Thursday, February 22, 2018

Japon: fin de la pose d'une nouvelle toiture pour le bâtiment du réacteur numéro 3

Les travailleurs de la centrale nucléaire de Fukushima Daiichi, ont terminé l'installation d'une nouvelle toiture pour le bâtiment du réacteur numéro 3.

Germans divided over diesel vehicle ban ahead of landmark court ruling

diesel vehicle ban germany
Germans are divided on the issue of urban driving bans on diesel vehicles, as the Federal Administrative Court is poised to assess the issue on Thursday, a survey has found.

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Nouvelle-Zélande: passage du cyclone Gita, état d'urgence déclanché

passage du cyclone Gita
L'armée néo-zélandaise a été déployée dans des zones qui devraient être touchées par un important cyclone venant du Pacifique. La ville de Christchurch a décrété l'état d'urgence alors que le cyclone Gita se prépare à frapper le pays ce mardi soir 20 février.  

China to impose annual fishing ban in Yellow River

China has already imposed a fishing ban along the Yangtze River
China will ban fishing in the Yellow River, the second longest river in the country, between April 1 and June 30 each year starting from 2018, according to the Ministry of Agriculture.

Monday, February 19, 2018

Deathly breath of the Greek god: Ancient ‘gate to hell’ still emitting poison gas centuries after mysterious deaths

Deathly breath of the Greek god
Scientists studying an [Greek] ancient site in Turkey, once thought to be a gate to hell, have found that the deaths recounted at the stone grotto in historical texts were most likely caused by noxious natural gas.

China offers to send experts to repair vandalized terracotta warrior statue in US

vandalized terracotta warrior statue
The Chinese custodians of a 2,200-year-old statue of the world-renowned terracotta warriors on loan to a US museum are calling for the man accused of stealing the statue’s thumb to be punished by the full extent of the law.

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