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With 33 in isolation, a look at how Delhi is battling coronavirus crisis
Till the morning of March 4, over 1.2 lakh passengers from 12 countries had been screened at the Delhi airport for Covid-19.
Climate crisis cutting short Australia's winters and extending summers
Australia’s summers are getting longer and winters have become shorter as a result of global heating, according to a new report from the Australia Institute.
Boris Johnson to chair emergency Cobra meeting- first patient reported in Wales
An emergency Cobra meeting of government ministers, to discuss the rapidly escalating global coronavirus crisis, has been called by Boris Johnson for Monday.
Italy's economy hit by coronavirus crisis
Six days after the first patient showing symptoms of the coronavirus died in Italy, the number of victims and infected people from the novel virus in the country continues to the rise. Seventeen people have died so far while 650 have been infected, most of them in the north of the country. All victims were elderly or had preexisting conditions and some 45 have recovered.
Accountants urged to help firms worldwide combat climate crisis
The world’s accountants must put the climate crisis at the forefront of their work to spur global companies to adopt green policies and help prepare them for the risks, according to the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) and other industry groups.
California governor calls state’s homeless crisis ‘a disgrace’
California Governor Gavin Newsom has called the state’s homelessness crisis “a disgrace,” as the growing homeless population continues to overwhelm America’s most populous and wealthiest state.
Crisis in Lesbos as flood of migrants increases
Greek authorities are struggling to cope with rising tension on islands where pressure from a new influx of refugees and migrants has reached critical point.
Boeing expects cost of 737 Max crisis to exceed $18 billion
US aerospace company Boeing said on Wednesday it expects the total cost of the 737 Max grounding to exceed $18 billion, more than double its previous estimate, following a year of intense scrutiny and industrial setbacks set off by twin fatal crashes of its flagship jetliner.
Heating woes fuel Balkan smog crisis
As winter grips the Balkans, the poor are caught in a cruel bind, being forced to light fires at home for heating while fueling a pollution crisis smothering the region.
China: Unilateral US withdrawal from JCPOA root cause of crisis
China says the United States’ unilateral withdrawal from Iran’s landmark 2015 nuclear deal with six world powers, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), is the root cause of growing tensions.
British establishment wary of post-Brexit crisis in NI
As we head into the New Year, there appears to be no realistic breakthrough to Northern Ireland’s long-running political crisis.
2019: A disastrous year for Trump’s foreign policy
Twenty-nineteen could best be described as a year when Donald Trump’s foreign policy unraveled on so many fronts. It became ever more erratic, one-sided and personalized, changing with the US president’s mood swings. The crisis, as many would call it, has been a long time in the making, and the implications will surely cast a long shadow over the new decade.
Efforts underway to tackle Lebanon’s financial crisis: Central bank governor
The governor of the central bank of Lebanon, officially known as Banque du Liban, says efforts are underway to tackle the worsening financial crisis that has caused several businesses to close and many people to lose their jobs amid growing fears about the country's economic future.
Boeing fires CEO Muilenburg as 737 MAX crisis deepens
US aerospace company Boeing has fired Chief Executive Officer Dennis Muilenburg, following a year of intense scrutiny and industrial setbacks set off by twin fatal crashes of its 737 MAX jetliner.
Ayatollah Sistani demands early elections to end crisis in Iraq
Iraq’s prominent Shia cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani has called for early elections in order to put an end to a months-long political paralysis in the country, saying that a new government should be formed soon.

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