Monthly Archives: May 2015

$1.8 billion disappears in Russian space program

$1.8 billion disappears in Russian space program

Russia’s space industry is in crisis caused by funding cuts, corruption and “moral decay,” government officials said. Billions of rubles have been lost in shady transactions. Construction projects are languishing. And important launches are failing. In 2014 alone, federal space ...

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Japan to build Port Vila port terminal

Japan to build Port Vila port terminal

A contract has been signed to build Vanuatu’s first multi-purpose port terminal in the capital, Port Vila. Vanuatu’s Minister of Infrastructure and Public Utilities, Esmon Sae, signed the agreement with Japanese construction company TOA Corporation. Our correspondent says once completed, ...

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Is Liberty Global stalking Vodafone?

Is Liberty Global stalking Vodafone?

Shares in British telecoms group Vodafone have surged by roughly 11% in London in the past three days as investors get excited by takeover talk. Media mogul John Malone told Bloomberg earlier this week a tie-up between Vodafone (VOD) and ...

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Cook spearheads major fightback

Cook spearheads major fightback

England have fought back on day four of the first cricket test against New Zealand at Lord’s to leave the match evenly poised heading into the final day. The hosts reached 429 for 6 at stumps in their second innings ...

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Kirwan backing Canes to “go all the way”

Kirwan backing Canes to “go all the way”

The Blues coach Sir John Kirwan believes the Hurricanes can go all the way and claim a maiden Super Rugby title. The Super Rugby leaders showed no signs of letting up their sizzling pace, after inflicting the Blues’ first loss ...

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Nuclear testing victims dubious about commission

Nuclear testing victims dubious about commission

The head of an organisation representing victims of nuclear testing in French Polynesia says a commission set up to assess the aftermath of the testing could just be a charade. It was set up by France’s defence minister, and will ...

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Iraqis launch counterattack against ISIS near Ramadi

Iraqis launch counterattack against ISIS near Ramadi

After days of ISIS fighters advancing east out of Ramadi, an alliance of Iraqi forces opposed to the terror group have launched a counterattack — hoping to push them away from a key Iraqi military base and the country’s capital. ...

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