Known as a peacemaker, Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah, the 91-year-old ruler of Kuwait, died on Tuesday. He flew to the United States in July 2020, seeking medical attention after having undergone surgery.
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Ursula von der Leyen’s Commission appears better prepared than EU member states to face the second wave of Covid-19, after learning the lessons of the chaotic and disorganized first days of the pandemic last March.
Decades of crippling debt, drought and falling income have hit India‘s countryside hard and left the future of Indian farming in jeopardy. Recently, thousands of Indian farmers are demanding government intervention to help check dwindling farm income. In this regard, they began 10-day protests on Friday
A very dangerous war threatens to break out again at the gates of Europe: the frozen conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over control of the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh.
Bhutan, a part of the Eastern Himalayas, is a tiny land-locked country hosting rich biodiversity apart from glaciers and snow-capped mountains.
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A recent study described Jakarta as one of the cities threatened by rising sea levels due to climate change. Extreme weather, intense groundwater extraction and the destruction of mangroves are among the reasons of Indonesia areas sinking.
Brunei Darussalam (Abode of Peace) is a small, independent state with the only ruling monarchy in Southeast Asia.
Nicaragua is still one of Latin America’s least developed countries, where access to basic services is a daily challenge. The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic plus the violence that has prevailed in the last years, job losses, a fall in consumer and business confidence, and a decline in labour-intensive sectors
The Hagia Sophia (Ayasofya) is among Turkey’s most famous and fascinating monuments. This ‘church of divine wisdom’ was inaugurated by Emperor Justinian on 26 December 537 it was the seat of the Patriarchate of Constantinople and a principal setting for Byzantine imperial ceremonies, such as coronations.
More than 100 people are dead and thousands of homes have been submerged in some of Vietnam’s most severe floods in decades, with authorities warning that more bad weather is to come.
From Washington to Paris, from Berlin to London to Moscow, the various chancelleries are becoming increasingly concerned about Iran and the progress of the country’s work on uranium enrichment, which means that the “country with a Shiite majority” is getting closer and closer to acquiring the atomic bomb.
China has finally reacted to US President Donald Trump’s offer to “mediate or arbitrate” on the Indo-Sino border dispute, saying that there was “no need for a third-party intervention” between Beijing and New Delhi.