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Commentary: Could hydrogen be our solution to climate change?

admin- April 26, 2021 0

Energy demand is expected to increase by as much as 50 per cent over the next 30 years, but energy companies and policymakers have widely ... Read More

Brazil’s ‘rapid and violent’ Covid variant devastates Latin America

admin- April 23, 2021 0

As a coronavirus variant traced to the Brazilian Amazon marauded through Peru’s coastal capital last month, Rommel Heredia raced to his local hospital to seek ... Read More

Covid-19 in India: Why second coronavirus wave is devastating

admin- April 22, 2021 0

Rajeshwari Devi, 58, died on Sunday after waiting for two days to get uninterrupted oxygen, an ambulance and a bed in a Covid-19 hospital. She ... Read More

EXTRAORDINARY PHOTOS RELEASED OF THE WORLD’S FIRST UNDERWATER CLIMATE PROTEST

admin- March 18, 2021 0

The world’s first underwater climate strike has taken place in the heart of the Indian Ocean. Scientist and climate advocate, Shaama Sandooyea, floated in the ... Read More

Covid-19: NI to keep using AstraZeneca jab after Irish suspension

admin- March 15, 2021 0

Health officials in Northern Ireland will continue to use the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine after its suspension in the Republic of Ireland. The country's National Immunisation Advisory ... Read More

Covid vaccine: Rumours thrive amid trickle of pandemic facts

admin- December 3, 2020 0

With a number of potential vaccines for Covid-19 now imminent, there are increasing concerns that misinformation online could turn some people against being immunized. The ... Read More

Ethiopia: Tigray people ‘ready to die’ as leader rejects call to surrender

admin- November 24, 2020 0

The leader of Ethiopia’s dissident Tigray region has said his people are “ready to die” defending their homeland, rejecting the prime minister’s Sunday night ultimatum that ... Read More

Ethiopia’s Tigray crisis: PM gives Tigray forces 72 hours to surrender

admin- November 22, 2020 0

Ethiopia's prime minister has given forces in the northern region of Tigray 72 hours to surrender as government troops advance on the capital, Mekelle. Abiy ... Read More

Over 21,000 People Killed since UN Global Ceasefire-Resolution

admin- September 26, 2020 0

At least 21,347 people have been killed in conflict, including more than 5,800 civilian adults and c.. Read More

COVID-19 could reverse gains made for African children, warns Save the Children

admin- June 12, 2020 0

The COVID-19 pandemic threatens to reverse progress made for children in Africa by years or even dec.. Read More