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CNN —Professional golfer Grayson Murray died by suicide, his parents confirmed in a statement released through the PGA Tour. It’s a nightmare.”The statement continued, “We would like to thank the PGA Tour and the entire world of golf for the outpouring of support. It provides free and confidential support 24 hours a day, seven days a week for people in suicidal crisis or distress. For crisis support in Spanish, call 1-888-628-9454. For support outside of the US, a worldwide directory of resources and international hotlines is provided by the International Association for Suicide Prevention.
Persons: Grayson Murray, ” Eric, Terry Murray, wasn’t, Grayson, , Charles Schwab, Murray, Keegan Bradley Organizations: CNN, PGA, Tour, Sony, Keegan, IMG, Prevention, International Association for Suicide Prevention, Befrienders, Locations: Fort Worth , Texas, Raleigh , North Carolina
She knows there’s a bigger pool of experienced workers out there, but she can’t hire them because they are undocumented immigrants. The coalition argues Biden can do more through executive action under current law, including by expanding work permits to spouses of US citizens. All of Indiana dairy farmer Steve Obert's employees are authorized to work, but he is among the business leaders advocating for more work permits for longtime undocumented residents. Courtesy Steve ObertAll of Obert’s 15 non-family employees are foreign born and have work permits. But he knows that undocumented workers contribute a lot to the industry, as well as to the communities where they live.
Persons: Lisa Winton, Winton, Biden, ” Winton, ” Lisa Winton, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Barack Obama, Trump, , , Karoline Leavitt, , ” It’s, Steve Obert, Jessica Vaughan, Rebecca Shi, , ’ ”, Shi, Vaughan, Tara Watson, Bush, Obama, Kerri Talbot, Trump’s, Steve, ” Obert Organizations: CNN, Winton Machine Company, American Business Immigration Coalition, Employers, Time, Trump, Pew Research Center, Labor, National Agricultural Workers Survey, Center, American, National Milk Producers Federation, Immigration Services, Center for Immigration Studies, Department of Homeland Security, Migration Policy Institute, Williams College, Immigration, Indiana Dairy Producers Locations: Suwanee , Georgia, Winton, Georgia, America, Indiana
Brendan McDermid | ReutersBlackRock estimates that the world's green energy transition will require $4 trillion annually by the mid-2030s, calling for more public-private partnerships, especially in Asia-Pacific. The forecast comes from BlackRock's latest "Investment Institute Transition Scenario," which analyzes how the low-carbon transition is most likely to play out and its potential impact on portfolios. The $4 trillion figure is double previous expectations of $2 trillion annually, and will require increases in both public and private sector capital, according to Michael Dennis, head of APAC Alternatives Strategy & Capital Markets at BlackRock. Last year, $1.8 trillion was invested into projects related to the energy transition, up from $33 billion in 2004 with about $19 trillion invested to date, according to data compiled by BlackRock. "However, while the investment has grown, there's still an $18 trillion gap to get to where we need to by 2030," he added.
Persons: Brendan McDermid, Michael Dennis, Dennis, there's Organizations: Reuters BlackRock, Investment, Capital Markets, BlackRock Locations: BlackRock, New York City, Asia, U.S
“China is now simply too large for the rest of the world to absorb this enormous capacity,” Yellen told reporters Monday. US intelligence has warned that China is providing technology and equipment to Russia that is important to Moscow’s war in Ukraine. During her last visit to Beijing, Yellen dramatically boosted business for a Yunnan restaurant chain and its mushroom dish after her delegation was spotted dining there. “As a US official, Yellen needs to know more about China than just its food. Only by understanding China better, can she correct the US worldview and its views of China and China-US relations.”
