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Great white shark between a cage and a boat
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 The Daily Telegraph 
Great white shark attacks and destroys a camera rig
A large great white shark destroys a camera by biting it, now the expensive equipment is on the bottom of the ocean off the coast of New Zealand 12:12PM BST 19 Jun 2014 Diver Andy Casagrande IV was... (photo: Creative Commons / Mbz1)
 Coral - Reefs - Marine / aaeh
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 BBC News 
Expansion of US marine protected zone could double world reserves
The US plans to create the world's biggest marine protected area (MPA) in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. The White House will extend an existing protected area, known as the Pacific Remote... (photo: United States Federal Government)
U.S. President Barack Obama waves before boarding Air Force One during his departure at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila, Philippines Tuesday, April 29, 2014. The Philippines is the last leg of Obama's four-nation Asia tour. Escorting Obama is Philippines Air Force chief Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Delgado, second right.  Canberra Times 
Obama announces marine sanctuary in Pacific Ocean
Protecting the Pacific: President Barack Obama to declare a new marine sanctuary. Photo: AP Washington: In an effort to protect diverse habitats of coral reefs, whales, dolphins, sharks, sea turtles... (photo: AP / Aaron Favila)
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Family members of passengers aboard the sunken ferry Sewol struggle with a security officer, right, while attempting to attend a pretrial hearing of the ferry's crew members at Gwangju District Court in Gwangju, South Korea, Tuesday, June 10, 2014.  Orange News 
South Korea: Crew Of Sunken Ferry Go On Trial
10 June 2014, 13:54 South Korea: Crew Of Sunken Ferry Go On Trial Tweet Fifteen ferry workers have gone on trial in South Korea, charged over the deaths of more than 300 people in April's ferry... (photo: AP / Ahn Young-joon. Pool)
Maritime Disaster   Photos   S. Korea Ferry Sinking   Sewol Accident   Wikipedia: Sinking of the MV Sewol
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People work in the PayPal office on Wednesday March 17, 2010 at the international headquarters in Singapore. The Independent
 PayPal president Marcus jumps ship to Facebook
Facebook announced late on Monday it had recruited PayPal president David Marcus to head up its mobile messaging business. “David is a widely respected leader in the... (photo: AP / Wong Maye-E)
David Marcus   Facebook   PayPal   Photos   Wikipedia: PayPal
G7 expresses concern over Asian maritime tensions The Hindu
G7 expresses concern over Asian maritime tensions
Leaders of the Group of Seven industrialised nations have said that they are deeply concerned by tensions in the East and South China Sea. The G7 leaders meeting in... (photo: US Navy)
Photos   Wikipedia: Maritime Southeast Asia   G7 Summit   Senkaku Islands   South China Sea Dispute
File - U.S. Navy contractors lower the U.S. Navy's Bluefin-21 into the Indian Ocean from the deck of the Australian Defence Vessel Ocean Shield, 26 April, 2014. The submersible is being utilized to search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH 370. BBC News
Malaysia missing plane: Acoustic pings 'not likely' from jet
Underwater pings that were believed to be connected to the missing Malaysian Airlines plane were probably not coming from the jet, a US official has said. Michael Dean,... (photo: US Navy / MCS1 Peter D. Blair)
Air Disaster   Flight MH370   Malaysia Airlines   Photos   Wikipedia: Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
French far-right leader of the National Front Party, Marine Le Pen arrives at a polling station to vote in the European elections, Sunday, May 25, 2014, in Henin-Beaumont, northern France. The National Front, which also wants to unravel the European Union and withdraw France from the euro currency, hopes to win up to 20 of France's 74 European Parliament seats in their Sunday vote. It currently holds just two seats, but polls show it running neck-and-neck with the conservative UMP party and well ahead of the governing Socialists. Sydney Morning Herald
France anti-immigrant National Front rockets to first place in EU vote, estimates show
Paris: France's anti-euro, anti-immigration National Front placed first in the vote for the European Parliament, exit polls show, marking the first time ever it has... (photo: AP / Jacques Brinon)
Election   France   Marine Le Pen   Photos   Wikipedia: Marine Le Pen
A South Korean owner who runs a factory in the stalled South Korea and North Korea's joint Kaesong Industrial Complex, stands just outside of military barricades set up on Unification Bridge near the border village of Panmunjom, which has separated the two Koreas since the Korean War, in Paju, north of Seoul, South Korea, Thursday, May 30, 2013. LA Daily News
North and South Korea exchange fire near disputed sea boundary
SEOUL, South KoreaNorth and South Korean warships exchanged artillery fire Thursday in disputed waters off the western coast, South Korean military officials... (photo: AP / Lee Jin-man)
Maritime Boundary   Photos   South Korea   Warships   Wikipedia: North Korea and weapons of mass destruction
People watch a live television program showing South Korean President Park Geun-hye's speech to the nation regarding the sunken ferry Sewol at the Seoul Train Station in Seoul, South Korea, Monday, May 19, 2014. The Washington Times
South Korea to disband coast guard in wake of ferry disaster
10 PhotosTop 10 U.S. fighter jets Facebook Follow @washtimes Should the NBA be allowed to force Donald Sterling to sell the Clippers? View results SEOUL, South Korea... (photo: AP / Lee Jin-man)
Photos   Maritime Disaster   S. Korea Ferry Sinking   Sewol Accident   Wikipedia: Sinking of the MV Sewol
Octopus The Guardian
Why an octopus's suckers don't stick its arms together
By deactivating its suckers, a chemical in octopus skin stops the animal's limbs getting in a twist Link to video: How does an octopus avoid tying itself in knots? The... (photo: Creative Commons)
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