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.
A contentious near-total ban on abortion in Poland went into effect late Wednesday, despite rampant opposition from hundreds of thousands of Poles who began protesting in the fall in the largest demonstrations in the country since the 1989 collapse of communism.
There’s only one certainty about travel in the remainder of 2020: It’s going to be different.
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 rampant escalation of COVID-19 outbreak, across the world, has acutely impacted almost everyone, in one way or the other, and triggered significant downside risks to the overall global economic outlook.
Saudi Arabia has decided to reopen its land, air and sea borders with Qatar, ending more than three years of isolation of the latter from the Persian Gulf states.
Social media is full of “Pray for Lebanon” hashtags yesterday and today after the massive blast that has occurred in the Lebanese Capital, Beirut on Tuesday.
In the First Five-Year National Development Plan, an amount of $100 million was allotted by the government where importance was given to the development of communication and telecommunication, agriculture and fisheries, infrastructure and resettlement schemes, education, and medical services.
During the late 1990s, Taiwan was often touted as a best-case scenario of democratization. Despite internal national identity divisions, its authoritarian past, and the military threat from China, Taiwan went through a remarkably smooth and peaceful democratic transition.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Japan’s longest-serving premier, said he was resigning because of poor health, ending a stint at the helm of the world’s third-biggest economy during which he sought to revive growth and bolster its defenses.
The website for Greenlight Advantage Group calls chairman and founder Dr. Terrence Cash, “the nation’s No. 1 business, money and wealth coach” and Dr. Cash’s LinkedIn page says he’s been chairman and CEO of the Orlando company since 2010.
China was the first country to be affected by the Coronavirus, consequently the first to suffer serious economic repercussions. However, its economic recovery appears to be more than satisfactory.
World meteorological organization (WMO) emphasizes the dangers of lightening as many lives it claims every year. In 1975, 21 people in Zimbabwe were killed when a single lightning flash that hit the hut they were sheltering.
As the country spends another month in lockdown, record falls affected all areas of the activity – noticeable changes seen in the production, services and construction.
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