Persons: Janet Yellen, Yellen, Joe Biden, Xi Jinping, , China Nicholas Burns, Pedro Pardo, Li Qiang, ” Yellen, Li, Biden, , Mao Ning, Xi, CNN’s Marc Stewart, we’ve, Andy Wong, “ Yellen, Tao Tao Organizations: Hong Kong CNN, Russia, China's, Getty, Vice, Foreign Ministry, Treasury Department ., Ukraine, China’s, Ministry, Locations: China, Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Beijing, United States, AFP, Washington, Xinhua, Russia, Ukraine, Treasury Department . China, San Fransisco, , Yunnan, Weibo
CNN —NFL owners officially voted to ban the ‘hip-drop tackle’ from the sport on Monday, after an annual league meeting in Florida. The tackle has long been a topic of debate and was cited as the reason behind multiple injuries in the NFL. Miami Dolphins safety Jevon Holland also criticized the decision, posting on X: “Breaking news: Tackling Banned.”CNN has reached out to the NFL for comment about the criticism. Baltimore Ravens star Mark Andrews was one victim of the tackle last season, suffering a serious ankle injury after being brought down by the controversial technique in November. If they want to ban the tackle, fine.
Persons: , , “ unweights, swiveling, JJ Watt, Jevon Holland, Mark Andrews, Andrews, “ I’m, Organizations: CNN, NFL, Miami Dolphins, Baltimore Ravens Locations: Florida
Think of the actors Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, who were married to each other twice — first for a decade beginning in 1964, and then again in 1975 before they divorced the next year. The celebrity TV justice Judith Sheindlin, better known as Judge Judy, married Jerry Sheindlin in 1977. They divorced in 1990 and then remarried in 1991. The singer and actress Marie Osmond and the motivational speaker Steve Craig were first married in 1982 and divorced in 1985. Ms. Osmond told People Magazine in 2019, “The thing about a second marriage is that you realize things you thought were so important aren’t.”​
Persons: Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Elon Musk, Talulah Riley, Judith Sheindlin, Judy, Jerry Sheindlin, Marie Osmond, Steve Craig, Osmond, Organizations: People Magazine
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewThe US asked non-allies for help in an attempt to dissuade Russia from carrying out a nuclear strike in 2022, a senior US administration official told CNN. The official said their assessment was that input from the likes of India, China, and others "may have had some effect" on Russia's thinking. In June 2023, President Joe Biden said Russia's nuclear threat remained "real" following the news that Russia had moved nuclear weapons into neighboring Belarus. "All this really threatens a conflict with the use of nuclear weapons and the destruction of civilisation.
Persons: , Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping, Sergei Guneyev, Putin, Biden, Sergei Shoigu, Joe Biden, Emmanuel Macron Organizations: Service, CNN, Business, Getty, Russian, NATO, Reuters Locations: Russia, India, China, AFP, Ukraine, Kherson, Russian, Belarus
Russian officials alleged Ukraine would build and detonate a dirty bomb against Russian forces and then blame the attack on Russia. Western intelligence agencies had received information that there were now communications among Russian officials explicitly discussing a nuclear strike. “It’s never a cut-and-​dry, black-​and-​white assessment,” the first senior administration official told me. Secretary of State Antony Blinken communicated US concerns “very directly” with Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov, according to senior administration officials. “We conducted a number of quiet conversations with core allies to go through our thinking,” the first senior administration official told me.
Persons: CNN —, Biden, Powers, , ” “, Chris McGrath, Vladimir Putin, Sergei Shoigu, “ It’s, NurPhoto, Antony Blinken, Sergey Lavrov, Mark Milley, General Valery Gerasimov, Joe Biden, Bill Burns, Sergey Naryshkin, Xi Jinping, Narendra Modi, Alexandr Demyanchuk, , Organizations: CNN, US, National Security Council, Kherson City, , UN, United Nations, Russian, Russian Armed Forces, CIA, Indian, Shanghai Cooperation Organization Locations: Russia, Ukraine, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, , Russian, Kherson, Ukrainian, France, Turkey, , Kyiv, India, China, Samarkand
The startup company, Arctic Ice, shipped its first container of around 22 tons of Greenland ice to Dubai this year for sale to high-end bars and restaurants. Founded in 2022 by two Greenlanders, Arctic Ice has an interesting — and controversial — business model. Arctic Ice claims it’s offering a novel way to harness a natural resource, carving out new economic opportunities and raising awareness of the Arctic. Various attempts have been made over the past few decades to bring back natural ice commercially, but with little success. But perhaps inevitably for a business model that involves shipping a diminishing natural resource halfway across the world, Arctic Ice has attracted controversy.
