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India rises six spots to number 40 on the Global Innovation Index 2022

The World Intellectual Property Organization has ranked India 40th in its Global Innovati…

Three killed, 15 missing in Brazilian Amazonas after bridge collapses

Firefighters and local media reported that at least 15 people are missing and three are c…

Grammy-winning rapper Coolio dies in Los Angeles aged 59

Coolio, a Grammy-winning rapper, died after he was found unresponsive at a friend’s Los A…

President of UAE meets Sultan of Oman to expand cooperation

A meeting between His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Sultan Haitham bin …

Wildlife in Kenya is being decimated by drought

Almost 2% of the world’s rarest zebras have been wiped out by Kenya’s most severe drought…

COVID-19 travel restrictions to be removed from Canada beginning October 1

According to a government announcement on Monday, all COVID-19 restrictions for travelers…

NASA spacecraft hits asteroid head-on in attempt to alter trajectory

In the first defence test of its type, a NASA spacecraft intentionally smashed into an as…

Lebanese economy collapse blamed for mass migrations as families mourn

A surge of voyages on rickety boats has been fueled by Lebanon’s financial collapse, whic…

94 people have been killed on a sunken Lebanon migrant boat

It has been reported that the death toll from the migrant boat that sank off the Syrian c…

Next-generation AirPods Pro and Apple Watch Ultra now in stores

Starting Friday, September 23, the most rugged and capable Apple Watch and the most advan…

Powerful Hurricane Fiona roars towards Bermuda and then Canada

Hurricane Fiona pounded Bermuda with heavy rains and winds early Friday on its way to nor…

Transport sector emissions are reduced by sustainable biofuels – Dr Jitendra Singh

As Indian Science and Technology Minister Jitendra Singh has pointed out, sustainable bio…

Mosque explosion in Kabul has killed four and injured 10

It has been announced that at least four people have been killed and 10 have been wounded…

Brad Pitt debuts as a sculpture artist in Finland

During a recent visit to Stavanger, the northernmost member of the EU, Hollywood star Bra…

Japan considers banning hotel guests without masks

The Japanese government is considering allowing hotels to refuse entry to guests who do n…

Weak dollar and supply concerns drive up oil prices

There was a notable rise in oil prices on Monday. This was due to a weaker dollar and sup…

Taiwan shaken by earthquake of 6.8 magnitude

Taitung County in eastern Taiwan was struck by an earthquake of 6.8 magnitude on Sunday, …

First Cheetah Rehabilitation Project in the world launched by PM Modi

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi today released eight wild Cheetahs, which had become …

Varanasi nominated as first-ever SCO tourism and cultural capital

At the 22nd Meeting of SCO Council of Heads of State yesterday in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, …

Suriname threatens legal action over the hit Netflix series Narco-Saints

The government of Suriname has said that it plans to investigate legal action against the…

PM Modi calls for diversified, resilient supply chains at SCO summit

At the 22nd SCO Summit today in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi atten…

Typhoon Muifa batters eastern China with strong gales and rain

As Typhoon Muifa made landfall at Zhoushan in eastern China on Wednesday, powerful gales …

Indian Coast Guard seizes 40 kilograms of heroin from a Pakistani boat

In the Indian waters off the Gujarat coast, the Indian Coast Guard and Gujarat ATS appreh…

Flights to Algeria are being expanded by Emirates

Emirates has announced plans to increase the frequency of their services to Algiers by ad…

Paris to darken Eiffel Tower earlier to save energy

In the face of deepening energy crises in Europe, the Paris mayor has announced that the …

Tourist visas to be waived by the Japan government

The Japanese government plans to waive tourist visa requirements from some countries as p…

Vegetables and fruits reduce death risk nearly 10 percent – Japanese scientists

There is evidence that regular consumption of sufficient amounts of vegetables and fruits…

Indonesia to host World Tourism Day celebrations in 2022

It is now only a matter of time before World Tourism Day 2022 celebrates its 25th anniver…

Etihad Airways increases flights to the United States

In response to the launch of Etihad Airways‘ brand-new A350 aircraft, and an expanded par…

Arrivals soar in Kenya in Jan-Aug this year, doubling tourism earnings

According to Tourism and Wildlife Minister Najib Balala, Kenya’s tourism earnings in the …

UAE President receives European Council President

His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan met today with Charles Michel, President …

UAE ranks 26th globally, 1st regionally in UNDP Human Development Report

According to the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)’s 2021/2022 Human Developmen…

Meeting with North Korea on family reunions is being proposed by South Korea

Despite long-strained ties between the rivals over the North’s nuclear weapons program, S…

Albanian government severs diplomatic ties with Iran after July cyberattacks

Albania has cut diplomatic ties with Iran and expelled its embassy staff. This is because…

More Bavarian monkeypox vaccine doses secured by EU

The European Union said on Wednesday it had secured an additional 170,920 doses of the mo…

Export growth in China sinks in August, while imports shrink

There was a drop in Chinese trade in August due to a decline in global consumer demand an…

Suicide bomb blast in Kabul kills two Russian embassy staff, four others

A suicide bomber detonated explosives near the entrance to the Russian embassy in Kabul o…

After leaving South Korea with winds and rain, Typhoon Hinnamnor leaves

In south Korea, Typhoon Hinnamnor made landfall on Tuesday, leaving thousands displaced a…