These tragedies in Lebanon today are the most recent symptoms of a national emergency rooted in the culture of corruption in all facets of government.
Lebanon is grappling with the worst economic and financial crisis in its modern history, one that the World Bank has said is likely to rank as one of the worst the world has seen in the past 150 years.
Turkish and Syrian firms are providing the northern Syrian city of Idlib with 24-hour uninterrupted electricity for the first time in six years.
Part of Abu Dhabi’s clean energy push, the $32 billion nuclear power station risks destabilising a volatile region with detrimental consequences for the environment.
Faced with public outcry over chronic power cuts and rising pollution, Iranian officials have targeted energy-intensive cryptocurrency mining farms. But are they just a scapegoat?
Electricity have been gradually restored in most areas of Punjab, the most populous province, as well as the economic hub Karachi in the south, the country's energy minister Omar Ayub Khan said.
The blackout left millions of people in darkness and is one of the worst that the country has experienced.
A war is the last thing President Abdel Fattah el Sisi wants at a time when Egyptians are reeling from poverty and economic suffering.
Not everyone has access to computers and the internet to continue attending school from home.
The interim government and local councils announced the decision amid the Syrian Pound’s freefall as economic conditions worsened.
Iraq’s leadership has to deal with Covid-19, the Islamic Republic, the Daesh, and the United States.
Prime Minister Mustafa al Kadhimi, Iraq's intelligence chief and a former journalist, will head the new government. He will begin his term without a full Cabinet, however, after several ministerial candidates were rejected.
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