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Israeli navy continued to attack Palestinian fishing boats sailing within the six nautical miles fishing zone designated for Palestinian fishermen in another violation of the Gaza ceasefire agreement reached on August 26.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Israeli authorities informed the fisheries department in the ministry of agriculture in Gaza that fishermen in Gaza would be allowed to fish within a three nautical miles radius only.
The police said the ship was four nautical miles off the territorial waters of Sharjah, and suspected that the vessel was carrying flammable substances.
Airbus head of twin aisle marketing Crawford Hamilton told reporters in Toulouse that the manufacturer is also studying further developments for the A330-200 by offering a range of 6,100 nautical miles by increasing MTOW to 242 tons.
The route between Istanbul and Sydney will be the longest commercial flight across the globe, covering 8,076 nautical miles (14,956 kilometres).
Iker Martinez's crew started their fourth day of comeback more than a knot quicker than their rivals as they rode at the head of a weather front around 150 nautical miles south east of the frontrunners.
15 ( ANI ): Four robots have set a new distance world record, swimming more than 3,200 nautical miles or 5,926 kilometers across the Pacific Ocean.
The 747-8 Freighter offers a range of 4,390 nautical miles and has a maximum structural payload capacity of 154 tons while the twin-engine Boeing 777 Freighter has a range of 4,880 nautical miles and a cargo capacity of 103 metric tons.