In Central Europe, the Covid-19 pandemic has progressed in several countries that are now struggling to cope with high numbers of cases and overcrowding at hospitals. In the Czech Republic, the number of patients in intensive care has reached a new high
Russian officials said that the mass killing of sea creatures off the coast of Kamchatka, in the Far East of Russia, was most likely caused by toxic algae and not man-made causes. But, Greenpeace said it was still too early to tell for sure.
Following nearly two decades of war that killed tens of thousands, peace talks have begun in Doha, Qatar’s capital between the Afghanistan government and the Taliban.
After Bahrain, Sudan and the United Arab Emirates, Morocco has also decided to recognise the state of Israel.
Jeff Wilke, the CEO of Amazon’s worldwide consumer division, is set to retire early next year after serving the company for over two decades.
Afghanistan as a country which is already on a Humanitarian crisis, has fallen on its knees after the outbreak of the pandemic COVID-19.
As the White House has continued to push a narrative of a sharp recovery after a history-making recession, the economic data in large part has not been cooperating.
A rain of billions the EU countries had never seen. The cause is the biggest economic crisis since the Great Depression.
A portion of the Nanda Devi glacier broke off in Uttarakhand’s Chamoli district on Sunday, triggering an avalanche and a deluge in the Alaknanda river system that washed away hydroelectric stations, leaving at least ten people dead and 143 missings who are feared dead.
A rising yen accompanied the news yesterday that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will step down as Prime Minister of Japan for health reasons.
The banking union is a fundamental pillar of a monetary…
It has been one year. Exactly one year and one day from 7 February 2020.
7 February 2020 was Patrick George Zaki’s last day of freedom and his first day of pre-trial detention in Egyptian prisons.
Many countries around the world have implemented lockdown measures and conducting massive testing, while Japan managed the situation without taking such measures.
While the centuries-long dispute is over, at least legally, Indians rejoice the homecoming of their Lord Ram back to his birthplace Ayodhya.
The Middle East foes are engaged in brinkmanship on several fronts. The long-running and undeclared shadow war between the two most implacable foes