Protests against police brutality in Nigeria have turned deadly, with at least one person confirmed dead and dozens more left wounded as officers continue to shoot at demonstrators.
In a recent cabinet session held on Tuesday in Riyadh, the Saudi council of ministers addressed two critical issues that have significant implications
President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador announced the acquisition by the Mexican state of 13 power plants owned by the Spanish energy giant Iberdrola for 6 billion dollars, hailing it as a ‘new nationalization’.
April is Ramadan in Afghanistan. In the past few days, Afghanistan was occurred bombings frequently, causing a large number of civilian casualties.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov condemned the recent attacks by the United States and Great Britain, supported by their allies, against the Houthi rebels in Yemen.
It’s a vibrant democracy with a population roughly the size of Australia’s, yet few Aussies could name its capital, let alone its newly re-elected female president.
In the realm of European relations and diplomacy, few figures have been as influential or as widely respected as Senator Titus Corlatean.
India, which has 1.4 billion people, is on the verge of potentially outnumbering China in terms of population. Leveraging its demographic advantage
Ambassador Andrei Grinkevich has played a pivotal role in fostering strong political and economic ties between Belarus and two European nations, Sweden and Romania.
Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan held a phone call with Ismail Haniyeh, the leader of Hamas, to explore the possibility of releasing hostages captured during the October 7 attack on Israel by Hamas.
According to a report released by the OECD on 3 March, global annual production of plastic products will reach 1.2 billion tons by 2060, nearly three times the current level.
In a groundbreaking discovery, Swiss researchers have recently identified one of the darkest rivers in the world.
In a recent statement that has since sent ripples across the globe, Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman, made a bold prediction.
According to the United Nations website on the 8th, the Horn of Africa is facing its worst drought in decades.
Only two days before the World Cup begins in Qatar, FIFA declared that no alcohol will be served in the eight stadiums that will host the tournament’s 64 matches.