Russia’s Central Bank admits further easing of restrictions on capital movement as financial stability risks subside.
It’s a mundane day for errands: you run out to the store to pick up some groceries, some drugstore supplies, and fill up the gas tank.
Firefighting teams and equipment from six EU nations started to arrive in France on Thursday (11 August) to help battle a spate of wildfires, including a fierce blaze in the parched southwest that has forced thousands to evacuate.
The first regional forum of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC COP27), which will be held in Sharm el-Sheikh in November, kicked off Aug. 2 in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa.
The Trans-Saharan Gas Pipeline (TSGP) as the trilateral project with a decadeslong history is officially called recently saw a fresh attempt at a revival when representatives from Algeria, Niger and Nigeria met in Niamey, Niger.
Thousands more dead fish have been discovered in the Oder River that borders Germany and Poland, this time in the vicinity of the eastern city of Frankfurt (Oder).
Amid its driest spell of weather in well over a century, the UK is on the verge of introducing a hosepipe ban in some parts of the country, while the source of the River Thames is experiencing an unprecedented lack of water.
As Pakistan marks 75 years of independence this weekend, Islamabad has not planned any special ceremonies, aside from flag raising, a fireworks display in the capital, and a issuing a new 75 rupee note.
The Arctic has warmed nearly four times faster than the rest of the planet over the last 40 years.
Poland uses 10 million tons of coal a year to heat households — a whopping 87% of all coal consumed in EU homes in 2019.