The European Union is aiming for a more coordinated policy for its diplomatic and commercial relations with the various countries in the Middle East.
The whole world is mourning over the one million surpassed deaths of COVID-19. According to C.D.C, the United States reports the highest COVID-19-attributed infections and deaths, accounting for 21% of global deaths
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On July 13, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, announced changes in U.S declaratory policy on the South China Sea.
The world entered the COVID-19 pandemic with persistent, pre-existing economic imbalances. Although the economy still coping up with the COVID-19 crisis, the external outlook is highly uncertain.
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.
It seems that Qatar is also in negotiations to normalise its relations with Israel, following the recent normalisation of ties between the Jewish state, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain (August 2020).
Twitter permanently banned President Donald Trump on Friday, days after a pro-Trump mob stormed the US Capitol leaving five dead.
The pandemic and the effects of the lockdown on global industrial production have hit the coffers of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
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Bahrain’s economy is closely linked to the fluctuation in global crude oil prices as the rest of the region. However, its impact is much smaller compared to other Gulf countries due to the relatively diverse nature of the Bahraini economy.
“India’s measure selectively and discriminatorily aims at certain Chinese apps on ambiguous and far-fetched grounds, runs against fair and transparent procedure requirements, abuses national security exceptions and (is suspected of) violating WTO rules,” Ji Rong, spokesman at the Chinese embassy in New Delhi, said in a statement.