Tuesday, February, 07, 2023 04:06:10
Over 1.27 million people were reportedly anticipated to participate in street protests throughout France in a second wave of planned strike action over Emmanuel Macron's divisive plan to extend the retirement age t
UK chancellor Jeremy Hunt is reportedly facing pressure to implement a ‘social energy tariff’ that would provide cheaper electricity and gas to low-income homes when government assistance ceases next year.
Five days of nationwide rail strikes have reportedly started in the UK, halting much of the country's rail system and leaving passengers on urban and intercity networks with only a skeletal service.
Over 14,000 people in Washington state reportedly suffered a power outage on Christmas Day as a result of break-ins and vandalism at various power stations. The Pierce County sher
China is reportedly planning to announce a further relaxation in COVID-19 control measures, starting from Wednesday. As per sources, who have been closely monitoring the matter, these relaxations are due to be applied
South Korea announced recently that it was considering deploying military trucks to facilitate the urgent transport of goods as it braces for a truckers’ strike. The strike might increase concerns about the count
The Artemis spacecraft from NASA is reportedly scheduled to reach the Moon. Before entering a bigger orbit, the Orion spacecraft will travel 130 km (80 miles) above the moon’s surface.
Approximately 2 million public sector employees may reportedly be on the verge of resigning due to low pay, warned their representatives, putting the UK's public services in jeopardy.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has reportedly cut down its economic forecast for Asia as monetary tightening across the world, increasing inflation due to Russia and Ukraine war, and a steep slowdown in China st