Prime Minister of United Kingdoms Boris Johnson: Biography, Early Life & Career World

Prime Minister of United Kingdoms Boris Johnson: Biography, Early Life & Career

Boris Johnson is a British politician. He became the prime minister of the United Kingdom in July 2019. He served as the mayor of London from 2008 to 2016.
15 Best Sci-Fi Movies Of All Time World

15 Best Sci-Fi Movies Of All Time

From the famous "Blade Runner" to "12 Monkeys", here are the greatest and best sci-fi movies of all time.
Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro: Biography, Personal Profile, Career World

Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro: Biography, Personal Profile, Career

Jair Bolsonaro, Brazilian politician who was elected president of Brazil in October 2018.
US is not Superior to Other Nations, Says Chinese Foreign Minister

US is not Superior to Other Nations, Says Chinese Foreign Minister

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Saturday that the U.S. needs a "tutorial" on how to treat other countries equally, marking his latest criticism of U.S. foreign policy as aggressive and undermining to global peace efforts.
Putin says Russian Navy can Carry Out 'Unpreventable Strike' If Needed

Putin says Russian Navy can Carry Out 'Unpreventable Strike' If Needed

The Russian navy can detect any enemy and launch an "unpreventable strike" if needed, President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday, weeks after a UK warship angered Moscow by passing the Crimea peninsula.
Most Unique Covid-19 Vaccination Centres Around the World

Most Unique Covid-19 Vaccination Centres Around the World

As countries around the world roll out mass Covid-19 vaccination programmes, large public spaces from ice rinks to cathedrals are being repurposed as makeshift inoculation hubs.
UN General Assembly Passes First Ever Resolution on Global Drowning Prevention

UN General Assembly Passes First Ever Resolution on Global Drowning Prevention

The United Nations General Assembly has approved a resolution on drowning prevention.
Australia: Protests and Violence Broke Out On Streets Against Lockdown Restrictions

Australia: Protests and Violence Broke Out On Streets Against Lockdown Restrictions

On Saturday, thousands of markless anti-lockdown protesters broke out on the streets of Australia's two biggest cities as infections hit a new record and authorities warned of a “growing problem”.
Alluring and Peaceful Tuscany - "The Forgotten Paradise" of Italy

Alluring and Peaceful Tuscany - "The Forgotten Paradise" of Italy

To many people, Tuscany is the romantic images of idyllic hill towns bristling with medieval towers, peaceful low hills and fields of sunflowers, which makes it a "forgotten paradise" that waits for tourists to discover.
Japan Cuisine: Top Dishes That You Should Try In Tokyo

Japan Cuisine: Top Dishes That You Should Try In Tokyo

Japan is the land of unique cuisine and extraordrinary dishes for tourists who set foot on Tokyo to choose from. From Edo-style Sushi to Tempura, Unaju, these are 10 best dishes that you should try when you travel to Tokyo.
Why Could Stonehenge By The Next UK Site To Lose Its World Heritage Status

Why Could Stonehenge By The Next UK Site To Lose Its World Heritage Status

On Friday, Heritage bodies said Stonehenge could be the next historical UK site to be stripped of its UNESCO World Heritage status.
TikTok Hit With "Violating Children's Privacy", Fined by Dutch Agency

TikTok Hit With "Violating Children's Privacy", Fined by Dutch Agency

Chinese social media app TikTok was fined €750,000 ($882,000) for privacy violations, a Dutch watchdog said Thursday.
Russia Disconnected Itself From The Internet, Sparking Fears Of Free Speech Control

Russia Disconnected Itself From The Internet, Sparking Fears Of Free Speech Control

On Thursday, Russia managed to disconnect itself from the Internet in June and July, according to RBC daily.
China Flooding: Death Toll Rises to 56, Losses Mount to $10 Billion

China Flooding: Death Toll Rises to 56, Losses Mount to $10 Billion

The death toll from the rain-triggered unprecedented floods in central China has risen to 56 with the official estimate of losses totalling about $10 billion.
South Korea Ministry Stipulates 'Xinqi' as Chinese Word for Kimchi, Reigniting Long-Standing Dispute

South Korea Ministry Stipulates 'Xinqi' as Chinese Word for Kimchi, Reigniting Long-Standing Dispute

The Korean culture ministry said it will use “xinqi” as the official Chinese translation for kimchi.
Fascinating Remnants of Bygone Times Attract Tourists Around The World

Fascinating Remnants of Bygone Times Attract Tourists Around The World

Each remnant has its own beauty and historical story of its time, which brings a feeling of astonishment and nostalgia to the tourists from all over the world.
Europe's Travel Industry Soars Heavily as Covid-19 Surges Again

Europe's Travel Industry Soars Heavily as Covid-19 Surges Again

During the Covid-19 pandemic, travel industry has been heavily affected the most, with all trips delayed, resorts closed and holidays become a distant memory.
Samantha Panlilio Biography: 13 things about Miss Grand Philippines 2021

Samantha Panlilio Biography: 13 things about Miss Grand Philippines 2021

The Miss Grand Philippines crown is clinched to the 25-year-old beauty on her first try at pageantry
4 Extraordrinary Coffee Shops In The Heart of St. Petersburg

4 Extraordrinary Coffee Shops In The Heart of St. Petersburg

On the streets of a busy Saint Petersburg, there are lovely coffee shops with extraordrinary style that make them a delight for tourists to visit, as if they just stepped into another world.
120-Year-Old Palace in Budapest Becomes Luxury Hotel

120-Year-Old Palace in Budapest Becomes Luxury Hotel

Matild Palace in Budapest, Hungary, was built in 1902, has been recently redesigned into a Luxury Collection, bringing the old historical palace back to life.
Dubai Beats The Heat By Making Fake Rain

Dubai Beats The Heat By Making Fake Rain

Dubai has made its own rain using technology to cool down the 50 degree-Celsius heatwave.
Britain to permanently deploy two warships in Asian waters

Britain to permanently deploy two warships in Asian waters

The announcement comes as a UK strike group a led by the state-of-the-art aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth heads to region.
The First World Drowning Prevention Day To Be Launched In 2021

The First World Drowning Prevention Day To Be Launched In 2021

It is a fact that drowning has been a significant international issue without being recognized relative to its impact. After its declaration, World Drowning Prevention Day is held annually on 25 July to highlight profound impacts of drowning.
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It's time to build a scenario to gradually open the economy Economy

It's time to build a scenario to gradually open the economy

VCN - More than four months since the fourth Covid-19 pandemic broke out, to "rescue" businesses that were already exhausted, the Government is calculating options to gradually reopen the economy after a long period of social distancing.The status of “turning on-off” is no longer relevant.
20:37 | 22/09/2021
Vietnam To Attract 30 Billion USD in FDI in 2021 Economy

Vietnam To Attract 30 Billion USD in FDI in 2021

Vietnam may attract about 30 billion USD in foreign direct investment (FDI) in 2021, posting a year-on-year rise of 2 percent, forecasting a positive sign in FDI attraction in the first eight months of 2021.
20:36 | 22/09/2021
FIFA 22 Top 10 Most Improved Players Handbook

FIFA 22 Top 10 Most Improved Players

EA Sports have confirmed the top 10 most improved players on FIFA 22. Let's scroll down to find out this list, which is considered a great starting point for many FIFA fans.
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