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Want to see a reused Falcon 9 rocket booster from SpaceX? You'll be able to this summer in Houston

A space shuttle replica held aloft by the original plane used to transport these vehicles across the country, oft times blots out the sun as you drive through Space Center Houston’s parking lot. It’s the first thing you see upon entering the complex a mammoth piece of history welcoming you into the....

Government to start dialogue in Cameroon's restive ...

Protesters wave Ambazonian flags as they move forward towards barricades and police amid tear gas in the English-speaking city of Bamenda, Cameroon, on October 1 2017. Image: Reuters. Cameroon's prime minister Joseph Dion Ngute arrived Thursday in Bamenda, capital of the restive anglophone....

TIMES SELECT TODAY | What election really tells us about SA | Sue de Groot, Tom Eaton & Darrel Bristow-Bovey

The electoral commission (IEC) said it expected South Africans to be honest at the voting stations, as 19 cases of ‘duplicate voting’ in KZN are being investigated by the police. IEC's deputy chief executive officer Mawethu Mosery said the commission did not expect South Africans to resort to criminal activities on election day.

Economies, Vol. 7, Pages 35: Gender and Comparative Advantage: Feminist–Heterodox Theorizing about Globalization

Abstract Heterodox feminist scholars have argued that global trade patterns reflect patterns of competitive advantagerather than comparative advantageand that that competitive advantage is gendered. Further, they have suggested that we need more theoretical and empirical scholarship in this area.

Candida auris superfungus should be deemed a public health emergency, Sen. Schumer says

Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer urges the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to declare the spread of Candida auris an emergency. Photo Credit: Charles Eckert. Sen. Chuck Schumer urged the federal government to declare a public health emergency as a deadly, multidrug-resistant....

CARTOON: Malema and the media

Taxation of big tech is a headache worldwide, but emphasising targeted advertising may be the way to go, writes Leonid Bershidsky. Media freedom in SA is regarded as guaranteed but fragile and the country's position in an international ranking has slipped.

3 Hacks You Can Use to Pay an Unexpected Tax Bill

That was my experience a couple of years back. While I wasn't expecting a refund per se, and I knew that I'd probably end up owing some money on my taxes, I was shocked when I realized just how many thousands of dollars I was on the hook for. Thankfully, I managed to pay off my bill in full, because....

Good News For People Worried About Retirement

But if you adjust your retirement lifestyle to fit your savings, you may feel more financially stable even if your savings aren't quite where you expected them to be. Retirement may also prove to be a good opportunity to scale back and live within your means.

Pompeo To Tell Lavrov 'Russians Must Get Out' Of Venezuela

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo pressed for Russia to “get out” of Venezuela, while his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, called on Washington to "abandon its irresponsible plans" in the Latin American country. Pompeo and Lavrov spoke on May 5, ahead of their expected meeting in Finland this....

AMEC Association of Mining and Exploration Compa : President passes the torch

3 May 2019. After ten years in the role, AMEC's well known and widely respected President, Mr Will Robinson, has stepped down from the role, passing the torch to newly elected President, Mr Peter Bradford. Over this period, Mr Robinson has led the Association through some extremely challenging....

Westpac’s ‘disappointing’ profit slide

The major lender said it had put aside $617 million to cover customer refunds and other costs related to the fallout of the widespread inquiry into the sector. The company’s profit for the six months to March 31 was down to $3.296 billion. The royal commission also pressured the major lenders to....

Tales from the Coffeeshop: Delayed resignations and all-round nastiness

RESIGNATION by public demand premiered last week, with Justice Minister Ionas Nicoalou grudgingly stepping down in order to silence the crowd demanding his head over the police failure to adequately investigate reports of missing women. Ionas resigned “for reasons of political ethics alone,” making....

Fact-checking Doug Ford: We analyze his claims on class sizes, math and student protests

Ontario’s provincial government is shaking up the province’s schools with a whirlwind of changes. Larger classes. Back to basics math. Mandatory online courses in high school. More emphasis on STEM and skilled trades. A ban on cellphones. Over the last few weeks, Premier Doug Ford has turned to some....

Libya coast guard detains 113 migrants during lull in fighting

SULAIMANI The Libyan coast guard has stopped 113 migrants trying to reach Italy over the past two days, the United Nations said on Wednesday (May 1), as boat departures resume following a lull in fighting between rival forces in Libya. The western Libyan coast is a major departure point for mainly....

A Supplier Was Delivering Faulty Material to NASA For 20 Years And Falsifying Their Reports

After a lengthy investigation, NASA has finally pinned down the reason two science missions failed to launch. A supplier had been sending faulty aluminium for rocket parts - after fraudulently altering test results and falsifying certifications. The supplier was Sapa Profiles, Inc.

Now for the $55 million question: what does Clive Palmer actually want?

As head of the United Australia Party, Clive Palmer is no classic right-winger nor crotchety conservative. He is no angel either. He is often wrongly lumped in with Pauline Hanson and One Nation, and maybe even with the more recent retreads like Fraser Anning and Cory Bernardi. But he is not like them.

