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Green goods manufacturers accused of oppressing Chinese

Companies manufacturing components for solar panels are accused of exploiting the Chinese. In particular, according to CNN, the issue is the use of human labour by the population of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region (China). According to a report on human oppression and climate harm in the...

Covid-19 Vaccine Patent Waiver Proposal By US Supported By The EU But Critics Oppose

The proposal of the United States president Joe Biden to wave off patent rights of companies over Covid-19 vaccines was backed by the European Union. However, that idea was opposed by vaccine makers and some other governments arguing that such a measure will not resolve the inoculation shortages...

EU-UK trade agreement to come into force on 1 May

The EU has completed the ratification procedure for the trade and cooperation agreement with the UK and it will finally enter into force on 1 May, the EU Council said in a statement. The agreement, under which the country and the union continue to trade without duties or quotas, is in provisional...

Russia And China Accused By EU Of Running Vaccine Disinformation Campaigns

A report published by the foreign service of the European Union which was published on Wednesday has claimed that campaigns are being run by actors in China and Russia aimed to bring down people’s trust on the coronavirus strategy of the EU as well as rake up suspicion on the Covid-19 vaccines...

Zimbabwe to issue elephant hunting licences to combat economic crisis

The Zimbabwean authorities have decided to sell licenses to kill elephants as part of their fight against the economic crisis associated with the coronavirus pandemic, CNN reports. Due to restrictions on international travel around the world, the country's tourism revenues have plummeted. The...

EU Scientists Says 2020 Was Hottest Year On Record For Europe

2020 was the hottest year on record for Europe. At the same time, the year also saw extreme wildfires in the Arctic which was partly attributed to low snow cover. This was disclosed by the European Union’s observation service pinning the blame on climate change whose impact has intensified.  ...

South Korea stops funding coal-fired power plants abroad

South Korea will stop funding coal-fired power plants abroad, President Moon Jae-in said Thursday at a virtual climate summit. "(South) Korea will stop all government funding for overseas coal-fired power plants," President Moon Jae-in said, speaking at a US-organised climate summit attended by...

Sanctions On Russia Imposed By US Over Cyber-Attacks

Sanctions have been announced against Russia by the United States in reaction to what the US administration claimed were because of cyber-attacks and other hostile actions.   Making the announcement the White House said that the sanctions are targeted at dozens of Russian entities and...

US CDC: About 5,800 Americans fell ill after being vaccinated against COVID-19

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the country's chief public health watchdog, told CNN about 5,800 US citizens who were fully vaccinated against COVID-19 but still got sick. A total of 76.7 million US citizens have already received two doses of the vaccine so far, according...

UN calls for extension of debt freeze for poor countries

UN Secretary-General António Guterres has called for a 2022 extension of the deferral of debt payments to poor countries. He said the debt crisis must be solved through debt standstills, debt forgiveness for countries that need it. "I welcome the G20's support for the extension of the Debt...
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