WHO says coronavirus is a pandemic The World Health Organization…
Fair-Trade Independent Tobacco Association (FITA) has been lobbying the government to lift the ban on cigarettes and tobacco sales even before the level 4 National lockdown regulations were announced.
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Typhoon Haishen has moved closer to Japan’s southern mainland, urging the authorities to evacuations and warn of possible record flooding, extreme waves, high tides and large ocean swells.
The Middle East is certain to face the continued movement of large numbers of people, first to the region′s calmer areas, yet, in many cases, beyond – primarily to Europe.
The first Arab space mission to Mars called the Emirates Mars Mission left from aboard a rocket from Japan, after an initial delay due to bad weather.
The world is facing another pandemic of plastics which is not a matter of surprise. Everyone is aware that plastic is detrimental to the health and environment.
Bahrain, the “kingdom of the seas”, in ancient times was the hub of the main trade routes between India and Mesopotamia.
The consequences of global pandemic COVID-19 have traumatized the whole world. In this scenario, we are entrusted to take all the possible measures to protect the world from another such pandemic occurring.
Various countries have started monitoring incoming travelers from China to try to avoid an uncontrollable spread of the virus, but the latest news from China are causing further alarm.
Several rallies and marches have taken place in Bolivia, in response to the call made by the COB, to protest against the postponement of the general elections. The mobilizations have begun in the departments of La Paz and Cochabamba.
In every single state, once the health emergency was overcome, thanks to the lockdown, the next urgency was to restart the economy.
In truth they represent the bridge between our epoch and that of Star Wars. It is no coincidence that NASA is willing to finance an ambitious program for the opening and management of the first lunar mines, in order to get our hands on those precious but unavailable 17 elements.
Turkey is in fact the sixth country in the world for international tourism destination and in 2019 the turnover was around $ 35 billion (17% more than in 2018).