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Four people missing after flooding in remote Greenland village

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Four people missing after flooding in remote Greenland village

- COPENHAGEN: Four people are missing after large waves flooded a remote settlement in Greenland this weekend, Greenland officials said on Sunday. A Danish media report said the waves late on Saturday might have been caused by an earthquake creating a landslide into the sea, which in turn would have generated a swell. Police in Greenland, which is part of Denmark with self-government over domestic affairs, had no comment on the cause

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NASA discovers new mode of ice loss in Greenland

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NASA discovers new mode of ice loss in Greenland

- NASA has discovered a new long pulse of ice loss in Greenland resulting from a warming climate, with implications for the future rate of sea level rise. The study found that during Greenland's hottest summers on record, 2010 and 2012, the ice in Rink Glacier on the island's west coast did not just melt faster than usual, it slid through the glacier's interior in a gigantic wave, like a warmed freezer pop sliding out of its plastic casing

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Cruise from Greenland to Nunavut full of Arctic wonders

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Cruise from Greenland to Nunavut full of Arctic wonders

- An expedition into the heart of the Arctic -- our trip of a lifetime -- begins with a flight to Greenland, three-and-a-half hours from Toronto. On arrival, our passports are stamped on the hood of an immigration-department pickup truck. Then we board buses bound for the wharf where our ship -- Adventure Canada's Ocean Endeavour -- waits 2.5-km offshore. A fleet of Zodiacs takes us to the Ocean Endeavour and the next leg of the journey begins as we sail toward Sondrestromfjord above the Arctic Circle

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Veterans meet with Manchester VA officials in Greenland

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Veterans meet with Manchester VA officials in Greenland

- Vets say they've had trouble getting the care they need. . Veterans meet with Manchester VA officials in Greenland Vets say they've had trouble getting the care they need GREENLAND, N.H. — Veterans on the Seacoast got a chance to meet with local officials from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, as the agency looks to better their services. Those in attendance at the Greenland Veterans Center said they're relieved to be face-to-face with VA officials, but they still have questions and believe there is still a long way to go before they'll be fully satisfied with their care

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A way of life melting away in Greenland as climate change bites

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A way of life melting away in Greenland as climate change bites

- The northernmost village in Greenland sits just shy of 78 degrees north latitude, deep in the Arctic, yet during the summer, meltwater is everywhere. It flows in small rivulets and larger streams, past multicoloured houses built against a sloping hill and down to the Inglefield Bredning, as it is called in Danish – a broad body of water at the confluence of several fjords

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NASA just snapped the first photos of a new crack in one of Greenland's largest glaciers

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NASA just snapped the first photos of a new crack in one of Greenland's largest glaciers

- The first photographs of a new and ominous crack in Greenland’s enormous Petermann glacier were captured by a NASA airborne mission on Friday. NASA’s Operation IceBridge, which has been flying over northwest Greenland for the past several days, took the photos after being provided coordinates by Stef Lhermitte, a professor at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, who had spotted it by examining satellite images

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Bye-bye, Miami—Greenland is melting

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Bye-bye, Miami—Greenland is melting

- Congress diddles while the Earth wobbles. The first real study of the changes in the earth’s climate took place at Camp Century in Greenland, in 1960, which was supposedly built by the United States to test Arctic construction methods and carry out “other research.” Scientists from the engineering school of Toronto’s York University drilled the first ice core samples in order to study the earth’s climate. Have you ever heard

