Mali’s military detains president, prime minister

Soldiers in Mali have detained the president and prime minister of the interim government, according to the United Nations and the African Union, deepening political chaos in the country just nine months after a military coup overthrew its previous leader. The detention of President Bah Ndaw and Prime Minister Moctar Ouane on Monday came hours … Continue reading Mali’s military detains president, prime minister

China blames the US for hyping fears of uncontrolled rocket reentry as space race heats up

For a week, China's Long March 5B grabbed global attention, as space agencies and experts closely tracked its trajectory, speculating where debris would fall upon the rocket's uncontrolled reentry. In China, however, the country's space administration stayed silent for days amid criticism that allowing such a large rocket stage to free fall towards Earth was irresponsible and … Continue reading China blames the US for hyping fears of uncontrolled rocket reentry as space race heats up

Jerusalem violence: More clashes ahead of nationalist march

Fresh clashes have broken out between Israeli police and Palestinians at the Al-Aqsa mosque site in Jerusalem, ahead of a planned Jewish nationalist march. Palestinians threw stones at Israeli security forces, who fired stun grenades, according to reports. Hundreds of Palestinians and more than 20 Israeli police have been injured in clashes over the past … Continue reading Jerusalem violence: More clashes ahead of nationalist march