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Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said in a policy briefing and video address that tourism is the third-largest export sector of the global economy, behind fuels and chemicals, and in 2019 it accounted for 7% of global trade.
Schools reopen on Monday, which means so does mask madness 2.0. Have you been cheering on the vaccination programme and thinking maybe the rubes we have in government aren’t quite as incompetent as critics like me have been arguing?
In an interview with AFP, ECDC chief Andrea Ammon urged European countries in particular not to drop their guard against a virus that “seems very well adapted to humans” and may require experts to tweak vaccines over time, as is the case with the seasonal flu.
The distinct aspect of the coup in Burkina Faso, where the army has taken over the government and President Roch Kabore, who was elected in 2015, and the constitution was suspended, was that the people have welcomed it.
A soccer star shot dead. Parliament gutted by fire. People trampled to death in riots. Even with the most spectacular crimes, South Africa’s criminal justice system can’t seem to keep up. For months, the nation has engaged in a lengthy
I found this piece of news interesting and refreshing. It seems that a rebooted version of the old Nokia mobile phone is back on the market. It’s been nicknamed ‘the brick phone’, rather unfairly I think. A brick phone is a phone that does