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Iran Air Force to hold large-scale drills on Thursday
The Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force (IRIAF) is set to hold large-scale and nationwide drills on Thursday, enlisting as many as five airbases and featuring a variety of military aircraft.
It's not just oceans: Scientists find plastic is also polluting the air
Plastic waste in our oceans is now a well-known issue but new data shows that plastic is adding to air pollution in Indian cities too.
We need urgent research to know what microplastics are doing to us. Here's why
They contaminate the air we breathe, tea we sip, water we drink, and food we eat. They're strewn across the deepest ocean trenches and the highest mountains. They're in fish, insects, whales, corals, and our own poo. They're even showing up in human placentas.
Syrian air defenses thwart Israeli attack on Damascus
Syria’s air defenses neutralized the latest Israeli aggression against the western outskirts of Damascus.
Israeli air attacks cause injuries, damage in Gaza Strip
Israeli warplanes conducted fresh airstrikes against the besieged Gaza Strip, targeting several localities in the impoverished Palestinian enclave and injuring two people and causing damage, Palestinian media reported.
Oil exploration up in the air as prices dive
The coronavirus pandemic that has slammed oil demand and prices is forcing energy majors to tighten their belts on exploration, even if finding new deposits remain essential to their existence.
Child, three, catches in kite strings and is lifted high into air in Taiwan
A three-year-old girl in Taiwan has been caught up in the strings of a kite and lifted high into the air in front of horrified onlookers, before being rescued unharmed.
Research shows air pollution could play role in development of cardiometabolic diseases
Air pollution is the world's leading environmental risk factor, and causes more than nine million deaths per year.
Even small reductions in air pollution help the heart
Long-term exposure to fine particle air pollution is a major risk factor for heart disease and death, but even small reductions in pollution levels can reduce the threat, a new study shows.
As lockdown ends, Manila’s dirty air is back
Air quality in Metro Manila — officially the National Capital Region (NCR) and the seat of government and one of three defined metropolitan areas in the Philippines — is returning to its usual noxious levels as COVID-19 lockdown measures are loosened up. But this backslide into business-as-usual can be preempted if local governments adapt existing measures and transition to cleaner energy technologies, a new report said.
Majority of EU states back suspension of air travel refunds, France says
Germany, Italy and Spain have joined a call by 12 European Union governments for the EU’s executive body to suspend rules forcing crisis-hit airlines to offer full cash refunds for cancelled flights, France said in a statement.
Iran Air suspends flight to Germany after surge in coronavirus cases
Iran flag carrier Homa, known internationally as Iran Air, suspended all flights to Germany where authorities are struggling to curb surging cases of a new coronavirus pandemic.
Air pollution could kill 160,000 in UK in next decade – report
More than 160,000 people could die over the next decade from strokes and heart attacks caused by air pollution in the UK, a charity has warned. That is the equivalent of more than 40 heart and circulatory disease deaths related to air pollution every day.

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