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Iceland Offers Greenland Help after Tsunami
Iceland Offers Greenland Help after Tsunami Icelandic Minister for Foreign Affairs Guðlaugur Þór Þórðarson has offered assistance to neighbor Greenland after a tsunami apparently hit the west coast of Greenland on Sunday, reports. Guðlaugur Þór said the thoughts of Icelanders are with Greenlanders. Guðlaugur Þór stated in an interview with Stöð 2 TV station’s news program that the Greenlandic authorities were grateful for the offer by the Icelandic government   Read More ...
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Greenland hit by tsunami, four people missing
Greenland hit by tsunami, four people missing COPENHAGEN, June 18 (Reuters) – Four people are missing after large waves flooded a remote settlement in Greenland this weekend, Greenland officials said on Sunday.A Danish media report said the waves late on Saturday might have been caused by an earthquake creating a landslide into the sea, which in turn would have generated a swell. The Greenland government said the small village of Nuugaatsiaq in the northwest was flooded, while two other places in the same region, Uummannaq and Illorsuit, were also affected   Read More ...
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Four missing after tsunami hits Greenland
Four missing after tsunami hits Greenland Four people were listed as missing Sunday after an earthquake sparked a tsunami off Greenland and forced some residents to be evacuated. "Four people are missing," local broadcaster KNR quoted local police chief Bjorn Tegner Bay as telling a news conference in the autonomous Danish territory. There were no confirmed fatalities, but Bay said 11 houses had been swept away after a magnitude 4 overnight quake off Uummannaq, a small island well above the Arctic Circle   Read More ...
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Four people missing after flooding in remote Greenland village
Four people missing after flooding in remote Greenland village COPENHAGEN: Four people are missing after large waves flooded a remote settlement in Greenland this weekend, Greenland officials said on Sunday. A Danish media report said the waves late on Saturday might have been caused by an earthquake creating a landslide into the sea, which in turn would have generated a swell. Police in Greenland, which is part of Denmark with self-government over domestic affairs, had no comment on the cause   Read More ...
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Four people missing after flooding in remote Greenland village
Four people are missing after large waves flooded a remote settlement in Greenland this weekend, Greenland officials said on Sunday. A Danish media report said the waves late on Saturday might have been caused by an earthquake creating a landslide into the sea, which in turn would have generated a swell. Police in Greenland, which is part of Denmark with self-government over domestic affairs, had no comment on the cause   Read More ...
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Four people missing after flooding in remote Greenland village
COPENHAGEN Four people are missing after large waves flooded a remote settlement in Greenland this weekend, Greenland officials said on Sunday. A Danish media report said the waves late on Saturday might have been caused by an earthquake creating a landslide into the sea, which in turn would have generated a swell. Police in Greenland, which is part of Denmark with self-government over domestic affairs, had no comment on the cause   Read More ...
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Four people missing after flooding in remote Greenland village
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Four people are missing after large waves flooded a remote settlement in Greenland this weekend, Greenland officials said on Sunday. A Danish media report said the waves late on Saturday might have been caused by an earthquake creating a landslide into the sea, which in turn would have generated a swell. Police in Greenland, which is part of Denmark with self-government over domestic affairs, had no comment on the cause   Read More ...
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Tsunami hits Greenland after 4.0 earthquake, reportedly killing four
Tsunami hits Greenland after 4.0 earthquake, reportedly killing four Four people are reportedly feared dead in Greenland after an earthquake off the Arctic island's west coast triggered a tsunami that flooded a village. The Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland said that an earthquake late on Saturday (local time) with a magnitude of around 4.0 on the Richter scale struck northwestern Greenland near the village of Nuugaatsiaq. It said surging water is reported to have destroyed 11 buildings there   Read More ...
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Tsunami hits Greenland after earthquake as dramatic footage shows people fleeing for safety
Tsunami hits Greenland after earthquake as dramatic footage shows people fleeing for safety Dramatic footage has captured the aftermath of a tsunami that struck the coast of Greenland. A woman filmed the scene as houses floated into the sea and debris scattered the floor after an earthquake triggered the tsunami on Saturday. Four people are reportedly missing after the tsunami hit the tiny village. Residents have been evacuated according to the local broadcaster KNR, after the four magnitude earthquake struck off Uummannaq, a small island above the Arctic Circle   Read More ...
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Greenland tsunami, floods leave 4 people missing after quake
Greenland tsunami, floods leave 4 people missing after quake HELSINKI -- Authorities say four people have been reported missing in Greenland after an earthquake off the Arctic island's west coast triggered a tsunami that flooded a village. The Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland said Sunday that an earthquake late Saturday with a magnitude of around 4.0 on the Richter scale struck northwestern Greenland near the village of Nuugaatsiaq. It said surging water is reported to have destroyed 11 buildings there   Read More ...
