Known as a peacemaker, Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah, the 91-year-old ruler of Kuwait, died on Tuesday. He flew to the United States in July 2020, seeking medical attention after having undergone surgery.
A third of the world’s population could be living in areas as hot as the hottest parts of the Sahara in the next 50years- Study says.
The garment sector provides employment opportunities to some 60 million workers worldwide. around 80 percent of them women and can be a critical driver for social and economic development.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said he stands ready with Bangladesh leaders to better align the two countries’ strategies and jointly promote the construction of his multi-billion dollar Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) to take the strategic partnership of the two countries to new heights.
In what President Trump labels a “historic diplomatic breakthrough,” Israel and the United Arab Emirates have agreed to “full normalization of relations,” and Israel says it will “suspend” plans to annex the West Bank
Russia foreign policy of the last fifteen years is said to have been quite successful. At the same time there are indications that show ideological content lacking consistency regarding main global development trends.
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No other country has chosen this path. In Russia, where a vaccine has already been approved, no doses have yet been administered.
It seems that Qatar is also in negotiations to normalise its relations with Israel, following the recent normalisation of ties between the Jewish state, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain (August 2020).
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There is no one in Syria quite like Ahmed al-Awda, a former rebel commander now on the payroll of Bashar al-Assad’s Russian allies.