NASA chief, Jim Bridenstine, on Friday praised the Russian space program and said he expected a new crew to go to the International Space Station in December despite a rocket failure.
NASA says will use Russia's Soyuz despite rocket failure
Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney says optimism about an imminent breakthrough in Brexit talks is "probably not well founded," and that the public should be realistic about time frames defined in negotiations between Britain and the European Union.
Ireland FM: Optimism over Brexit talks ‘not well founded’
Tens of thousands of Catalans who want their region to remain part of Spain marked national day Friday, marching through Barcelona in protest against leaders who brought the region to the brink of independence last year.
Catalans march for unity on Spain’s national day
The British Queen’s granddaughter’s lavish wedding, set to be held at Windsor Castle on Friday, could cost the UK taxpayer between two to six million pounds.
Anger mounts as UK taxpayer to pay millions for another Royal Wedding
Human rights campaigners are becoming increasingly angry at a decision by Britain’s Natural History Museum to host a reception for Saudi Arabia’s embassy, saying the NHM should definitely cancel the event over growing concerns about Kingdom’s rights violations.
Calls increase on British museum to cancel Saudi embassy event
Britain is worried that uncertainty over its planned withdrawal the European Union is helping countries like France to encourage businesses and financial institutions to move their offices out of London as soon as possible.
France trying to exploit uncertainty over Brexit: UK minister
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May has, for the first time in the world, appointed a minister to prevent suicide as reports show more and more people are taking their lives in Britain over mental health problems.
UK prime minister appoints world’s first minister for prevention of suicide
Uncertainty surrounding Iran’s oil industry ahead of forthcoming US sanctions could prompt “extreme volatility” in oil prices, BP’s chief executive said on Wednesday.
BP CEO: Expect ‘extreme volatility’ in oil prices due to Iran sanctions
Charities in the United Kingdom have slammed the government’s failure to tackle the rising levels of homelessness in the country, which left hundreds dead last year, saying the housing crisis in Britain had become more brutal and horrifying than ever.
Charities slam UK for ignoring brutal housing crisis
A senior Conservative Party lawmaker of the British parliament has announced that at least 40 of his colleagues are ready to vote down a deal on country’s withdrawal from the European Union, saying they cannot accept a half-in half-out Brexit.
UK Tories to reject half-in half-out Brexir: Lawmaker

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