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Why Israel Must Win War Against Hamas

21 Feb 2024 Hanan Goder

Hamas's ongoing aggression against Israel has reached a critical juncture following its vicious attack on October 7, 2023 and has deep-rooted implications not just for the region, but for global stability as well. In the wake of the frenzy of Read More
US issues over 10 million visas in one year

12 Jan 2024 Asaël Häzaq

Impact on economy and job market The world's leading power continues to attract as many people as ever. While the job market is not as intense, labor shortages are still real. The nation heavily depends on immigration, an essential factor Read More
Artful Weaving Nepali Topi

1 Jan 2024 Arun

Every year on January 1, National Topi Day is celebrated with various programs in Kathmandu and Patan. As the influence of western culture is increasing in the country, some young people started a campaign to celebrate 'Topi Diwas' from Bikram Read More

1 Jan 2024 Sandhya Shrestha

The world celebrates various events to welcome New Year 2024 bidding Goodbye to 2023.NewYear is a refreshing and rejoicing mood that gives us inspiration to start new work with newer resolutions and also by reaffirming good intentions on our march Read More
Dengue – Global Situation

31 Dec 2023 FA News Desk

The global incidence of dengue has markedly increased over the past two decades, posing a substantial public health challenge. From 2000 to 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) documented a ten-fold surge in reported cases worldwide increasing from 500 000 Read More
Migration: Compulsion or Aspiration

28 Dec 2023 Arun Ranjit

Since the earliest times, humanity has been on the move. Some people move in search of work or economic opportunities, to join family, or to study. Others move to escape conflict, persecution, terrorism, or human rights violations. During a decade-long Read More
Inequalities among children deepening in Asia and Europe

28 Dec 2023 Arun Ranjit

The COVID-19 pandemic, climate disasters and ongoing conflict have deepened inequalities among children in Central Asia and Europe. The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has estimated 35 to 40 million children across Europe and Central Asia are living in poverty with Read More
Israel for peace, coexistence in Gaza Strip

17 Oct 2023 Hanan Goder

Hamas’ Massacre: Urgent need to dispel myths As Israel has gradually resumed control and cleared the border areas flooded with terrorists, the extent of the Hamas massacre has been revealed: As of today, we have counted more than 1,400 people Read More
The Abraham Accords: Celebrating Three Years of Regional Cooperation

15 Sep 2023 Hanan Goder

Today 15 September marks the third anniversary of the signing of the historic Abraham Accords. The accords are a very important milestone for the normalization between Middle East countries Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Morocco. The Abraham Accords Read More
Airlines Need to Rethink Pilot Training

23 May 2023 Geoffrey Thomas

The world’s airlines need to rethink pilot training if the upward trend of avoidable loss of control accidents is to be reduced according to an updated report “Airline Pilot Training – Time to Revisit the Basics” from the Flight Ops Read More