In the final months of 2019, an unexpected series of events unleashed the perfect storm in Bolivia. After a contested election and mass protests,
The ongoing oil pollution incident involving the grounded 203,000 DWT bulk carrier MV Wakashio is causing an ecological disaster on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius, endangering corals, fish and other marine life which are already affected by climate change.
Tunisia is extending its virus curfew and banning demonstrations as the country is trying to stem a rapid rise in infections and calm tensions after a week of protests and rioting over economic troubles. New clashes between protesters and police broke out Saturday hours after the new virus restrictions were announced.
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.
In the lead-up to the US presidential elections, candidates strategically hold back big, campaign-altering news until the month before
Iceberg A-68 size has visibly decreased over the past few years. In 2020 a chunk of ice broke from the iceberg, measuring 175 square kilometres and this footage was taken by the European Space Agency’s satellite called Sentinel-1.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced on Friday that due to the current severe COVID-19 situation in the city, the Legislative Council (LegCo) election scheduled for September has been postponed to September 5 next year.
Megadrought emerging in the western U.S might be worse than any in historical record, new study says.
“The time to buy is when the blood runs in the streets.” This phrase by Nathan Mayer Rothschild, a historic English banker at the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries, always comes to mind whenever a moment of serious economic crisis has to be faced.
The international organization ASEAN has set an ambitious target of securing 23 percent of its primary energy from renewable sources by 2025.
In 2016, Germany’s domestic intelligence agency publicly accused a hacker group thought to work for the Russian state of being behind the cyberattack.
The Bahrain Tourism Office and Exhibitions Authority (BTEA), recently launched a new marketing campaign called #WeWillMeet.
After the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain has also started diplomatic relations with Israel. But the Middle East is still split.
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Hundreds of Guatemalans partly burned the Congress building Saturday in a protest demanding the resignation of President Alejandro Giammattei, following the passage of a budget that has sparked outrage in the impoverished Central American nation.