Myriam Fares Apologizes to Egyptian Fans after Backlash
Arab News DUBAI: Lebanese pop superstar Myriam Fares has apologized to her Egyptian fans over comments she made at aRead more.
Thanks to Allah: Don’t Cry My Beloved Country
Humanity, always push forward loyal people to take care of their land, resources, infrastructure, everything has to do with prosperous,Read more.
Will the G-20 Provide the Urgent Leadership needed on Climate Action?
Amar Bhattacharya In two weeks, G-20 leaders will meet in Osaka to take up a range of pressing global issues,Read more.
Feel It: Transparency on Child Rights
The Government of Sudan is working hard and concern of Children issues through protecting and providing them all their rights,Read more.
Realising Women’s Land Rights Still An Uphill Battle
Saadiyah Kadwa and Simone Gray The issues of land and gender in South Africa are interlinked and cannot be easilyRead more.
Governance and Fiscal Federalism in Sudan, 1989–2015: Exploring Political and Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations in an Unstable Polity (10)
Atta El-Hassan El-Battahani, Hassan Ali Gadkarim (2017), Bergen: Chr. Michelsen Institute. This report analyses the implementation and impact of decentralizationRead more.
German Energy Giant RWE Vows Action against Climate Activists
AFP BERLIN: German energy giant RWE said Sunday it will be seeking prosecutions after hundreds of climate activists occupied theirRead more.
The Gender Pay Gap: Where to Start?
Marina Lalovic The gender pay gap in the EU remains stubbornly wide. Unpacking it highlights its wide social ramifications. ARead more.
UN Report Draws Grim Picture of Global Refugee Situation
EMINA OSMANDZIKOVIC ABU DHABI: The year leading up to June 20, World Refugee Day, has been marked mostly by negativeRead more.
Princess Diana’s Bahrain outfit sells at auction
Arab News DUBAI: A dress worn by Princess Diana during her visit to Gulf states in 1986 fetched $135,000 atRead more.
Children of Today, Our Keepers Tomorrow
Alula Berhe Kidani – Haffiya Elyas Sudan is continuing its commitments to children for a safe childhood through activating allRead more.
Australia had Hottest Month on Record in January, Heatwave to Continue -Weather Bureau
Reuters MELBOURNE: Australia endured its hottest month on record in January, with sweltering conditions expected to persist through April, theRead more.