How was there an ice flood in a Saudi Arabia desert?

How was there an ice flood in a Saudi Arabia desert?
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An Indonesian submarine with 53 crew on board is missing and could soon run out of oxygen

Here is where authorities are searching for the missing submarine
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On Wednesday, 3:00am local time, a German-made KRI Nanggala-402 was participating in training exercises. After asking for permission to “dive” and firing off two torpedoes (one with real ammunition and the other just a practice warhead) and then officials lost contact. 

Since then, the Indonesian Navy has been frantically searching for the submarine and the crew of 53 who are on board with little luck. And now officials have announced that time could be running out. 

The submarine only has enough oxygen on board for the crew to survive approximately 72 hours. The submarine was last known to be in the Bali Strait, a stretch of water in between the islands of Java and Bali, connecting the Indian Ocean and the Bali Sea.

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Stock futures hold steady after rising yesterday, snapping two-day losing streak

U.S. stock index futures remained steady in early morning trading after snapping its two-day losing streak yesterday.

The Dow and S&P 500 are less than 1% away from reclaiming their record highs, reached last Friday, amid ongoing optimism over the pace of the economic recovery.

“Stocks continue to fire on almost ‘all cylinders’ and remain in a strong position as the bull expands across the cyclical, secular, and increasingly the defensive [sector] with an economy on the offensive,” noted strategists at Evercore ISI.

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How was there an ice flood in a Saudi Arabia desert?

It’s not everyday that you hear about a flood in the desert. It’s even more rare to hear about ice in the desert. Now add the two together and that’s what was found in a Saudi Arabia desert recently. 

After a rash of storms in the area, a desert in Saudi Arabia was faced with flash floods. The rapid moving water was spotted in the Ha’il Province in Northern Saudi Arabia. As if a sudden rush of water in a desert wasn’t already surprising enough, there appeared to be ice in the floodwaters that were moving through the area.  

As it turns out, the severe weather spawned a hailstorm that resulted in the ice buildup in the floodwaters. So the icy flood in the Ha’il Province was caused by hail. No, you can’t make this stuff up. 

If an ice flood in a desert seems too weird to be true, it was all caught on camera and you can check it out right here.

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That doesn’t have to be a bad thing, but if you’re a beginner, there’s a lot you need to know first. Basic stock fundamentals will help you gain a competitive advantage and protect yourself against market volatility.

If you time the market and buy the right stocks, you can make a lot of money in gains and dividends. But it’s not as simple as looking at prices and buying shares—there’s a lot to take into account. Here’s everything you should know before your big stock market adventure.

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