As a child growing up in Vietnam, Truong Manh Quan was acutely aware that his hard-working parents were battling to make do on the equivalent of a few hundred dollars a month.
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.
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Brunei Darussalam (Abode of Peace) is a small, independent state with the only ruling monarchy in Southeast Asia.
Lockdowns to curb coronavirus spread has spiked domestic abuse calls by 60% across the European Continent.
A steady stream of Trump administration officials is beating an early path to the exits as a protest against the deadly siege of the U.S. Capitol this week even as others wrestling with the stay-or-go question conclude that they owe it to the public to see things through to the end.
The Republic of Somaliland is a sovereign, democratic State in the Horn of Africa, sharing its borders with Djibouti to the West, Ethiopia to the South, Somalia to the East and the Gulf of Aden to the North, with the coastline of 850 km.
The appearance of pink ice on Italian Alps for the first time has been a marvel shared across the social media these days. The coloured Ice is also known as the “Watermelon snow” has been noticed at Presena Glacier, a popular winter sports region in Italy’s northern Trentino region, which is already experiencing the consequences of climate change.
Southeast Asia is quickly emerging as the Asian epicenter of the United States-China great power competition.
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.
China has finally reacted to US President Donald Trump’s offer to “mediate or arbitrate” on the Indo-Sino border dispute, saying that there was “no need for a third-party intervention” between Beijing and New Delhi.
The demographic growth of India is proceeding at an impressive pace. In a few decades it could overtake China and become the most populous country in the world.
The city government of Paris has been dealt an unlikely punishment: a fine of 90,000 euros, equivalent to $110,000, for appointing too many women to senior positions and breaking France’s gender-equality rules.
In the lead-up to the US presidential elections, candidates strategically hold back big, campaign-altering news until the month before
Myanmar is preparing for the two most important events of the year which, despite the restrictions for Covid-19, will be held with the times and methods already decided, albeit with some limitations