Today the world is again helplessly drifting into a ‘great’ depression as engineered and precipitated by a pandemic, the origins of which still a mystery.
The American embassy in Baghdad has partially withdrawn its staff ahead of the first anniversary of the U.S. killing of top Iranian general Qassem Soleimani in the Iraqi capital, media reports said Thursday.
As the nation’s biggest banks prepare to report their latest earnings next week, these titans of Wall Street face a conundrum.
Amid the literal pandemic and the bad shape of the economy, Nepal has a new obstacle to fight against. Landslides set off by heavy rainfall this weekend and killed many people and left many more missing in a hilly region of Nepal that borders Tibet.
The 37th Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival in China have opened to visitors, featuring frozen towers, palaces and castles.
Bhutan, a part of the Eastern Himalayas, is a tiny land-locked country hosting rich biodiversity apart from glaciers and snow-capped mountains.
On Sunday afternoon Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled conditional plan that aims to slightly ease restrictions leading to reopen society. In the pre-recorded message, key steps leading to lift strict measures were presented in a COVID Alert System.
COVID-19 is widely considered as a respiratory disease-causing respiratory failure and thus resulting in death.
The coronavirus pandemic is upsetting the energy industry and pushing its major players to make big changes. This includes Saudi Aramco, the world’s largest and most profitable oil producer.
Inflation in the euro area stood at 0.4% in July, rising from 0.3% in June and 0.1% in May. But the data released by Eurostat conceals profoundly different situations between individual countries.
When will we get a vaccine against COVID-19? Clinical trials…
In almost all countries, wearing the mask is near-universal in public places and are mandated in others. While we all make it look like a new normal, there is a whole another country with a lot of people pushing back about covering up.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel declared terrorism is “our common enemy” as Europe reeled from another deadly attack on its soil.
These 12 island nations have a lot in common. They have similar profiles in terms of poverty, numbers of incoming tourists, but as we will see here, all have had slightly different approaches and timelines to protecting themselves from the virus.