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France seeks to expedite India-Middle East-Europe corridor

Globes 21 Feb 2024
It is designed to ease communications and the movement of goods between Europe and India through a network of railways, shipping lanes, gas pipelines, and telecommunications cables.
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Digital Transformation Strategy economy has become South Africa’s new black

Independent online (SA) 20 Feb 2024
Rossiter cites devastating instances of accidental cable damage due to shipping and fishing activity and intentional cable slashing by various determined actors with wide-ranging disruptive intent.
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Congress must pass measure extending vital Central Pacific agreements

The Hill 20 Feb 2024
Chinese survey ships have been operating nearby undersea cables in Palau and Micronesia, and in Palau, the CCP managed to persuade pro-Beijing legislators to pass a resolution denouncing the proposed U.S. military radar system ... ....
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Look out, Sonos. The Wiim Amp is your favorite speakers’ new best friend

Digital Trends 20 Feb 2024
Wiim ships the Amp with a power cord, an HDMI cable, an optical cable, a stereo RCA cable, and a Bluetooth voice remote ... The only other things you’ll need (assuming you already have speaker cable ...
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Britain's undersea cables vulnerable in the face of security threats, report warns

The National 19 Feb 2024
we have already seen Russian attempts to interfere with Atlantic cables ... Middle East cable threat ... The report points to incidents of cable-cutting where Russian ships have been reported in the vicinity, such as near the Shetland Islands in 2022.
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Attacks on Taiwan’s online links need action

Taipei Times 17 Feb 2024
2 last year, two submarine cables connecting Taiwan and Lienchiang County were snagged and severed by a Chinese fishing trawler and a cargo ship ... 2 and 3 cables were severed by a Chinese fishing trawler and an unidentified cargo ship.
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Fairview Microwave Unveils Phase Shifters and Continuously Variable Attenuators

Victoria Advocate 15 Feb 2024
A leading supplier of on-demand RF and microwave products since 1992, Fairview offers immediate delivery of RF components including attenuators, adapters, coaxial cable assemblies, connectors, terminations and much more.
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Buttigieg tours Interstate Bridge

TDN 15 Feb 2024
They include sections that lift to allow ships through ... The cables that lift and lower the bridge to shipping traffic have to be greased by hand, and the grease alone costs about $40,000 a year, on top of $1.2 million in annual operating costs ... ....
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Buttigieg visits interstate highway bridge in Pacific Northwest slated for seismic replacement

The Register Guard 14 Feb 2024
U.S ... They include sections that lift to allow ships through ... The cables that lift and lower the bridge to shipping traffic have to be greased by hand, and the grease alone costs about $40,000 a year, on top of $1.2 million in annual operating costs.
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National emergency in Tobago as mystery ship spews oil

Splash24/7 13 Feb 2024
Divers have located a towing cable attached to the ship suggesting it was potentially being towed somewhere when it ran into difficulty last Wednesday. The ship is wedged on a reef, with huge amounts of debris on the seafloor reported by divers.
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Cavotec receives shore power retrofit order worth USD 5.7 million

SAFETY4SEA 13 Feb 2024
According to Cavotec, the agreement entails the complete retrofit of container vessels from installation of Cavotec’s cable management system to modifications of the ship’s switchboards.
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Quad needs to protect vulnerable undersea cables

Asiatimes 12 Feb 2024
The Quad members can collectively pool resources to lease cable repair ships in collaboration with industry partner like NEC Japan, which signed a charter contract with a UK-based company for an ...
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John Mearsheimer: “The Israel lobby is as powerful as ever”

New Statesman 10 Feb 2024
GJ ... JM ... GJ ... Almost everybody has said from the start that using military force against the Houthis is not going to stop them from attacking ships in the Red Sea, and they haven’t stopped, and are even threatening to cut critically important sea cables.
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Can the Houthis cut the Red Sea's undersea internet cables?

The New Arab 08 Feb 2024
Yemen's Houthis could cut undersea cables, a report has claimed amid a spate of attacks on Red Sea shipping resulting in a confrontation with a US coalition and affecting prices of imported goods in many parts of the word.
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$1 million in extra costs and weeks of delays. How the Red Sea crisis is ...

Auburnpub dot com 08 Feb 2024
London (CNN) — Attacks on container vessels in the Red Sea have been wreaking havoc on one of the world’s most important trade routes for weeks, and shipping giant Maersk warned Thursday that the disruption could last as long as a year.
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