Egypt hosts training to boost space cooperation among African countries2021-07-26
The Egyptian Space Agency (EgSA) started on Sunday a space technology training course for 17 engineers and specialists from five African countries to boost their cooperation and exchange of expertise in the space field.
Bio-laboratory petition website under cyberattack2021-07-26
A petition website that demands an investigation into the US biological laboratory at Fort Detrick, Maryland, was subject to two cyberattacks from US-based hackers on Saturday, a move its operator said exposed the fear from certain forces in the United States after seeing growing support for an inquiry.
Five cultural sites in Saudi Arabia, Europe inscribed on UNESCO's world heritage list2021-07-25
Five cultural sites in Saudi Arabia and Europe have been inscribed on the world heritage list, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) announced on Saturday.
Delta variant spreading in Europe, but unlikely to rival earlier pandemic waves2021-07-25
As the Delta variant of the coronavirus spreads across Europe, most countries are banking on a combination of new restrictions and faster vaccine rollouts to help slow the spread of the virus.
U.S. inflation draws concerns from investors, experts2021-07-23
Inflation in the United States is reaching decade highs, and drawing concerns from investors and experts as well as ordinary consumers, who believe the country's inflationary pressures are underestimated and the Federal Reserve's inflation management framework should be questioned.
UK reports another 39,906 coronavirus cases2021-07-23
Britain has reported another 39,906 coronavirus cases in the latest 24-hour period, bringing the total number of coronavirus cases in the country to 5,602,321, according to official figures released Thursday.
1 killed, 10 injured in explosion in Gaza2021-07-23
At least one Palestinian was killed and 10 others injured on Thursday in a huge explosion in the largest public market in the Gaza Strip.
Torrential rain, deadly floods cause heavy casualties in Western Europe, triger reflection2021-07-22
With at least 194 people killed and hundreds missing, deadly flash floods incurred by heavy rain are continuing to wreak havoc on large swaths of Western Europe.
In first six months in office, Biden faces setbacks, gains2021-07-22
Marking his first six months in office on Tuesday, U.S. President Joe Biden saw a mixed bag of setbacks and gains.
Taliban now control about half of Afghan district centers: U.S. general2021-07-22
Afghan Taliban militants now control about half of the war-torn country's 419 district centers, a top U.S. general said on Wednesday.
Blue Origin completes first human test spaceflight2021-07-21
U.S. aerospace company Blue Origin completed its first test spaceflight with founder Jeff Bezos onboard, marking a giant leap forward for the company's commercial suborbital spaceflight tourism ambitions.
White House sees more breakthrough COVID-19 cases among staff2021-07-21
A fully vaccinated White House official tested positive for COVID-19 but was found to have had no close contacts with White House principals or staff, confirmed White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Tuesday.
Russia unveils new fifth-generation fighter2021-07-21
Russia displayed a prototype of its fifth-generation lightweight single-engine fighter jet "Checkmate" at the International Aviation and Space Salon (MAKS)-2021 that kicked off in a Moscow suburb on Tuesday.
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