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China to go green in 10 years

China to go green in 10 years

Xie Zhenhua, China’s Special Envoy for Climate Change announced the country’s active response to the World Economic Forum’s 1t.org initiative, the platform supporting the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration

Will Europeans survive without Russian wheat

Will Europeans survive without Russian wheat

With the West seemingly in knots over wheat and grains supplies from the upcoming 2022 harvest, sanctions appear poised to bite them back with the complete destruction of trade with Russia

Wind, solar help Turkey to save $7B in a year on gas purchases

Wind, solar help Turkey to save $7B in a year on gas purchases

Turkey has managed to save $7 billion in the last 12 months as its wind and solar power generation helped replace fossil fuel imports, lowering electricity bills at a time when gas prices skyrocketed globally, a new analysis by London-based think tank Ember said Tuesday

Who needs peaceful Afghanistan

Who needs peaceful Afghanistan

Afghanistan known as the ‘heart of Asia’, is a gateway to various regions and connects especially Central Asia by Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, South Asia through Pakistan, and the Middle East, via Iran

Monkeypox goes global

Monkeypox goes global

Scientists are trying to understand why the virus, a less-lethal relative of smallpox, has cropped up in so many populations around the world

Saudi-Turkish reconciliation is a cause for concern in Iran

Saudi-Turkish reconciliation is a cause for concern in Iran

Following a year of intense diplomatic efforts to normalise relations and turn over a new leaf, relations between Turkey and Saudi Arabia seem to have warmed following the two-day visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Riyadh on …

Turkey is a cosmetic surgery hub

Turkey is a cosmetic surgery hub

Known for its pristine Aegean beaches and architectural wonders, Turkey also draws tourists for its cosmetic treatments

Okinawa unhappy with US military presence

Okinawa unhappy with US military presence

Fifty years after Okinawa was returned to Japan’s control, locals continue to decry the outsized burden the island group carries in the Japan-U.S. security alliance