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PNN The Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR) condemns Israel's violations against Palestinian fishermen in the Gaza Strip, which continue in spite of the Israeli authorities' announcement of allowing the fishermen to fish up to 6 nautical miles off the Gaza shore.
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.
A New Zealand said it would take the Air Force Hercules seven hours to reach the Sparta which is about 2,000 nautical miles (3,704 kilometres) southeast of New Zealand.
Under international law, states have jurisdiction over the seabed up to 200 nautical miles off their coasts but this can be extended up to 350 nautical miles through application to the UN commission.
ISLAMABAD: The UN has accepted Pakistans claim to extend its maritime exclusive economic zone to 350 nautical miles from 200 nautical miles.
3 nautical miles from Sebasiten Josse on BT, after trailing for more than 200 nautical miles over the past week.
It can carry 100 passengers and fly up to 9,260 nautical miles (17,150 km).
During a single mission, it can travel more than 11,500 nautical miles and scan an area and it provides detailed image-based intelligence on 40,000 square miles, an area bigger than Indiana.