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Australia announced on Sunday that the country was banning alumina exports to Russia following its invasion of Ukraine and offering humanitarian visas to Ukrainians. “The government has imposed an immediate ban on Australian exports of alumina and aluminum ores (including bauxite) to Russia overnight, which will limit its ability to produce aluminum – a key …

In Somalia, half a million people have been uprooted from their homes. One of them is Fatuma Ali. A sleeping mat, a metal bowl and two battered old cooking pots are all that remains of his former life. She and her six young children were forced from their home in southern Somalia when their farmland …

First published MARCH 15, 2022 Updated 13 minutes ago Covid-19 The government is set to announce a three-step plan to reopen the border to vaccinated tourists and visa holders, reports political editor Jo Moir Next month vaccinated Australian tourists will be able to travel to New Zealand without requiring isolation – advancing the reopening plan …

French President Emmanuel Macron has slammed the British government for failing to live up to its “grand declarations” on helping Ukrainian refugees. Speaking at the end of an EU summit, Mr Macron reportedly criticized Britain’s visa policy which required applicants to do so in person in Brussels or Paris. His comments come as the government …

Despite Kennan’s warning, the military-industrial complex has stopped at nothing. Since 1991, 14 new member states have been added to NATO. Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary General of NATO (whom I interviewed as pacifist Prime Minister of Norway) salivated on Georgia and Ukraine, two red lines for Russia. In January 2021, Zelensky approached Biden on his knees: …

The French authorities have decided to end another COVID-19 measure, after having assessed that the situation related to the virus in the country is relatively better and allows such a measure to be lifted. On Thursday, French Prime Minister Jean Castex said in a statement that from March 14, Monday, the obligation to carry a …

Elon Musk has rushed to Ukraine’s SOS by deploying yet more Starlink terminals in the beleaguered nation after Russia’s invasion knocked out large parts of the country’s internet. Ukraine suffered both power and internet blackouts following the initial military invasion, which hit the south and east of the country the hardest, according to Reuters. The …

The Federal Cabinet’s National Security Committee has begun talks to determine what additional responses Australia will provide to Ukraine following the Russian invasion. Prime Minister Scott Morrison convened the committee on Tuesday morning to finalize the lethal aid Australia will send and consider further action. The aid will come on top of the $4 million …

Boris Johnson welcomes moves to exclude Russia from Swift banking system Labor has called ‘shameful’ changes to new immigration rules introduced to help Ukrainians seeking refuge in the UK, as Boris Johnson pledged to continue supporting the country on arms. The relaxation of immigration rules comes after the government came under heavy criticism for failing …

news, local news, The Russian invasion of Ukraine has continued with thousands of Ukrainians fleeing Kiev and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy already revealing over 130 casualties. Prime Minister Scott Morrison also announced new sanctions against the powers that be and also promised to provide “non-lethal” military equipment and medical supplies to Ukraine in coordination with …

Chelsea’s Russian owner Roman Abramovich has reportedly once again been barred from living in Britain. The billionaire has not been seen at the home of his south-west London Premier League football club Stamford Bridge for months. He withdrew his application for a UK Tier 1 investor visa in 2018, after reporting delays in his application …

Foreign Secretary Marise Payne said it was an “obscene perversion” for Russian President Vladimir Putin to talk about Russian soldiers acting as peacekeepers in Ukraine. “Any suggestion that there is a legitimate basis for Russia’s actions is pure propaganda and disinformation,” Senator Payne told reporters during a visit to the Czech capital, Prague, after Russia …

International tourists and business travelers are arriving in Australia with few restrictions for the first time in nearly two years after the government lifted some of the most draconian pandemic measures of any democracy in the world By ROD McGUIRK Associated Press February 21, 2022, 01:19 • 3 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail …

New Zealand’s deportation policies are contributing to rising crime and drug abuse problems in the Pacific region, according to a recently released report. The report shows that from 2013 to 2018, New Zealand deported 1,040 people to Pacific countries, and 400 were criminals. Report author Jose Sousa-Santos says the Pacific is also becoming a ‘victim’ …

New Zealanders struggle to return home amid the country’s controversial isolation requirements Bobbi McEwan has not returned to New Zealand for about three years. The Whistler resident, from Cambridge on the North Island, was just over halfway through her two-year working holiday visa when the COVID-19 pandemic exploded, closing borders. In New Zealand, borders were …