President Jeenbekov promised to China rights of Chinese companies, citizens will be protected – Ambassador

. AKIPRESS.COM - President of Kyrgyzstan Sooronbai Jeenbekov promised to China that rights of Chinese companies and citizens will be protected, Ambassador of China to Kyrgyzstan Du Dewen told media representatives today. When asked about anti-China sentiment, the Ambassador said this issue was discussed at the meeting of two leaders in Beijing.

Gavin Williamson, Huawei and 5G: All you need to know

Why was Mr Williamson sacked? Last week the Daily Telegraph reported that Theresa May had given the green light for Huawei, the Chinese telecoms giant, to help build Britain’s 5G network. The decision had reportedly been made by the National Security Council (NSC), a group of intelligence chiefs and senior ministers chaired by the Prime Minister.

London Underground workers to strike over FA Cup Final weekend

London Underground maintenance and engineering workers are to stage a three-day strike over the weekend of the FA Cup Final later this month in a row over safety. The Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union said more than 1,000 of its members will walk out from 7am on May 17.

Climate challenge for Iraq as welcome rain revives rivers and lakes

The wettest winter in a generation has revived Iraq’s famous rivers and filled its lakes, bringing welcome relief to a country facing severe water challenges in the era of climate change. After years of meagre rain and scorching summers, the water has restored freshwater marshes of southern Iraq a....

Lloyds sees bottom-line profits hit by charges

Lloyds Banking Group has revealed charges held back growth in first-quarter bottom-line profits as it warned ongoing Brexit uncertainty could take a further toll on the UK economy. The high street banking giant reported flat statutory pre-tax profits at 1.

Parolee accused of battering family, fleeing

A Greenwood man who was recently released from prison was arrested on eight charges early Wednesday morning after he beat two relatives, nearly ran over a sheriff’s deputy with a stolen car and fled police more than once. Jimmy Smith, 25, 15 Beech Court, was arrested on two felony domestic battery....

Holocaust Remembrance Day Rabbi Lau: Anti-Semitism is fought with Jewish education

. Former chief rabbi: 'We are a nation with character and heroism, and we have to appreciate what we are and where we are.

Rabbi Lau: Anti-Semitism is fought with Jewish education

Arutz Sheva spoke with former Chief Rabbi of Israel Yisrael Meir Lau on the occasion of Holocaust Remembrance Day. Rabbi Lau survived the Holocaust as a child and later became a symbol of miraculous survival in the face of the crimes committed by the Nazis.

UN concerns over food insecurity in Somalia

Actress Emma Rigby watches as Dima Konchoro receives her oil ration during a food distribution excercise in Bubisa, Marsabit, on 22nd June 2017 that was organised by CAFOD's partner Caritas Marsabit. Each family received rations of rice, beans cooking oil and sugar. And in Somalia, 1.

Australia: Labor: Protecting Local Workers package: Promoting local employment or unduly stifling temporary work visas? - Hammond Taylor

Overview of proposals. Temporary Skilled Migration Income Threshold. At the forefront of Labor's proposal is a significant increase to the Temporary Skilled Migration Income Threshold (TSMIT). The TSMIT prescribes the minimum wage that employers can pay 482 visa holders, currently fixed at $53,900.

Lloyds on track despite Brexit uncertainty

Britain’s biggest mortgage lender Lloyds Banking Group​ ​has ​warned Brexit uncertainty could take a further toll on the UK economy​ as it reported​ flat first​ ​quarter pre-tax profits ​of​ £1.6​bn. The bank, which owns the Halifax, also revealed a further £100​m charge for the payment protection insurance (PPI) scandal.

Diabetes Insulin Delivery Pens - Global Industry Size, Share, Trends, Analysis and Forecast 2019 – 2025

New Study On “2018-2025 Diabetes Insulin Delivery Pens Market Global Key Player, Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Forecast” Added to Wise Guy Reports Database. Diabetes Insulin Delivery Pen market will surpass US$ 14.4 Billion by 2025. Market growth can be attributed to factors such as....

Virtual Reality - Global Industry Size, Share, Trends, Analysis and Forecast 2019 – 2023

New Study on “2018-2023 Virtual Reality Market Global Key Player, Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Forecast” added to Wise Guy Reports Database. PUNE , MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, May 2, 2019 / New Study on “2018-2023 Virtual Reality Market Global Key Player, Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Forecast” added to Wise Guy Reports Database....

So-Young Announces Pricing of Initial Public Offering

BEIJING, May 02, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- So-Young International Inc. (NASDAQ: SY) (“So-Young” or the “Company”), the most popular online destination for discovering, evaluating and reserving medical aesthetic services in China, today announced that it has priced its initial public offering of....

Publication of Teleste's interim report Q1 2019 - Invitation to press briefing on May 9th

TELESTE CORPORATION INVESTOR NEWS 2.5.2019 AT 10:00 EET PUBLICATION OF TELESTE'S INTERIM REPORT Q1 2019 - INVITATION TO PRESS BRIEFING ON MAY 9TH. INVITATION TO PRESS BRIEFING Teleste will publish its interim report 1 January – 31 March 2019 as a stock exchange release on May 9th 2019 approx. at 08:30 a.
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