Persons: , Malik V, Rasmussen, ” Rasmussen, , Jennifer Francis, Francis, It’s, Jason Box Organizations: CNN, glitzy, Climate Research, Geological Survey Locations: glitzy Dubai, Dubai, Nuuk, Greenland, Europe, people’s freezers, Norway, Denmark
Oregon changed its isolation policy in May when the Covid-19 public health emergency lifted, and California followed suit earlier this month. The recent order from the California health department notes that the potential infectious period spans from two days before through 10 days after symptoms or a positive test. Less restrictive isolation policies could allow people to feel more comfortable with testing, which could prompt them to get treatment or feel more comfortable taking other protective measures. Dr. Dean Sidelinger, Oregon’s state health officer, said that equity was a key factor considered in the decision to change isolation policy in the state. Public health policy decisions are rarely black-and-white, experts say, and weighing tradeoffs can be more of an art than a perfect science.
Persons: Tomás Aragón, , Jennifer Nuzzo, we’re, Dan Barouch, Sarita Shah, Dean Sidelinger, ” Barouch, , ” Nuzzo, Shah, Dr, Sanjay Gupta, you’re, ” Shah, Organizations: CNN —, US Centers for Disease Control, California Department of Public Health, CDC, Pandemic, Brown University School of Public Health, Center, Virology, Vaccine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical, Emory University, Get CNN, CNN Health Locations: California, Oregon, COVID, hospitalizations, Covid
“Anybody who understands the physics knows that.”Hansen’s words have heft — he is widely credited as the first scientist to publicly sound the alarm on climate change in the 1980s. Climate change is fueling storms in both the summer and winter. The year came within a whisker of breaching 1.5 degrees, according to data from the Copernicus Climate Change Service. “For all practical purposes we are only going to be looking at 1.5 degrees in the rearview mirror,” he said. Why 1.5 mattersFew scientists will dispute that the world faces a daunting path to limit warming to 1.5 degrees.
Persons: James Hansen, Lauren Owens Lambert, I’ve, Jim, , Michael Mann, Hansen, Friederike Otto, , it’s, Niño, Hurricane Idalia, Joe Raedle, ” Otto, , Storm Daniel, Karim Sahib, Bill McGuire, ” McGuire, Chris Smith, El Niño, Mann, Samantha Burgess, Copernicus, Otto said, ’ ” Smith, “ we’ve, McGuire, Otto Organizations: CNN, Getty, University of Pennsylvania, Imperial College London’s Grantham Institute, , United, Hurricane, University College London, University of Leeds Locations: Hampton , New Hampshire, AFP, United States, Europe, Tarpon Springs , Florida, Paris, Libya's, Derna, kilter
Saudi Minister of Finance Mohammed Bin Abdullah Al-Jadaan attends the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting in Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia, 15 July 2022. The programme has so far attracted 200 foreign companies, Saudi Investment minister Khaled Al-Falih was quoted as saying. "The new tax exemptions granted on regional headquarters activities will give .... international companies in the kingdom more clarity of vision and stability," Saudi Finance Minister Mohammed Al-Jadaan said, according to SPA. Foreign companies have scrambled to meet the Saudi condition to relocate their regional headquarters after the kingdom said in October the deadline will be enforced. Foreign firms have for years used neighbouring United Arab Emirates as a springboard for their regional operations, including for Saudi Arabia.
Persons: Finance Mohammed Bin Abdullah Al, Jadaan, Jan, Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Khaled Al, Falih, Mohammed Al, ” Jadaan, Aziz El, Bill Berkrot Organizations: Finance, Ministers, Central Bank Governors, Rights, United, United Arab Emirates, International, Saudi Investment, Saudi Finance, Games, , Thomson Locations: Saudi, Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia, Rights RIYADH, Saudi Arabia, United Arab, United Arab Emirates
President Gerald Ford (left) and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger talk together in the Oval Office, February 19, 1975. In his 2001 book "The Trial of Henry Kissinger," social critic Christopher Hitchens called him a war criminal. North Vietnam's Le Duc Tho (left) and US National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger at the Paris peace talks, January 1973. Chairman Zedong of the People's Republic of China meets U. S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger on Nov. 12, 1973. On a helicopter during the period of shuttle diplomacy in the Middle East, Henry Kissinger talks to his wife, Nancy.
