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I want to know why they have used two verbs in this sentence I think that the usage of a conjunction is missing.

A night-long raid at an ice factory in Rajabazar starting late on Wednesday yielded as much as 20 tonnes of carcass meat, packed and ready to be sold.

Can this be possible?

A night long raid at an ice factory in Rajabazar starting late on Wednesday WHICH yielded...

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starting late on Wednesday is a subordinate clause headed by the present participle. starting is not a tensed (finite) verb. The tensed verb in that sentence is yielded.

The outdoor concert, featuring the Irish rock band U2, was cancelled because of inclement weather.

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