Jalandhar: Around 2,000 international students – most from Punjab, some learning online and others on study visas – are being left behind with the sudden closure of three private colleges in the city of Montreal in Canada. from Canada Radio-Canada News at reported that all three colleges have filed for protection from creditors. In the …

Thanks for following our live blog on breaking news today. Prime Minister Scott Morrison defended his government’s response to aged care, saying ‘Australia is running this [aged care] better than other places in the world”. But NSW elderly worker Victoria Luff said the sector was in crisis amid COVID-19 outbreaks. Ms Luff said the impact …

New Zealanders are being punished for having high vaccination rates and low rates of community transmission, a hospitality official in Queenstown has said. Regional director of Hospitality New Zealand Queenstown, Darelle Jenkins, said yesterday’s announcement of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s reopening of the border, revealing a five-step plan – to expand, at this stage, on …

Late last year, Australia’s international border was finally opened, prompting meetings and relief at airports across the country. Key points: Australia’s international border remains closed to most, with only Australian citizens, residents and certain visa holders able to travel freely Scott Morrison said he hoped the international border would be open to tourists before Easter …

The decision came shortly after Australia’s immigration minister deported the unvaccinated tennis star from the country, days before the Australian Open. The Serbian government has revoked Rio Tinto’s lithium exploration licenses in a move that will appease environmental protesters who oppose a mining project undertaken by the company. Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said she …

Australia’s visa cancellation regime has been exposed as ‘dysfunctional and dangerous’ by the Novak Djokovic case, legal experts say, saying his deportation sets a ‘terrible precedent’ which could lead to ‘political and populist’ deportations “. The Djokovic case has drawn public attention to the so-called “powers of godheld by Australian immigration ministers, granting them extraordinarily …

Novak Djokovic flew out of Australia after the Federal Court upheld the government’s decision to revoke the tennis star’s visa. Novak Djokovic wears a face mask as he arrives at the solicitor’s office in Melbourne on January 16, 2022. Photo: AFP Immigration Minister Alex Hawke has announced on social media that the world number one …

By Ian Ransom and Sonali Paul MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Tennis world number one Novak Djokovic waited on Friday to hear whether the Australian government would cancel his visa for the second time as he aims for a record 21st major tennis title at the Australian Open from Monday. Djokovic, the defending champion, was included in …

France is expected to announce imminently that it is lifting the general ban on British travelers. Speculation, already rife, was further fueled last night when French politician Alexandre Holroyd tweeted: “Following numerous discussions with the government, significant reductions in border health measures will be announced very soon. “More details here in the next few days.” …

Karen Andrews, Australia’s Home Affairs Minister, on Saturday filed a demand asking “that the final hearing be adjourned until Wednesday, January 12, 2022” – five days before the tournament begins. No reason was given for the adjournment request, but it came just hours after Djokovic’s legal team submitted a 35-page document outlining the player’s defense …

In an effort to ensure there is no counterfeiting and also to facilitate the immigration process for passengers at the airport. If you are a frequent traveler abroad then this is for you. Indian citizens with ordinary passport will soon get the next generation electronic passport in which the secure biometric data of the passport …

coronavirus, Elders of the Aboriginal community accused the “anti-vaccine” camp set up alongside the long-standing Embassy of the Aboriginal tents outside the old parliament of being a risk to the health of the entire community. Canberra. They are angry that the ACT government did not act to move the makeshift camp. “The ACT government is …

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak said on Wednesday that the OPEC + group of the largest oil producers had resisted calls from Washington to increase production because it wanted to provide the market with clear direction and not to deviate from policy. The United States has repeatedly pushed OPEC + to accelerate production increases …

Xinhua News Agency: Dick Pound, senior member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), expressed his confidence in the Beijing Winter Olympics by saying in a recent interview that, “in the sense of having a host country that could organize and host a great Games from a perspective, there is absolutely nothing wrong with China ”. …

Scott Morrison has just joined TikTok – but Australia’s most popular politician on the social media app isn’t the Prime Minister, nor the man fighting to replace him. That honor goes to Julian Hill, a Labor MP from Victoria who you might never have heard of if you’re not a user of the app famous …

Holidaymakers have been banned from entering 13 countries as the Omicron variant continues to spread in the UK. In the wake of the devastating variant of Omicron, countries around the world have tightened their travel restrictions. The UK reported 633 variant cases on Thursday, December 16, bringing the total to 5,346. Read more: Latest travel …

