Grounded since September, Elon Musk's private spaceflight company is aiming to launch 10 communications satellites into orbit from California on Saturday morning.
Religious ceremonies thought to purge people of evil spirits involve filling carp to the gills with alcohol.
Since November, European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Pesquet has been taking photographs of Earth from the International Space Station, and the results have captivated the world.
Scientists worry that Trump's appointment of anti-vaccine crusader Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. could disrupt research and development of vaccines against Zika, malaria and other infectious diseases.
After World War II, the World Bank was founded to reconstruct Europe and build up the developing world. But has it kept its promises?
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Low oil prices threaten oil sands mines in Canada — a major source of carbon pollution driving climate change.
Zambia is Africa’s second-biggest producer of copper, which is a mainstay of its economy. With prices near six-year lows, mining companies have closed mines and cut thousands of jobs.
Zimbabwean government ordered the suspension of mobile tariff hike after protests from mobile users.
However Judge Hellen Wasilwa said that if the doctors did not call off the strike within two weeks, the officials would “be arrested and taken to jail.