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Exclusive: China loses access to the Australian space tracking station

SYDNEY (Reuters) – China will lose access to a strategic space monitoring station in Western Australia when its contract expires, facility owners said, a decision that affects the expansion of space capabilities. navigation and space exploration from Beijing to the Pacific region. FILE PHOTO: Australian flag waves in front of the Great Hall of the People during a welcoming ceremony …

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“Who is our enemy?” Neutral Switzerland votes fighter jets

ZURICH (Reuters) – Switzerland, which last fought a foreign war more than 200 years ago and has no noticeable enemies, wants to spend billions on new fighter jets. Many oppose the idea, saying the neutral country cannot afford or need cutting-edge warplanes to defend Alpine territory that a supersonic plane can cross in ten minutes. They say Ireland, Malta and …

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Australia’s coronavirus blocking strategy worked. Could this be a model for the US?

But Andrews, a Labor Party politician who has run Australia’s second-largest state since 2014, has remained popular with Victorians throughout the closure, according to local polls. And this week his tough approach was thoroughly vindicated. On Sunday, Victoria registered only 11 new cases of coronavirus, below more than 670 at the height of the most recent outbreak last month. Next …

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Climate Week: Prince Charles calls for “swift” action against climate change

Media playback is not supported on your device Little photoPrince Charles says millions are desperate for more action instead of words The Prince of Wales has warned that the climate crisis will “diminish” the impact of the coronavirus. In a recorded message, which will be played on Monday at the virtual inauguration of Climate Week, Prince Charles said “rapid and …

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Exclusive: China loses access to the Australian space tracking station

SYDNEY (Reuters) – China will lose access to a strategic space monitoring station in Western Australia when its contract expires, facility owners said, a decision that affects the expansion of space capabilities. navigation and space exploration from Beijing to the Pacific region. FILE PHOTO: Australian flag waves in front of the Great Hall of the People during a welcoming ceremony …

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Falling tourism in Dublin causes damage to Airbnb in rental markets

The modern one-bedroom Dublin apartment offers an open-plan living room, a sun-drenched balcony, solar panels, ample storage space and parking for two cars. The location was ideal, as was the price: about $ 1,800 a month, $ 300 less than the previous tenant had paid. In a city where lines to see rental properties have been regularly traced around the …

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National ‘mini’ blockade considered by the rulers

On September 20, 2020, a waitress wearing a protective face brings drinks to customers with the late summer sun at tables outside Soho, central London DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS | AFP | Getty Images LONDON – The UK could go for a second shorter “mini” blockade for two weeks to counter the resurgence of coronavirus cases, with other measures such as a …

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