US state of Utah brings legislation to restrict screen time for children on social media. But can it solve the growing pandemic of mental health issues in minors due to social media use?
First female US vice president makes her first stop in Ghana, where she is expected to meet President Nana Akufo-Addo and visit a former castle linked to US slave trade before heading to Tanzania and Zambia.
The asteroid, named 2023 DZ2, will come within a third of the distance from the Earth to the Moon and will be analysed by astronomers around the world.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz's assurance that "there is no reason to be concerned" fails to assure the financial market sending many European bank shares tumbling as the week comes to a close.
Rate hike comes as Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell says recent collapse of the Silicon Valley Bank is not indicative of wider weaknesses in the banking system.
With gains of more than 70 percent so far this year, bitcoin has outpaced other major assets and has been trading near its highest in nine months.
As a result of climate crisis, seasonal water scarcity will increase in regions where it is currently abundant and worsen in regions where water is already in short supply, says World Water Development Report 2023.
Around 83 percent of all power capacity added last year was produced by renewable energy, which is derived from natural sources that are replenished at a higher rate than they are consumed.
World is "blindly travelling a dangerous path" as "unsustainable water use, pollution and unchecked global warming are draining humanity's lifeblood," UN chief warns in new report.
As Ramadan, the holy month of fasting and spiritual reflection for Muslims, approaches, mosques are being cleaned, streets and houses are being decorated, and people are busy shopping.
By brokering a difficult normalisation deal between Saudis and Iranians, the two Middle Eastern rivals, Beijing has shown that it can be a stabilising force across the turbulent region.
Referred to as “the greatest journey of a lifetime” by the 14th century traveller Ibn Battuta, pilgrimage to the Kaaba has been a source of blessings for Muslims around the world for 1,400 years. Here's how my journey to the holy sanctuary unfolded.
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