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Sudan closes 13 diplomatic missions to cut govt. spending, revive ailing economy
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has ordered the closure of 13 overseas diplomatic missions as part of measures to reduce the government’s spending, as he is struggling to revitalize the African country’s ailing economy in the post-sanction era.
Boeing, SpaceX progressing towards first crewed missions in 2018
NASA said its industry partners, Boeing and SpaceX, are targeting the return of human spaceflight from Florida's Space Coast in 2018.
Space 2018: Missions and launches to look for in the new year
For astronomers, astrophysicists, planetary scientists, space enthusiasts and others with an eye for the night sky, 2018 is expected to bring a variety of exciting developments.
Iran Navy decides to increase extra-regional missions
Iran's Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari says the country’s naval forces will definitely carry out more extra-regional missions in the future in a bid to improve security.
Ex-official accuses UN of failure in fulfilling missions
A former United Nations official has criticized the world body for mismanagement, saying unnecessary bureaucracy is causing the organization to fail in reaching its objectives.
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