The African Union has expressed concern about the ongoing political crisis in Zimbabwe, calling on the country’s military to halt their actions in what “seems like a coup” against President Robert Mugabe.
China understands and supports the Spanish government’s efforts to protect the country’s unity and territorial integrity, China’s Foreign Ministry said on Thursday, amid moves by Catalonia to declare independence.
The United Nations children's agency (UNICEF) has warned that the lives of tens of thousands of children in Mali are being threatened by acute malnutrition as violence and instability fuel a deepening nutrition crisis in the West African country.
If a week is a long time in politics, a decade is a lifetime in the financial markets. Given the scale of the backlash against the banking industry since the financial crisis, the relentless drip feed of scandal, and the barrage of new regulations — you might have expected that the industry had been transformed over the past 10 years.
A member of Majlis (Iran’s Parliament) National Security and Foreign Policy Committee said on Thursday that separation from Iraq will endanger Kurdistan Region's economy and intensify the cultural and social crises in that region.
People are facing hard times as pollution menace is increasing in the Kothagudem district in the Indian state of Telangana, observed the Member of Parliament and Parliamentary standing committee Chairperson G Renuka Chowdhary.
During and after the global financial crisis, one trend in global income inequality accelerated while another, opposing trend, appeared to stall. Between-country inequality continued to shrink, as it had been doing for decades.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday embarked on a visit to the Persian Gulf region aimed at defusing the stand-off around Turkey’s ally Qatar, saying no one had an interest in prolonging the crisis.