- Iran backs anyone fighting bullying, hegemony: Leader
- Study: 85% of child abuse in UK goes unreported
- Putin: Terrorist accomplices downed Russian jet, Moscow 'stabbed in the back'
- Oman calls for meeting gas market challenges
- Zanganeh upbeat over GECF future, Iran’s bilateral gas ties
- Nigerian president hails GECF stabilizing role in world market
- Azerbaijan: Protecting gas corridors against terrorism necessary
- Bolivia ready to host next GECF summit
- Algeria for long-term gas contracts to curb demand drop
- Turkmen president calls for careful gas production
The US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is determined to end its reliance on Russian technology for space travel, paying billions of dollars to Boeing and SpaceX to come up with an alternative to Russia’s Soyuz spacecraft.