US President Joe Biden marked his first 100 days in office with a joint address to Congress where he repeatedly spoke of global cooperation in a major shift from the hawkish nationalism of his predecessor Donald Trump.
Could the planet finally be on track to limiting climate change? After US President Joe Biden ramped up ambitions with a climate summit, experts are cautiously saying yes — although a difficult path lies ahead.
Almost all shops will be closed and religious services moved online during the five-day period amid surging virus rates but critics say the German government is operating with “tunnel vision.”
The economic and financial crisis roiling Lebanon is the gravest threat to its stability since the 15-year civil war ended in 1990.
Online giant’s plans follow surge in internet traffic after pandemic restrictions drove more users and advertisers online.
New Zealand hopes APEC members will quickly agree on a list of products that should have tariffs removed and that the list will then be used as a template by other nations around the world.
Exports spiked 60.6 percent on-year in the January-February period, well above analysts' expectations, while imports rose 22.2 percent, with electronics and textile exports such as masks contributed to the spike in outbound shipments.
Beijing will spend $210 billion on defence amid high government debt and coronavirus as ruling Communist Party sees economic growth of "over 6 percent" this year.
Turkish defence giant ASELSAN’s revenue increased last year by 24 percent, reaching $2.23 billion, as the company signed export contracts worth over $450 million.
Turkey's foreign exchange reserves stand at $95 billion and are poised to grow larger in the coming days, says Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan while speaking to a Provincial Congress of his governing Justice and Development Party in Izmir.
From purchasing goods via online retailers, bill payments to donations, there are several ways that Bitcoin holders can spend the cryptocurrency.
Rating agency Fitch keeps Turkey’s credit status at “BB-” and revises outlook from “negative” to “stable”.
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