The Syrian army has taken control of a strategic northwestern…
German Chancellor Angela Merkel declared terrorism is “our common enemy” as Europe reeled from another deadly attack on its soil.
Desert energy is back. As the European Union sets its sights on a green hydrogen boom as part of its plans to meet decarbonization pledges and rebuild economies ravaged by the COVID-19 pandemic
Most of the CEOs of Japan’s companies doubt that the country can engage in a substantial economic recovery before the next two years. The newspaper “Nikkei” writes, which consulted 145 companies in the context of a new telephone survey.
State of Israel is not experiencing one of its best times. While Tel Aviv has managed to improve its position in the past decades, today there are many problems on the horizon.
US President Donald Trump was acquitted Wednesday by members of…
A rising yen accompanied the news yesterday that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will step down as Prime Minister of Japan for health reasons.
It’s not as good as the elections, of course, but there is also a nice rivalry to win the race for who raises more funds between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.
Covid-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc in Yemen Yemen braces for…
The coronavirus pandemic is upsetting the energy industry and pushing its major players to make big changes. This includes Saudi Aramco, the world’s largest and most profitable oil producer.
In 2016, Germany’s domestic intelligence agency publicly accused a hacker group thought to work for the Russian state of being behind the cyberattack.
Ongoing clashes in Sudan’s restive Darfur have killed at least 83 people in two days, state media said Sunday, just over two weeks after a long-running peacekeeping mission ended operations
Ursula von der Leyen’s Commission appears better prepared than EU member states to face the second wave of Covid-19, after learning the lessons of the chaotic and disorganized first days of the pandemic last March.
Argentina’s Congress has become the largest Latin American country to legalise abortion after its senate approved the historic law change by votes in favour on Wednesday after hours of debate in the Senate.
In relation to GDP, Croatia, Bulgaria and Greece receive more non-repayable loans: 10% of GDP is reached. Italy wins the ranking in absolute terms, but free funds are limited to 1.9% of our economy. Austria, the Netherlands, Denmark and Sweden have red accounts. But the timing between collections and payments makes the difference.