Middle East countries are realigning priorities to adjust to post-coronavirus realities, particularly anticipating a drawn-out recovery period for their economies hit hard by the pandemic.
. Lebanon’s cabinet resigned on Monday, opening up fresh political turmoil as the country deals with a crippling economic crisis and the reels of last week’s huge explosion that destroyed the capital.
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.
The Middle East foes are engaged in brinkmanship on several fronts. The long-running and undeclared shadow war between the two most implacable foes
Myanmar has been in turmoil since the generals ousted and detained civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi, triggering mass protests demanding a return to democracy. The country has seen widespread bloodshed since then as soldiers and police have embarked on a rampage.
As the White House has continued to push a narrative of a sharp recovery after a history-making recession, the economic data in large part has not been cooperating.
Close to 70% of Close to 70% of voters in the United States consider climate change to be a very (42%) or somewhat (26%) important issue in casting their vote for president in the 2020 election, according to the Pew Research Center.
For most people, the effects of COVID-19 are already painful enough. The fear of contracting the virus, the fear of spreading it to others, the fear of seeing loved ones suffer, the fear of someone close dying. But for Sri Lankan Muslims and Christians,
The 37th Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival in China have opened to visitors, featuring frozen towers, palaces and castles.
Vietnam (officially the Socialist Republic of Vietnam) maintains diplomatic relationships with 189 nations throughout the world.
Despite mining activism being the most deadly and dangerous form of activism in South Africa, its protestors stand strong against the opposition, threats, and harm.
Muslims in Nepal on Sunday organised a protest against atrocities on Uighur Muslims in the Xinjiang province of China.
The post Brexit situation does not seem to be very…
In the face of global macroeconomic data in strong contraction, from production to export through employment, in the last few sessions the main financial markets have recorded strong increases, once again highlighting that they can run much faster than the real economy
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.