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Experts: New technologies will displace 85 million jobs by 2025

In five years' time, the work between man and technology will be equally divided, says the World Economic Forum report. 43% of employers are for job cuts due to automation. Automation can reduce 85 million jobs in 15 sectors of the economy by 2025 as a result of technological advances. This follows...

CNN tells about security forces preparing for unrest after US presidential election

In the event of violence, the US Homeland Security Department has specialized teams of border, immigration and customs officers. The U.S. Homeland Security Department trained special forces for potential violence that may arise before and after the presidential election, reports CNN, quoting...

Japan sets to reduce CO2 emissions to zero by 2050

Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said that the country must switch to renewable energy sources and stop emitting carbon dioxide into the atmosphere by 2050. Prime Minister said this in his first speech to Parliament, which was broadcast on national public television. Reuters quotes Prime...

An Experimental COVID-19 Vaccine Trigger Immune Response In Both Young And Old

British Health Secretary does not rule out the possibility of the vaccine reaching some people in 2020 itself. If Reuters reports are to be believed, one experimental vaccine for COVID-19 has triggered immune response in young as well as old adults, which has kindled hopes for ending the “gloom and...

Nokia becomes 5G supplier for Finland and Baltic countries

The Finnish company Nokia will supply Telia company with around 7.5 thousand 5G transmitters in Finland, the Scandinavian and Baltic countries, the equipment provider said. Telia is a corporation specializing in telecommunications. Its main office is based in Stockholm. The governments of Sweden...

Cyprus authorities are looking for an alternative to the Golden Passport Programme

In return for the discredited gold passport programme, the Cyprus authorities will come up with something else, the Cyprus Mail newspaper reported on 19 October, citing sources in the Cyprus government. According to preliminary information, a solution that would be an alternative to the cancelled...

Number of supporters of Scottish independence rises to a record level

More than half (58%) of the Scottish respondents are in favour of the region's independence from the UK, a record high, media reported on Wednesday citing opinion poll data from Ipsos Mori. "Our recent survey is pouring water onto a nationalist mill, but it looks grim for Unionists (Unity with...

Donald Trump diagnosed with COVID-19

US President Donald Trump and his wife Melania have been infected with the COVID-19 coronavirus. The US President announced this on his Twitter. According to the American leader, he and his wife tested positive for the infection. “We will immediately begin to comply with quarantine and treatment....

Kuwait names Crown Prince Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmad al-Sabah as its new emir

Diplomats and analysts expect Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmad al-Sabah to maintain Kuwait’s investment, oil and foreign policies and focus on domestic matters including boosting its finances which have taken a hit because of the coronavirus. On Wednesday, Kuwait’s new emir was sworn in at parliament. The...

Germany increases scrutiny on telecom network vendors, aims to keeps Huawei out

While Britain has banned Huawei, France is likelly to informally exclude it, and Germany aims to effectively strangle it in red tape. In a significant development, Angela Merkel’s government has agreed in principle to bolster oversight of the country’s telecoms network but stopped short of banning...
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