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LONDON, Nov 13 (Reuters) - Novo Nordisk (NOVOb.CO) shares rose 3% on Monday as the market reacted to data the drugmaker presented over the weekend showing that the heart protective benefits of its popular obesity drug Wegovy are not solely due to weight loss. Wegovy is part of a class of drugs that mimic a gut hormone that helps regulate blood sugar and appetite. U.S. companies across sectors such as food and beverage makers have addressed investor concerns on the potential impact to their businesses from the growing popularity of the promising weight-loss drugs. Novo was first to market with its highly effective weight loss drugs. At the close of markets on Friday, Novo's shares were up 47.5%​ this year.
Persons: Markus Manns, Jefferies, Wegovy, Novo, Eli Lilly's, Lilly, Novo's, Maggie Fick, Boleslaw Lasocki, Medha Singh, Louise Heavens Organizations: Novo Nordisk, Novo, Union Investment, Reuters, Pfizer, Jefferies, U.S, Thomson Locations: United, Germany, Novo, U.S, Bengaluru
T-Mobile's nationwide standalone 5G network helps power these efforts. The common thread of these varied scenarios might surprise you: 5G, the "fifth generation" of wireless network technology. T-Mobile is the only provider of a standalone nationwide 5G network, putting it in a prime position to shake up that paradigm in the US. Uses for all industriesT-Mobile's 5G technology can be applied across all industries, for an ever-expanding number of use cases. Find out more about how T-Mobile's 5G technology is powering change across industries.
Persons: , Parvin Mahajan, Mahajan, Heather Nelson, Rod Laver, Will Townsend, Organizations: Mobile, Children, Boston Children's Hospital, Drivers, Infosys, Rod Laver Arena, Insider Studios Locations: Bellevue , Washington
The offers to refinance the mortgage on your home later often aren’t as attractive as they initially seem. Photo: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg NewsLenders have a proposition for home buyers who can’t stomach an 8% mortgage rate: Buy now, and refinance later for free. Lenders are making these offers because the market for mortgages cratered as the Federal Reserve raised interest rates to two-decade highs to tame inflation. ​ The average rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage is 7.79%, according to Freddie Mac .
Persons: David Paul Morris, refinance, Freddie Mac Organizations: Bloomberg, Federal Reserve
The largest desalination plant in the US is in San Diego. AdvertisementAdvertisementIn the early 1990s, San Diego was dying on the vine, starved of water in a series of yearslong droughts. At the last minute, a miracle saved San Diego — rain and snow in the desert replenished aquifers, saving the city from intense cutbacks. AdvertisementAdvertisementThe desalination plant produces potable water for San Diego county. With these easier options on the table, it's even more staggering that cities such as San Diego have pushed desalination efforts through.
Persons: , Diegans, Jeremy Crutchfield, Claude, Bud, Lewis, It's, Crutchfield, Diego, ​ Reed Kaestner, Robert Glennon, Frank Ward, Ward, Michelle Peters, Michael Hanemann, Glennon, Peters, Reed Kaestner, Hanemann, Allen J, Schaben Organizations: Service, Water Authority, Western, Getty, University of Arizona, Street Journal, New Mexico State University, Arizona State University, Water Locations: San Diego, Lewis Carlsbad, United States, Colorado, seeping, Mississippi, San Diego County , CA, Encina, San Diego County, Orange County , California, Carlsbad, Orange, California, Diego, San Diego county, Los Angeles, Columbia
A pump jack drills oil crude from the Yates Oilfield in West Texas’s Permian Basin, near Iraan, Texas, U.S., March 17, 2023. Gasoline stocks (USOILG=ECI) rose by about 160,000 barrels in the week to 223.5 million barrels, the EIA said, compared with expectations for a 900,000-barrel drop. "It will reverse the gasoline crack," Yawger said, referring to the profit oil refiners can make producing gasoline from crude. U.S. crude futures last traded at just over $83 per barrel, while Brent crude futures was around $87.50 a barrel. Crude stocks at the Cushing, Oklahoma, delivery hub (USOICC=ECI) rose by 213,000 barrels in the last week, EIA said.
