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These melting mountain peaks can kill thousands. Can science help?

In majestic Marmolada, the queen of Italy’s Dolomites, the first Sunday of July was a beautiful day for hikers – almost cloudless skies, 82 degrees Fahrenheit heat in the valley. But for the mountain, even the 50°F near the 11,000-foot peak was stifling. From its glacier, the largest in the range, a stretch the size of two football fields broke. Ice and debris fell with the force of a collapsing skyscraper. Eleven people – two of them experienced mountain guides – never made it home. “I saw pictures of what it was like before the collapse and I would haveRead News

National Holiday of Guinea – United States Department of State

On behalf of the United States, I congratulate the people of Guinea on the 64th anniversary of your independence. The United States continues to stand with the people of Guinea in their pursuit of democratic governance. We continue to work closely with all Guineans to support efforts to re-establish a constitutional, civilian-led government that ensures a peaceful and prosperous future for all.

Deputy Secretary of State Sherman’s call with Swedish Foreign Minister Linde – United States Department of State

The following can be attributed to spokesman Ned Price: Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman spoke today with Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde about the apparent sabotage along the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 pipelines. The US is supporting Sweden and other European partners to investigate further. We remain united with our allies and partners in our commitment to advance European energy security. The United States and Sweden will continue to strengthen the close cooperation between our countries in the face of regional and global challenges, including Russia’s unprovoked war of aggression in Ukraine.

Remarks at a UN Security Council meeting on leaks in the Nord Stream pipeline

Ambassador Richard Mills Deputy United States Representative to the United Nations New York, New York September 30, 2022 Thank you, Mr. President. And thanks to Assistant Secretary General Hanif and the other reporters today. I will be a bit more than I thought, as once again our Russian colleagues have decided to use the Security Council meeting to spread conspiracy theories and disinformation, to quote my colleague, “morbid fantasies”. But let me start by saying clearly and unequivocally that we are deeply concerned about the apparent sabotage that took place on the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 gasRead News

BMW builds its sixth millionth car in the US

BMW is celebrating a major milestone: The German company has built six million cars in the U.S. since opening its factory in Spartanburg, S.C., in 1994. The milestone car is an eye-catching X6 M that was sent directly to the company’s historic collection. BMW made the announcement exactly 30 years after it broke ground to build the facility, the first in the United States. Since then, the company notes that it has invested nearly $12 billion in the plant and that it exports about 60% of Spartanburg-built cars to 120 global markets. While reaching the six million mark in lessRead News

Prisoner exchange between Iran and the United States mediated by the regional state, reports Nournews

DUBAI, Oct 2 (Reuters) – A regional country has mediated between Iran and the United States for the “simultaneous release of prisoners,” Iran’s Nournews said on Saturday, shortly after Tehran allowed an Iranian-American businessman out of prison on a one-week holiday. “In the last week, intensive talks, with the mediation of regional countries were held for the release of Iranian and American prisoners,” the semi-official news agency said, without specifying which country was the mediator. It also said that “Billions of dollars of Iranian assets frozen due to US sanctions will be released soon.” Iran said in August it wasRead News

Secretary Blinken’s Call with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Kuleba – US Department of State

The following is attributed to Spokesman Ned Price: Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken spoke by phone today with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba on the continued defense of Ukraine regarding sovereignty and territorial integrity. They discussed Moscow’s recent unlawful and illegal attempts to change Ukraine’s borders by force as well as the increasing atrocities committed by Russian forces against the Ukrainian people, including war crimes and human rights abuses. The Secretary reiterated President Biden’s message that the United States will respect Ukraine’s internationally recognized borders and that we will continue to support Ukraine’s efforts toRead News

Briefing on Secretary Blinken’s Upcoming Trip to Colombia, Chile, and Peru – U.S. Department of State

MR TEK: Thank you and good day everyone. happy friday Welcome to today’s call to preview Minister Blinken’s upcoming trip to Colombia, Chile and Peru from 3-7 October. Our speakers today are Brian Nichols, Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, and Marta Youth, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees, and Migration. This call is on record but blocked pending completion. We will have some time for questions at the end. And with that, I hand over to Assistant Secretary Nichols. Sir, please continue. ASSISTANT SECRETARY NICHOLS: Thank you; and thank you all for joining usRead News

