Tag: Europe

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  • Coronavirus continues to spread after 50 people die in Iran, four in Italy

    Coronavirus continues to spread after 50 people die in Iran, four in Italy

    The Shia shrine city of Qom where a sudden rise of cases has been reported is believed to have affected many pilgrims.

    February 24, 2020
  • IS remains at centre of transnational terrorism threat: UN

    IS remains at centre of transnational terrorism threat: UN

    In this light, he urged UN member states to regain their primary responsibility for their nationals in terms of protection, repatriation, gender-sensitive and age-appropriate prosecution, rehabilitation and reintegration strategies.

    February 8, 2020
  • Iran ready to cooperate with EU to resolve nuclear deal issues: Hassan Rouhani

    Iran ready to cooperate with EU to resolve nuclear deal issues: Hassan Rouhani

    He expressed the hope that under new EU representative the relations between the Islamic republic and Europe will improve.

    February 4, 2020
  • Long live…, Long live…

    Long live…, Long live…

    Historians will take a while to conclude whether Brexit has been a “tragic national error”, as the detractors of the ruling Conservative party claim.

    February 3, 2020
  • World reactions to Donald Trump’s Middle East peace plan

    World reactions to Donald Trump’s Middle East peace plan

    Germany, the EU's most powerful player, echoed Borrell's point by calling for a balanced approach.

    January 29, 2020
  • Lockdown in China

    Lockdown in China

    Never in history has the occasion for boisterous nationwide celebrations been so direly dismal.

    January 28, 2020
  • Concert of Europe

    Concert of Europe

    “We have therefore been left with no choice, given Iran’s actions, but to register today our concerns that Iran is not meeting its commitments,” the three countries said in a joint statement.

    January 16, 2020
  • A magical land

    A magical land

    Formerly called Persia, Iran is a mountainous country located in southwest Asia and is famous for saffron, carpets, pistachios, fruits and more.

    January 11, 2020
  • ‘Martial, Rashford, James as good as any front three in Europe,’ feels Paul Scholes

    ‘Martial, Rashford, James as good as any front three in Europe,’ feels Paul Scholes

    Riding on goals from Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford on Saturday night, Manchester United eased past Burnley with a 2-0 scoreline.

    December 29, 2019
  • 3 children killed in landmine explosion in Syria, many injured

    3 children killed in landmine explosion in Syria, many injured

    The landmine is part of the leftovers of the rebels' weaponry in the town of Nasib which is located in the countryside of Daraa.

    December 14, 2019
  • 58 migrants drown as boat capsizes off Mauritania, says UN

    58 migrants drown as boat capsizes off Mauritania, says UN

    The UN agency said another 83 people swam to shore, while some 150 passengers including women and children were aboard the vessel, which had set sail from The Gambia on November 27.

    December 5, 2019
  • No Reign in Spain?

    No Reign in Spain?

    The Socialists have the best chance of regaining power but will need to forge a fragile alliance with the far-left Unidos Podemos (United We Can) party, which saw its number of MPs fall from 42 to 35.

    November 12, 2019
  • 14 MoUs signed between Netherlands, Himachal government

    14 MoUs signed between Netherlands, Himachal government

    The Netherlands had the largest overseas delegation participation in the event led by Vikas Chaturvedi, CEO of Valucent Group and Founder Chairman of ASSOCHAM Europe.

    November 11, 2019
  • Merkel calls Macron’s NATO ‘brain death’ comment ‘sweeping judgement’

    Merkel calls Macron’s NATO ‘brain death’ comment ‘sweeping judgement’

    Macron's comments came after the US president decided to pull troops out of north-eastern Syria last month without consulting his allies which initiated an offensive by the Turkish forces on Kurds.

    November 8, 2019
  • On the night staff…

    On the night staff…

    For long years, factories have been known to work on a 24-hour basis, admittedly split into three shifts. Why cannot all or most vocations attempt to work on a similar basis? Wherever practicable, the State should encourage establishments to work round-the clock. Perhaps, to begin with work- extended hours, say 12, 16, 18 hours and so on. Also, there could be a wider range of available jobs, as a lot of job openings are solely intended at workers open to shift work.

    November 7, 2019
  • US sanctions sought against Maduro supporters

    US sanctions sought against Maduro supporters

    Guaido in January assumed a rival presidency in Venezuela, alleging that Maduro's 2018 re-election was illegitimate, and is seeking international actions to oust the president.

    November 3, 2019
  • China appoints 1st special representative for Europe

    China appoints 1st special representative for Europe

    Wu has previously been a UN Under-Secretary-General for economic and social affairs and also a Chinese Ambassador to Germany and the Philippines.

    November 1, 2019