After over a 100 million cases and 2 million deaths, the global effort to vaccinate the world against COVID-19 began in early December last year. Although more than 40 countries started administering COVID-19 vaccines to their people, few stood apart in terms of their vaccination rates while others faltered despite having all the resources.
From human rights and COVID-19 to climate change and equality, world’s biggest leaders put their expectations forward as they congratulated the Biden-Harris administration on inauguration day.
Why was Fakhrizadeh so precious to Iran? Who was behind the assassination? And the most important question of all, why was he assassinated? Here’s some insight to help you make sense.
A long weekend for the two nations ended on a sour note with Saudi Arabia having already started with the Monday grind.
Reactions, from world leaders, to the outcome of the US Presidential election have been varied.
It may be too early for India to indulge in triumphalism over the implementation of the new domicile rule for Jammu & Kashmir. As Israel and Sri Lanka illustrate, seizing and occupying territories may mean victory, but almost always Pyrrhic.
Though the Israeli government is yet to provide any official timeline for the actualization of the annexation, stiff opposition across the globe has begun against the move.
While coronavirus has been rightly treated as an immediate threat, the mainstream media has largely ignored news stories equally in need of international attention, such as the crisis in the Middle East.