The priority remains rapidly phasing out fossil fuels, which have contributed 86% of all CO₂ emissions in the past decade.
Authorities said on Monday that police are responding to an incident at a Fourth of July parade in a Chicago suburb amid allegations of a shooting. The march reportedly started at roughly 10 am but was abruptly stopped after shots were fired 10 minutes later, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
The world's largest breakfast food company Kellogg Co. lost a judicial battle Monday to stop England's new anti-obesity regulations that forbid the promotion of sugary cereals.
Activist investing and private equity are growing, but that doesn’t mean Western-style management has all the answers.
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On Wednesday, Hong Kong reported more than 2,000 new coronavirus illnesses.
The artist’s Rags to Richie collection provides a street-art, play-to-earn NFT game, a Metaverse club and Digital Art Gallery, in-person exclusive events, and over $1 million in giveaways and prizes as part of its initial plans
Oil prices rose on Monday during a choppy day as traders watched for potential actions against Russian oil and gas shipments that would result from a gathering of the Group of Seven (G7) leaders in Germany.
According to Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky, a Russian missile strike on Monday struck a busy mall in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk, killing two people and injuring several others.
In a move perceived as a response to China's Belt and Road Initiative, US President Joe Biden and other G7 leaders outlined ambitious plans to mobilise USD 600 billion in investment by 2027 to deliver transparent and game-changing infrastructure projects in developing nations like India.
The G7 summit will be held in Germany at Schloss Elmau, which has a strong Indian connection thanks to Lord Ganesha greeting guests and an elephant pattern throughout the building.
Kevin Ozan, who will leave the fast food company in the middle of 2023, will be replaced as financial chief by Ian Borden, a seasoned corporate employee and president of McDonald's worldwide operations.
A senior Afghan official stated on Monday that the area is still unsafe for survivors after the fatal earthquake that struck Afghanistan last week.
As part of its response to a time of strategic competition, the military alliance, according to NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, will roughly be eightfold the size of its fast reaction forces to 300,000 personnel.
Buying cheap oil from Russia offers economic and political advantages, but undercutting the West’s efforts to isolate the Kremlin risks serious diplomatic fallout that neither country wants. China has avoided overtly supporting Russia’s war in public statements, and India has portrayed itself as neutral
Sri Lanka’s Energy Minister Kanchana Wijesekera said oil cargoes that were due last week did not turn up while those scheduled to arrive next week will also not reach Sri Lanka due to "banking" reasons
Replete with history, the Schloss Elmau has been making headlines for its pristine and secluded location, peculiar features and more
While the financing programs offer upsides like interest-free payments, there are potential dangers. The rule of thumb for financial security is to be aware of your budget and in control of your spending, personal finance, say experts
Concern is mounting over another potential vulnerability in the crypto market: Tether, a company whose namesake currency is a linchpin of crypto trading worldwide
U.S. sources told Reuters on Thursday that the US is planning to give Ukraine an additional $450 million in security aid,
On Thursday, the BRICS nations issued a resounding denunciation of terrorism in all of its manifestations, including terrorists' cross-border travel, terrorism financing networks, and safe havens.
The presidents of the BRICS nations—Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa—said on Thursday that they will keep talking about whether or not to allow new nations to join the club of five on the basis of "complete consultation and consensus."
The World Bank announced on Thursday that it had authorised three loans totaling USD 562 million (about Rs 4,393.70 crore) to support projects for education in Gujarat, social protection in Tamil Nadu, and the rehabilitation of the fisheries industry after the epidemic.
In an apparent allusion to the US and its Western allies, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that the BRICS countries' cooperation in creating a multipolar world is more important than ever.
The COVID-19 pandemic's negative impacts on the world economy are still evident, and cooperation among the BRICS countries can be a valuable part of its recovery, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday during a virtual summit of the five-nation alliance hosted by China.