Southeast Asian economies are having a big impact from the global economic crisis caused by the spreading of the pandemic.
Economic upheavals in modern global history have often been succeeded by promising periods of reinvention and revival.
In every single state, once the health emergency was overcome, thanks to the lockdown, the next urgency was to restart the economy.
Three police officers, who were responding to a call over domestic violence were shot dead in Puy-de-Dome in central France on Wednesday, sources in the public prosecutor’s office shared.
COVID-19 is widely considered as a respiratory disease-causing respiratory failure and thus resulting in death.
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On November 3, 2020 there will be the 59th US presidential election. Donald Trump, President in office and representative of the Republican Party on the one hand. Joe Biden, Democrat and former vice president of the United States (from 2009 to 2017) on the other
Tunisia is extending its virus curfew and banning demonstrations as the country is trying to stem a rapid rise in infections and calm tensions after a week of protests and rioting over economic troubles. New clashes between protesters and police broke out Saturday hours after the new virus restrictions were announced.
In Lebanon, after two months of “truce” due to the lockdown by COVID-19, anti-government protests that began in October 2019 have resumed.
Saudi Arabia, officially known as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, is one of the major players in the Arab and Muslim worlds, based on reputation as the protector of the birthplace of Islam and one of the major oil producer.
Pakistan has started a five-day vaccination campaign to try to protect tens of millions of children against polio.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel declared terrorism is “our common enemy” as Europe reeled from another deadly attack on its soil.
The American embassy in Baghdad has partially withdrawn its staff ahead of the first anniversary of the U.S. killing of top Iranian general Qassem Soleimani in the Iraqi capital, media reports said Thursday.
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.