Many African countries today are still battling with colonial borders that were arbitrarily delineated at the close of the 19th century by those who had no knowledge about, or had never set foot in, Africa
The world entered the COVID-19 pandemic with persistent, pre-existing economic imbalances. Although the economy still coping up with the COVID-19 crisis, the external outlook is highly uncertain.
Southeast Asian economies are having a big impact from the global economic crisis caused by the spreading of the pandemic.
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.
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Geneva is to introduce a minimum wage of almost £3,500 a month, reported to be the highest in the world after locals approved the measure in a surprise vote result sparked by reports of growing coronavirus-linked poverty in the Swiss city.
The latest report from Met Office says that temperatures up to 40°C could occur ‘regularly’ in the UK by 2100, if carbon emissions continue to stay high.
The international organization ASEAN has set an ambitious target of securing 23 percent of its primary energy from renewable sources by 2025.
All over the world 3.34 million cases of COVID-19 patients are reported today. In this scenario, Taiwan with a population of 23 million, has reported zero new cases of COVID-19 patients, for the past few days.
Almost three weeks have passed since the Israeli government approved a second lockdown for the whole country.
In a significant breakthrough, the National Investigation Agency, (NIA) conducted searches and raids at Ernakulam (Kerala) and Murshidabad (West Bengal) in the wee hours of Saturday and arrested nine suspected terrorists for their alleged association with Pakistan-sponsored module of the Al-Qaeda in the country.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel declared terrorism is “our common enemy” as Europe reeled from another deadly attack on its soil.
Bhutan, a part of the Eastern Himalayas, is a tiny land-locked country hosting rich biodiversity apart from glaciers and snow-capped mountains.
The banking industry of Bangladesh has been facilitating payment, finance, and risk management services to the traders, and thus contributing remarkably towards trade integration of the country with other economies of the world.