Despite the steady flow of war reports from the Defence Ministry of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR), there is no indication that the Sahrawis have made even the slightest advance in their plan to achieve sovereignty.
Hatice Cengiz, the fiancée of journalist and activist Jamal Khashoggi, who was barbarously murdered inside the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul in 2018, has made a public plea to punish the Saudi Crown Prince, Mohamed bin Salman.
Experts on U.S. climate diplomacy say the administration has been laying the groundwork for its new emissions pledge since the fall. It’s expected to draw on research from nonfederal analysts and think tanks that continued work on the issue during the Trump years when U.S. climate progress carried on in cities, states, and boardrooms while it languished in Washington.
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.
Despite a campaign lasting two decades, the nuclear industry’s dream of building hundreds of large reactors to lead the fight to save the planet from overheating has evaporated.
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.
Mr. Trong, who emerged on top in a power struggle at the last congress in 2016 and has spearheaded a “blazing furnace” crackdown on corruption in the last five years, was granted an exception to party rules which say people over the age of 65 should retire.
Oil and gas industry interest in remote surveys is surging amid pandemic lockdowns
After Bahrain, Sudan and the United Arab Emirates, Morocco has also decided to recognise the state of Israel.
The Armenian army reported attacks from Azerbaijan on two villages that are under the control of Karabakh forces.