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A Big New Deal in the World of Potash

A recent supply agreement between North American potash producers and China may be a sign that the fertilizer industry could be in the beginning stages of a long-awaited turnaround.

White Lives Matter rallies flop across America after counter protesters infiltrate Telegram groups

The far-right rallies were reportedly disrupted as activists infiltrated their online groups, leaked chats to the media, and used the information to organise counter protests.

Disney World's Animal Kingdom Finally Grows Up Tonight

Disney World's fourth theme park finally lives up to its all-day promise.

Digital resource center launched for persons with disability in Kenya

An online platform that provides community oriented technological solutions to connect, support and empower people with disabilities in Kenya has been launched. Dubbed EnableMe Kenya, the resource center has been launched through a collaboration between Light for the World and other key stakeholders. Iram Bahawal says the core mandate of EnableMe Kenya is information provision

Mohamed Salah's worth to Liverpool goes way beyond his world-class goal record

Egyptian's case for another lucrative Anfield contract extension gets more compelling when considering his super attitude and reliability

Will The World Cup Have a Lasting Effect on Anheuser-Busch InBev?

Anheuser-Busch InBev's plans to cash in on the FIFA World Cup were four years in the making, and the brewer was all over the event as it drew the eyes of sports fans around the world. Now that the games are over, the real test begins.

Irans Foreign Ministry blames Israel for Natanz incident, calls it trap to derail sanctions talks in Vienna RT World News

Iranian diplomats accused Israel of an act against humanity targeting the Natanz uranium enrichment facility, saying it was meant to derail talks on the lifting of sanctions.

Crime drops around the world as Covid-19 keeps people inside

In some places crime is down to levels unseen in decades.

Coronavirus live news: Warning as English pub gardens reopen; India sees record case rise, overtaking Brazil total

Australia scraps Covid vaccination deadline; India becomes second-worst affected country worldwide after US; England shops, salons and outdoor dining reopen for first time in four months

US-Germany World Cup: Would a Win Make Soccer More Viable in the United States?

The U.S. team is in the midst of an exciting run. Will that change the fate of Major League Soccer once the tournament ends?

Police fatally shoot Black man in traffic stop near Minneapolis, protests erupt

As angry crowds swelled into the hundreds outside the Brooklyn Center Police Department building on Sunday night, officers in riot gear fired rubber bullets and lobbed flash bangs at protesters and let off clouds of chemical irritants.

The World's 5 Most Workaholic Countries

Does America's ranking among the most workaholic countries surprise you?

Egypt jails man for 8 years in #MeToo case, World News

An Egyptian court Sunday sentenced a man to eight years in prison for sexually harassing three minors and drug possession, in a case that sparked outrage on social media.

Nuclear chief says the world, IAEA must address nuclear terrorism against Iran

TEHRAN Nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi on Sunday slammed the act of sabotage against Irans nuclear site in Natanz earlier in the day, noting that the international community and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) must deal with such nuclear terrorism that targets Irans facilities.

Joe Biden under pressure to do 'about-turn' on US' catastrophic climate disaster

JOE BIDEN is under pressure to act fast on his promises to reverse the US' catastrophic impact on climate change.

Anthony Joshua confirms the 'first official offer' to host world heavyweight bout against Tyson Fury

AJ showed his excitement at things moving in the right direction by posting an Instagram saying he had received 'positive news' on the mega-unification fight, with a deal said to be close.

Peru votes amid deadly coronavirus surge, World News

Peru voted for a new president Sunday, in its deadliest week yet of the Covid-19 pandemic, as polling queues vied with lines of people seeking oxygen for infected loved ones fighting for breath.

Iran blames Israel for sabotage at Natanz nuclear site

TEHRAN, Iran - Irans Foreign Ministry spokesman has blamed Israel for sabotage attack at underground Natanz nuclear facility.

Coronavirus update: Latest Covid-19 vaccine and world news

The pandemic has brought countries to a standstill. Meanwhile, vaccinations are underway as cases continue to rise. Follow here for the latest.

Tennis: Sinner on right path to becoming a champion, says Djokovic

MIAMI: World number one Novak Djokovic has marked Jannik Sinner as a future champion, saying the Italian teenager has the skill and the hunger to ...

Chad votes with 30-year ruler Deby poised for sixth win, World News

Chadians voted in presidential elections Sunday with Idriss Deby Itno set to win a sixth term after three decades in power.

World leaders pay tribute to Prince Philip as funeral details emerge

Political leaders and royal families across the world have paid tribute to Prince Philip who died last Friday, two months before his 100th birthday. Buckingham Palace has released details of the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral next Saturday which includes a 30-person limit due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Angela Markel on brink as anger over Covid corruption scandal escalates: 'A disaster!'

ANGELA MERKEL has once again landed in hot water, as anger over Germany's latest political scandal, directly tied to the coronavirus pandemic, is escalating, political commentators have suggested in a recent podcast.

Tell us if hes dead: Abductions and torture rattle Uganda

Three months after Ugandas president, Yoweri Museveni, won a sixth five-year term in office in the most fiercely contested election in years, his government appears to be intent on breaking the back of the political opposition.

Bad Bunny shows impressive moves during his WrestleMania debut

The Latino singer also announced his 2022 World tour on the weekend

PRGMEA backs PM stance on India but wants duty-free fabric import from across world

Pakistan Readymade Garments Manufacturers & Exporters Association (PRGMEA), supporting the Prime Ministers stance of no trade with India under current circumstances, reiterated its demand of allowing duty-free import of fabric from across the world to overcome local shortage, as the fabric in Pakistan is being sold at $2.5 against rate of $1.5 in China. PRGMEA []

India Makes Sustained Outreach to US Universities to Build Knowledge Partnerships

Get latest articles and stories on World at LatestLY. India, which sends the largest number of STEM students to the United States, is making a sustained outreach with American universities to build knowledge partnerships.

