An electrician works on an electric switchboard of a local generator in Baghdad. Reuters
When the mercury soared to 52 degrees Celsius (125 Fahrenheit) this week in Iraq, Ali Karrar placed his baby for a couple of minutes in the fridge. But when the power went off on Thursday night across oil-rich Iraq, people were left at a loss
With growing demand for electricity, especially to meet the requirements during peak summer, the Government of Iraq is accelerating its focus on strengthening the nation’s power infrastructure through two new agreements signed with GE.
Minister of Power Dullas Alahapperuma said an unspecified "technical issue" at the Kerawalapitiya power complex just outside the capital Colombo was the cause of the blackout, which hit the entire nation of 21 million people at about midday.
When it comes to helping other countries be in terms of aid, equipment or money, the UAE has shown that it is in the forefront. Whether it is helping African countries facing critical conditions such as floods, treating those with major eye
The US and NATO have promised to pay $4 billion a year until 2024 to finance Afghanistan’s military and security forces, which are struggling to contain an advancing Taliban. Already, the US has spent nearly $89 billion over the past 20 years
On Tuesday morning, star Team USA gymnast Simone Biles withdrew from one of the finals events of the Tokyo Olympics, saying, “I have to focus on my mental health and not jeopardize my health and well-being.” Biles had