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Greenland tsunami, floods leave 4 people missing after quake
HELSINKI (AP) — Authorities say four people have been reported missing in Greenland after an earthquake off the Arctic island's west coast triggered a tsunami that flooded a village. The Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland said Sunday that an earthquake late Saturday with a magnitude of around 4.0 on the Richter scale struck northwestern Greenland near the village of Nuugaatsiaq   Read More ...
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Tsunami hits Greenland; at least 4 feared dead
Tsunami hits Greenland; at least 4 feared dead Four people are feared dead after tsunami waves struck the coast of Greenland on Saturday night. A 4.1-magnitude earthquake, which struck 28 kilometres north of the northwest village of Nuugaatsiaq, is believed to have triggered the tsunami, according to a report from Kalaallit Nunaata Radioa, the national broadcaster in Greenland. The local newspaper, Sermitsiaq, reported that the four feared dead were inside their home in Nuugaatsiaq when waves struck and swept the structure into the ocean   Read More ...
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Greenland tsunami, floods leave 4 people missing after quake
Authorities say four people have been reported missing in Greenland after an earthquake off the Arctic island's west coast triggered a tsunami that flooded a village. The Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland said Sunday that an earthquake late Saturday with a magnitude of around 4.0 on the Richter scale struck northwestern Greenland near the village of Nuugaatsiaq. It said surging water is reported to have destroyed 11 buildings there   Read More ...
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Four missing after tsunami hits Greenland
Four missing after tsunami hits Greenland STOCKHOLM: Four people were listed as missing Sunday after an earthquake sparked a tsunami off Greenland and forced some residents to be evacuated. "Four people are missing," local broadcaster KNR quoted local police chief Bjorn Tegner Bay as telling a news conference in the autonomous Danish territory. There were no confirmed fatalities, but Bay said 11 houses had been swept away after a magnitude 4 overnight quake off Uummannaq, a small island well above the Arctic Circle   Read More ...
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Four missing after tsunami hits Greenland
Four missing after tsunami hits Greenland Four people were listed as missing today after an earthquake sparked a tsunami off Greenland and forced some residents to be evacuated. “Four people are missing,” local broadcaster KNR quoted local police chief Bjorn Tegner Bay as telling a news conference in the autonomous Danish territory. There were no confirmed fatalities, but Bay said 11 houses had been swept away after a magnitude 4 overnight quake off Uummannaq, a small island well above the Arctic Circle   Read More ...
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Four missing after tsunami hits Greenland
Four missing after tsunami hits Greenland Stockholm - Four people were listed as missing Sunday after an earthquake sparked a tsunami off Greenland and forced some residents to be evacuated. "Four people are missing," local broadcaster KNR quoted local police chief Bjorn Tegner Bay as telling a news conference in the autonomous Danish territory. There were no confirmed fatalities, but Bay said 11 houses had been swept away after a magnitude 4 overnight quake off Uummannaq, a small island well above the Arctic Circle   Read More ...
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Four missing after tsunami hits Greenland - The Nation
Four missing after tsunami hits Greenland - The Nation "Four people are missing," local broadcaster KNR quoted local police chief Bjorn Tegner Bay as telling a news conference in the autonomous Danish territory. There were no confirmed fatalities, but Bay said 11 houses had been swept away after a magnitude 4 overnight quake off Uummannaq, a small island well above the Arctic Circle. "The huge waves risk breaking over Upernavik and its environs   Read More ...
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NASA discovers new mode of ice loss in Greenland
NASA discovers new mode of ice loss in Greenland NASA has discovered a new long pulse of ice loss in Greenland resulting from a warming climate, with implications for the future rate of sea level rise. The study found that during Greenland's hottest summers on record, 2010 and 2012, the ice in Rink Glacier on the island's west coast did not just melt faster than usual, it slid through the glacier's interior in a gigantic wave, like a warmed freezer pop sliding out of its plastic casing   Read More ...
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NASA discovers a new mode of ice loss in Greenland
NASA discovers a new mode of ice loss in Greenland A new NASA study finds that during Greenland's hottest summers on record, 2010 and 2012, the ice in Rink Glacier on the island's west coast didn't just melt faster than usual, it slid through the glacier's interior in a gigantic wave, like a warmed freezer pop sliding out of its plastic casing. The wave persisted for four months, with ice from upstream continuing to move down to replace the missing mass for at least four more months   Read More ...
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Cruise from Greenland to Nunavut full of Arctic wonders
Cruise from Greenland to Nunavut full of Arctic wonders An expedition into the heart of the Arctic -- our trip of a lifetime -- begins with a flight to Greenland, three-and-a-half hours from Toronto. On arrival, our passports are stamped on the hood of an immigration-department pickup truck. Then we board buses bound for the wharf where our ship -- Adventure Canada's Ocean Endeavour -- waits 2.5-km offshore. A fleet of Zodiacs takes us to the Ocean Endeavour and the next leg of the journey begins as we sail toward Sondrestromfjord above the Arctic Circle   Read More ...
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Veterans meet with Manchester VA officials in Greenland
