Dynastic crisis in Saudi Arabia In the last period, a…
A suicide bombing on Saturday at an education centre in Afghanistan’s capital Kabul killed at least 24 people and wounded dozens, Afghanistan’s interior ministry said.
Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Russia said they have signed a deal to end the military conflict over the Nagorno-Karabakh region after more than a month of bloodshed.
India faced a new tragedy of toxic gas leak from the LG polymer plant in Visagapattinam, Andra Pradesh on Thursday (May 7th). Several people were found unconscious on streets and the incident killed 11 including a child, more than 800 were hospitalized.
“I think renewable energy is vital to our planet,” says the man, identified only as an environmental expert called Steve. “At Chevron, we’re investing millions in solar and biofuels technology to make it work.”
“The time to buy is when the blood runs in the streets.” This phrase by Nathan Mayer Rothschild, a historic English banker at the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries, always comes to mind whenever a moment of serious economic crisis has to be faced.
In order to understand how genocide happens and therefore, how to avoid it, one must understand how integral it is to nationalism, and especially the martial nationalism that existed in the Middle East after the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire.
Lockdowns to curb coronavirus spread has spiked domestic abuse calls by 60% across the European Continent.
The pandemic and the effects of the lockdown on global industrial production have hit the coffers of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Argentina’s Congress has become the largest Latin American country to legalise abortion after its senate approved the historic law change by votes in favour on Wednesday after hours of debate in the Senate.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni Encourages South African Restaurants To Hire…
With growing cases of Covid-19 in Nepal, 12 districts in the country have entered the phase of community transmission, the Ministry of Health and Population said on Tuesday.
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Despite vigorous denials of any wrongdoing, the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was indicted on Tuesday for bribery, fraud, and breach of trust.
Ursula von der Leyen’s Commission appears better prepared than EU member states to face the second wave of Covid-19, after learning the lessons of the chaotic and disorganized first days of the pandemic last March.