Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, 68, speaks about his country’s role in global politics, his admiration for the Chinese leadership and the similarities he shares with U.S. President Donald Trump.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan wants to redraw national borders in the Mediterranean region and is alienating neighboring countries. Turkey and Greece, both NATO allies, are mobilizing their navies against each other.
Literature Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich is currently in Berlin receiving medical treatment. In an interview with DER SPIEGEL, she spoke about the protests in her homeland of Belarus, the horrors of the Lukashenko regime and how the international community can help.
Polling conducted in early December discovered that there’s a disproportionate level of hesitation to take the coronavirus vaccine among BAME and ethnic minority communities, causing concern among authorities about a potential hurdle in the UK’s inoculation rollout.
While Sweden long ago decided to wind down all nuclear power production for environmental safety reasons, it hasn’t stopped state-owned Vattenfall company from expanding nuclear power in Sweden’s immediate neighbourhood.
The authorities believe that the suspects are operating out of Nairobi, even though they apparently use “internationally-registered” phone numbers.
Teachers, white-collar workers, single mothers: The Brazilian middle class is collapsing amid the crisis brought by the coronavirus, and many are landing on the streets of São Paulo. But there may be a solution in sight.