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England’s councils ‘ripped off’ by private landlords, experts warn
By Frances Perraudin & Niamh McIntyre*
Reused rocket takes off carrying 64 satellites
A SpaceX rocket carrying 64 small satellites lifted off from California, the US, on Monday, marking the first time the same Falcon 9 rocket has been used in three space missions.
Dutch tax break change cheeses off expats
Plans by the Netherlands to scrap a major tax break for foreigners have left expatriates in a spin at a time when the country is hoping to lure multinationals as part of a Brexit exodus.
Salah shrugs off injury to join Egypt training
Mohamed Salah gave Egypt's World Cup hopes a huge boost Wednesday when he joined a squad training session at the team’s Grozny base.
Turning off the tap
In May 2018, South Africa's Cape Town may become the first city in the world to fully shut off its water.
Mars mission off? Study reveals it could be twice as deadly to reach Red Planet (Video)
Future Mars missions are in doubt after space boffins discovered reaching the Red Planet might be twice as deadly as previously thought.
US calls off rescue for three marines missing off Australia
The US Marine Corps Sunday ended efforts to rescue three missing service members after an American military aircraft crashed during an exercise off Australia.
Reus off as Die Schwarzgelben hold Hoffenheim
Hoffenhem and Borussia Dortmund fought out an entertaining 2-2 draw Friday which saw both sides stay on the fringes of the Bundesliga title race.
Brazil booed off as Neymar flops in South Africa stalemate
Brazil and superstar Neymar were booed off as their quest for a maiden Olympic football gold medal began with a 0-0 draw against 10-man South Africa on Thursday.
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