Veterans meet with Manchester VA officials in Greenland Vets say they've had trouble getting the care they need. . Veterans meet with Manchester VA officials in Greenland Vets say they've had trouble getting the care they need GREENLAND, N.H. — Veterans on the Seacoast got a chance to meet with local officials from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, as the agency looks to better their services. Those in attendance at the Greenland Veterans Center said they're relieved to be face-to-face with VA officials, but they still have questions and believe there is still a long way to go before they'll be fully satisfied with their care   Read More ...
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NASA's P-3 aircraft flies over southeast Greenland(1/2)
The shadow of NASA's P-3 aircraft is seen over an iceberg on a May 8, 2017 flight supporting NASA's Operation IceBridge mission. IceBridge began its final week of Arctic Spring 2017 surveys with a glacier-packed mission in Greenland, called Southeast Glaciers 01. The P-3 is a four-engine turboprop based out of Wallops and capable of long duration flights of 8-12 hours   Read More ...
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Australian pair out to conquer Greenland
Australian pair out to conquer Greenland Hidden crevasses, hungry polar bears and the relationship between a father and his son-in-law are the hurdles standing between Queensland adventurer Geoff Wilson and another polar feat this month. Mr Wilson and son-in-law Simon Goodburn will fly out on Sunday on their way to Greenland where they're planning to become the first Australians to cover the isolated ice-covered island from south to north   Read More ...
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A way of life melting away in Greenland as climate change bites
A way of life melting away in Greenland as climate change bites The northernmost village in Greenland sits just shy of 78 degrees north latitude, deep in the Arctic, yet during the summer, meltwater is everywhere. It flows in small rivulets and larger streams, past multicoloured houses built against a sloping hill and down to the Inglefield Bredning, as it is called in Danish – a broad body of water at the confluence of several fjords   Read More ...
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40-day Greenland Kite Hike Underway
40-day Greenland Kite Hike Underway Five Icelandic mountaineering enthusiasts are today setting off on a 1,200-kilometer (746-mile) trek along the east coast of Greenland. The expedition should take them around 40 days to complete and will be sped up in places with the use of a specialist kite/sail which will use the wind to drag them along. This will be the first trek of its type   Read More ...
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In Greenland’s northernmost village, a melting Arctic threatens the age-old hunt
In Greenland’s northernmost village, a melting Arctic threatens the age-old hunt The northernmost village in Greenland sits just shy of 78 degrees north latitude — deep in the Arctic — yet during the summer, meltwater is everywhere. It flows in small rivulets and larger streams, past multicolored houses built against a sloping hill and down to the Inglefield Bredning, as it is called in Danish — a broad body of water at the confluence of several fjords   Read More ...
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Nasa just snapped the first photos of a new crack in one of Greenland's largest glaciers
Nasa just snapped the first photos of a new crack in one of Greenland's largest glaciers New Nasa photographs of Greenland's enormous Petermann Glacier show a new and ominous crack. Nasa's Operation IceBridge, which has been flying over northwest Greenland for the past several days, took the photos on Friday (Saturday, NZ time) after being provided co-ordinates by Stef Lhermitte, a professor at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, who had spotted the oddly located chasm by examining satellite images   Read More ...
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A new crack in one of Greenland's largest glaciers has scientists' attention
A new crack in one of Greenland's largest glaciers has scientists' attention Scientist's tweets lead to examination of a new crack in Greenland's Petermann Glacier Greenland's glaciers play a role in Earth's rising sea levels, so a crack is concerning (CNN)Something caught Stef Lhermitte's eye last week as he pored over satellite images of Northwest Greenland's Petermann Glacier, one of the largest glaciers in Greenland. "I saw a small line and thought 'that seems new,' " said Lhermitte as he described the discovery he made, almost by accident, as he was testing a methodology to detect melt that requires making animated GIFs from the black and blue grainy images of Greenland captured by the European Space Agency's Sentinel-1 satellite   Read More ...
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NASA images show new crack in Greenland's Petermann Glacier
NASA images show new crack in Greenland's Petermann Glacier A series of images released by NASA show a huge crack in Greenland's Petermann Glacier, sparking questions about where it came from and what it will mean for the future of the glacier. NASA's Operation IceBridge, as part of an airborne survey of changing polar ice, flew over the chasm and captured more detailed images. The team posted the images to Facebook on Friday   Read More ...
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NASA snaps picture of new crack in Greenland ice shelf
NASA snaps picture of new crack in Greenland ice shelf (Phys.org)—A team of researchers working with NASA's Operation IceBridge has snapped a picture of a crack in the middle part of Petermann Glacier—it resides on Greenland's northern coast. The photo and other accompanying images have been released to the media to allow the public to see what is occurring. Operation IceBridge consists of flying airplanes over parts of Antarctica and Greenland and taking pictures to monitor changes in ice coverage and formations   Read More ...
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NASA Just Snapped The First Photos Of A New Crack In One Of Greenland's Largest Glaciers
