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South Korea’s space agency launched its first domestically built rocket, Nuri, on October 21, but the planned deployment of a dummy payload into orbit did not go according to plan.Reports citing comments made by President Moon Jae-in said that while the rocket completed its flight sequence, it failed to put the dummy satellite into orbit.This footage, posted by the Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) on YouTube, shows the rocket launching from the Naro Space Center in Goheung. Credit: Korea Aerospace Research Institute via Storyful
The Guardian view on Little Amal: telling the unpalatable truth. The puppet’s journey from Turkey to the UK charmed audiences – but also discomfited them. And that’s the point
No formal Cop26 role for big oil amid doubts over firms’ net zero plans . Officials from fossil fuel firms may attend fringe events but campaigners hail lack of official role
Libya is hosting an international conference Thursday to help build stability in the deeply divided country ahead of crucial presidential elections in December. Some 30 delegations are travelling to the capital Tripoli. Among them are representatives from the United Nations, European Union, African Union and the Arab League.French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian will attend, including officials from regional powers including Italy, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Algeria. Taking places under
Ford has given its electric SUV the performance treatment.
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When British pop band Duran Duran made their debut, they did not know how long they would last. Formed by Taylor and keyboardist Nick Rhodes in 1978, Duran Duran rose to fame with hits such as "Girls on Film" and "Rio". The band, with lead singer Simon Le Bon and drummer Roger Taylor, has sold more than 100 million records worldwide and won two Grammy Awards.
Retail sales volumes took a surprise dip last month to achieve their longest losing streak on record, according to official figures released as a measure of consumer confidence showed a slump to levels last seen in February.
The Philippine government's review of dozens of deadly drug war operations has cast doubt on police claims they acted in "self-defence", a top official said Wednesday.
Fed up with social media sites censoring a naked paleolithic Venus and other works of art deemed suggestive, Viennese museums are showing them on the OnlyFans platform, known for hosting explicit content.
The Scottish crime drama continues and broadcaster Charlene White shares her Black History Month documentary.
‘National treasure’: New Zealand Māori haka protected in trade deal with UK. Traditional war dance, often performed by top sports teams, has been subject to controversial appropriation in the UK
Mary Berry was made a Dame Commander by the Prince of Wales for a lifetime of cooking, writing and baking. The leading cookery writer and broadcaster has published more than 50 books during a career spanning more than five decades and will be honoured during a Windsor Castle investiture ceremony.
The monarch, 95, returned to Windsor at lunchtime on Thursday
Police officer kicks man to ground during arrest
Authorities say an officer accidentally fired his handgun during a struggle while police were making arrests in suburban Chicago, wounding two other officers
Right to give last rites should become law after Amess death, MP says . Labour’s Mike Kane urges legislation after Catholic priest was denied entry to crime scene after MP’s stabbing
LONDON (Reuters) -British retail sales unexpectedly fell for a fifth month in a row last month, despite a rush of motorists filling up their cars with fuel, adding to signs Britain's economic recovery is losing momentum. The prospect of higher prices -- as well as a more recent upsurge in COVID-19 cases -- has also dampened consumers' mood.
Man charged with murder of Tory MP David Amess. Ali Harbi Ali, 25, also accused of preparation of terrorist acts after politician was stabbed
LONDON (Reuters) -A record proportion of the British public thinks inflation will accelerate over the next 12 months, according to data that could further boost expectations that the Bank of England will raise interest rates next month. Some 48% of people surveyed this month by consumer research firm GfK expected prices to increase more rapidly over the next 12 months, up from 34% in September, the figures seen exclusively by Reuters showed. It marked the highest share since records began in January 1985, when Margaret Thatcher was prime minister and more than a decade before the BoE became operationally independent.