Drained by a year of COVID, many mayors head for the exit

Many American mayors are explaining their decision to leave office with the same reason: that the pandemic response demanded so much that they could not both campaign and perform their duties, or that the work had become so stressful that their families had recommended that they step away.

Leader of Merkel's party seeks backing in bid for chancellor

BERLIN (AP) The new leader of Chancellor Angela Merkel's party says he's confident of securing his party's support to become the center-right candidate for Germany's next leader, after he

'I've never seen a disease like Covid-19': South African Indian-origin academic

World-renowned South African Indian-origin academic Prof Hoosen Mahomed Jerry Coovadia has described the Covid-19 pandemic as something he has never seen in a career of over six decades. Dr Coovadia, now retired at 80, was speaking from his residence in Durban after the launch of the 7th edition of his seminal textbook Paediatrics and Child Health, 37 years after he first

Bangladesh economy shows recovery sign despite uncertainty created by COVID-19

Bangladeshrsquos economy is showing nascent signs of recovery backed by a rebound in exports, strong remittance inflows, and the ongoing vaccination program says a new World Bank report, ldquoBangladesh Development Update- Moving Forward Connectivity and Logistics to strengthen Competitiveness,rdquo launched today.

COVID-19 South African Variant Can Break Through

Results of a new Israeli study found out that the COVID-19 South African variant can break through some of the.. World One News Page: Monday, 12 April 2021

Facebook exec says it helped put Trump in

A senior Facebook executive on Tuesday said the world's biggest social network unintentionally helped put.. World One News Page: Wednesday, 8 January 2020

Prince Harry arrives in the UK without

The service for Prince Philip will be held at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle on Saturday, 17 April. World One News Page: Monday, 12 April 2021

China Is The First Country In The World To Launch Digital Currency And Heres How It Works

China has rolled out the digital Yuan in seven cities across the country and it's the first to do so in the world.

SUPERMAN IN LOVE: Henry Cavill introduces new GF to the world Manila Bulletin

Henry Cavill gave in to his romantic side recently, posting a photo of him and his new girlfriend on social media. Taking to Instagram, the actor wrote: "This is me looking quietly confident shortly before my beautiful and brillian

Ramadan Dubai restaurants food serve without curtain covers

Dubai is parting with a longstanding requirement that restaurants be covered by curtains in the daytime during Ramadan to shield the sight of food from people fasting.

Never Saw Anything Like Covid: Indian-Origin Professor Behind HIV Research

World-renowned South African Indian-origin academic Prof Hoosen Mahomed 'Jerry'' Coovadia has described the COVID-19 pandemic as something he has never seen in a career of over six decades.

Former Bangladesh Prime Minister Khaleda Zia tests positive for COVID-19

Former Bangladesh Prime Minister Khaleda Zia tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday (April 12), a year after she was released from jail temporarily amid the pandemic, according to media reports. The 75-year-old Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) chief s samples were sent to the International Centre

Sinner on right path to becoming a champion, says Djokovic

World number one Novak Djokovic has marked Jannik Sinner as a future champion, saying the Italian teenager has the skill and the hunger to develop ...

Nadal shrugs off fitness concerns ahead of Monte Carlo return

(Reuters) World number three Rafa Nadal says he is fully fit and confident about his preparations as he begins his claycourt season at the Monte Carlo Masters, with one eye on the pursuit of a 14th French Open crown.

Chinese Covid-19 vaccine efficacy is 'not high,' top health official admits

The efficacy of Chinese Covid-19 vaccines is "not high" and authorities are weighing options to bolster protection -- including mixing different shots, China's top disease control official has said.

Innovative India Must Capture All Segments of Financial Market to Fuel Growth: IMF

Get latest articles and stories on World at LatestLY. India is on the right track and is innovating on the policy side, including on digital identity and payments, but it also needs to capture all the segments of the financial market and institutions to make sure that every piece fits together like a puzzle to fuel growth in the country, according to a top IMF official.

Can You Guess the World's Most Popular Airplane? (Hint: It's Not From Boeing or Airbus)

The world's most popular aircraft is still being produced and it's not from either of the aviation giants.

Duncan Skinner was passionate about helping to change lives

Worlds of north-east business, charity and sport are mourning the death of one of lifes genuinely good guys Duncan Skinner.

Worlds top pension fund treads water

As ESG picks up pace.

Online schools are here to stay, even after the pandemic

In December, Bloomington Public Schools decided to keep running the online school even after the pandemic subsides. Lisa Levin plans to re-enroll Rory for this fall.

The Latest: NZ requiring border workers get doses this month

WELLINGTON, New Zealand New Zealand is requiring that all border workers be vaccinated against the coronavirus by the end of the month.

Indecisive Peru presidential vote amid deadly Covid-19 surge

LIMA, April 12 Ballots were being counted Sunday in Peruvian presidential elections destined for a run-off with no candidate able to fire up the crisis-weary nation, during its deadliest week of the Covid-19 pandemic to date. Some 25 million people were eligible to vote which is mandatory...

Tennis-Sinner on right path to becoming a champion, says Djokovic

World number one Novak Djokovic has marked Jannik Sinner as a future champion, saying the Italian teenager has the skill and the hunger to develop into a top player. The 19-year-old is at a career-best ranking of 22 and made his maiden ATP Masters 1000 final earlier this month at the Miami Open.