NASA Just Snapped The First Photos Of A New Crack In One Of Greenland's Largest Glaciers The first photographs of a new and ominous crack in Greenland's enormous Petermann Glacier were captured by a NASA airborne mission Friday. NASA's Operation IceBridge, which has been flying over northwest Greenland for the past several days, took the photos after being provided coordinates by Stef Lhermitte, a professor at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, who had spotted the oddly located chasm by examining satellite images   Read More ...
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NASA just snapped the first photos of a mysterious crack in one of Greenland’s largest glaciers
NASA just snapped the first photos of a mysterious crack in one of Greenland’s largest glaciers This story has been updated. The first photographs of a new and ominous crack in Greenland’s enormous Petermann Glacier were captured by a NASA airborne mission Friday. NASA’s Operation IceBridge, which has been flying over northwest Greenland for the past several days, took the photos after being provided coordinates by Stef Lhermitte, a professor at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, who had spotted the oddly located chasm by examining satellite images   Read More ...
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NASA just snapped the first photos of a new crack in one of Greenland's largest glaciers
NASA just snapped the first photos of a new crack in one of Greenland's largest glaciers The first photographs of a new and ominous crack in Greenland’s enormous Petermann glacier were captured by a NASA airborne mission on Friday. NASA’s Operation IceBridge, which has been flying over northwest Greenland for the past several days, took the photos after being provided coordinates by Stef Lhermitte, a professor at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, who had spotted it by examining satellite images   Read More ...
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Scientists just found a strange and worrying crack in one of Greenland’s biggest glaciers
Scientists just found a strange and worrying crack in one of Greenland’s biggest glaciers Scientists examining satellite images of one of Greenland’s largest glaciers believe they have found an unexpected new crack in its floating ice shelf that could contribute to a dramatic break in coming years. The Petermann Glacier, located in the high Arctic at 80 degrees North latitude, is one of the most important outlets by which the Greenland ice sheet extends and flows into the sea   Read More ...
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Scientists just uncovered some troubling news about Greenland’s most enormous glacier
Scientists just uncovered some troubling news about Greenland’s most enormous glacier The largest glacier in Greenland is even more vulnerable to sustained ice losses than previously thought, scientists have reported. Jakobshavn glacier, responsible for feeding flotillas of icebergs into the Ilulissat icefjord — and possibly for unleashing the iceberg that sank the Titanic — is an enormous outlet for the larger Greenland ice sheet, which itself contains enough ice to raise seas by more than 20 feet   Read More ...
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Denmark snubbed Chinese offer to buy abandoned Greenland base over security concerns: sources
Denmark snubbed Chinese offer to buy abandoned Greenland base over security concerns: sources COPENHAGEN – Denmark decided to turn down an offer last year from Chinese mining company General Nice Group to buy an abandoned naval base on Greenland due to security concerns, sources involved in the decision said. Danish politicians did not want to jeopardize their country’s relationship with the United States, Copenhagen’s main ally, by granting another power a potential military foothold in Greenland, the sources told Reuters   Read More ...
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Denmark spurned Chinese offer for Greenland base over security - sources
Denmark decided to turn down an offer last year from Chinese mining company General Nice Group to buy an abandoned naval base on Greenland due to security concerns, sources involved in the decision said. Danish politicians did not want to jeopardise their country's relationship with the United States, Copenhagen's main ally, by granting another power a potentially military foothold in Greenland, the sources told Reuters   Read More ...
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Denmark spurned Chinese offer for Greenland base over security - sources
COPENHAGEN: Denmark decided to turn down an offer last year from Chinese mining company General Nice Group to buy an abandoned naval base on Greenland due to security concerns, sources involved in the decision said. Danish politicians did not want to jeopardise their country's relationship with the United States, Copenhagen's main ally, by granting another power a potentially military foothold in Greenland, the sources told Reuters   Read More ...
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Denmark spurned Chinese offer for Greenland base over security - sources
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark decided to turn down an offer last year from Chinese mining company General Nice Group to buy an abandoned naval base on Greenland due to security concerns, sources involved in the decision said. Danish politicians did not want to jeopardise their country's relationship with the United States, Copenhagen's main ally, by granting another power a potentially military foothold in Greenland, the sources told Reuters   Read More ...
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Denmark spurned Chinese offer for Greenland base over security -sources
Denmark decided to turn down an offer last year from Chinese mining company General Nice Group to buy an abandoned naval base on Greenland due to security concerns, sources involved in the decision said. Danish politicians did not want to jeopardise their country's relationship with the United States, Copenhagen's main ally, by granting another power a potentially military foothold in Greenland, the sources told Reuters   Read More ...
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