British rocket ambitions risk crashing at launch

“We wanted it to be an opportunity rather than a pain,” said Alan Thompson, its chief government officer. Rocket companies are still waiting for launch licenses, which must be administered by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). Under current plans, CAA will accept responsibilities on a case-by-case basis. Each operator will …

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Repatriate stolen items to Nepal

For many art historians, cultural experts and heritage activists, April of this year has been a remarkable month. After nearly 40 years of his disappearance, the statue of Laxmi Narayan, a major stolen object, has been returned to Nepal. Stolen in 1984, the 800-year-old statue was originally kept in the …

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TECNO launches PHANTOM X as a brand new flagship

PHANTOM X will be available in two artistic colors of Starry Night by Van Gogh and Monet Summer. Customers can get PHANTOM X through the Single Online Website www.mobile-phantom.com and shop at local TECNO stores across Africa and other countries including Pakistan, turkey, Colombia and more. “We are proud to …

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