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The Open: Viktor Hovland pitches in from the rough for eagle

BBC Sport Friday, 15 July 2022
Norway's Viktor Hovland sends his pitch shot from the rough straight into the hole for an eagle two on the 15th hole of the Old Course at St Andrews.
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NATO Claims Nord Stream Leak Is the Result of a Deliberate Act of Sabotage [Video]

NATO Claims Nord Stream Leak Is the Result of a Deliberate Act of Sabotage

NATO Claims , Nord Stream Leak Is the Result of , a Deliberate Act of Sabotage. On September 29, NATO suggested that damage to the Nord Stream pipelines was the result of sabotage. On September 29, NATO suggested that damage to the Nord Stream pipelines was the result of sabotage. 'Newsweek' reports that the alliance said it would retaliate for any attack on critical infrastructure of its member countries and would-be member Sweden. Any deliberate attack against Allies' critical infrastructure would be met with a united and determined response. , NATO ambassadors, via 'Newsweek'. According to NATO, , "all currently available information indicates that this is the result of deliberate, reckless, and irresponsible acts of sabotage. These leaks are causing risks to shipping and substantial environmental damage.". The Nord Stream pipelines transport gas from Russia through the Baltic Sea to Germany. Both the Danish and Swedish governments have echoed that the leaks off their shores were the result of "deliberate actions.". Both the Danish and Swedish governments have echoed that the leaks off their shores were the result of "deliberate actions.". Prior to the leaks being discovered, multiple explosions were recorded. . On September 26, explosions were detected by seismic stations in Denmark, Norway and Finland. The second explosion registered as the equivalent of a magnitude 2.3 earthquake. According to 'Newsweek,' some European officials and energy experts have cautioned against assigning blame until an investigation can be conducted

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England women to end 2022 against Japan and Norway

European champions England will play their final two games of 2022 against Japan and Norway in November.
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Baltic Pipe: Norway-Poland gas pipeline opens in key move to cut dependency on Russia [Video]

Baltic Pipe: Norway-Poland gas pipeline opens in key move to cut dependency on Russia

The pipeline carrying gas from the Norwegian shelf is central to Poland's plan to diversify away from Russian supplies that began years before the invasion of Ukraine.

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Freya the walrus: Mischievous boat-sinker euthanised in Norway [Video]

Freya the walrus: Mischievous boat-sinker euthanised in Norway

A walrus called Freya that has been getting up to mischief in Oslo was euthanised by Norweigian authorities on Sunday.

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Study Finds the Arctic Is Heating Up Faster Than Previously Predicted [Video]

Study Finds the Arctic Is Heating Up Faster Than Previously Predicted

Study Finds the Arctic , Is Heating Up Faster , Than Previously Predicted. NPR reports that new research shows that the Arctic is heating up almost four times faster than the rest of the Earth as a whole. The findings highlight that polar regions are experiencing disastrously rapid climate change. Previously, scientists estimated that the Arctic would heat up about twice as fast as rest of the globe. The new research shows that the region has warmed 3.8 times faster than the planet as a whole in the last 43 years. According to NPR, the study looked at the period between 1979 and 2021. The Arctic is more sensitive to global warming than previously thought, Richard Davy, Mika Rantanen of the Finnish Meteorological Institute, via NPR. According to the study, current computer models used by scientists struggle to capture the relative speed of Arctic warming. NPR reports that the findings suggest future models might need to be adjusted to predict an accurate rate of global warming in polar regions. This will probably be a bit of a surprise, but also kind of extra motivation perhaps. , Richard Davy, a climate scientist at Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center in Norway, via NPR. Things are moving faster than we could have expected from the model projections, Richard Davy, a climate scientist at Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center in Norway, via NPR. The team's findings were published in the journal Communications Earth & Environment

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Alfred Dunhill Links: Romain Langasque equals Old Course record to lead

Romain Langasque says he will remember equalling the Old Course record to lead the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship "for the rest of my life".
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