Thousands of people have been killed, two million displaced and hundreds of thousands driven into famine-like conditions since the conflict erupted in November 2020
Nureddin Nebati, who replaced Lutfi Elvan, earlier served as deputy finance minister and has expressed his determination to continue the policy of lowering the discount rate
Analysts have warned that none may be immediately capable of assuming the task, given the European Union's myriad challenges — ranging from internal disputes to the after-shocks of Brexit
The new era for the nation of 2,85,000 ends Britain's centuries of influence, including more than 200 years of slavery until 1834.
Images showed armed police surrounding a man standing on a sidewalk while holding what appeared to be a gun
Diplomat Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said negotiations were proceeding with seriousness and the removal of sanctions was a 'fundamental priority'
According to a draft agreement seen by AFP, the plans include a blanket ban on entering bars, restaurants, theatres and cinemas for anyone who has not been vaccinated or recovered from COVID
More cases are expected. Effective tracing is being done to limit transmission routes and prevent major outbreaks, the Oslo Municipality said in a statement
Evie Toombes, a para-showjumping star, was born with a medical condition called spina bifida, where the spine of a baby and the spinal cord, fail to develop in the womb. This results in a gap in the spine
The skysurfing enthusiast chose the pyramids of Giza as his backdrop and jumped from a height of 13,500 feet, attempting to win a world record on 1 November this year
Both sides decided to hold India-EU High-Level Platform on Smart Grid Replication, identifying possible opportunities and barriers for replicating and upscaling smart grid projects in India
Inside the tomb, archaeologists also found a skeleton of an Andean guinea pig, as well as remains of what is believed to be a dog. In the burial chamber, they also found traces of corn and other vegetables
Threat of Omicron keeps world on edge: Tracking new COVID-19 variant cases and restrictions across globe
Days after the new COVID-19 variant Omicron was identified in South Africa, more countries are moving to close their borders to stem its spread
On average, every American generates 130 kilograms (286 pounds) of plastic waste per year, with Britain next on the list at 99 kilos per person per year, followed by South Korea at 88 kilos per year.
Many others may be grappling with a sense of déjà vu and hopelessness – wondering how they will get their life and mental health back on track, again.
The renowned Indian computer company, National Institute of Information Technology (NIIT), first celebrated this day in 2001 on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the NIIT's establishment
"Globally, we have a toxic mix of low vaccine coverage, and very low testing — a recipe for breeding and amplifying variants," said WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus
After seven years of the BJP government, the education that is given to children is basically a British leftover
United Airlines makes history, operates first commercial flight using 100% sustainable fuel in one of two engines
The flight carrying 100 passengers, operated with one of United's new Boeing 737 MAX 8 jets with 500 gallons of sustainable fuel in one engine and 500 gallons of traditional jet fuel in the other
Ethan Crumbley was charged as an adult with two dozen crimes, including murder, attempted murder and terrorism causing death.