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- Samsung sends Galaxy S10 5G into orbit for 'space selfie'Samsung Electronics Co. said Thursday it has sent one of its Galaxy S10 5G smartphones into space inside a balloon to allow its users to take selfies with the Earth in the background.
- "The Glorious Martyr," Israel's latest archaeological findingThe Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) on Wednesday revealed the organization's findings from a sixth-century church located in the Ramat Beit Shemesh suburb of Jerusalem which is located about 30km (19 miles) to the west of the city proper.
- British police find 39 dead in truck container, arrest driverBritish police found the bodies of 39 people inside a truck believed to have come from Bulgaria at an industrial estate to the east of London on Wednesday, and said they had arrested the driver on suspicion of murder.
- Ministry: Lithuania, Kazakhstan bilateral trade highly impressiveLithuania and Kazakhstan have traditionally enjoyed cooperation in a wide range of areas of mutual interest, a source in Lithuania’s Foreign Affairs Ministry told Trend.
- Singapore’s KinderWorld to build schools, kindergarten worth KZT15 bln in Nur-SultanWithin the framework of the XI International Scientific and Practical Conference "Teachers Changing the World of Schools" Mayor of Nur-Sultan Altai Kulginov and Chairman of the Singapore-based company KinderWorld International Group Tan Teck Yong signed a Roadmap for implementing investment projects in the field of education.
- China to host 2021 FIFA Club World CupChina will host the first edition of expanded FIFA Club World Cup, the world football's governing body said on Thursday.
- Austria: Painting by Ottoman artist sold for $1.6MLady of Istanbul, a painting by 19th century Ottoman painter, has been sold Wednesday in an auction in Austria for €1.5 million ($1.6 million).
- First cohort of Afghan women arrived in Kazakhstan as a part of EU educational projectLast week Almaty Management University (hereinafter, Alma U) hosted an official reception on the occasion of the arrival of the first cohort of Afghan women in Kazakhstan that will start their studies as part of a project funded by the European Union (EU) and implemented by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Kazakhstan.