Vietnam’s economic success: A possible paradise for foreign investors In…
There is no one in Syria quite like Ahmed al-Awda, a former rebel commander now on the payroll of Bashar al-Assad’s Russian allies.
Facebook (FB) has barred Australians from finding or sharing news on its service, a dramatic escalation of a fight with the government that may have wide-ranging consequences both in the country and around the world.
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.
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.
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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.
While the centuries-long dispute is over, at least legally, Indians rejoice the homecoming of their Lord Ram back to his birthplace Ayodhya.
The Democratic Republic of Congo faces the worst threat of all the time amidst battling the global pandemic.
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.
Gross Domestic Product figures from the Office for National Statistics show the UK economy was in bad shape even before the pandemic.
On May 3, as the world prepared for the worst, Eric Ries said: “It’s the best time to do a startup.” Let’s say that you know: in 2011 one of his books, The Lean Startup, sold over a million copies, which may seem few if you don’t consider that it was not a novel, but an essay on how to make a successful company.
The Republic of Somaliland is a sovereign, democratic State in the Horn of Africa, sharing its borders with Djibouti to the West, Ethiopia to the South, Somalia to the East and the Gulf of Aden to the North, with the coastline of 850 km.
The Ethiopian government forces have been fighting against a powerful regional government in the country’s northern region and hundreds are reported to have died.
The latest report from Met Office says that temperatures up to 40°C could occur ‘regularly’ in the UK by 2100, if carbon emissions continue to stay high.