Middle East

UN official urges Security Council to focus on South Sudan

A series of intercommunal fighting and flooding has severely impacted various areas of South Sudan since 2019. It has resulted in massive destruction of livelihoods


Britain Identifies Allergic Reaction To Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccine

Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine may not be advisable for those with history of anaphylaxis to a medicine or food, confirms the British medicine regulator. While all


Trump refused offer to secure more of Pfizer vaccine

At a time when efforts to contain the surging number of Coronavirus infections in the United States were underway, the Trump administration passed on an


A deadly future for Qatar real estate

The coronavirus health emergency is putting a strain on the economies of every country worldwide. After numerous reports denouncing the falsification of the numbers of


Why Is The Equal Distribution Model Important For Covid-19 Vaccine?

The race to get the most effective and wide spectrum vaccine to combat the novel virus is still on. The problem facing the world is


WHO Europe: Lockdown not needed, if 95% of people wore masks

As the European Union is grappling with a second wave of Coronavirus infections, governments started implementing new lockdown measures and tough social restrictions in October.

Middle East

WHO warns the Middle East regarding a deadly second wave of coronavirus

On Friday, the World Health Organization (WHO) official stated that the Middle East should get ready for a deadly second wave of coronavirus pandemic in

Middle East

Activists protest against nationwide lockdown in Lebanon

The Lebanese government is struggling to combat the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic amid the deteriorating economic situation in the country. In a bid to


Donald Trump’s shocking abandonment of leadership comes as coronavirus surges in the US

During the election campaign President Donald Trump guaranteed that the “phony news media” decided to zero in on Covid-19 to harm his campaign, predicting that


Iraq rapidly closing displacement camps, might leave over 100,000 people homeless

Iraq is moving in to rapidly shut down displacement camps in the country that can lead to over 100,000 people without any shelter. In the