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A cruise ship with 206 people onboard has run aground in Greenland

  • A cruise ship carrying 206 people has run aground in northwestern Greenland, leaving the passengers and crew stranded until help arrives on Friday at the earliest.
  • The Danish military is sending a navy ship to rescue the stranded cruise ship, but it is over 1,000 miles away and won't reach the location until Friday. In the meantime, authorities have asked another cruise ship in the area to stay nearby in case the situation changes.
  • Despite being stranded, everyone aboard the ship is reported to be safe and in good spirits. There is currently no immediate danger to human life or the environment.
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