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    Droughts or storms? The dire dilemma of Zimbabwe local weather migrants

    Mutara, Zimbabwe – A decade in the past, Lloyd Gweshengwe migrated to Zimbabwe’s Eastern Highlands, lured by the area’s plentiful rainfall, fertile soils and...

    Back to buying, to not work: What’s up with the US restoration?

    Americans saved spending final month, sending retail gross sales unexpectedly larger — however preliminary claims for jobless advantages additionally ticked up final week, sparking...

    Can Faiz Hameed be next Army Chief of Pakistan?

    The Chief of Army Staff (COAS) of Pakistan is de facto the most powerful person in the nuclear-armed state. General Qamar Javed Bajwa serves...

    Muslim teams boycott Hilton over deliberate resort on Uighur mosque

    A bunch of greater than 40 Muslim-American civil rights organisations within the United States introduced on Thursday a marketing campaign to boycott Hilton Worldwide...

    Australia-U.S. nuclear submarine deal emerges against China

    The United States, Britain and Australia said on Wednesday they would establish a security partnership for the Indo-Pacific that will involve helping Canberra acquire...

    Drawing the Soviet Union into a Vietnam quagmire: Part 2

    It was surely no coincidence, as the Jimmy Carter administration was looking on in dismay at Iran’s exit from US control in early 1979,...

    Rupee bounces back as SBP’s warning to speculators works

    Ali Khizar, an economics journalist took to Twitter to say that the threat by Deputy Governor State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) to market speculators...

    UN warns that unchecked AI threat to human life

    The UN’s human rights chief has called for a moratorium on the use of some artificial intelligence tech, such as bulk facial recognition until...

    N.Korea tests new railway-borne missile system to strike ‘threatening forces’

    The missiles fired by North Korea on Wednesday were a test of a new “railway-borne missile system” designed as a potential counter-strike to any...

    Fawad Chaudhry defends high petrol prices

    As the Pakistani nation buckles under the recent spike in petrol prices, Minister Fawad Chaudhry states that the prices in Pakistan are still the...