Monthly Archives: October, 2022

Australia: Apple workers gear up for more strike action

After almost two-thirds of employees rejected a salary and benefits offer, hundreds of Apple (AAPL.O) staff in Australia are preparing to strike once more....

Relief from economic crisis as inflation start slowing in Sri Lanka

For the first time in a year, Sri Lanka's inflation decreased in October as food and gasoline shortages subsided. According to a statement released on...

30 years on, China revises law on women protection

According to news agencies, China passed legislation on Sunday that will provide women better protection against sexual harassment and gender discrimination. The event, which...

Ahead of World Cup, workers evicted in Qatar’s capital

According to workers who were forced out of their homes, Qatar has evacuated apartment buildings housing hundreds of foreign workers in the same districts...

China: Evergrande launches first electric vehicles

According to a post made on the company's official Wechat account, China Evergrande New Energy Vehicle Group Ltd (0708.HK) has begun delivering its Hengchi...

Over 100 people killed in car bombs in Somalia

According to a statement released by the president of Somalia early on Sunday morning, at least one hundred persons were murdered and three hundred...

China tightens Covid curbs, Shanghai Disneyland limits operations

As of this coming Saturday, in order to comply with COVID-19 measures, Shanghai Disneyland will operate at a reduced capacity, the resort announced in...

Pay rise, jobs keeping Americans ‘better off’ despite inflation: Biden

President Joe Biden claimed that despite rising inflation eroding their purchasing power, some Americans are "better off" as a result of pay increases and...

Thai transgender rights campaigner buys ‘miss universe’

According to a business announcement, a Thai media tycoon and advocate for transgender rights paid $20 million for the corporation that oversees the Miss...

Africa sees over 1 mln deaths linked to air pollution

Nearly the whole African continent, with numerous nations experiencing some of the highest levels of air pollution in the world, is facing some of...

Elon Musk officially takes over Twitter in $44 billion deal

After months of anticipation due to the biggest acquisition of the year, billionaire Elon Musk finally seized control of Twitter on Thursday. In his...

Rapper Kanye West’s wax statue removed from Madame Tussauds

The wax figure of the rapper Kanye West that was on display at Madame Tussauds in London has been taken down. On Wednesday, the...

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Australia: 1 woman dies every 10 days by current/former partner

On the International day for Elimination of Violence as against Women (IDEVAW), various ministers from Australia raised their voices against the ongoing violence against...

Australia, Sri Lanka to build policy frameworks in KLIE program

The Knowledge and Linkages for an Inclusive Economy (KLIE) Grant Program will help in collaborating organizations of Australia and Sri Lanka and will help...

Canada saw 264% hike in abortion-related calls after Government improved facilities

After the Canadian Government increased the funding to improve abortion-related facilities in the country, Action Canada saw a whooping hike of 264% in calls...

US committed in Israel’s security: Dr Colin Kahl

Dr. Colin Kahl, the Under Secretary of United States Defense for Policy, met with Benjamin "Benny" Gantz, the Israeli Defense Minister, recently to reaffirm...