible to know how much progress it has made towards that goal. The Trump administration, while condemning North Korea and its leader Kim Jong Un, has yet to come out with a firm policy on how to react to Pyongyang. It has sent a naval force off the Korean peninsula and held joint military exercises with South Korea as warnings.