More ambitious climate regulations are sparked by the clean energy race
According to a new evaluation, recent climate policy announcements are getting more ambitious and most aim for a rise in global temperatures of no
An Australian fleet of US Black Hawk helicopters will cost $2 billion.
A decade sooner than expected, Australia has announced that it will replace its fleet of Taipan military helicopters with 40 Black Hawk helicopters
South Africa is planning a new law to speed up energy projects amid power outages.
According to a presentation from the country's energy crisis committee viewed by Reuters on Tuesday, South Africa is creating new legislation to
Sheikh Mohammed declares the first government facility to receive a six-star rating in "This is Dubai."
The first government service center in Dubai to receive a six-star rating is a police station. At the Al Muraqqabat Police Station, the Dubai Ruler
England is preparing for the first satellite launch in western Europe.
Monday will see the launch of the first orbital satellites from Western Europe from Cornwall in southwest England. For the first time outside of
One comet will be visible from Earth every 50,000 years.
For the first time in 50,000 years, a comet will pass by Earth and the Sun in the next weeks, and it may be visible to the unaided eye. On
NASA satellite due to re-enter the atmosphere in the future, low threat
A defunct NASA satellite that has spent nearly 40 years in orbit is poised to hit the ground. According to a statement released by NASA on
Putin sends a warship armed with hypersonic missiles into active battle
As the battle in Ukraine rages on, Russian President Vladimir Putin has sent a ship equipped with hypersonic cruise missiles in the direction of the
Another year of share suspensions for Kenya Airways
The local stock exchange reports that trading in Kenya Airways shares has been halted for another year as the ailing national airline struggles to
According to Russia's Rostec, production of new electronic weaponry will shortly begin.
New electronic warfare and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technologies will reportedly begin mass production in the coming months, according to
UK train workers go back on strike as talks once more stagnate.
UK rail workers have gone on strike, alleging that the government is preventing rail operators from making a reasonable offer about job security,
North Korea launches ballistic missiles to close the year.
According to South Korea's military, North Korea has launched three short-range ballistic missiles toward the sea to the east of the Korean
North Korea condemns Japan's military expansion and vows to take response.
Japan's projected military buildup has been denounced by North Korea, which has promised to take action against Tokyo for making the "wrong and
Glencore will pay $180 million to settle Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) corruption charges.
The world's largest commodities trader Glencore has agreed to pay $180 million to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to settle corruption
Nigerian railway operations are resumed eight months after a significant attack.
The Kaduna train attack was one of several significant occurrences this year that highlighted the difficulty Nigeria's overworked security personnel
ConocoPhillips and QatarEnergy ink an LNG agreement for Germany
Beginning in 2026, the arrangement will supply Germany with two million tonnes of LNG per year for at least 15 years. The first such
A Pakistani woman who lost her pregnancy due to floods and still suffering health crisis
Numerous thousands of women continue to experience reproductive problems and escalating mental health challenges. Pakistan's Islamabad -
Kim, the leader of North Korea, makes a rare appearance with his daughter.
Kim Jong-un, the leader of North Korea, made his first public appearance with his young daughter, confirming long-circulating rumors that she
The first image from the James Webb Space Telescope has a "wow" effect.
The US space agency Nasa shared what it calls the "deepest and sharpest infrared image of the universe recorded to date" with US President Joe Biden