We live in a globalized world, where the degradation of land in the Sahel has implications not just on people living there, but for humanity as a whole. Just look at the European migration
“We received a call from the government of Madagascar, who asked for help with scientific research”
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
The EU ineffectiveness In an emergency situation such as that…
Megadrought emerging in the western U.S might be worse than any in historical record, new study says.
When the whole world was celebrating the day of love, Valentine’s Day on 14th of February 2019, the brave soldiers of India were attacked by terrorists in Jammu, leaving the country in shock. This attack killed 40 CRPF soldiers. February 14th is thus also considered a black day in Indian history.
The Extinction Rebellion launched a 10-day strike, the first action since the laws of the lockout was relaxed.
At the epicenter of an explosion of new infections in Spain, millions of people in Madrid have had new restrictions imposed on their lives as Spain’s national government has imposed a partial lockdown in Madrid to curb the wave of growing cases.
Despite the steady flow of war reports from the Defence Ministry of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR), there is no indication that the Sahrawis have made even the slightest advance in their plan to achieve sovereignty.
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.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni Encourages South African Restaurants To Hire…
The thud of Wall Street, where the indices are experiencing the most marked decline in over two months due to the stop of the rally in the technology sector, penalized the European stock exchanges, which in the last part of the session first canceled the gains of the morning and they then slipped into red.
Three of the most active banks in financing oil exports from Ecuadorian amazon- an environmentally destructive industry with a long track record of trampling on indigenous people’s rights- have agreed to cease important parts of their financial supports after pressure from NGOs and a devastating oil spill in 2020.
Dynastic crisis in Saudi Arabia In the last period, a…
On July 1, news broke that Taiwan and Somaliland, an unrecognized state that split away from Somalia in 1991, would set up delegate offices in their respective nations.