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Yemen’s Houthi rebels have claimed responsibility for an alleged attack on a “British oil tanker” in the Gulf of Aden using naval missiles. The vessel in question, the Marlin Luanda, is registered in the Marshall Islands and is owned by a Bermuda-based firm. However, shipping records contradict the Houthi rebels’ claim about the nationality of the ship. According to Trafigura, the commodities supply firm that chartered the ship, they are in contact with the crew and are dispatching firefighting equipment to control the blaze. The UK Maritime Trade Operations, a Royal Navy initiative, is also responding to the incident. It…

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Title: Potential Risks for NASA Astronauts Revealed in New Lunar Study Guam News Factor – In a groundbreaking scientific study, it has been discovered that setting up a base near the lunar south pole could carry significant risks for NASA astronauts. The study warns of regolith landslides and moonquakes that pose potential dangers to future lunar missions. One of the key findings of this study is that the moon’s shrinking circumference, caused by heat loss from its interior, has resulted in the surface of the moon becoming increasingly wrinkled and fractured. This brittleness and fracturing have led to the appearance…

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Title: Indian Republic Day Parade Celebrates 75th Anniversary with French President Macron as Chief Guest Thousands of people flocked to India’s capital, New Delhi, yesterday to witness the grand spectacle of the Republic Day parade, marking the country’s 75th anniversary. Holding the position of honor, France’s President Emmanuel Macron graced the occasion as the chief guest, further emphasizing the strong bilateral ties between India and France. Adding charm to the event, Indian President Draupadi Murmu donned her official role and escorted Macron in a ceremonial British-era horse-drawn carriage. This tradition, once forgotten, was revived after four decades, rekindling nostalgia and…

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Title: Chinese Scientists Conduct Experiments on Lethal Mutant COVID-19 Strain in “Humanized” Mice, Raising Concerns Date: [Insert Date] Guam News Factor In a concerning development, Chinese scientists have been conducting experiments on a deadly mutant strain of COVID-19, known as GX_P2V, which has been found to be 100% lethal to “humanized” mice. The virus specifically targets the brains of these mice, which share a genetic makeup similar to that of humans, raising worries about the potential spillover into the human population. The GX_P2V variant is a mutated form of the coronavirus GX/2017, which was originally discovered in Malaysian pangolins back…

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Title: Astrobotic’s Lunar Lander “Peregrine” Meets Fiery End After Failed Moonshot In a disappointing turn of events, Astrobotic Technology’s lunar lander, aptly named Peregrine, is expected to meet its fate by burning up in Earth’s atmosphere following a failed moonshot. The ambitious mission suffered a setback after the lander developed a fuel leak shortly after its launch from Cape Canaveral. According to Astrobotic, a stuck valve caused the rupture of a fuel tank, forcing the company to make the difficult decision to abandon their lunar landing aspirations. Recognizing the potential dangers to satellites and future spacecraft, Astrobotic has turned to…

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Title: 29th Annual Critics Choice Awards to Honor Achievements in Film and TV Tonight Date: [Date] Byline: [Author Name] [Guam News Factor Logo] SANTA MONICA, CA – The highly anticipated 29th annual Critics Choice Awards will be held tonight, celebrating the outstanding achievements in the world of film and television. This esteemed awards ceremony, voted on by print, broadcast, and digital journalists who cover entertainment, promises to be a star-studded event, hosted by the talented Chelsea Handler for the second consecutive year. The awards will take place at the Barker Hangar, located at the Santa Monica Airport. This venue change…

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Flu Hospitalizations Decline as Respiratory Virus Activity Remains Elevated in the US In a welcome turn of events, flu hospitalizations have declined for the first time in several weeks, providing a glimmer of hope in the battle against respiratory illnesses. However, the overall respiratory virus activity continues to remain high across the United States. According to recent reports, high or very high levels of respiratory illness activity are still prevalent in 35 states, New York City, and the District of Columbia. Although this number is slightly lower than the previous week’s tally of 38 affected regions, it is crucial to…

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Title: Detroit Lions Fans Display Mixed Confidence ahead of Playoff Match against Rams In a recent SB Nation Reacts survey conducted among Detroit Lions fans, their level of confidence in the team’s trajectory and predictions for the upcoming Lions vs. Rams playoff game were measured. The survey, which sought to gauge the pulse of the fanbase, uncovered a slight decrease in confidence compared to previous weeks, despite the Lions’ recent win against the Vikings. Although reasons for this dip in fan confidence remain unclear, one plausible factor could be the formidable challenge that lies ahead for the Lions – facing…

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South Korean Artists Demand Investigation into Actor’s Death Leading artists from South Korea, including renowned filmmaker Bong Joon-ho, held a press conference in Seoul to demand a thorough investigation into the death of actor Lee Sun-kyun. Lee, who rose to fame through Bong’s internationally acclaimed film “Parasite,” tragically died in an apparent suicide while under investigation for alleged drug use. The recently formed Korean Association of Solidarity of Cultural Artists spearheaded the call for an investigation, particularly focusing on the behavior of the police during Lee’s probe and the subsequent media coverage surrounding the actor’s death, which included the publication…

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Title: Hypergiant Star RW Cephei Brightens After Period of Dimming Date: [Insert Date] Byline: [Author Name], ‘Guam News Factor’ RW Cephei, a hypergiant star located in the constellation Cepheus, has recently caught the attention of astronomers as it begins to brighten following a period of dramatic dimming. This colossal star, located about 16,000 light-years away from Earth, was recorded at its faintest in December 2022 and has been re-brightening since July 2023. Researchers believe that the temporary dimming of RW Cephei can be attributed to a gas cloud expelled by the star itself. As this gas cloud moved away and…

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