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Fatalities confirmed as Kabul hotel siege drama íendsí             Assad blasts Turkeyís support for terror groups in Syria             Brexit Fruits: More Arms sale to Saudi Arabia amid Yemen Aggression             Border Security Force: New US-designed Syria Partition Scenario             Turkish President Urges NATO Take Stance on US ĎTerrorist Armyí in Syria            Afghanistani Govt. Denies Holding Informal Talks with Taliban in Turkey             Over 22 Million Yemenis Depend on Aid Amid Saudi Aggression             Syria Pans US Plan to Set up Kurdish Border Forces as Breach of Sovereignty             Is Jordan Breaking Alliance with Saudi Arabia, West?            How Global Journalists Get Together for Freedom of Media and Peace Journalism             Over 25 Million Muslims March Against ISIS And The Mainstream Media Completely Ignores It            Texas Attack Again Marks Trump, Western Mediaís Double Standards             NATO Chief Stresses on Political Reforms in Afghanistan            Attack on TV shows Taliban, ISIS opposition to freedom of speech: Dostum             Ghani and pence discuss US strategy impact on Afghanistanian forces and Taliban            

Americans cheer as rare total solar eclipse marches across country

The moon blacked out the sun on Monday as the first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in the United States in nearly a century began over the West Coast, while millions of Americans looked skyward in wonder through protective...



Google to use balloons to give Puerto Rico cell service

The US Federal Communications Commission said late on Friday it had approved Alphabet Incís application to provide emergency cellular service to Puerto Rico through balloons. In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico has struggled to regain communications services. The FCC said on Friday that...




Nobel Prize in Literature goes to Kazuo Ishiguro

The 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature has been awarded to British author of Japanese origin Kazuo Ishiguro, best known for his literary work "The Remains of the Day". "Itís a magnificent honor, mainly because it means that Iím in the footsteps of the greatest authors that have lived,” the 62-year-old...




Apple unveils iPhone X in major product launch+VIDEO

Apple Inc on Tuesday rolled out its much-anticipated iPhone X, a redesigned product of glass and stainless steel with an edge-to-edge display that Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook called "the biggest leap forward since the original iPhone." The phone features wireless charging, an infrared...




Powerful Hurricane Irma poses increasing threat to Florida

Hurricane Irma is headed to the US state of Florida, posing an increasing threat to the area, as the Southern state of Texas is still reeling from Hurricane Harvey. Irma, the most powerful hurricane to threaten the Atlantic coast in more than a decade, has expanded into a devastating force with maximum...




Americans cheer as rare total solar eclipse marches across country

The moon blacked out the sun on Monday as the first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in the United States in nearly a century began over the West Coast, while millions of Americans looked skyward in wonder through protective glasses, telescopes and cameras. After weeks of anticipation, the sight...




EU hits Google with 2.4bn euro fine

The EU hit Google with a record 2.4-billion-euro fine Tuesday for illegally favoring its shopping service in search results, in a fresh assault on US firms that risks the wrath of President Donald Trump. Hard-charging European Commission competition chief Margrethe Vestager said the tech giant "abused...




NASA discovers 10 more Earth-size planets

NASA revealed Monday 10 new rocky, Earth-sized planets that could potentially have liquid water and support life. The Kepler mission team released a survey of 219 potential exoplanets -- planets outside of our solar system -- that had been detected by the space observatory launched in 2009 to scan...




Scientists develop artificial womb for premature babies

Scientists in the United States have developed a fluid-filled womb-like bag known as an extra-uterine support device that could transform care for extremely premature babies, significantly improving chances of survival. In pre-clinical studies with lambs, the researchers were able to mimic the...




China to help Afghanistan in deployment of second satellite to orbit

The government of China will help Afghanistan in the deployment of the second satellite to orbit under the name of Afghan Sat-2, the officials in the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology officials told reporters in Kabul today. The Acting Minister of Communications and Information Technology,...




Australians sue Apple for refusing to repair error

Hundreds of Australian consumers are suing US Apple company for violating consumer rights by allegedly refusing to look at or repair some iPads and iPhones previously serviced by a third party. Australia’s consumer watchdog agency, the Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), announced...




Russian cargo ship docks at International Space Station

A Russian cargo ship has docked at the International Space Station (ISS), delivering supplies at the station. Russia’s space agency, Roscosmos, said the unmanned Progress freighter, carrying 2.5 tons of supplies, including air, food and fuel “successfully docked” at the orbiting...




Senior Samsung executives offer to resign: Report

Two senior executives with South Korea’s Samsung company have reportedly offered to resign over allegations that the firm has been involved in a high-scale scandal linked to South Korean President Park Geun-hye. South Korea’s Yonhap reported on Friday that Samsung’s President...




Afghanistan to launch 4G services in the near future: MCIT

The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology of Afghanistan informed regarding the launch of fourth generation of wireless mobile telecommunications technology (4G) across the country. Engineer Syed Ahmadshah Sadat, the acting minister of communications and information technology, said...