The U.S. Last North American Country in the Free World to Ban Unvaccinated Tourists

Although we are no longer at the stage of the pandemic where strict Covid restrictions are required, especially now that vaccination coverage is high and cases have dropped below a threatening level, the United States has not yet changed its own travel rules, officially becoming the last North American country to ban unvaccinated tourists enter. For more than two years now, the US has taken various measures to keep Covid under control, and some may argue that it has not worked. From banning travelers from Europe’s Schengen Area, Great Britain, and Brazil at different stages, to requiring pre-departure tests forRead News

Report from the Chad National Dialogue Commission – United States Department of State

The United States is deeply concerned by the report of Chad’s Inclusive and Sovereign National Dialogue ad hoc commission released on September 28, 2022.  The commission recommended that members of the ruling Transitional Military Council (TMC) may present- themselves as candidates in the future post-transitional elections. The commission also recommended an extension of the transition period for 24 months and an extension of the mandate of the transition council. We note that these recommendations continue to be discussed in an open debate. We intend to follow the debate closely. We have made our concerns known to the leadership of theRead News

Imposition of swift and severe costs in response to Russia’s violations of Ukraine’s sovereignty

ANTONY J. BLINKEN, SECRETARY OF STATE The United States adamantly rejects Russia’s fraudulent attempts to change Ukraine’s international borders, including holding sham “referenda” in Ukraine’s Luhansk, Donetsk, Kherson, and Zaporizhzhya regions. This is a clear violation of international law and the UN Charter. In response, the United States and our allies and partners are imposing immediate and severe sanctions targeting additional Russian government officials, their family members, Russian and Belarusian military officials, and defense procurement networks, including goods. -international suppliers supporting the Russian military construction. We are also issuing a clear warning supported by the G7 Leaders: We will holdRead News

US and Australian defense leaders emphasize the importance of the alliance system

& # xD; Defense Secretary Lloyd J. Austin III and Deputy Prime Minister of Australia Richard Marles, who also serves as the country’s defense minister, stressed the importance of the alliance system in the Indo-Pacific region after the meeting in Hawaii. & # xD; Both discussed their unwavering commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific region and the challenges to that ideal. & # xD; Both Australia and the United States are dedicated to the premise that all countries should be free to choose their own destiny. Furthermore, the rules-based international order is based on the idea that states mustRead News

The situation in Burkina Faso – United States Department of State

The United States is very concerned about what is happening in Burkina Faso. We have noticed that for the second time in eight months the military officers confirmed that they have destroyed the government and the National Assembly and suspended the constitution. We stand with our counterparts in ECOWAS, the African Union, and the European Union in condemning these actions and violence that are disrupting the agreed term of returning to an elected civilian government. We call on the rich and wealthy to ease the situation, prevent harm to citizens and soldiers, and return to the rule of law. TheRead News

National Holiday of Nigeria – United States Department of State

On behalf of the United States of America, I wish the people of Nigeria best wishes on the 62nd anniversary of their independence. The partnership between our two countries is strong and based on our shared values ​​of democracy, diversity and a spirit of entrepreneurship. The United States is committed to supporting Nigerian efforts to end terrorism and insecurity, improve health systems, strengthen democratic institutions, promote respect for human rights, and boost economic growth, including through bilateral trade and investment between the United States and Nigeria. We stand with Nigeria as a democratic partner in supporting free and fair electionsRead News

Comment: The United States can learn from Northern Ireland

This summer I traveled to Northern Ireland to understand America’s divisiveness through the eyes of another divided country. Here’s what I’ve learned: The United States is a divided country that hasn’t accepted that we’re a divided country, and that’s holding us back. Most of us are caught up in a fight or flight mentality when it comes to the divisions in our country right now. When we meet someone who is on the “other side” of the political spectrum, the tendency is either to distance ourselves from that person or to convince them why they are wrong. On the otherRead News

Release of US Citizens from Venezuela – United States Department of State

We welcome the release of six wrongfully detained US citizens from Venezuela — Jorge Toledo, Tomeu Vadell, José Luis Zambrano, Alirio Zambrano, Matthew Heath, and Osman Khan — as well as US legal permanent residents Jose Pereira. After months of extraordinary effort and perseverance throughout the State Department and the broader US government, these wrongfully detained Americans and lawful permanent residents are free and will soon be reunited with their loved ones. I thank the President’s Special Envoy for Hostage Affairs Roger Carstens and our entire State Department team for their tireless efforts to achieve this outcome. While we celebrateRead News

