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Obama says humans to land on Mars by 2030s

It has been decades since the United States sent astronauts to the moon in 1969.
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News.Az congratulates its readers on the World Azerbaijanis' Solidarity Day and the New Year.
The secret court order issued to Yahoo that allowed the US government to obtain user data was presented as a national security issue. This means that the nature of the court order will
The money is spent ineffectively and is not aimed at those groups at-risk.
The new legislation is aimed against the far-right extremists, who want to extend their activities.
The insurer may need €51 million to cover health treatment.
The US-led coalition is moving into the practical phase of an attack on de-facto ISIS capital Raqqa in Syria, which is likely to begin before the battle for Mosul is won, according to t
Savers with the Gibraltar branch of Newcastle Building Society have helped to raise more than 21,000 for Cancer Relief Gibraltar. As part of its commitment to supporting the communities in which it op
The country has already sent over 300 police officers to protect the EU’s external borders over the past year.
Her Majesty's Government of Gibraltar notes ill-informed media comment in Spain suggesting that Gibraltar has somehow been excluded from the meeting being held in London today be
The councillors are set to discuss the potential limits later this year.
The Atlantic Council's Digital Forensic Research Lab (DFRLab) has concluded that emails reportedly linked to the Kremlin's "grey cardinal" Vladislav Surkov, which were "dumped&q
Cabinet meetings will be held at the Officers Mess at GDF Headquarters at Camp Ayanganna until repairs are done to the Ministry of the Presidency.
The US Air Force recently took down a weaponized Islamic State drone using an electronic weapon, according to Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James. UAVs stuffed with explosives are a n
Politicians, campaign staffers and journalists are not the only ones stressed out by the election season. The majority of Americans – whether they support Clinton, Trump or someone else
Donald Trump vowed Tuesday to overturn President Barack Obama’s signature health insurance program after the government announced Americans will see costs jump an average of 25 percent next year
US President Barack Obama should be investigated because he "knew all about" Hillary Clinton’s email arrangements, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said. Read Full Article
Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan received on Tuesday OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs – Igor Popov of Russia, James Warlick of the USA and Pierre Andrieu of France, as well as Ambassador Andrzej Kasprzyk,
As Norway prepares to allow foreign troops on its soil for the first time since World War II, NATO will also meet in Brussels on Wednesday to discuss plans to boost its military presence along the eas
Preshalin Naidoo was travelling at 166 kilometres per hour when the accident that killed Top Billing presenter Simba Mhere and his passenger Kady-Shay O’Bryan occurred.
The eThekwini metro has promised to beef up security after former Apla members disrupted an Exco meeting.
Below is a roundup of major events on Tuesday, 25 October:
Venezuela’s opposition-dominated parliament has rule to begin the process of impeachment of President Nicholas Maduro, APA reports quoting Sputnik.
Documentary filmmaker Deia Schlosberg was only doing her job when she was arrested while filming an activist shutting down a tar sands pipeline in North Dakota, she told RT America's ‘N
A Cape Town police official is accused of corruptly requesting money from two suspects for their release from custody.
German ambassador in Baku Michael Kindsgrab has today visited German Lutheran Church in the city of Shamkir. Kindsgrab was provided with detailed information about the church.
Three people including a four-year-old girl were seriously injured when a hot air balloon crashed near the Buffelspoort Dam outside Rustenburg.
Militants entrenched in the eastern part of Aleppo have carried out another artillery attack, injuring at least four civilians in the western part of the city, RT’s Murad Gazdiev report
The state in which Slovenians live today is not a gift, it is a responsibility, it is hard work and striving for development, Prime Minister Miro Cerar stressed at a ceremony marking the 25th annivers
Santo Domingo.- Three senators of Dominican Republic's
The tale of how a 2-year-old boy was abused, had several kettles of boiling water poured over him and was sjambokked across his raw, peeling skin, is unfolding in a Pretoria court.
Details have emerged of the gruesome killing of two alleged house robbers in Erasmia, whose bloodied pictures circulated on Facebook and WhatsApp.
King Goodwill Zwelithini wants a “royal village” to accommodate his guests when they visit his palaces in the northern part of KwaZulu-Natal.
Militants from the Islamist terrorist group al-Shabaab opened fire inside a hotel in north-eastern Kenya after bombing the building to gain access
The young men were demanding withdrawal of U.S. bases from Europe

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