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Online Product Demo’s from Argon

COVID-19 is causing many changes in employment and operational practices across the world, which is resulting in how Argon will be communicating with their customers for product demonstrations. In an effort to ensure they...

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North Korea praises Trump but warns on ties

Seoul (AFP) March 22, 2020 – Donald Trump has sent a letter to Kim Jong Un detailing a plan to develop ties, state media reported citing the North Korean leader’s powerful sister, but she...

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Covid-19: Russian military prepares for virus

The Russian armed forces have begun implementing steps to prepare for, and tackle, the spread of Covid-19. On 25 March, following an order from President Vladimir Putin, the military began a three-day readiness exercise...

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Iran: CBRN monthly update, March 2020

Summary In March 2020, the much-awaited IAEA quarterly report brought Iran’s increased uranium stockpile to light. Along with this, the IAEA also highlighted Iran’s non-cooperation regarding inspections of undeclared nuclear activities and material. The...

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Coronavirus latest: at a glance

(The Guardian) – Key developments in the global coronavirus outbreak today include: Infections worldwide have passed 786,000, according to the Johns Hopkins University tracker, with 37,800 deaths. The three countries with the highest infections...

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EpiShuttles to Protect Patients and Crews

From next week, two DRF Luftrettung stations in Germany will be using “EpiShuttles”, a special insulation stretcher. Another eight stations are to follow soon. DRF Luftrettung invests in the protection of patients and their...

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NAVAIR to award AARGM-ER LRIP 1 contract

The US Navy (USN) issued a sole-source contract notification for the commencement of low-rate initial production (LRIP) of the Northrop Grumman AGM-88G Advanced Anti-Radiation Guided Missile-Extended Range (AARGM-ER) on 31 March. The notification, posted...

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Coronavirus at a glance: the latest developments

(The Guardian) – Key developments in the global coronavirus outbreak today include: Covid-19 infections worldwide have risen to 722,000, according to the Johns Hopkins University tracker. The US had the most cases, with over...

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