How to Travel to the Faroe Islands

The coastal town of Gjogv on the island of Eysturoy, one of the Faroe Islands. Even for most experienced travelers, the Faroe Islands remain a mystery. These islands—situated between Scotland and Iceland in the Atlantic Ocean—are just a blip on the map when flying between the U.S. and Europe. Those who make the effort to visit are rewarded with wild, windswept landscapes, familiar beaches and exotic wildlife. If it were easy to get to the rugged Faroe Islands, there would be a lot more visitors. However new direct flight routes from Norway and France have brought more visitors than everRead News

5 things to know about airline travel alerts

If you booked travel to or from Florida or other East Coast destinations in the past week, there’s a good chance you’ve dealt with a plane travel alert as Hurricane Ian headed north. These alerts are common during hurricanes, winter blizzards, and particularly disruptive rounds of summer storms, and often cause airlines to relax their policies regarding itinerary changes. While they might be called something different from airline to airline – travel advice, warning, etc. – the idea behind these alerts issued by airlines is that they give passengers greater flexibility to board new flights, delay travel or avoid citiesRead News

Five Pitt starters return from injury for ACC opener

The Pitt Panthers got some key starters back this week. PITTSBURGH — The Pitt Panthers are slowly but surely getting back together after suffering injuries to multiple starters through the first four weeks of the season. As they prepared for the ACC opener against Georgia Tech, five Pitt starters who had missed time were back in uniform and warming up. Cornerback Marquis Williams, defensive tackle Devin Danielson, defensive end Habakkuk Baldonado, wide receiver Jared Wayne, defensive end Deslin Alexandre and tight end Gavin Bartholomew, all of whom missed all or part of the Panthers’ Week 4 game against Rhode Island.Read News

High prices and roster changes: CT high school teams struggle with passing problems

The Killingly High School cross country team had a meet in Stonington earlier this month, starting at 4:30 p.m. The group left the school at noon on Wednesday to make the trip with only one bus. “They arrived 3 hours and 15 minutes before the meeting,” Killingly athletic director Kevin Marcoux said. It was a far from ideal situation, but it’s an unfortunate reality that many school districts across Connecticut continue to face when it comes to transporting student-athletes to sporting events. While the bus driver shortage has shown some improvement, some counties still need to take extra steps toRead News

Saturday Sports: Red and Black beat Glens Falls on the gridiron for 2nd straight championship

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) – The Watertown Red & Black hosts Glens Falls on Saturday night at the Alex T. Duffy Fairgrounds. Watertown more than doubled Glens Falls, winning 30-14 on the night. In women’s hockey at Cheel Arena, Clarkson hosts Bemidji State. In the 1st period, Bemidji State’s power play Ella Anick stuck to one home, power play count. 1-0 Bemidji State. Late in the 1st, the Lady Golden Knights tied it with Darcie Lappan’s power play to make it 1-1 after one period. In the 2nd period, Clarkson took the lead with Olivia Hanson lighting the lamp, makingRead News

NFL Week 4 Odds, How To Watch, Live Stream: Expert Picks, Best Bets, Teasers, Survivor Picks & More

It’s hard to believe we’re already a month into the 2022 season with Week 4 underway thanks to the Bengals and Dolphins helping us get started on Thursday. This Sunday’s slate is packed with top-tier matchups pitting legitimate Super Bowl contenders against one another, so you’ll want to focus on all the action, especially since we’re getting an early start with a game in London. As we do every week, we’ve rounded up the best betting picks and content from and SportsLine and put them in one place, so you can get picks against the spread from our CBSRead News

NFL Week 4: Vikings-Saints, Chiefs-Cowboys, more top games

Week 4 of the NFL season gets off to a hot start on Sunday, and we’ve got every must-see moment for you. First, Minnesota and New Orleans kicked off the 2022 NFL International Series with a key NFC matchup at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London. In the first window on FOX, Dallas plays NFC East rival Washington, Tennessee is on the road to face Indianapolis and Seattle and Detroit are battling to get to .500. Here are the top performances from Sunday’s week 4. Minnesota Vikings vs New Orleans Saints After the Vikings converted a field goal to take aRead News

