Australia moved to counter foreign interference at its universities on Wednesday, establishing a task force to help protect sensitive research, cyberdefences and free speech.
Saudi Arabia has joined an international maritime mission to protect commercial shipping in the Strait of Hormuz and other areas, Saudi state media reported on Wednesday, citing an official source in the defence ministry.
Angry at what they see as laws that benefit large private buyers at the expense of growers, tens of thousands of farmers have been camped peacefully at sites on the outskirts of Delhi for more than two months.
The statement comes a day after United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and Western embassies in Myanmar expressed serious concerns about the possibility of army intervention in Myanmar, a country ruled by the military for 49 years after a 1962 coup.
Canada implements further measures on Tuesday to protect the North Atlantic right whale, a critically endangered species, after six of the mammals died since June in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Children numbering up to 484 who have been exposed to abuse are being protected and provided care by Sharjah School Service Department.
Civilians must be spared in any Turkish military operation in northeast Syria, where the United Nations hopes that displacement and atrocities can be prevented, a senior UN aid official said on Monday.
Bangladesh has joined the select group of countries that manufacture world-class, large-scale PPE by shipping 6.5m PPE gowns to US brand Hanes for ultimate delivery to FEMA.
The Federal National Council is to discuss in its twelfth session next Tuesday a consumer protection bill. The meeting will be held remotely under the chairmanship of Saqr Ghobash, President of the FNC.
The Environment and Protected Areas Authority (Epaa) is participating in Wetex, the Water, Energy, Technology and Environment Exhibition organised by Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) and held at Dubai World Trade Centre from October 21st to 23rd.