The consequences of global pandemic COVID-19 have traumatized the whole world. In this scenario, we are entrusted to take all the possible measures to protect the world from another such pandemic occurring.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro holds talks with Russia’s foreign minister…
The Japanese-owned ship, MV Wakashio, was on its way from China to Brazil when it ran aground on the reef at Pointe d’Esny, south of Mauritius on July 25, and began to leak tons of oil into the pristine Indian Ocean.
As countries roll out vaccines that prevent COVID-19, studies are underway to determine whether shots can also stop people from getting infected and passing on the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Vaccines that prevent transmission could help to bring the pandemic under control if they are given to enough people.
India is the second country that is engulfed by the COVID-19 pandemic after the United States. With 113 K deaths, it has 7.43 million cases. On Friday, nearly 63K new cases of COVID-19 were reported in India amid a downturn in the number of new positive cases.
Leaders of seven southern European countries on Thursday urged Turkey to end “unilateral and illegal activities” in the eastern Mediterranean and resume dialogue to ease tensions in the region.
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Last week, a research team of UK announced a breakthrough drug which created hope for people who are severely ill by COVID-19.
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.
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman delivered a scathing attack on Iran in a speech to the UN General Assembly, urging the international community to find a “comprehensive solution” to what he called Tehran’s “sponsorship of terrorism”.
The events of Black September were a turning point in the development of Jordanian identity. As a result of the attempt on King Hussein’s life on 1st September 1970
Former United Auto Workers President Dennis Williams pleaded guilty to embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars from the union, giving federal prosecutors a second landmark conviction in a years-long crackdown on auto industry corruption.
Many countries around the world have implemented lockdown measures and conducting massive testing, while Japan managed the situation without taking such measures.
The landmark treaty, a Council of Europe accord that was signed by 45 countries and the European Union, was designed to promote gender equality and prevent violence against women. In 2012, Turkey became the first country to ratify the convention, named after its largest city Istanbul where the treaty was forged.