German Chancellor Angela Merkel declared terrorism is “our common enemy” as Europe reeled from another deadly attack on its soil.
There’s only one certainty about travel in the remainder of 2020: It’s going to be different.
Demonstrations took place in Bristol on Sunday 21, against the Government’s new Police, Crime and Sentencing Bill which imposes new restrictions on the right to protest, which passed its second reading in UK Parliament last Tuesday, March 16, and would see an increase in police powers, including allowing a start and finish time to be imposed on demonstrations.
Hong Kong’s Chief Executive, Carrie Lam has recently warned that the hospital system of Hong Kong is on the verge of significant collapse, as the region is facing a sharp rise in the cases of COVID-19. He pleaded with residents to follow new strict measures to stop the spread of the virus.
The COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t just a shock to the human immune system. It was also a shock to the Earth system, dramatically changing the air quality in cities around the globe.
Lockdowns to curb coronavirus spread has spiked domestic abuse calls by 60% across the European Continent.
Treatment, drugs and loans. The strategy of Moscow and Beijing is based on the offer of treatments and resources to manage the health emergency, to replace the West and exploit the resources of the countries of the region
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Leaders of seven southern European countries on Thursday urged Turkey to end “unilateral and illegal activities” in the eastern Mediterranean and resume dialogue to ease tensions in the region.
Last week, a research team of UK announced a breakthrough drug which created hope for people who are severely ill by COVID-19.
The COVID-19 pandemic and its implications are not only unprecedented but harrowing. We are all adjusting to new realities and grieving the loss of old ones
In relation to GDP, Croatia, Bulgaria and Greece receive more non-repayable loans: 10% of GDP is reached. Italy wins the ranking in absolute terms, but free funds are limited to 1.9% of our economy. Austria, the Netherlands, Denmark and Sweden have red accounts. But the timing between collections and payments makes the difference.
War, as it sounds dreadful, yet it appears pleasant to few; for those who make most out of it and are constantly seeking new conflicts.