The COVID-19 crisis has adversely affected not only the health and health-care facilities across the globe but also the sectors such as economy. The developing world has been hit the worst by this crisis. According to the United Nations Development Program, the growing COVID-19 crisis threatens to disproportionately hit developingContinue Reading

As soon as the government eases restrictions for both local and international travel, bringing to an end months of lost revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Kenya Airways-KQ expects passenger flights to return to the skies. In the latest annual report, KQ stated, “There is reasonable expectation that the flightsContinue Reading

The tensions seem to rise between Israel and Gaza rulers Hamas over former’s plan to annex parts of the occupied West Bank. The army said that Israel retaliated by air and tank fire on Monday, June 15, against Hamas positions after a rocket was fired into Israel from the GazaContinue Reading

As many nations open borders to fellow Europeans after three months of Coronavirus-induced lockdowns, Europe has taken a big step toward a new normality. In this big move, an official European Union website “Re-open EU” or, began taking tourists’ questions on Monday, June 15 as the European Union member statesContinue Reading

The unification ministry of the Republic of Korea (ROK) confirmed that the inter-Korean liaison office in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s (DPRK) border city of Kaesong was blown up at 14:49 local time Tuesday, June 16. The liaison office was launched in September 2018 to facilitate inter-Korean exchange andContinue Reading

Bringing to an end a 24-day streak of zero infection in the country, New Zealand on Tuesday, June 16, confirmed that it has reported two new cases of the Coronavirus, who both travelled to the UK. This comes after New Zealand, one of the first countries across the world toContinue Reading

Non-Aligned Movement recognises the significance of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). NAM believes that equity and inclusiveness are two important indicators of successful achievement of the SDGs. Thus, NAM has called upon its Member States to create conditions of economic growth with equality. Vision 2025 plan in Sri Lanka isContinue Reading

In order to allow registered students to sit for the various public examinations, Sierra Leone has decided to temporarily reopen schools in July. So as to curb the spread of the virus in the schools, the country has set an Emergency Education Taskforce that will be responsible to handle theContinue Reading

Witnessing recent surge in the number of COVID-19 positive cases pertaining to the reopening of the economy, Botswana has decided to bring back a strict coronavirus lockdown in its capital city, Gaborone, and the surrounding areas. The diamond-rich southern African country ended a 48-day national coronavirus lockdown in the endContinue Reading

Iran has been jolted by an earthquake of magnitude 5.1 on June 14. According to Iran’s Seismological Centre, the earthquake hit Beiram region, in Iran’s southern Fars province. Iran’s Seismological Centre stated that the epicentre of the earthquake, which took place at 22:35 p.m. local time (1805 GMT), was atContinue Reading