Belgium and the Netherlands both cruised to 4-0 wins over Scotland and Estonia respectively in Euro 2020 qualifying on Monday, while Germany claimed a crucial victory over Northern Ireland
It is a catastrophe no doubt but on a colossal scale. The floods in Europe have, like the coronavirus, upended thousands of lives in a devastating way. Over 120 people have died and thousands rendered homeless as it started bucketing down over German cities and
As the world braces itself for the impact of climate change, significant research has revealed that global warming means more rain for Asian monsoon regions, which can be devastating for countries like India in the form of more floods.
The United States Federal Reserve’s tightening of monetary policy through raising interest rates which began in March this year is to continue despite the flat inflation line for July compared to June this year and the suddenly positive job statistics for July. The rest of the world, especially developing economies in Asia,
The Democrats’ long-sought tax and energy legislation finally passed by the Senate is a critical breakthrough in America’s effort to meaningfully reduce greenhouse-gas emissions. That’s the good news. More worrisome is what the bill fails to do to limit fugitive methane from oil and gas production. The legislation would levy
Here’s the best possible spin on the staggering $369 billion in energy and climate handouts included in the Inflation “Reduction” Act: It’s not as bad as last year’s draft. There’s nothing to reduce gasoline and electricity bills. Nothing to increase American energy production. Nothing to spur innovation. Instead, it will increase
The United Arab Emirates President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan is a role model for his nation. A visionary leader always leads from the front and makes his nation proud (“UAE President pilots a helicopter in the skies of the emirates,” Aug.12, Gulf Today website). UAE President His Highness Sheikh