A travel ban on arrivals from eight southern African countries has been lifted by the federal government. The ban was initially imposed in November over concerns over the Omicron variant of COVID-19. Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly said the ban was no longer needed due to the spread of Omicron to other countries around the …

Prime Minister Scott Morrison called on states and territories to ease their latest COVID-19 restrictions, as Western Australia announced plans to reopen its hard border to the rest of the nation. Speaking at the Sydney Institute’s annual dinner on Monday evening, Mr Morrison urged courts to “facilitate rather than dictate”. “The Australians have kept their …

“This reopening is scheduled – will take place in consultation with the Prime Minister, the National Cabinet discussion and the advice of the Chief Medical Officer.” The plan to move forward with reopening international borders comes amid the emergence of the Omicron COVID-19 variant. Read more The federal government announced on November 29 that the …

Scott Morrison is hopeful Australia can reopen to visa holders by Christmas as more information emerges on the Omicron COVID-19 variant and the vaccine’s effectiveness. The return of international students and other visa holders had been postponed to December 15 due to concerns about the strain, which appears to be more transmissible but causes less …

Australia will reopen its doors to international students and visa holders “when it is safe” amid uncertainty over the threat of the COVID-19 Omicron variant. The federal government has delayed reopening the international border until Dec. 15, as more is learned about the strain’s transmissibility and whether it makes vaccines less effective. “We’ll open the …

TEHRAN – On Friday, dozens of classic and vintage cars staged a rally in Mashhad, the capital of Khorasan Razavi province, which hosted a conference of Iranian and Iraqi tourism activists, the provincial deputy tourism chief said. More than 250 historic and vintage vehicles, including those manufactured by Mercedes Benz, BMW and American companies, took …

All fully vaccinated Australian student visa holders will have the opportunity to return to the Australian campus from December of this year. They no longer need to apply for a travel exemption. For indian students like Paramjot Singh, it’s something he’s been looking forward to for 20 months now. Last year seemed like a mess, …

Australia is set to make a major change to its border rules as the next groups of people allowed to enter the country are revealed. Fully vaccinated visa holders and international students will be allowed to enter Australia from next month without requesting an exemption, in one of the biggest changes to Australia’s border policies …

A file image of a Singapore Airlines A350-900 in Melbourne. (Rob Finlayson) The first international students to land in Australia in nearly two years landed on Sunday, as the two-way travel bubble with Singapore officially began. Like Australian citizens and residents, fully vaccinated overseas students from Singapore with valid student visas were free to travel …

Queensland’s borders are set to open this month, according to Prime Minister Scott Morrison. It has also been reported that 250 students would arrive per week in a pilot project that could be scaled up. indian student, Gill (name changed on request), doubted that any of this would amount to anything. The University of South …

England last faced Australia at Melbourne Cricket Ground in a test match in 2017 England’s Ashes Test vs Australia in Melbourne and next year’s Australian Open tennis tournament to see full crowds after the easing of Covid-19 restrictions in Victoria state . State Prime Minister Dan Andrews has said there will no longer be limits …

NAIROBI, Kenya – Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken’s first visit to sub-Saharan Africa was a great gesture of American support to the continent. But his first day also illustrated the frustrating limits of American influence. in a region in the throes of profound upheaval. As Blinken met with officials in Nairobi, Kenya, security forces …

KOWET-BEIRUT – Kuwait has taken the Gulf’s escalation against Lebanon to a new level as diplomatic and media campaigns are complemented by visa restrictions that may affect Lebanese expatriates in the country. Gulf sources do not expect such measures to stop in Kuwait and believe that the rest of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries could …

For three decades, Kelly Slater dominated the Australian waves. He first rang the iconic Bell’s Beach bell in 1994, then again in 2006, 2008 and 2010. Six times he has triumphed in competition on the Gold Coast. On their way to winning a record 11 world titles, famous breakaways across Australia have often provided an …

Arriving in Australia in 2018 with the hope of continuing his upward trajectory in his chosen field as an aeronautical electrical engineer, the Egyptian Ahmad Naser Aldeen found a unique way to tap into his passion for flying while gaining recognition his qualifications. After investing in acquiring an EzyMart convenience store along Elizabeth Street in …

