Energy

US okays $1.1 billion arms sale to Taiwan

The Pentagon announced on Friday that the U.S. State Department has cleared a potential $1.1 billion sale of military arms to Taiwan, including 60...

Energy crisis deepens, Bangladesh to reduce working hours for schools, banks

Due to worries over rising gasoline prices and the effects of the Ukraine war, schools in Bangladesh will be closed an additional day every...

Indigenous concerns: Australia approves $3 billion urea project

After conferring with traditional owners about its potential impact on ancient indigenous rock art, Australia's environment minister on Tuesday rejected a request to halt...

US aim to improve climate with over $500 billion

According to three recently passed legislation, the U.S. government will invest more than $500 billion on climate technologies and clean energy over the following...

US’s new climate law may grow controversial biogas industry

A thriving but contentious sector that aims to capture gases from rotting food and farm waste and transform them into fuel and other sources...

Colombia keeps focus on fighting deforestation

According to Friday's remarks from Environment Minister Susana Muhamad, Colombia will prioritize stopping deforestation, exerting more control over the livestock business, and proposing the...

Power outrage affects businesses in downtown Toronto

Power was restored to downtown Toronto following a blackout that prompted the evacuation of one of the city's largest shopping malls, left people stuck...

Silk-FAW to make electric sports cars in Italy

Earlier this week, Silk-FAW, a joint venture between Chinese automaker FAW and American automotive engineering and design company Silk EV, announced that it would...

Hyundai Motor’s net profit goes up by 59%

Hyundai Motor Co. reported a 59 percent increase in second-quarter earnings on Thursday as demand for the South Korean automaker's high-margin sport-utility vehicles (SUVs)...

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PM Bob Loughman to face unprecedented challenges as snap elections announced in Vanuatu

The Republic of Vanuatu will witness snap elections on October 13, 2022, after President Nikenike Vurobaravu dissolved the parliament of the country and on...

Turkey’s 3k police to help secure FIFA World Cup

According to a source in the Turkish Interior Ministry, Turkey will send more than 3,000 riot police to Qatar to help secure World Cup...

Canada records C$6.33 billion budget surplus

According to the announcement made by the country's Ministry of Finance on Friday, the country's first four months of the fiscal year 2022/23 resulted...

As government shutdown internet in Iran, Musk to activate Starlink

Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX, announced on Friday that the government of Iran had shut off internet access due to widespread protests there...