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Staff strike hits Nasa's Australia station By Sun Online Desk | Last Updated: 22nd November, 2017, 09:42

The Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex is one of three Nasa sites globally that provide constant radio contact with more than 30 spacecraft

Nasa tracking station in Australia hit by staff strike

Rape and no periods in North Korea's army Rape and no periods in North Korea's army

Roughly 70% of North Korean defectors are female - a fact some link to higher levels of unemployment among women


Africa's longest-serving leaders Africa's longest-serving leaders

Equatorial Guinea's President Teodoro Obiang Nguema, in power since August 1979, is Africa's…


Charles Manson death: Where are the Family members now? Where are the Manson Family members now?

Mostly young women from middle-class backgrounds, they were convinced to join his Californian desert commune


4,000 year-old marriage contract mentions divorce, infertility 4,000 year-old marriage contract mentions divorce, infertility

Researchers say the marriage contract shows that "the concept of infertility is not just a disease of our age"


Mass killer, cult leader Charles Manson dies at 83 Mass killer, cult leader Charles Manson dies at 83

The cult leader sent his followers to commit a series of brutal murders in the late 1960s


Egypt opens Gaza border for first time since unity deal Egypt opens Gaza border for first time since unity deal

Egypt’s border with the Gaza Strip had been totally sealed since August, and was largely closed for years before that


Prime minister Saad Hariri announces return to Lebanon as crisis simmers Saad Hariri announces return to Lebanon

His attempt to step down also coincides with a purge of more than 200 Saudi princes, ministers and businessmen


Argentina missing submarine: Satellite signals detected Signals detected 'from missing sub'

Argentina has stepped up the search in the South Atlantic for the ARA San Juan submarine, with a Nasa research plane joining in


Syria: Russia again blocks extension of chemical attacks probe Russia again blocks Syria attacks probe

It is the 11th time Moscow has used its veto powers in support of its ally since the conflict began


North Korean defector found to have 'enormous parasites' N Korea defector has 'enormous parasites'

The defector crossed the demilitarised zone on Monday, but was shot several times by North Korean border guards


Indonesia's Orang Rimba: Forced to renounce their faith The tribe forced to pick a new religion

Three months ago, the 58 families that make up the Celitai tribe of Orang Rimba converted to Islam


Rohingya woman in Bangladesh helps others flee Myanmar Rohingya woman in Bangladesh helps others flee Myanmar

Zahida Begum grew up in Bangladesh's Rohingya refugee camps, and now earns a living working for a string of international aid groups


Cambodia court considers dissolving opposition party Cambodia court mulls dissolving opposition

The opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party is accused of plotting to topple the government


Zimbabwe takeover seems like a coup, African Union says Zimbabwe takeover seems like a coup

The military denies staging a coup, saying that Mr Mugabe is safe and that it was acting against "criminals" surrounding him


Mugabe latest leader over years taken into custody Mugabe latest leader over years taken into custody

The Mugabes, however, have joined the ranks of world leaders who are removed from power and taken into custody

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