The Empire State Building has been a symbol of America’s economic might for almost 90 years. Of late, it’s also become a symbol of its struggle with the coronavirus.
Covid-19 is affecting each and everyone of us. In the face of this raging virus, China and Arab states have stood by each other, fought in solidarity, and extended a helping hand to each other. Our relations have been further strengthened and elevated.
President Vladimir Putin urged Russians to envisage the country they wanted to leave behind for their children and grandchildren during a historic vote this week to extend his rule.
Darth Vader, the Minnesota Vikings and Mike Pence, who’s wearing a “Make America Great Again” face mask, walk into a hotel.
In the US state of Minneapolis, hues of blue and yellow form the face of a George Floyd mural, with a resolution to his last words scrawled against the purple of his sweatshirt:
The world has been planning for the future in the mistaken belief that it will resemble the past. But as Covid-19 coincides with cyclones in South Asia and the Pacific and vast locust swarms in East Africa, the need to prepare for a world of unexpected shocks has become clearer than ever.
From quack cures to smoking cigarettes to ward off Covid-19, disinformation circulating online about the coronavirus has been massive, a report by five European fact-checking organisations, including AFP, has found.
One of the interconnected pillars of Qatar National Vision 2030 (QNV 2030) is the development of a competitive and diversified economy that is capable of meeting the needs of, and securing a high standard of living for all of its people, present and future.