Monthly Archives: September, 2022

Russia declares annexation of Ukraine’s four parts

President Vladimir Putin declared "four new territories of Russia" on Friday as he formally annexed the Ukrainian districts of Kherson, Zaporizhzhia, Donetsk, and Luhansk. During...

Hurricane Ian leaves millions without electricity in Florida

As Ian continued to travel northeastward through central Florida, it was downgraded to a tropical storm as it carried with it a tremendous and...

Prince Harry-Meghan Markle’s children yet to get royal titles

Due to the fact that King Charles III ascended the throne after Queen Elizabeth II passed away, the royal titles of Prince Harry and...

UK to display King Charles III images on currency by mid-2024

The Bank of England announced on Tuesday that new banknotes that feature an image of King Charles III are likely to begin entering circulation...

BMW aims more growth in 2023

Nicolas Peter, chief financial officer (CFO), stated in a roundtable on Monday that BMW anticipates reaching the higher end of its 7-9% profit target...

Suicide rate rises in S.Korea, highest in developed world

The suicide rate in South Korea, which has consistently been the highest in the industrialized world, climbed marginally from the previous year as a...

National anti-corruption watchdog to be created in Australia

After years of discussion about the need for an impartial watchdog for politicians, Australia's government announced on Tuesday that it will present legislation to...

US to spend $400 bn in student debt relief plan

The Congressional Budget Office on Monday calculated that US President Joe Biden's proposal to cancel some of the nation's staggering student debt burden would...

Fires surge in Brazil’s Amazon, worst September since 2010

According to government data released on Monday, after a spike in deforestation during an election year, fires in Brazil's Amazon rainforest have increased in...

175 offshore gambling firms shut in Philippines, 40k Chinese workers deported

As part of a campaign against the infamously murky online gaming market, the Philippines would shut down 175 offshore gambling companies and deport around...

Hurricane Fiona: Over 746,000 people without power in Puerto Rico

After Hurricane Fiona knocked out electricity for the whole island's roughly 3.3 million population on Sunday night, an estimated 746,000 homes and businesses in...

After facing cyber attack, Australia to change privacy rules

After hackers targeted the second-largest telecom company in the nation, Australia aims to modify privacy laws to enable banks to be alerted to cyberattacks...

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EXPLAINED: The Labour party’s foreign policy in UK

David Lammy, Member of Parliament and Shadow Secretary of UK's State for Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Affairs, provides an overview of Labour's proposal for...

Australian defence gets strong with new helicopters

To better equip the Australian Army, the Australian government has decided to purchase 40 UH-60M Black Hawk helicopters. According to the Head of Land Capability,...

OPINION: Australia’s road in preserving Indigenous languages

“With a multi-million dollar investment in language education, Australia has embraced the global movement to preserve Indigenous languages, which was launched last month in...

Mental health: Australia’s BMX program is running success among youth

Teenagers in South Australia are using BMX bikes as a form of stress reduction. Young people who had a difficult begining in life might be...