Thailand has a long history of political turmoil and protest, but a fresh wave started in February after a court ordered the dissolution of a fledgeling pro-democracy opposition party. In the March 2019 election,
Clim8 Invest app – due to launch this summer- exceeded public crowdfunding target by three times during pre-launch, reaching £1.35m. With over 5,000 people on a waitlist, crowdfunding from 1200 investors, the app focuses on green businesses.
The EU ineffectiveness In an emergency situation such as that…
Several rallies and marches have taken place in Bolivia, in response to the call made by the COB, to protest against the postponement of the general elections. The mobilizations have begun in the departments of La Paz and Cochabamba.
While negotiations at the European Council continue unabated, an evident fact emerges from the European session: the current decision-making system is not adequate to deal with relevant and urgent problems.
Israeli police has open investigation into terrorist attack after 14…
Covid-19 cases have exceeded the 9.8 million threshold globally while the death toll is approaching 500 thousand: this is what emerges from the statistics published by Johns Hopkins University.
The numbers show how bad the economy went in the period when we expected it to go badly. They offer some surprises about the countries that are most affected.
Protests against police brutality in Nigeria have turned deadly, with at least one person confirmed dead and dozens more left wounded as officers continue to shoot at demonstrators.
One of the largest oil spills in Russian history was reported at the end of last month. A fuel tank collapsed at a power plant in the city of Norilsk located above the Arctic Circle in Russia’s far north in the Siberian tundra.
Bahrain’s economy is closely linked to the fluctuation in global crude oil prices as the rest of the region. However, its impact is much smaller compared to other Gulf countries due to the relatively diverse nature of the Bahraini economy.
Sunday, August 2nd. More than 10,000 protesters invaded the centre of Jerusalem. They participated in the new demonstration against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Losing the war The Syrian Civil War (or Syrian crisis)…
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Japan’s longest-serving premier, said he was resigning because of poor health, ending a stint at the helm of the world’s third-biggest economy during which he sought to revive growth and bolster its defenses.