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Ice is melting at record rate because of climate change

Jan 29 2021 Share

Planet earth is losing 1.2 Trillion tons of ice a year. New research is suggesting that scientists have been underestimating the impact of Climate Change on Earth’s ice.

Sea levels could also rise more than initially expected this century, Thomas Slater who is the lead author of this new research said that “Sea level rise on this scale will have very serious impacts on coastal communities this century”.

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Our previous predictions were called conservative by NASA glacier researcher Eric Rignot, who argued that ice will continue to melt at a faster rate than predicted and it will leave very serious impacts.

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Cristiano Ronaldo allegedly broke COVID-19 rules

Jan 28 2021 Share

Cristiano Ronaldo allegedly broke COVID-19 travel restrictions while travelling to a mountain resort.

Ronaldo reportedly travelled to Courmayeur, which lies 150 kilometres north-west of the Serie A club’s Turin HQ. It was allegedly his girlfriend, Georgina Rodriquez’s birthday.

The Juventus Football Club declined to comment when it was contacted by AFP.

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South End Core condemn spontaneous celebrations in Ħamrun

Jan 28 2021 Share

South End Core has released an official press statement condemning the spontaneous break out of celebration in Ħamrun after their win against Valletta.

South End Core also remark the possibility of this outbreak possibly being avoided had stadiums remained open and followed restrictive measures.

They also warn against future instances like these, during the upcoming local leagues, where celebrations might be bigger, they are thus asking for the reconsideration of the opening of stadiums.

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Immigrant relocation continues through first month of 2021

Jan 28 2021 Share

After talks of sharing the burden with other EU countries, immigrant relocation is continuing on through the first month of 2021. Some immigrants were sent to other EU countries while others were sent back to their home countries.

PM Robert Abela shared Sigurtà’s post and said that the best way to tackle this phenomenon is to seek aid from the EU as well as the immigrants’ origin countries.

F’Jannar tkompla x-xogħol fuq ir-rilokazzjoni ta' iżjed immigranti irregolari lejn pajjiżi oħra tal-Unjoni Ewropea….

Posted by Robert Abela on Thursday, 28 January 2021

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