The climate crisis is also a child-rights crisis, affecting children first and worst with deepening inequalities across borders and generations.
Nearly one-third of the global population cannot afford a healthy diet. There is even a risk of growing food insecurity in many 'advanced' countries.
Journalist Ben Hubbard’s phone was ‘targeted’ with Pegasus in June 2018, July 2020, and June 2021, a Citizen Lab report says. Two attempts were allegedly successful.
Malaysia's output for palm oil production may slide below 18 million tonnes in 2021, a drop of at least 6% from last year and the lowest annual volume since 2016.
Islam was made state religion of Bangladesh in 1988, when the country was ruled by Hussein Muhammad Ershad. His predecessor Ziaur Rahman set in motion the process of Islamisation.
Ejin accounts for nearly one-third of over 150 cases detected over the past week. Residents have been warned of civil & criminal liabilities should they step out of their homes.
Temperatures in India are expected to fall to as low as 3 degrees celsius in some northern states in January and February before recovering.
Mehmet Aslan won the top prize at Siena International Photo Awards 2021 for his image of a Syrian refugee, who lost his leg in a bombing, holding up his son born without limbs.
According to a 'bearish scenario' painted by Bank of America strategists, China's economic growth could fall to 7.5 per cent this year and 2.2 per cent in 2022.
Human Rights Watch says the Taliban forced hundreds of Hazara families to leave their homes and farms from the southern Helmand province & northern Balkh province in October.