Rafael Nadal (pictured) has signaled his intention to play at the Australian Open next year. (Getty Images) Rafa Nadal stunned his fans and announced he intends to play at the 2022 Australian Open after a long hiatus due to injury. The 20-time Grand Slam champion skipped the Tokyo Olympics and Wimbledon in a bid to …

CANBERRA, Australia – Sydney International Airport came alive with tears, hugs and laughter on Monday as the Australian border opened for the first time in 20 months, with some arriving travelers tearing off mandatory masks to view the faces of their loved ones from whom they have been separated for so long. “Just being able …

Tomorrow will be a day of celebration for many Australians who are finally on the verge of reuniting with a loved one abroad and returning home as limits open. But, for others, the grief continues. There are currently 46,800 Australians registered with the authorities as wishing to return home. And while getting to NSW, Victoria …

Unvaccinated players will be allowed to compete at the Australian Open but must complete 14 days of hotel quarantine after arriving in the West Indies, according to a leaked email sent to WTA players. The email from the women’s tennis governing body says fully vaccinated players will not have to quarantine themselves or remain in …

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has said that as the country prepares to open its international borders in the coming months, Singapore visa holders may be allowed entry. He told reporters, “We are in the final stages of reaching an agreement with the Singapore government.” “A few months ago, I met the Prime Minister of …

On a quiet Tuesday evening, a popular Christchurch pub closed for the last time. It was a sad end for Tom Newfield, the man who dreamed of bringing a vibrant neighborhood pub culture to central Christchurch five years ago. In 2017, Newfield opened the doors to Welles Street, its skillfully remodeled 1950s warehouse with its …

Tennis – Australian Open – Melbourne, Australia January 14, 2018 Tennis balls are pictured in front of the Australian Open logo ahead of the tennis tournament. REUTERS / Thomas Peter MELBOURNE, Oct. 19 (Reuters) – Unvaccinated tennis players and other athletes are unlikely to be granted visas to enter Australia, a government official said on …

No wonder Southeast Asia is now in a hurry to welcome tourists again: in 2019, the sector was worth $ 393 billion (340 billion euros) for the regional economy. For countries like Cambodia and Thailand, tourism accounted for around one-third and one-fifth of their total GDP, respectively. But the COVID-19 pandemic has hit hard. The …

Zahid can now travel to Munich for medical treatment Posted on: Tuesday, October 12, 2021 By: Bernama Text size: Kuala Lumpur: Former Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi can now travel to Munich, Germany for medical treatment after the High Court on Monday allowed his request to release his passport. Judge Datuk …

The SLAUGHTER of pigs on farms in Scotland has not been ruled out as protests mount against slaughter south of the border. An outcry was sparked after it was revealed Thursday that farmers had been forced to start slaughtering their pigs due to a shortage of workers at slaughterhouses and meat processing plants. Hundreds of …

A collaborative project between Australian and Afghan artists and journalists will examine the legacy of 20 years of conflict in Afghanistan through a series of art exhibitions and multidisciplinary events over the next 12 months. The Twenty Years Project kicks off Thursday, with a two-night public forum featuring Afghan musicians, poets, journalists and activists in …

The hated overseas travel ban will finally end next month – but thousands of people Australia desperately relies on have been brutally left behind. A few days ago, the government announced that the international borders would open at some point in November, having been closed for the past two years. While most of my friends …

Members of the European Parliament are set to step up their pressure for international prosecutions to be brought against Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko for involvement in acts of torture and mass repression. On Tuesday, Lithuanian MEP Andrius Kubilius, former Prime Minister, declared in Strasbourg that “Lukashenko must be brought before the International Court of Justice”. …

The military began supplying gas stations across the UK on Monday in a bid to end more than a week of shortages that have forced pumps to shut down and left motorists without fuel. Army tanker drivers underwent training over the weekend to deliver fuel across the country from Monday. The UK government said in …

The UK government is seeking to make thousands of visas available to foreign workers in response to the escalating crisis over fuel shortages and empty supermarket shelves. SOUTH AFRICAN TRUCK DRIVERS ARE IN HIGH DEMAND INTERNATIONALLY Nicola Digby, senior consultant at immigration firm Sable International, said applications would open in October 2021 and visas would …

Novak Djokovic could be banned from defending his title at the Australian Open because he refuses to be vaccinated against the coronavirus. The Victorian government appears likely to impose vaccines on all tennis tournament players in January, even though the state has passed 90 percent of the bites. Prime Minister Daniel Andrews asked if Djokovic …

