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'World not on track' to limit global warming: UN chief
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres launched a brief South Pacific tour in New Zealand Sunday, warning the world was "not on track" to limiting global temperature rises.
Rouhani: Iran on right track in airspace technology
Following a failed attempt by Iran to put a satellite into orbit, the Iranian president said that the country has achieved great success in building satellites and launching them. That means we are on the right track.
Japan to set up space command center to track debris, threats
The Japanese government is moving to establish a command center within the Self-Defense Forces (SDF) to track space debris from spent satellites and rockets, as well as keep an eye on suspect foreign satellites.
Iraq rail service back on track after war with Daesh
At Baghdad’s grand but half-empty railway station, a single train is sputtering to life.
Railway plans aircraft-like pressurized coaches for world's highest railway track in Leh, India
At a height of 5,360 meters above the sea level, the 465-km strategically significant line to be built at a cost of Rs 833.6 billion will see railways' first pressurized coaches.
NASA launches satellite to track changes in polar ice
NASA has launched its Ice, Cloud and Land Elevation Satellite-2, known as ICESat-2, which will use an extremely precise laser to collect measurement data to track the Earth's shrinking polar ice from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
Iran manufactures first domestic rail tracks
Esfahan Steel Company (ESCO) announced in a statement that the first domestically-manufactured rail tracks were handed over to Islamic Republic of Iran Railways, adding that the rails are on par with the latest global standards.
US lost track of 1,500 immigrant children
The federal government has placed thousands of unaccompanied immigrant children in the homes of sponsors, but last year it couldn't account for nearly 1,500 of them.
Australia on track to eliminate hepatitis C by 2030
Australia remains on track to eliminate hepatitis C by the year 2030 according to Polaris Observatory data showcased at the World Hepatitis Summit in Brazil, but the CEO of Hepatitis Australia said the nation cannot rest on its laurels.
US military lost track of $1bn worth of weapons: Amnesty
The US military has admitted to losing track of around $1 billion worth of weapons in Iraq and Kuwait, according to a US Defense Department audit reviewed by Amnesty International.
Scientists can track poverty from satellites
You can get a pretty good idea of a country’s wealth by seeing how much it shines at night — just compare the intense brightness of China and South Korea to the dark mass of North Korea that’s sandwiched between them.
US warns 'lot of work' remains to keep Syria talks on track
The United States has warned that “a lot of work” remains to ensure that the upcoming Syria talks will be held next week as planned.
New particle can track chemo
Tracking the path of chemotherapy drugs in real time and at a cellular level could revolutionize cancer care and help doctors sort out why two patients might respond differently to the same treatment.
MoMA tracks evolution of Pollock's work
An art exhibition titled 'Jackson Pollock: A Collection Survey' in New York tracks the evolution of the work of Jackson Pollock (American, 1912–1956) from the 1930s until his death in 1956 at the age of 44.

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