Most of 2020 was spent at home in sweatpants and pyjamas. The comfortable yet stylish fashion staples of last year are expected to continue trending this year too, predict fashion pundits.
I sigh. What a year 2020 has been. Reminiscing the events and incidents that took place this year sends shivers down my spine, occasionally. As we turn the leaf on another decade it’s time for me to bid adios to an unforgettable 2020
London mayor Sadiq Khan said on Friday that the British capital's New Year's Eve fireworks display, which annually attracts tens of thousands of people, will not go ahead on December 31 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Myanmar typically grants an annual amnesty to thousands of prisoners to mark its traditional Buddhist New Year holiday — which in previous years have been joyous affairs with city-wide water fights.
The year 2020 was unlike any for the world of cinema. Thanks to the pandemic, there were a lot of films, including the Bond movie “No Time to Die,” Marvel’s “Black Widow” and the long-awaited “Top Gun: Maverick,” whose release dates were delayed to this year.
Activists urged people this year to stage symbolic protests from the start of the holiday on Tuesday, including by painting a three-finger salute used by demonstrators on traditional Thingyan pots filled with flowers, which are typically displayed at this time.
The World Customs Organisation, WCO, has recently applauded the advanced procedures and services Dubai Customs delivers to its clients.
The 96-metre-tall Elizabeth Tower, one of the most photographed buildings in Britain, has been enveloped in scaffolding for the last two years as the four clock dials are reglazed, ironwork repainted and intricately carved stonework cleaned and repaired.
The Orthodox Jewish Public Affairs Council said on Twitter an attacker wearing a scarf stabbed the victims at a house in Monsey, Rockland County, about 30 miles north of New York City.
A total of 33 people were arrested in Ankara province — almost all of them Iraqi — while the others were held in Batman, Kayseri and Adana provinces. Turkey has stepped up raids on Daesh militants in recent months, and pushed to repatriate them to their countries of origin.