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Obama sets Mars target for NASA
Washington DC: U.S. President Barack Obama on Thursday set the National Aeronautical and Space Administration on a firm trajectory to a Mars landing when he said: “By the mid-2030s, I believe we can send humans to orbit Mars and return ...

Tehran conference to call for elimination of atomic weapons


10 killed in Quetta blast
ISLAMABAD: Ten persons including a television journalist were killed in a suicide bomb attack on a civil hospital in Balochistan's capital Quetta on Friday morning. The blast took place when a large number of people had gathered around the ...

China quake toll rises to 791
YUSHU:The death toll in the 7.1-magnitude quake that hit Yushu in China's southern Qinghai province early on Wednesday rose to at leat 791 on Friday, with 11,486 injured, and 294 missing. Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on Friday told ...

17,000 flights expected to be lost
LONDON: There were no flights to and from Britain for the second consecutive day on Friday as restrictions around British airspace which has been hit by potentially dangerous volcanic ash drifting in from Iceland were further extended until ...

Bakiyev steps down from President post
MOSCOW: Ousted President of Kyrgyzstan Kurmanbek Bakiyev formally stepped down even as the new interim government extended the United States lease of a key airbase in the country for another year. Mr. Bakiyev faxed his hand-written ...

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