Russian Helicopters company is planning to launch serial production of multipurpose Ka-62 choppers and sell the first four aircraft in 2020, the company CEO, Andrey Boginsky, said on Wednesday.
CEO: Russia to sell first batch of Ka-62 choppers in 2020
Scientists say there is hope that some ash forests will be able to survive a devastating tree disease.
Ash woodlands 'may flourish once again'
German auto giant Volkswagen will begin rolling out its last generation of combustion engine cars in 2026, in its latest green pledge as it looks to turn the corner on the "dieselgate" emissions cheating scandal.
Volkswagen says next generation of combustion engine cars to be its last
Russia sees no alternative to the Iran nuclear deal and calls on all the parties to the agreement to refrain from steps that might push Teheran towards withdrawal from it, Russian President’s Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov said.
Kremlin calls for keeping Iran nuclear deal in force
The French government announced Tuesday that it would suspend planned increases in fuel taxes for six months in a bid to quell fierce protests that have ballooned into the deepest crisis of Emmanuel Macron's presidency.
France halts fuel tax hikes in bid to calm fiery protests
Italian police arrested the new head of the Sicilian mafia and 45 other alleged mobsters in a powerful blow to organized crime on the Mediterranean island, Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio said on Tuesday.
Italy police arrest mafia's new 'boss of bosses' in Sicily
More than 500,000 British workers have been swept into working poverty over the past five years, according to a report that shows the number of people with a job but living below the breadline has risen faster than employment.
Four million British workers live in poverty, charity says
A Soyuz spacecraft carrying Russian, American and Canadian astronauts arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) on Monday, following the first manned launch since a failed launch in October.
Soyuz arrives at ISS on first manned mission since October failure
With cash no longer king and electronic payments on the rise in the UK as well as other parts of the world, there is less and less of the spare change that homeless people and many charities rely on around.
UK’s Big Issue to trial card readers after steep decline in carrying cash

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