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China completes first mission to moon and back
BEIJING, Nov 1, 2014 (BSS/AFP) - China completed its first return mission to the moon early Saturday with the successful re-entry and landing of an unmanned probe, state media reported, in the latest step forward for Beijing's ambitious space programme. The probe landed safely in northern China's Inner Mongolia region, state news agency Xinhua said, citing the Beijing Aerospace Control Center. Xinhua said the probe took "some incredible pictures" of the Earth and the moon. Prior to re-entering the Earth's atmosphere, the unnamed probe was travelling at 11.2 kilometres per second (25,000 miles per hour), a speed that can generate temperatures of more than 1,500 degrees Celsius (2,700... More...
President calls for developing youths as worthy citizens

DHAKA, Nov 01, 2014 (BSS)- Dhaka City Awami League General Secretary and Relief and Disaster Management Minister Mofazzal Hossain Chowdhury Maya (Bir Bikram) yesterday said th... More...

WASHINGTON, Nov 01, 2014 (BSS/AFP) - A 14-year-old US girl has died after being critically injured when a fellow high school student went on a shooting rampage last week, hosp... More...

NEW YORK, Nov 01, 2014 (BSS/AFP) - A US judge ruled Friday that a nurse quarantined by her home state after treating Ebola patients could leave home and frequent public places... More...
Boko Haram says kidnapped schoolgirls 'married off'

LONDON, Nov 01, 2014 (BSS/AFP) - Gold tumbled this week to a four-year low and
many other commodities also faltered, as the dollar rebounded after the Federal
Reserve ended its quantitative easing s... More...

LONDON, Nov 01, 2014 (BSS/AFP) - Manchester football supremacy will be at stake at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday when Premier League rivals Manchester City and Manchester Unite... More...

PARIS, Nov 01, 2014 (BSS/AFP) - Roger Federer believes his Paris Masters quarter-final exit will have little effect on his season-ending assault on the World Tour Finals and a... More...
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