Japan Opens Doors To British Cooked Poultry Meat

British cooked poultry meat will soon reach Japanese tables thanks to a new market access deal that will benefit UK farmers, meat processers and exporters.

China's newest Antarctica Research Station
China Begins Its 40th and Largest Antarctic Scientific Expedition

On November 1, the People’s Republic of China launched three scientific research vessels off on a landmark project to understand the impacts of the climate crisis on the continent of Antarctica and perhaps other things.

Yemen’s Houthi Forces Declare War on Israel

The Houthi rebel state operated in Yemen officially declared war on the state of Israel yesterday.

Israeli UN Delegates wearing yellow stars
Delusional Jews Play Holocaust Card to Justify Genocide of Palestinians

The Israeli delegates at the UN trying to justify their ethnic cleansing of Palestinians recently cited the holocaust and donned yellow stars in a stupid stunt to gain support for their crimes. It didn't work.

solar power facility
Indian Solar PV Exports To The U.S. To Keep Rising Till FY2025

India’s solar photovoltaic (PV) module exports to the United States of America (the U.S.) are likely to keep rising for another couple of years before stagnating from 2025 and declining from 2027, a new joint report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) and JMK Research & Analytics finds.

Israel fighter jets bomg Palestinian storefront in Gaza.
Food Lifeline For Desperate Families In Gaza At Risk Without Fuel, WFP Says

The catastrophic conditions facing hundreds of thousands of Palestinians in Gaza risk getting worse still, due to severe fuel shortages which threaten to bring food and other humanitarian operations to a standstill.

Wind Farm
Team Europe and Viet Nam sign over €500 million in agreements underpinning the Just Energy Transition Partnership

Viet Nam and the European Investment Bank signed a memorandum of understanding to support the implementation of the Just Energy Transition Partnership (JETP) in Viet Nam, signifying a mutual commitment to put in place a multi-projects credit facility worth €500 million.

gastric acid treatment
Scientists Build On Artificial Intelligence to Create Next-generation Gastric Acid Treatment

Researchers at Nagoya University in Japan created and improved artificial intelligence (AI) designs to synthesize a candidate compound for a new gastric acid inhibitor with a better binding affinity than existing drugs. Their findings, published in Communications Biology, suggest a new way to work in tandem with AI to develop pharmaceuticals.

invasive species colonization
Increasing Risk Of Invasive Species Colonization On Marine Debris

A groundbreaking scientific study conducted along the Southeast coast of India has unearthed a pressing environmental concern -the increasing risk of invasive species colonization on marine debris.

Bhutan and Chinese Foreign Miinisters Meet in Beijing.
Why Bhutan and China Resolving Their Border Dispute Matters

A high-level delegation from the tiny Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan sent last week to China may have taken a giant step toward resolving a long-term disagreement between the two nations. Settling it could have bigger ramifications on India.

Baha’is woman arrested in Iran
Iran Continues to Oppress Religious Minorities

Iran has sentenced 26 Baha’is to prison for merely belonging to the religion.

Germany Supporting Viet Nam Green Hydrogen

The German government is providing funding and technical support for communist Viet Nam to develop a green hydrogen program.

tourism sector
Sustainable Tourism Global Center and WTTC Unveil Pioneering Global Research on Travel & Tourism

In a defining moment for the global Travel & Tourism sector, the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) and the Sustainable Tourism Global Center (STGC) initiated by the Ministry of Tourism of Saudi Arabia recently released the latest industry-shaping Environmental Impact Research data.

Natural Gas
Greater Use Of Biogas Can Help India Save US$29 Billion In Import Bills

Gradually increasing biogas and biomethane consumption to 20% by 2030 and replacing natural gas use can help India reduce its dependence on the fossil fuel and cut import bills by nearly US$29 billion, a new report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) finds .

Israeli Defense Force tanks enter Gaza on October 26, 2023.
Israel Continues Carpet-Bombing and Brings in Tanks as Palestinian Death Toll in Gaza Passes 7,000

With much of northern Gaza already leveled by air strikes, rockets, and shelling, Israeli Defense Force tanks crossed the border briefly yesterday, calculated to raise the terror level on those Palestinians who haven’t already fled or been killed yet.

Rider On The Storm: Shearwater Seabird Catches An 11 Hour Ride Over 1,000 Miles In A Typhoon

New research from Japan published in the Ecological Society of America’s journal Ecology suggests that increasingly severe weather driven by climate change may push oceangoing seabirds to their limits.

Team Europe Green Conference: Underlines EU’s Support to Accelerate Indonesia’s Energy Transition

The Delegation of the European Union (EU) to Indonesia presented a two-day conference on 24-25 October 2023 on how the EU and the EU Member States (Team Europe) can support a Just Energy Transition in Indonesia, themed “Pathways to a Prosperous Indonesia – Powered by Renewable Energy”.

Urban Services
$400 Million ADB Loan Authorized to Help Improve Urban Services in India

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a $400 million policy-based loan to India for Subprogram 2 of the Sustainable Urban Development and Service Delivery Program.

Israel Bans Visas for UN Officials After Secretary-General’s Security Council Remarks

The Israeli ambassador to the United Nations announced yesterday it is pulling all visas to United Nations representatives who wish to enter Israel.

Iron Dome Battery module in Israel.
United States to Ship Additional Iron Dome Defense Systems as Israeli War Threatens to Cross Borders

Senior U.S. Defense Department officials disclosed yesterday the White House is bolstering its support of Israel by shipping new air defense systems, along with military experts trained in urban warfare.


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