While negotiations at the European Council continue unabated, an evident fact emerges from the European session: the current decision-making system is not adequate to deal with relevant and urgent problems.
In Nigeria, it is perhaps not the best of times to be a journalist or civil rights activist going by the spate of attacks on freedom of the press and speech.
How many people do not experience any symptoms after becoming infected with SARS-CoV-2? And what is their role in spreading COVID-19?
Losing the war The Syrian Civil War (or Syrian crisis)…
A market that for European companies is not only a great opportunity, but the natural outlet for what they have built over the course of generations.
In a surprising and confusing development, Russia claimed on Tuesday that it had approved the world’s first COVID-19 vaccine
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.
The post Brexit situation does not seem to be very…
A beginning of a multi-year bull market from the panic lows of March can be ruled out. Traders should remain alert.
In 2016, Germany’s domestic intelligence agency publicly accused a hacker group thought to work for the Russian state of being behind the cyberattack.
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.
State of Israel is not experiencing one of its best times. While Tel Aviv has managed to improve its position in the past decades, today there are many problems on the horizon.
It’s a vibrant democracy with a population roughly the size of Australia’s, yet few Aussies could name its capital, let alone its newly re-elected female president.
The volume of retail sales fell by 18.1 per cent comparing to 5.2% in March. Monthly decline was seen across all sectors, apart from non-store retailing and alcohol stores.
A major 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck the Aegean Sea on Friday and was felt in Turkey, Greece Bulgaria, Cyprus, Turkey, Egypt, Greece, Libya, United Kingdom, and North Macedonia.