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Faroe Island Tourists Face Two Years in Prison for Not Aiding Whale Hunts

A "draconian" new law in the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic could see Farose citizens, tourists and conservationists face up to two years in prison if they fail to report sightings of migrating whales and dolphins to the Faroese...Show More Summary

There Is No Oil Bust In North Dakota

Over the weekend I wrote about an article in the Atlantic headlined, “A North Dakota Oil Boom Goes Bust.” It was written by former Bismarck Tribune reporter Mara Van Ells and, frankly, it doesn’t reflect reality here in North Dakota. As North Dakota-based Reuters reporter Ernest Scheyder wrote on Twitter, there is no bust and Van Ells’ reference to “Exxon...

Should NATO Collapse, Western Countries Will Be at Each Other's Throat

The North Atlantic Alliance has long outlived the obvious reason for its existence, yet the bloc will be around for a long time regardless of any external threat and due to a major internal factor, namely Europe's own violent history, the National Interest reported.

Brzezinski: Russia Has to Be Assured That Ukraine Will Never Join NATO

Former US National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski stands by his convictions that Ukraine should never join the North Atlantic Alliance, if peace and stability in the war-torn country and the region as a whole is to be lasting.

McDonald's Adds Lobster Rolls to Menus Across New England

They cost $8. Is America ready for the return of the McLobster roll? According to Fox CT, the chain added the swanky sandwich to menus across New England last Saturday. The lobster roll is made with "100 percent North Atlantic lobster and mayonnaise" that is loaded onto a bed of lettuce stuffed between a toasted bun. Show More Summary

The Threatened Atlantic Puffins Are Nesting And It's Adorable

The Atlantic puffins are back...for now. After spending much of the year on the open sea, the photogenic birds have made their annual trip to the North Atlantic shores of Maine, Newfoundland, and the United Kingdom to breed. Click here...Show More Summary

Russia's Advanced S-400 Systems Could 'Neutralize NATO Airpower'

The S-400 is a major reason for the North Atlantic Alliance to think twice before escalating tensions with Russia, according to the US media.

Annual Whale Hunt Begins in Faroe Islands

Two activist ships are racing to the Faroe Islands, in the North Atlantic to attempt to stop the "barbaric" annual killing of hundreds of whales and dolphins currently taking place in the autonomous Danish province.  Two vessels, the...Show More Summary

Greenland, Stop Driving The Atlantic Salmon To Extinction

The Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF) is very disappointed over the failure of the North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organization (NASCO) to limit Greenland’s salmon harvest to sustainable levels, during negotiations to set regulatory measures at meetings that took place June 2 to 5 in Goose Bay, Labrador. Show More Summary

US, NATO Bracing for Long-Term Standoff With Russia Under Putin and Beyond

Instead of building bridges and accepting Russia's stance as having merit, the US and the North Atlantic Alliance have chosen to immerse themselves in shaping up for a lasting showdown with Moscow.

Chocolate Espresso Irish Moss Pudding

Irish moss is a type of seaweed that grows along the Atlantic coasts of Europe and North America. Like most sea vegetables, Irish moss is high in iodine, magnesium, calcium, manganese, zinc, bromine, and other minerals. It’ s also a source of carrageenan, the jelly-like thickening agent used to thicken a variety of food products. […]

NATO Expansion Has Never Been Popular With Public in Any Country - Analyst

The expansion of the North Atlantic Alliance has never enjoyed enthusiastic support of the rank and file, but the lack of public backing has no effect on the decisions NATO makes, author of the book "Bombs for Peace: NATO's War on Yugoslavia" George Szamuely told Radio Sputnik.

Crowley Adds Sailings from North Atlantic to Puerto Rico

Crowley Maritime Corp. informs its liner services group will add sailings between Pennsauken, N.J., and San Juan, Puerto Rico, this summer. The company has served the Puerto Rico market since 1954.

NATO Implementing Biggest Defense Reinforcement Since Cold War

The first full exercise of NATO’s new rapid reaction force is taking place in eastern Europe. The Organization’s chief said the alliance was implementing its biggest defense reinforcement since the Cold War. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) created the […]

A Trio of Bermuda Triangle Movies are Currently in Development

Universal, Skydance and Warner Bros. are all currently developing films around the mysterious section of the North Atlantic The post A Trio of Bermuda Triangle Movies are Currently in Development appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Research revealing evolutionary history of fish species suggests tailored Ocean management strategies needed to avoid depletion of fish stocks

A more tailored approach to ocean management is required in the North Atlantic if the permanent loss of an increasingly valuable commercial fish stock is to be avoided, reveals new research.

Supertankers Set to Take North Sea Crude to Asia in June

As many as four VLCC tankers could take North Sea crude oil to Asia this month, shipping fixtures show, after an Atlantic Basin supply glut forced prices to multi-year lows.

Russian Military Plane Buzzes NATO Warships

  A Russian military surveillance aircraft skimmed above four North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) warships in the Baltic Sea earlier this week, CNN is reporting.

Sage confirms plans to create 400 jobs in Midtown Atlanta

Sage Group PLC confirmed Friday it will locate its North American headquarters and an innovation center at Midtown's Atlantic Station — a move that will create at least 400 jobs Atlanta Business Chronicle first reported the expansion...Show More Summary

Sailing Singlehanded – Maine Maritime Training Ship Rescues North Atlantic Sailor

Maine Maritime Academy’s Training Ship State of Maine responded to a distress call yesterday morning in the North Atlantic. The training ship was on a homeward course when the vessel was contacted by the U.S. Coast Guard RCC (VIA AMVER) about a nearby sailing vessel that was taking on water. Show More Summary

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