LONDON (AP) – The UK government has extended an emergency visa program for truck drivers, as fuel shortages showed little sign of abating on Saturday, particularly in London and the south-east of the England. In an announcement Friday night, the Conservative government said temporary visas for nearly 5,000 foreign truck drivers it hopes to hire …

Minister of State for Tourism said on World Tourism Day Numerical Star Ratio Sun Sep 26, 2021 7:13 PM Minister of State for Civil Aviation and Tourism Md Mahbub speaks during a press conference at the Secretariat today, September 26, 2021 Photo: Collected “> Minister of State for Civil Aviation and Tourism Md Mahbub speaks …

THE Scottish government has called on UK ministers to hold an ‘immediate discussion’ on worker shortages as long lines formed at petrol stations yesterday. Scottish External Affairs Secretary Angus Robertson has written Home Secretary Priti Patel to demand urgent action on post-Brexit immigration rules. Drivers across the UK have faced long lines at petrol stations, …

Plans to offer 5,000 three-month visas to foreign truck drivers are “insufficient” to solve supply problems in the run-up to Christmas, according to business groups. The government has announced a temporary visa program that will allow 5,000 truck drivers and 5,500 poultry workers to take jobs in the UK until Christmas Eve, in a bid …

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his very first in-person meeting with President Joe Biden, raised a number of issues involving the Indian community in America, including access for Indian professionals to the United States and speaking about H visas -1B, Foreign Minister Harsh Vardhan Shringla said. Prime Minister Modi called his first bilateral meeting in …

After months of unsuccessful attempts to stop the fighting in Tigray, Washington has announced a new round of sanctions to be put in place if warring parties fail to reach a ceasefire or block humanitarian aid. The decree signed by US President Joe Biden and released on Friday was an explicit warning that sanctions will …

news, national, Naracoorte Rotarians are expanding around the world to attract new members among Afghans in the war-torn Middle East. The club welcomes new members who want to join its fight for Afghan friends in Naracoorte and Afghanistan. Club president Judy Stafford has been very busy in recent weeks, writing letters on behalf of the …

Every day at noon, a melodic chime echoes across the Caribbean island of Montserrat. For nearly two months, Krystal Bajkor, a visitor from North Carolina, assumed it was a clock marking the hour. “I thought it was just a lovable feature of the little island,” said Ms. Bajkor, a former financial analyst who is currently …

It can take up to 15 minutes for a meat worker to produce a steak from a carcass. For one of Australia’s largest beef companies, that means hiring almost one worker for every animal processed. In other words, it takes a lot of work. While many Australians like to eat meat, it seems there aren’t …

A former Afghan interpreter of the Australian Defense Forces was evacuated by the Dutch military to the Netherlands after his request for protection was rejected by the Ministry of Defense. Asad worked as a translator with the Dutch Army in Uruzgan Province from 2007 to 2010, then with the US Army in Kandahar, before joining …

SHAH ALAM (Aug 25): The High Court here allowed a defense request in a corruption case involving former Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi (pictured) under the foreign visa system (VLN ) to cancel today’s hearing. Judge Datuk Mohd Yazid Mustafa allowed the hearing to be canceled after Ahmad Zahid’s lawyer Datuk …

Dozens of Afghan nationals who worked with Australia in Afghanistan but did not obtain visas for at-risk employees were told they would be given priority in the larger pool of 3,000 humanitarian places. The move portends that some of the humanitarian locations announced by the Australian government after Kabul fell to the Taliban last week …

The Australian government said it had granted humanitarian visas to more than 100 Afghan nationals working in its embassy, ​​a day after announcing that their visa applications had been rejected. Conflicting information has caused confusion as thousands try to flee the Taliban regime. More than 100 embassy guards and full-time maintenance staff were told by …

The government has closed the Transtasman travel bubble for at least the next eight weeks. PM Jacinda Ardern said she would not risk the hard work of the 5 million-strong team in keeping the bubble open when the risk of the Delta variant is high. Five relief flights to bring stranded Kiwis home from Sydney …

Cabinet had met on Thursday to discuss the state of trans-Tasman travel arrangements after New South Wales registered 124 new cases earlier in the afternoon, so it’s the highest number raised in a single day. The decision to suspend non-quarantine travel was made following updated public health advice from officials, Ardern said, based on the …