Wyoming vs. San Jose State live stream online, odds, channel, prediction, how to watch on CBS Sports Network

Week 5 of the college football season is in full swing with great games continuing Saturday with another loaded schedule of games on the CBS Sports Network as the conference title race continues to intensify across the nation. Two games take place Friday, with three more on the docket for Saturday as the first week of October dawns on what has been a compelling season across the country so far. To start Friday, UTSA beat host Middle Tennessee 45-30 as the Blue Raiders came out flat after last week’s upset of Miami in the Conference USA opener for both teams.Read News

Vermont high school sports scores for Saturday, October 1

To report scores Coaches or team representatives are asked to report results ASAP after games by emailing Please enter name/contact number. ►Contact Alex Abrami at Follow him on Twitter @aabrami5. ►Contact Jacob Rousseau at Follow on Twitter @ByJacobRousseau. PREVIOUS COVERAGE SATURDAY’S COLLEGE GAMES Women’s hockey V: Maddy Skelton 1G. Theresa Schafzahl 1G. Corinne McCool 2G. Sara Levesque 1G. Jessie McPherson makes 22 saves. RIT: Kyla Bear 1G. Jaymee Nolan 1G. Emma saves Stephen 36. Note: Vermont scored three goals in the third to capture its second 5-2 win of the weekend. Men’s hockey Men’s soccer V: NoahRead News

Sports results at upper secondary school 1 Oct

Boys soccer Goals: W – Beckett Miller 3, Joe Saterlee, Caleb Shah, Elliott Moore, Ryder Tervo, Daniel Miller Assists: W – Miller 2, Tervo, Shah, Madison Harvey Goals: E – Espoir Mayele, Anish Subedi; NO: Mike McGuigan Girls soccer Goals: G – Madison Soudan 2, Hannah Mikovich, Kayla Rand Assists: G – Peyton Koma 2, Soudan, Abbi Erion Shutout guards: Peyton Kalicky, Bella Brower Girls tennis Singles: Riley Gloystein (E) def. Madeline Maira 6-0, 6-1; Mackenzie Bruce (E) def. Lizzy Young 6-0, 6-0; Tristan Righi (E) def. Sam Wright 6-2, 4-6, 7-3 Doubles: Merisha Tamang-Arden Claudio (E) def. Lyla Rickett-MarlaRead News

Utah Athletics honor women in sports at the U and the 50th anniversary of Title IX on Friday night

More than 500 alumni, current student-athletes, coaches, administrators, university leaders, family members and friends of Utah Athletics were on hand for the Fifty Years Forward Celebration Banquet Friday evening, an event honoring women in sports at the University of Utah. and the 50th anniversary of Title IX. The event began with a social hour and silent auction in the Kem & Carolyn Gardner Legacy Hall. Dinner and a program followed on the floor of the Jon M. Huntsman Center. The group of featured presenters included former women’s basketball coach Elaine Elliott, former softball player and coach JoRead News

Real Madrid President: Football loses battle to US sport and calls for ESL revival

Florentino Pérez said soccer is “sick” and “losing the global entertainment battle” with American sports, and endorsed the dormant European Super League (ESL) project as the way to maintain its position as the world’s most popular sport. . The Real Madrid president, who was speaking at the club’s annual general meeting on Sunday, has been one of the most prominent sponsors of the breakaway competition since its attempted launch in April 2021. – Broadcast on ESPN+: LaLiga, Bundesliga, MLS, more (USA) ESL and soccer’s governing bodies are awaiting a ruling from the European Court of Justice, due in December, onRead News

33% of Americans anticipate going into debt after spending money on their favorite sports team

Americans are willing to spend a lot of money on their favorite sports teams. For example, tickets to Super Bowl LVI sold for an average of about $9,500, according to TicketIQ. And this fall, 33% of Americans expect to go into debt after spitting out their favorite teams. That’s according to financial services firm LendingTree, which surveyed 1,578 Americans about how much they plan and are willing to spend on sports this fall. “Americans love, love, love their sport, and we’re not afraid to spend money on it,” Matt Schulz, chief credit analyst at LendingTree, said in the report. OnRead News