The agreement will strengthen a relationship related to space exploration that dates back more than 50 years, says NASA Administrator Bill Nelson.
The cricketers will get a salary rise of over 10 percent but the proposed wages will still lag behind earnings made by male players.
Australia's highest court ruled last month that publishers can be held liable for public comments on online forums, a judgment that has pitted Facebook and news organisations against each other.
Taiwan fears that China is preparing for a full-scale invasion, and pushes for an additional $8.7 billion on arms purchases. Despite its deep insecurities, the tiny East Asian nation is seen as becoming another US proxy war pawn.
Veteran Australian journalist John Lyons provides a glimpse into how journalists and editors are censured for stories that reveal Israeli crimes against Palestinians.
Football authorities in Australia are encouraging players to report sexual abuse after Lisa De Vanna, the country’s second most prolific goalscorer, said she was abused and bullied at age 17 when she joined the national women’s squad.
US Secretary of State and French President hold talks to explore potential cooperation in Indo-Pacific region.
South Africa edged New Zealand 31-29 in a test featuring four lead changes in the last 10 minutes, with Elton Jantjies kicking the winning penalty.
The Eastern Kuku Yalanji people, indigenous traditional owners, reclaim the Daintree National Park, a rainforest in northern Australia that goes back 185 million years.
The postponement comes after Australia abruptly cancelled a multibillion-dollar contract last month for 12 French submarines, opting to buy nuclear-powered US-designed vessels instead.
Covid-19 has infected more than 234M people and killed at least 4.7M globally. Here are the virus-related developments for September 30:
Officials gave no reason for the world no 1's decision to pull out of WTA India Wells singles’ draw, which was already suffering from the absence of several top-ranked players, including Naomi Osaka and Serena Williams.
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