Persons: Bing Guan, Bob Yawger, Yawger, Stephanie Kelly, Laura Sanicola, Marguerita Choy Organizations: REUTERS, Energy Information Administration, EIA, Mizuho, Brent, Cushing, Net, Thomson Locations: West, Iraan , Texas, U.S, Oklahoma
WASHINGTON, Oct 25 (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden said on Wednesday the Israel-Gaza crisis should have "a path to peace" including independent states for the Israelis and Palestinians and integrating Israel among its Arab neighbors. "Israelis and Palestinians equally deserve to live side by side in safety, dignity and in peace," said Biden. Biden said he believed one reason Hamas militants attacked southern Israel, killing 1,400 people on Oct. 7, was to prevent normalizing relations between Israel and Saudi Arabia. Biden said he had "no notion" that the Palestinians were telling the truth about how many had been killed. Biden, a self-described "Zionist", has strongly supported Israel following Hamas' Oct. 7 attack while cautioning the country to abide by democratic principles.
Persons: Joe Biden, Biden, Anthony Albanese, They're, Albanese, Leah Millis, Jeff Mason, Trevor Hunnicutt, Steve Holland, Susan Heavey, Tom Hogue, Heather Timmons, Josie Kao Organizations: Australian, Reuters, West Bank, AUSTRALIA, Albanese, White, REUTERS, U.S, Russia's, Pacific, Thomson Locations: Israel, Gaza, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Washington , U.S, Sydney, Washington, PHILIPPINES, China, Philippines, United States, U.S, Beijing, American, Taiwan, South China, Canberra, Japan
A recent rally in Seoul carried the sound of a rock festival — high-amp speakers throbbing with the K-pop hit “Gangnam Style” — if not the look of one. The crowd of mostly elderly people waved South Korean and American flags to the song’s revised refrain: “Anti-communist style!” When speaker after speaker revved up the crowd with pro-American, anti-communist chants, the crowd shouted, “Hooray for President Yoon Suk Yeol!”​Days later, when thousands of mostly younger protesters marched through the same city center, they ​shook handheld signs and chanted, “Out with Yoon Suk Yeol!”Park Yeol, a regular at such rallies, showed up as an inflatable caricature of the South Korean leader. Fellow protesters took selfies while putting him in a headlock. “​Some people try to punch me,” said Mr. Park, 50. “But that’s the point: I want to demonstrate how mad people are at Yoon.”
Persons: revved, Yoon Suk, , , Yoon Organizations: South Locations: Seoul
Rhiannon Hoyle — Reporter at The Wall Street Journal
  + stars: | 2023-10-16 | by ( Rhiannon Hoyle | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: 1 min
Rhiannon Hoyle​Rhiannon Hoyle ​is a reporter for the The Wall Street Journal in Australia​, where she mostly writes about mining and commodities. ​Her stories explore the way mining affects industry, communities and the environment, and how investment decisions by mining executives can ripple through global markets.​​She also writes about broader economic and ​geopolitical issues​ affecting the region​, including trade, diplomatic relations and defense. ​Rhiannon joined the Journal's Australia bureau in 2012 following a two-year stint in its London office, where her reporting focused on the global metals trade. She was previously chief reporter at a construction-industry magazine, also in London. Rhiannon started her journalism career at the Advertiser in Adelaide, Australia.
Persons: Rhiannon Hoyle, Rhiannon Hoyle ​, ​ Rhiannon, Rhiannon Organizations: Street, Australia ​, Journal's Locations: Australia, Journal's Australia, London, Adelaide
Blinken said after lengthy talks with Netanyahu that Biden will reaffirm solidarity with Israel, which has widely been expected to launch a ground assault in Gaza. Earlier, Iran's foreign minister said Israel would not be allowed to act in Gaza without consequences, warning of "preemptive action" in the coming hours. ... All options are open and we cannot be indifferent to the war crimes committed against the people of Gaza." Iran refers to regional countries and forces opposed to Israel and the United States as a "resistance front." Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi said on Monday that while Tehran supported the Palestinian cause, the resistance front against Israel made its own independent decisions.
