The President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, made a statement that Turkey is part of Europe. Hence, making a claim that Turkey is part of Europe is a strategic move, and yet another attempt to join the European Union. President Erdogan has also been accused of wanting to restore the Ottoman Empire.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) predicts that the Indian economy may shrink by 10.3% this year. The IMF released the “Asia-Pacific Economic Outlook Report” on Wednesday. The report also predicts that the Asia-Pacific economy will shrink by 2.2% in 2020, which is a 0.6 percentage point lower than the forecast in June this year.
The creation of the Eurasian Economic Union has been predetermined by three historical aspects, which, within the framework of close cooperation, determine the direction of the economies of the member states. These three formats, which are interfaced to one degree or another, gave the prototype of the EAEU.
Mahinda Rajapaksa, 74 year-old leader of the Sri Lanka People’s Party (SLPP), was sworn in as the country’s Prime Minister for the fourth time on Sunday. The swearing-in ceremony was held for Sri Lanka’s Ninth Parliament at the historic Buddhist temple, “Rajmaha Vihar,” in Kelaniya, a suburb of North Colombo.
Information from the National Commission of Health Services for Officials said that Le Kha Phieu, former General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam, died early on the morning of August 7. Le Kha Phieu died at the age of 89 at 2:52 on August 7 in Hanoi after a period of illness.
From the beginning, the tiger was not the national animal of India. After independence in 1948, the Central Government led by Jawaharlal Nehru declared the Asian Lion as the national animal of India. However, in 1973, the Wildlife Board of India declared the tiger the national animal of India.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced on Monday that the Executive Council had met in advance to pass emergency legislation to fight the new coronavirus pandemic. There has been a clear local outbreak of COVID-19 in Hong Kong, leading the government to tighten its epidemic prevention and control measures.
The total number of people infected with coronavirus in Azerbaijan is close to 14,000. Another 508 cases of infection were registered on Tuesday, and 335 people were treated and cured. Six people who tested positive for COVID-19 were reported to have died yesterday.
Economic markets worldwide are in a slump due to concerns over the impact of an increase in coronavirus infections on the economy. World markets have fallen after the US Federal Reserve warned that the US economy could take a long time to recover. Financial indicators have seen some of the worst days since March.
Another 288 people were confirmed to be infected with coronavirus in Nepal on Tuesday. According to Ministry of Health and Population spokesperson Dr. Vikas Devkota, the total number of infected people in Nepal has reached 2,099. Among those confirmed infected on Tuesday are four health workers working in Kathmandu. Eight of the infected have died.
Clashes on the Kyrgyz-Tajik border Friday left four people hospitalized, and one Kyrgyz serviceman in critical condition. Two other soldiers were reported to be in good condition, while a civilian was sent home after receiving first aid. The serviceman, born in 1994, was shot in the chest and abdomen.
China continues to suppress vital information and critical data pertaining to the origin of coronavirus in Wuhan. The Chinese scientists that published the genome sequence disappeared and their lab was immediately shut down. According to a French virologist and Nobel Prize winner the coronavirus is indeed a man made virus from a Chinese lab. It is in line with the findings of an Indian Lab, but they were pressured to abandon their findings back in February of this year.
Coronavirus continues to dominate all the news. As April 10th, the number of infected around the world surpassed 1.6 million and the death toll reached over 100,000. The pandemic continues to cripple global economies and quarantines around the world continue. There are also disturbing cases of possible reinfection with the virus in South Korea. However, a new research paper believes there are three types of Coronavirus around the world, so it could be plausible people are getting “reinfected” with a different strain.
Recently, a fictional movie about Putin has been completed. The budget for the film was 800 million Rubles ($13.1 million) The movie has a historic theme and Vladimir Putin is portrayed as Czar Nikolas I and the whole plot is about how the emperor is always right. The epoch is early 1800s. It is not a surprise, with the movie budget alone, to believe the film is social engineering propaganda in the post Russian space. Of course, along the golden Russian tradition, the film has already been leaked on purpose. That way it will reach a wider audience everywhere versus people having to go to a Russian movie theater to see it. It is a prelude.
Russia’s head of the Minenergo, Alexander Novak, recently stated the nation’s interest is to gradually severe ties with OPEC, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries comprised of 14 nations. Founded in 1960 in Baghdad by the first five members, OPEC moved its headquartered in 1965 to Vienna, Austria. The countries that joined later were:
Sri Lanka’s fоrmеr dеfеnѕе mіnіѕtеr, Gotabaya Rajapaksa, won the country’s рrеѕіdеntіаl еlесtіоn оn Sundау wіth 52.25 реrсеnt оf thе vote. Sri Lanka’s Elесtоrаl Commission Chairman, Mаhіndа Deshapriya, said орроѕіtіоn candidate Rajapaksa received 6.9 mіllіоn votes, оr 41.9 percent оf thе vote. Thе swearing-in сеrеmоnу іѕ ѕсhеdulеd fоr Mоndау.
Hong Kong is presently experiencing a political crisis. Large scale use of law enforcement and military is being used to disperse the protesters. However, the system itself is failing and it will lead to additional protests. Historically, an achievement of the Freudo-Marxists was the quantum leap through the rationalistic outlook which had dominated in the Marxist tradition. Furthermore, the escalation of the crisis in Hong Kong is inevitable due to the bygone times and political reality of the Chinese territory.