IFC has announced a subscription of up to $10 million in a landmark local currency green bond issued by Tajikistan's Eskhata Bank—the first in the country—to boost access to climate finance for smaller businesses amid a challenging macro-economic environment.
The land of the rising sun saw its economic growth rate sag to just 1.9% last year, allowing Germany to overtake the number 3 spot in total GDP.
The Memorandum of Understanding between both countries aims to assess and evaluate the technical and investment potential of developing data center projects in India.
After the second Hezbollah retaliation on a military base in northern Israel killed several, Israeli military forces wasted no time with a widespread aerial assault into southern Lebanon.
In a heartfelt speech, Hezbollah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah reminds all Muslims that they have both a human and religious obligation to stand up for the oppressed.
Mexico overtook China last year to become America’s top source of imported goods and services in 2023.
Charles Darwin – arguably the most influential man of science in history, accumulated a vast personal library throughout his working life. Until now, 85 per cent of its contents were unknown or unpublished.
The new Tseung Kwan O desalination plant is the first to use reverse osmosis technology in Hong Kong. Construction of the first stage plant began in December 2019, and four years later it began supplying fresh water to homes throughout the territories.
The United Nations World Food Program (WFP), in collaboration with the Directorate of Agriculture in Ninawa Governorate and the University of Mosul, is implementing a multi-year initiative to transform farming practices in Ninawa governorate to boost food security and sustainability among small-holder farmers.
In two separate cases out of U.S. Attorneys’ Offices on opposite coasts, several individuals are charged – one of whom was arrested yesterday – in connection with sophisticated schemes to transfer sensitive technology, goods, and information for the benefit of hostile foreign adversaries, in violation of U.S. law.
The United States launched a drone strike yesterday in Iraq targeting the leadership of the Kataib Hezbollah militia.
Responding to the acute needs of people affected by the 2022 floods, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), with support from the Government of Japan and in collaboration with Islamic Relief Pakistan, is scaling up recovery and resilience building support.
A proposed six-week ceasefire in Gaza has been rejected by the Zionist monsters.
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Mandy Cohen celebrated the opening of the new CDC East Asia and Pacific (EAP) regional office in Tokyo, Japan, at a ceremony that included U.S. Ambassador to Japan Rahm Emanuel, Japan Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare Keizo Takemi, diplomatic and health leaders from countries in the region, international organizations, and academic institutions.
The Securities and Exchange Commission recently announced settled accounting fraud charges against Cloopen Group Holding Limited, a China-based provider of cloud communications products and services whose American depositary shares formerly traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
The United States, as Chair of the Minerals Security Partnership (MSP), and MSP partners, announces the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between LA GENERALE DES CARRIERES ET DES MINES (GECAMINES) and the Japan Organization for Metals and Energy Security (JOGMEC).
Scientists led by a team at Duke-NUS Medical School have made a breakthrough in understanding the mechanisms that influence cancer cell growth and development. Publishing in the Journal of Clinical Investigation, the researchers illuminate the previously hidden role of a novel enzyme, called fatty acid hydroxylase domain containing 2 (FAXDC2), revealing its pivotal role in cholesterol synthesis and cancer progression.
A proposed six week truce agreement in Gaza is now cycling back to Israel for review.
Despite India's federal government insane doubling down on coal, many state and local authorities and NGOs are trying to bring some hope to Indians. They will be meeting next week.
The Democratically led Senate reached agreement last week on a massive bill which will fund two bloody foreign wars for months to come.