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Federal judge declares Trump’s push to open up Arctic and Atlantic oceans to oil and gas drilling illegal

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With a fear that a war could start within days, Germany and Austria told their citizens to leave Ukraine, Reuters reporetd. German air carrier Lufthansa canceled flights to Kyiv, and to Odesa, a Black Sea port that could be a key target in an invasion. NATO's liaison office in Kyiv said it was relocating staff to Brussels and to Lviv, the western Ukraine city. Multiple explosions were heard Sunday in the centre of the separatist-held city of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine, a Reuters witness said. A loudspeaker in the area asked citizens to exercise caution. The origin of the explosions was not clear. As shelling struck towns in eastern Ukraine Saturday, and civilians boarded buses in a chaotic evacuation, Russia engaged in a dramatic display of military theater, test-firing ballistic and cruise missiles. Vladimir Putin presided over tests of nuclear-capable missiles as part of what Russia insists are nothing more than military exercises around Ukraine and not the precursor to an invasion. Ukraine Sunday suspended operations at one of the seven checkpoints to territory in the eastern Donbass region controlled by Russia-backed separatists, due to heavy shelling, the Ukrainian military said. Incidents of shelling across the line dividing government forces and separatists increased sharply last week, in what the Ukrainian government called a provocation. Donetsk, Ukraine now. After a violent night & a brief lull, shelling has resumed. Dozens of blasts heard in Donetsk outskirts. Civilian evacuation in full swing, as is mobilization. 8 am (0600 GMT) Sunday 'for the period of the threat,' the military said. Separatist officials accused Ukraine on social media site Telegram of shelling separatist-controlled areas and said they had to respond accordingly.|BRUSSELS (AP) - A new day of high-level, high-stakes diplomacy beckons with European leaders striving to reinvigorate stalled peace talks between Russia and Ukraine, as Moscow and NATO allies put on a show of resolve by continuing to mobilize their forces. After more than five hours of talks with President Vladimir Putin, French President Emmanuel Macron shuttled Tuesday to the capital of Ukraine to brief President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on his meeting with Russia’s leader and share details of what might be needed to avert an invasion. Sitting prominently in the spotlight of international diplomacy, Putin reiterated Monday his opposition to NATO’s continued expansion, mostly to Ukraine, but he did signal his willingness to keep talking, even though more than 100,000 Russian troops are amassed near Ukraine and thousands more in Belarus. Macron’s trying to promote the European Union’s so-far marginal role in a dispute in its own backyard currently being managed by the United States and Russia. He also faces an election in April.
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It is composed of 300 water Cherenkov detectors (WCD). Each of them is a cylinder of 7.3 m in diameter and 4.5 m in height. POSTSUPERSCRIPT. They are equipped with 4 upward facing photomultiplier tubes (PMT), one 10” Hamamatsu R7081-HQE at the centre of the tank and three 8” R5912 halfway to the edges. 95%. Those two characteristics compensate the smaller instantaneous sensitivity compared to the imaging atmospheric Cherenkov technique, especially at the highest energies for which fluxes tend to be low. Around 10 TeV, the footprint on the ground produced by a gamma-ray shower is comparable to the size of the instrument. Therefore, most of the events triggering the instrument will fall outside the main array which makes the event reconstruction less accurate because of degeneracy between the core position and the energy of the shower. In order to improve the reconstruction of those events thus improving the instrument sensitivity, a sparse outrigger array of small tanks has been added around the main array.|NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said the alliance is seeking to ensure fighting doesn’t spill into its member countries. BRUSSELS-NATO’s chief called Russia’s attack on Ukraine a “brutal act of war”. Said he would convene a summit of alliance leaders Friday following an activation of alliance defense plans. He said leaders of NATO’s 30 member countries would gather virtually on Friday to discuss the way forward following Russia’s military assault. NATO partners Finland and Sweden will join the summit, as will European Union leaders, he said. Mr. Stoltenberg said NATO on Thursday activated its defense plans, a previously established set of guidelines that give military commanders additional authority to deploy forces where needed, within specified limits, and enables the alliance to move forces more quickly. Mr. Stoltenberg said the activation was designed to ensure that the conflict in Ukraine doesn’t spill into NATO countries. About one-third of NATO countries share a land border with Russia or its close ally Belarus, or face Russia across the Black Sea.
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And these remarks in turn came after President Joe Biden held a phone call with Vladimir Putin on Saturday warning that the U.S. Russia in the event of a military attack in Ukraine. Oil prices rose to build on gains after a recent run-up as Russia-Ukraine tensions remained in focus. F) jumped above $95 per barrel for the first time since 2014. U.S. 20% for the year-to-date. F), the international standard, drifted above $95 per barrel. With oil prices elevated, the S&P 500 energy sector has far outperformed the other major S&P 500 sectors for the year-to-date, climbing more than 26% versus the broader market's 7% drop. Further upside in energy prices in response to the Russia and Ukraine conflict would depend on the timing of any attack and the contours of any U.S. Russia, one of the world's key oil exporters, some analysts noted. Rebecca Babin, CIBC Private Wealth U.S. Yahoo Finance Live about Brent crude prices.

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