Southeast Asian economies are having a big impact from the global economic crisis caused by the spreading of the pandemic.
Even though we were living during the time of the literal pandemic, it was just another normal day for some of us and I was one of those few people.
The leaders of African Nations headed last weekend to Addis Ababa for the African Union Summit. The summit’s theme this time was “Silencing the guns: creating conducive conditions for Africa’s development”
Economic upheavals in modern global history have often been succeeded by promising periods of reinvention and revival.
“We received a call from the government of Madagascar, who asked for help with scientific research”
India, New Delhi is collaborating with Bhutan to carry out Phase-3 trials of Covid-19 vaccine candidate. India since the beginning of the pandemic in May 2020 till date has dispatched seven consignments of essential medications to Bhutan under the aegis of the SAARC Emergency Covid-19 fund initiated by Prime Minister of India.
Saudi Arabia is one of the most important oil producer and the first exporter of petroleum liquids in the world; its economy is founded on oil, petroleum-based fuel and liquids,
Sunday, August 2nd. More than 10,000 protesters invaded the centre of Jerusalem. They participated in the new demonstration against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
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 EU is launching a coordinated vaccine rollout to fight Covid-19, in what the bloc’s top official says is a “touching moment of unity”.
A rain of billions the EU countries had never seen. The cause is the biggest economic crisis since the Great Depression.
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.
Myanmar is preparing for the two most important events of the year which, despite the restrictions for Covid-19, will be held with the times and methods already decided, albeit with some limitations
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