BEIJING , China--Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic on Wednesday questioned double standards practiced by certain countries over the territorial integrity and sovereignty of states.
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia--The main narrative of which is the alleged blackmailing of the world community by the Kremlin with the supply of Russian grain.
SEOUL, South Korea--On September 18th, the 8th Anniversary of the September 18th Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light (HWPL) World Peace Summit was held online with the theme of ‘Peace as an Institution: A Foundation for Sustainable Development’.
MOSCOW, Russia--President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilisation for the country's armed forces on Wednesday, with reports suggesting that up to 300,000 reserversist, about 1 percent of the mobilization potential, would be called up for military service.
The White House Intervention To Block Rail Strike And The Political Issues Confronting Railroad Workers
MICHIGAN, U.S.--The direct intervention of the White House to block a strike by more than 100,000 rail workers and, with the support of the trade unions, attempt to impose a sellout contract raise critical political questions for rail workers and the entire working class.
GENEVA, Switerland--Science and public health can benefit tremendously from sharing and reuse of health data. Sharing data allows us to have the fullest possible understanding of health challenges, to develop new solutions, and to make decisions using the best available evidence.
BEIJING, China--From September 14 to 16, 2022, President Xi Jinping attended the 22nd Meeting of the Council of Heads of State of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in Samarkand and paid state visits to Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan upon invitation. As the visit came to a conclusion, State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi briefed the accompanying journalists on the visit.
WASHINGTON, U.S.--The Turkish Defense Ministry announced on Monday that four Turkish soldiers had been killed during a military operation in northern Iraq—a sign of growing hostility between Ankara and Kurdish forces within Iraq’s Kurdistan region.
WASHINGTON, U.S.--The long-anticipated renewed round of war between the Federal Government of Ethiopia against the Tigrayans began at dawn on August 24. The first shots were fired on the southern borders of Tigray near the town of Alamata. Each side blames the other for firing them.
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia--According to Bloomberg TV channel, US Republican senators called on the authorities to introduce restrictive measures against insurers of oil tankers transporting fuel from Russia to China.
BANGKOK, Thailand--Agriculture and food ministers from APEC member economies are expediting actions on a regional and domestic level to combat food insecurity by encouraging digitalization and innovation, improving productivity, promoting diversity, prioritizing sustainability and enhancing public-private partnerships.
NEW YORK, U.S.--According to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), temperatures were close to 0.4℃ above the 1991-2020 average across much of Europe, with southwestern and western Europe being the most above-average regions, because of an intense heatwave around mid-July.
NEW YORK, U.S.--On June 15, 2022, Samin Ehsani, a follower of the Baha'i faith and an activist for children's rights in Iran was arrested and transferred to the infamous Evin Prison in Tehran.
BEIJING, China--China's newly released white paper on the Taiwan question showcased the historical and inevitable trend of reunification, with 1.4 billion Chinese people's determination, sincerity in practicing "one country, two systems" with compatriots in Taiwan island, and China's increasing strength in preventing external interference, analysts said during a symposium held by one of China's highest-level think tanks on Friday.
SEOUL, South Korea--On April 29th, 2022, the HWPL Peace Library was established for the first time in Madagascar in collaboration with four local organizations, including Ank’Izy, Actions for Integrated Development (ASDI), National Consortium for Citizen Participation (CNPC) Madagascar, and Malagasy Fampihavanana Council (CFM).
BEIJING, China--Samsung Electronics, the world's largest memory chip maker, said on Thursday that it expects mobile and PC chip demand would continue to weaken as macroeconomic uncertainties persist, according to Reuters. Earlier, US chipmaker Qualcomm Inc forecast lower-than-expected sales revenue for the current quarter as a slowdown in smartphone demand hit its mainstay handset chip business, Reuters reported.
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia--Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced the plans for The Line development at NEOM on Monday.
HONG KONG, China--President Ranil Wickremesinghe is confident a multi-billion-dollar bailout by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will enable Sri Lanka to have a functioning economy by 2024 but that’s cold comfort and a long way off for the millions of people left stranded with few prospects.