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New UNDP report projects that the number of those killed as a result of Yemen’s war could reach 1.3 million by 2030.Published On 23 Nov 202123 Nov 2021A new United Nations report has projected that the death toll from Yemen’s war will reach 377,000 by the end of 2021, including those killed as a result…
Is business travel dead? It’s a question that many executives are asking themselves going into the new year. We’re all so accustomed to virtual meetings and remote work that perhaps there’s no need to get on a plane and travel halfway around the world to meet someone. That’s especially the case when it seems a…
The World Energy and Environment Council (WEEC) has awarded GRS Hydrogen Solutions Inc, Founder, and CEO Albert Cerenzie with the highest award for work in reducing global emissions.  The WEEC is a global platform aimed to address the serious issues and environmental challenges faced by turning the...
Official in Ituri province says six children, two women among those killed when CODECO rebels raided Drodro village.Published On 22 Nov 202122 Nov 2021Armed rebels have killed at least 12 people during an attack on displaced civilians in the northeastern Ituri province of Democratic Republic of Congo, a military spokesperson said. Fighters from the Cooperative…
Australia and the United Kingdom have formally signed a free trade agreement (FTA) that promises to create more jobs and business opportunities for Australians.  The agreement, which was reached in principle in June, is expected to increase trade by more than $10 billion per year. It is also the first FTA signed by the United…
In the wake of the pandemic, supply chain issues have plagued much of the world, leading to delivery delays at all points in the chain. Today, national employer association Ai Group has released a report exploring recent business experiences of supply chain pressures.   What has caused the supply slowdown? Global supply chains have been under…
The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that Europe remains “in the firm grip” of the coronavirus pandemic and the continent’s death toll could top 2.2 million this winter if current trends continue. Another 700,000 Europeans could die by March 1, the WHO said on Tuesday, in addition to the 1.5 million who have already…
Seismic shifts in how we work, collaborate, and communicate in the past year have amplified the need to adopt new tools and technologies, especially for small and mid-size enterprises (SMEs). Since the lockdowns began, over 64% of SMEs have successfully adapted by onboarding new technologies to change how they do business and support a decentralised workforce. And as…
Opposition Labour Party legislator was reprimanded for attending a debate on Tuesday with her three-month-old son.Published On 24 Nov 202124 Nov 2021A British politician has called for reforms to the parliament’s rule book after receiving an official rebuke for attending a debate with her three-month-old baby. Stella Creasy, an MP with the main opposition Labour…
Medics say dozens of people have been killed as security forces sought to crush weeks of anti-coup protests.Published On 27 Nov 202127 Nov 2021Sudan’s reinstated Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok has replaced the country’s police chiefs, in a move that came after more than 40 people were killed in a crackdown on pro-democracy protests following a…