New Genetic Engineering Technique Could Help Design, Study Biological Systems

A new technique will help biologists tinker with genes, whether the goal is to turn cells into tiny factories churning out medicines, modify crops to grow with limited water or study the effects of a gene on human health. The technique, published Jan. 20 in Nature Communications, allows scientists...




Searching for Life on Wolf 1061 Exoplanet

Astronomers have located the habitable zone, the region where water could exist on the surface of a planet, on the Wolf 1061, a planetary system that is 14 light years away from our Earth. The question of whether Earthlings are alone in the universe has puzzled everyone from biologists and physicists...




Afghan brothers make drone to hunt mines in Afghanistan

With Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) remaining the weapon of the choice of the militant groups in Afghanistan which is the major contributor to civilian casualties, two Afghan youths have launched a new device to hunt such explosives. The two youths and brothers, Massoud and Mahmud Hussaini,...




Facebook plans to provide internet to 4 billion people with solar plane

The first successful test flight of a high altitude solar plane was conducted by Facebook as the company plans to provide internet to 4 billion people in remote parts of the world. “After two years of engineering, I’m proud to announce the successful first flight of Aquila — the...




India approves MoU with Afghanistan on Space Technology Cooperation

The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given his ex-post facto approval to the MoU between India and Afghanistan on cooperation in the peaceful uses of outer space during the Union Cabinet meeting, it has been reported. According to the local media reports, the MoU envisages cooperation between...




30th anniversary of man's only visit to Uranus

Thirty years ago today, humans made their first and only visit to Uranus, the seventh planet from the Sun, and transmitted images taken from a relatively short distance, which remain unparalleled to this day. The gas giant was on the itinerary on Voyager 2 space probe, which was...




Space junk may cause armed conflict: New report

The earth, humans’ only ship in the cosmic ocean, is engulfed by millions of space junk, which can cause serious damage to any national satellite, a signal which might be misconstrued as an attack launched by an adversary and provoke an armed conflict. In an article published by journal Acta...




Astronomers Discover 'Young Jupiter' Exoplanet

A team of astronomers discovered a Jupiter-like planet within a young system that could serve as a decoder ring for understanding how planets formed around our sun. One of the best ways to learn how our solar system evolved is to look to younger star systems in the early stages of development. The...




Google robots army may turn against human race: SpaceX CEO

American aerospace manufacturer SpaceX CEO is worried that Google may “accidentally” create an evil robot army that can turn against the human race. Google's intensive research into robotics could "produce something evil by accident," technology entrepreneur Elon Musk said in a new...




Alien life may exist on Saturnís Enceladus, scientists say

Life could exist or could have formerly existed on Saturn’s sixth-largest moon Enceladus, scientists say. The pH level of Enceladus, which reveals the amount of water acidity -- a key parameter to understanding geochemical processes taking place inside the moon – can be tolerated by a...




Female Afghan students win gold medals in a biology competition in Kenya

Three female Afghan students brought home gold medals after participating in a competition scientific competition in Kenya. The competition was hosted in Kenya which was attended by around 300 students from 27 countries around the world. The winners of the competition who returned to Afghanistan said...




UK may impose internet rationing as electricity depletion looms

Britain could face mandatory internet rationing as web electricity consumption threatens to consume the country’s entire power supply, experts warn.      Internet rationing or increasing costs in order to update infrastructure might be required, otherwise fiber optical...




Afghanistan to launch 4G internet services soon

Officials in the Ministry of Telecommunication and Information Technology of Afghanistan said 4G internet services will be launched in the near future. The officials further added that around 90 percent of the Afghans are currently having access to mobile phone services while 50 percent have access...




Afghanistanís first satellite starts formal operation

Afghanistan’s first satellite which was deployed into the orbit earlier this year has formally started its operations. The announcement of the formal operation of Afghansat 1 was made during a conference attended by Afghanistan’s First Vice President Mohammad Younus Qanoni. “The...




Pistachios to fuel eco-friendly city in Turkey

Turkey is going to use pistachios as a new form of energy to fuel an eco-friendly city due to be established in the southeastern part of the country. "We are planning to obtain biogas, a kind of renewable energy, from burning pistachio shells," said Seda Muftuoglu Gulec, a green building expert...




Google working on futuristic modular smartphone

Google is working on a modular smartphone, which enables users to upgrade the device themselves and promises a lengthy lifespan. Dubbed Project Ara, the hardware is the brainchild of Google's Advanced Technology and Projects group (ATAP). The device is meant as an infinitely customizable...




Wirelessly chargeable smartphones in offing

The concept of using wireless technology to charge up smartphones is attracting more takers, with the notion using already-existing technology as a platform. Such means of powering up the smartphone would require one to place the device on a charging station -- a way of charging already used...




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