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- Iran tests new solid fuel satellite launch vehicle
- Bahrain, Israel discuss security cooperation
- Iran working on upgrading its fighters’ technology
- Jeff Bezos to resign as Amazon CEO
Published 2021-02-03 21:46:21 by News Desk in Iran
Iran on Monday shared a video of its new domestically-made satellite launch vehicle in action. It is the first Iranian-made carrier rocket powered by a solid-fuel engine, which makes it the country’s most powerful. In a solid rocket, the “fuel and oxidizer are mixed together into a solid propellant which is packed into a solid cylinder,” according to a blog post by NASA. The three-stage rocket utilizes solid fuel in the first and second stages and fluid fuel in the third stage. The launch was aired on Iranian state TV on Monday. The rocket, named Zol Janah, is believed to… Read on ->
Published 2021-02-03 13:00:33 by News Desk in Middleeast
Bahrain’s Interior Minister Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa and Israel’s Public Security Minister Amir Ohana discussed on Tuesday a range of issues including security cooperation, state-run media reported. According to the official Bahrain News Agency, the two ministers held a video call and applauded the bilateral “peace deal” meant “to promote security, stability, and prosperity and meet people’s inspiration for peace.” Bahrain established diplomatic relations with Israel last year. The interior minister asserted that the “reform project” of King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa “reinforces coexistence, tolerance and openness values as part of characteristics of Bahraini identity.” The two sides… Read on ->
Tags: Bahrain, Israel
Published 2021-02-03 12:34:13 by News Desk in Iran
Iranian Minister of Defense Brigadier General Amir Hatami said “Thanks to the efforts of aviation industry experts, we have achieved domestically grown products such as Kosar light fighter and Yassin training fighter, all kinds of helicopters and UAVs, and we are looking to upgrade the technology in this sector.” “Aero India illustrates that India has embarked on a serious and technological move in the field of the aviation industry and is using its capabilities and those of its private sector to make significant progress,” he added. Lamenting about the cruel sanctions on Iran, the minister said: “A bright future expects the… Read on ->
Tags: Fighter, Iran
Published 2021-02-03 12:21:17 by News Desk in Americas, Economy
The Amazon founder Jeff Bezos announced recently that he will step down as company CEO in the third quarter of the year. Bezos, who will remain executive chair, will hand the reins to Andy Jassy, chief executive of Amazon Web Services, the company’s fast-growing cloud computing business. The surprising news came was noted when Amazon released its last financial results. Amazon has grown substantially during the coronavirus pandemic, and in the last quarter recorded sales of more than $100 billion for the first time. Bezos, 57, founded Amazon 27 years ago and built it into one of the largest companies… Read on ->
Tags: Amazon, Bezos
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