Since ancient times Egyptians depend on the Nile as demands for water is rapidly increasing in response to growing population, industrialization, food production and employment generation. The Greek historian Herodotus wrote, “Egypt is the gift of Nile”.
NASA published a feature on 7th of July, that looks at the continuous record of ocean height, as the satellites circling our planet allow to measure sea levels.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was widely expected to win a second term, buoyed by the compassionate and yet decisive leadership style under the crisis brought by the pandemic this year.
A very dangerous war threatens to break out again at the gates of Europe: the frozen conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over control of the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh.
The alert claims that the Chinese cyber warriors are expected to carry a massive phishing attack. It is possible that this attack will be disguised as an offer for the free Covid-19 test.
Lockdowns to curb coronavirus spread has spiked domestic abuse calls by 60% across the European Continent.
A third of the world’s population could be living in areas as hot as the hottest parts of the Sahara in the next 50years- Study says.
Gross Domestic Product figures from the Office for National Statistics show the UK economy was in bad shape even before the pandemic.
The robots donated to the Rwanda’s Health Ministry by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Rwandan Ministry of ICT and innovation will be mainly used for temperature checks, monitor patient’s status and keep medical records of COVID-19 patients.
The whole world is closely monitoring the possible evolution of the vaccine issue. With the increase (again) of cases in Europe and the worsening of the trend in many areas of the world, it seems that the only possible solution may be the vaccine.