On the eve of a significant political shift, Taiwan stands at the forefront of a new chapter with the election of Lai Ching-te as President.
China’s Foreign Minister Qin Gang said on Monday that it is imperative to stabilize Sino-American relations after a series of “erroneous words and deeds” pushed them back below the freezing point.
Niue, a small island nation and self-governing territory in free association with New Zealand, is a hidden gem in the vast expanse of the Pacific Ocean.
While the centuries-long dispute is over, at least legally, Indians rejoice the homecoming of their Lord Ram back to his birthplace Ayodhya.
The study, a collaboration between the non-profit Center for Biological Diversity, Friends of the Earth and the University of Maryland, provides one of the most comprehensive analyses of the impact of pesticides on soils.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in a remarkable public address yesterday, accused the West of being the primary instigator of the Gaza Strip War and of cultivating a “crusader versus
COVID-19 is widely considered as a respiratory disease-causing respiratory failure and thus resulting in death.
At the Munich Security Conference, a platform typically known for addressing global security concerns, the foreign ministers of China and the United Kingdom held a sideline meeting.
In an increasingly interconnected world driven by technology, it is crucial to reflect upon the potential consequences of gradually losing touch with our humanity.
The German company Volkswagen announces that it is withdrawing from the Russian market. The auto giant is currently negotiating the sale of assets held at the Kaluga plant.
Saudi Arabia will not normalize its relations with Israel without the creation of a Palestinian state, the foreign affairs minister of this powerful Gulf monarchy said on Friday
Considered the seventh best country for expats as outlined by the Expat Essentials Index, Saudi Arabia marked the media cycle last week with a frenzy over its announcement that foreigners would be allowed to own property in Saudi Arabia.
Bank of England forecast regarding economy to shrink by 14% this year, which was noted as the biggest fall in 300 years.