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Hundreds of thousands of young people taking to the streets across the globe sends a loud and clear message that decision-makers do not anymore have the luxury of dilly-dallying
A man wielding a skewer and knife went on the rampage in the French city of Lyon on Saturday, leaving a 19-year-old man dead and eight others injured, including three critically.
Bolsonaro responded on Sunday to a Facebook post that compared the looks of his wife Michelle, 37, with Macron's 66-year-old wife Brigitte. "Do not humiliate the man hahahah," Bolsonaro wrote, in a comment widely criticised as sexist.
The seas are rising relentlessly but not the world leaders. It’s hot even in the Arctic but decision-makers are cool. Young people are on the streets protesting against inaction, but heads of states huddled together in Osaka, Japan for the G20 meeting with facile jokes, embarrassing handshakes and posed smiles.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan won the presidential run-off on Sunday. This was evident even during the inconclusive first round when he missed the 50 per cent mandated mark by 0.5 per cent. The general expectation, especially in the West, was that he might lose after 20 years in power. But the challenge proved to be inadequate.
Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona recently confirmed that student loan repayments would begin again later in 2023, delivering what is likely to be a severe financial shock to borrowers who have not had to make payments for three years. This puts greater urgency on lawmakers to fix the flaws in the best idea for
Amid needless display of political discord and street protests against deficiencies of the democratic system, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday inaugurated and dedicated to the nation a new Parliament building, which he said represented the aspirations of India’s 1.4 billion people. The building was constructed as part
There is no doubt that it was the toughest decision for the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan who announced in January that elections will be held in the country on May 14 (“Erdogan declares victory in Turkey runoff election,” May 28, Gulf Today website). According to the report, Turkish President Recep Tayyip