Heavy rains in China’s Southwest Sichuan Province have claimed the lives of 12 people, while 10 others are missing by far. The news has been confirmed by local authorities on June 28. County officials said search and rescue efforts are underway. It has been intensely raining since Friday in partsContinue Reading

Syria has been targeted by Iranian-backed forces on June 28 that has claimed the lives of nine people. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said that the airstrikes targeted positions of Iranian-backed forces in the desert region, in the countryside of Al-Bukamal city in the eastern countryside of Deir al-ZourContinue Reading

Stating the infrastructural and practical limitations at hand, the Election Commission of Somalia has announced that the upcoming Parliamentary and Presidential elections will not take place as scheduled. The Parliamentary elections were scheduled for November 27 and the President’s term ends on February 8, 2021. Holding both elections on timeContinue Reading

With an intention to increase the pace of the negotiations on a deal to define their post-Brexit relations, on June 29, the EU and Britain has launched an intense five weeks of new round of talks. Brussels will host the first round of the talks and the meetings will alternateContinue Reading

On June 28, China has started the operation of a new high-speed railway route that will connect east and central China. Officials state that the new route will connect the city of Shangqiu in central China’s Henan Province, and Hefei and Hangzhou, the capital cities of east China’s Anhui andContinue Reading

13 new Coronavirus cases were reported on the Chinese mainland on Thursday, June 25, confirmed Chinese health authorities today, June 26. Of the total 13 cases, 11 were local transmissions while the remaining two were imported, they added. No additional deaths have been reported. In its daily report, the NationalContinue Reading

The UK’s committee on Thursday, June 25, released its progress report on climate change. The report is released annually, accessing how well the government has done in the previous years and what needs to be done better. This year’s report is significant as it advises the government on the waysContinue Reading

The office of an activist whose anti-North Korea leafleting campaign has escalated tensions on the Korean Peninsula, has been raided by the South Korean Police on Friday, June 26. Park Sang-hak, a North Korean refugee has been in the spotlight after North Korea abruptly used his campaign of having launchedContinue Reading

Targeting President Jair Bolsonaro’s eldest son, Brazil’s corruption investigation, opening the door to efforts to throw out evidence in the trial, will move to a special Rio de Janeiro court, said the state court, on Thursday, June 25. While announcing the move, the court said that at the time whenContinue Reading

As FIFA chose a joint bid from Australia and New Zealand on Thursday, June 25, the two countries will be hosting the 2023 Women’s World Cup. “The 2023 event will be the largest, and no doubt the best, Women’s World Cup that has ever been staged,” said Australian Prime MinisterContinue Reading