- Navy prepared to strongly repel threats: Admiral Sayyari
- 21 martyred in bomb attack on Shia Muslims in Nigeria
- Saudi must not allow Hajj tragedy to become political issue: Iran
- China conducts military exercise in Western Pacific
- HRW slams Saudi’s killing of civilians in Yemen
- Erdoghan warns Russia not to 'play with fire'
- Tehran’s Friday Prayer Sermons
- Mass protests planned for Friday in Chicago over police killing
- Corbyn expresses his opposition to Syria airstrikes
- Germany detains man suspected of role in Paris attacks
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.