Persons: Khan Younis, Mohammed Salem, Biden, Joe Biden, Benjamin Netanyahu, Antony Blinken, Blinken, Netanyahu, , Israel, Hossein Amirabdollahian, Amirabdollahian, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Ebrahim Raisi, Nidal al, Bassam Massoud, Nuha Sharaf, Ari Rabinovitch, Dan Williams, Henriette Chacar, Dedi, Maayan Lubell, Emily Rose, James Mackenzie, John Davison, Parisa, Humeyra Pamuk, Hatem Maher, Ahmed Tolba, Omar Abdel, Trevor Hunnicutt, Nandita Bose, Rami Ayyub, Katharine Jackson, Michelle Nichols, David Brunnstrom, Howard Goller, Cynthia Osterman Organizations: REUTERS, Hamas U.S, Israel, Wednesday, Israeli, Iranian, Zionist, United Nations, Thomson Locations: Gaza, Israel, GAZA, JERUSALEM, WASHINGTON, Tel Aviv, U.S, Iran, United States, Lebanon, Tehran, Jerusalem, Dubai, Razek, Cairo, Washington
Entrepreneurs who left the corporate world to start businesses told Insider how they made the leap. They shared the financial steps they took, such as paying down debt and building an emergency fund. Ludomir Wanot, who quit a six-figure job at Amazon to build a real-estate-wholesaling business, took stock of his personal finances as he was preparing to leave corporate America. Steph Gordon and Den Mathu, a couple in Toronto, also considered their personal finances before quitting their corporate jobs to create online content full-time. You want to allow yourself as long a runway as possible to survive as an entrepreneur because, inevitably, you're going to make mistakes (and maybe costly ones).
Persons: , Phil Thompson, Ludomir Wanot, Ludomir, Wanot, Steph Gordon, Den Mathu, Gordon, Mathu, Mike Gardon, Katie McCarron, Maggie, McCarron, It's, Katie Lauffenburger, Thompson, Tyler Wright, she'd, Wright Organizations: Entrepreneurs, Service, Amazon, Evergreen Housing, Portland Pet Food, Academic, Wonder Locations: Toronto, Portland, America, Chicago
[1/3] Tokyo Tower is seen from the 52nd floor of 'Azabudai Hills Mori JP Tower', developed by Mori Building Co., during press preview of the complex in Tokyo, Japan, in this photo taken by Kyodo on August 8, 2023. "Housing prices and rents have risen a lot compared to the past, but in the end, salaries haven't gone up that much." After weathering decades of deflation and stagnant growth, Japan is seeing an investment boom that has made apartments in central Tokyo unaffordable for young Japanese professionals. For locals, the surge in prices has made Tokyo the second most unaffordable city worldwide, only behind Hong Kong, according to a UBS global real estate report. Average condo prices in central Tokyo were bumped up in the past year by a large supply of high-end residences hitting the market.
Persons: Kawamata, she'd, I'm, haven't, Cushman, Mari Kumagai, Kumagai, Wang Mao San, Wang, Mari Mochizuki, who's, Mariko Katsumura, Rocky Swift, Sonali Paul Organizations: Mori, Kyodo, REUTERS Acquire, Rights, Real Estate Economic, UBS, Reuters, Cushman & Wakefield, Wakefield, Shingi, fusaya Realty Inc, Super, Japan Real Estate Institute, Thomson Locations: Tokyo, Japan, Hong Kong, London, Singapore, New York, China, Asia, Asia Pacific, Australia, Taiwan, Taiwanese, Osaka, Tokyo's
Norway's military did something that's never been done before and landed a F-35A on a highway for the first time. Not only for the Norwegian Air Force, but also for the Nordic countries, and for NATO. Norwegian F-35A taking off from a highway in Finland for the first time. Norwegian F-35A taking off from a highway in Finland for the first time. The F-35A is used by the Air Force while the F-35C is employed by the Navy and Marine Corps aboard carriers.
Persons: that's, Finland —, , Rolf Folland, Folland, Eivind Byre, Eirik Kristoffersen, Ole Andreas Vekve, it's, Lockheed Martin, Tony Bauernfeind Organizations: Service, Norwegian Armed Forces, Norwegian Air Force, Nordic, NATO, Royal Norwegian Air Force, US Air Force, Air Force, Lockheed, Marine Corps, Marines, Pacific, Navy, Air Force Special Operations Command Locations: Wall, Silicon, Norway, Finland, NATO, Finnish, Nordic, Michigan, Wyoming, Texas, Norwegian, Southern California, Russia, China
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