Belarus’ Economic Reorientation: Romeo Abdo’s Experience

Belarus’ Economic Reorientation: Romeo Abdo’s Experience

Relations between Belarus and Western countries after the elections deteriorated sharply, the European Union, Great Britain, the USA, Canada and a number of other countries gradually introduced sanctions against Belarusian officials, as well as individual enterprises, accusing Minsk of election violations and human rights violations. In June, the EU launched economic sectoral sanctions against Belarus. […]

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Print Media in Crisis

Print Media in Crisis

The National Print Media Network, the umbrella organization for print media in the country, says investment-oriented small print media is in crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its aftermath. The report on the status of small print media for investment distribution, prepared by the network’s research team in collaboration with the Nepal Press Council, […]

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12 teachers injured in clashes with police in Mahendranagar

12 teachers injured in clashes with police in Mahendranagar

Twelve teachers were injured in a clash with police here today. The teachers, who were staging a protest against the arbitrary decision of the Bindutanagar Mun icipal Corporation to adjust the teachers, were injured in the clash with the police. The dispute erupted after police tried to control the tense situation following a demonstration by […]

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Aid Tensions Rise as Haiti Quake Death Toll Tops 2,000

Aid Tensions Rise as Haiti Quake Death Toll Tops 2,000

Tensions are rising over the weekend’s massive earthquake that killed more than 2,100 people in Haiti, followed by a deep tropical depression and the slow pace of aid to victims. Crowds gathered outside a fence at a small airport in the southwestern district of Les Cayes on Wednesday as an aid plane arrived and crews […]

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July was the hottest month on record: NOAA

July was the hottest month on record: NOAA

The Earth sizzled in July, making it the hottest month on record in 142 years, according to the U.S. Weather Service. When extreme heat hit the United States and parts of Europe, the global average temperature last month was 62.07 degrees (16.73 degrees Celsius), breaking the previous record set in July 2016 and setting records […]

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