CEE-China Institute, a research institute based in Budapest, is suspected of spying on the Central and Eastern European region.
Dan van Holst Pellekaan is officially South Australia’s new Deputy Premier, after a vote of Lower House Liberal MPs this afternoon.
Farmers in north-west New South Wales say they are outraged at a fine handed to a coal company for unlawfully taking water, saying it amounts to a mere “slap on the wrist”.
A central Queensland conservation group says a new funding lifeline for a critically endangered ghost bat colony has been worth the fight that lasted almost half a century.
The Government has been advised in a new report that it should legislate to remove a ban on commercial peat harvesting, potentially for the next 14 years.
Green co-leader Robert Habeck is set to take over the Economy and Energy Ministry, whose portfolio is to be expanded into climate as well.
After dozens lost their lives in severe flooding in southern India, climate experts are now calling on government officials to prioritize climate-proof infrastructure and take measures to prevent further destruction from major weather events.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday asked industries to invest in the Northeast and said the Narendra Modi government has created a conducive environment for the industrial growth of the region.
The empowerment of Saudi women was the focus of a conference in Riyadh organized by Imam Muhammad bin Saud Islamic University under the patronage of Princess Fahda bint Falah Al-Hithlain.
Who’s Who: Mohammed Abdullah Al-Hasan, head of corporate communication at Saudi Arabia’s Water Regulator
Mohammed Abdullah Al-Hasan has been the spokesperson and head of corporate communication at the Water Regulator, an administratively independent agency working under the Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture, since November.