TOKYO (AP) – Brisbane was chosen to host the 2032 Olympics on Wednesday, the inevitable winner of a race to an IOC-led city to avoid rival bids. The Games will return to Australia 32 years after the popular Sydney Olympics in 2000. Melbourne hosted in 1956. “We know what it takes to have a successful …

Newspaper columnist Katie Hopkins arrives in a wedding dress to the Conservative Party conference in Manchester, Britain on October 2, 2017. REUTERS / Phil Noble SYDNEY, July 18 (Reuters) – The Australian government has ordered an immigration probe against controversial British commentator Katie Hopkins after she was cited as bragging about breaking the country’s hotel …

AUSTRALIA is examining the visa of British right-wing commentator Katie Hopkins, who has bragged in detail about breaking hotel quarantine rules on social media. Home Secretary Karen Andrews has asked the country’s Border Force to conduct the review after Ms Hopkins told Instagram followers she tried to flout restrictions at her hotel by replying to …

A NEW petition has been launched calling on the government to introduce a Covid recovery visa for the hospitality sector. The petition was launched by the Oxfordshire Liberal Democrats, including Layla Moran, who has previously called for the introduction of the visa during Prime Minister’s Questions, said the hospitality industry “has been hit by a …

ReportBureau of Conflict and Stabilization OperationsJuly 12, 2021 The Biden Administration is committed to promoting democratic values that underpin a stable international system critical to freedom, prosperity, and peace.  This Administration will defend and protect human rights around the world, and recognizes the prevention of atrocities is a core national security interest and a core moral …

Updated Tuesday July 6, 2021, 11:28 PM by Denis Chabrol Haitians and Cubans in Bon Fim shortly after their arrest by Brazilian federal police. (Image file) The Caribbean Community of 15 Nations (CARICOM) justified the imposition of visa restrictions on Tuesday, weeks after Guyana reinstated those requirements for Haitians coming here over concerns over people …

Andrew Bolt urged Australians to change their mindset towards COVID-19 and to stop “hiding under the doona” as Sky News live blogs the biggest moments from tonight’s stellar opinion list. Getting vaccinated is the “key to our freedom” when it comes to COVID-19 – but “changes our mindset too,” according to Sky News host Andrew …

news, national Australia will face worsening skills shortages due to a decision to halve international arrivals ceilings until at least next year, industry groups have warned. From July 14, the number of people allowed into the country each week will drop from 6,070 to 3,035. It comes amid fears of a highly contagious strain of …

Australia’s plan to transition from COVID-as-crisis to COVID-like-flu that Scott Morrison announced is designed to send a positive message – and an exhortation – to a community jaded by lockdowns, aborted vacations and closed borders. But its most immediate and concrete measure is negative. The caps for returning travelers coming on commercial flights will be …

It is ironic that the dominant political leadership of the former state of Jammu and Kashmir, which was most heavily ridiculed and incarcerated by the dispensation from power following the August 5, 2019 constitutional changes, was invited by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to launch the political process on the territory of the Union – …

Almost four decades ago, a devastating famine ravaged Ethiopia, claiming an estimated 1 million lives. Now the United Nations says the country is on the brink of another famine, which could potentially rival the scale of the disaster that Ethiopia experienced in the 1980s, that is, if nothing is done. The crisis, which threatens at …

Agricultural application ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan categorically declared on Saturday that Pakistan would “absolutely” not allow any base or use of its territory for any kind of action inside Afghanistan. “Absolutely not! We are not going to authorize any bases, any kind of action from Pakistani territory into Afghanistan,” he told “Axios on HBO” …

Rosie Ayliffe (pictured right with daughter Mia left) wants the rest of the world to follow suit and remove compulsory farm work from all tourist visas after her daughter was murdered while working on a Queensland farm The mother of a backpacker who was murdered while doing his compulsory farm work in the Australian region …

Norway announced today that it will fund 16.8 billion crowns ($ 1.8 billion) out of an estimated total investment of 25.1 billion crowns for the first carbon capture and storage (CCS) project ) on a large scale in the world. The project is named Longship after the Viking ships. The Norwegian government will fund: A …

Domestic violence experts are calling on the government to provide emergency funds as shelters prepare for an influx of referrals amid fears the Covid-19 outbreak is fueling violence at home. At least 15 organizations of violence against women and girls, including Women’s Aid, signed a letter to the Department of Housing, Communities and Local Government …