Day: January 29, 2020

Coronavirus Disease Fuels Fears Of Health Crisis In Asia

Fears have begun to spread in China over the coronavirus disease, potentially raising prospects of a health crisis spreading through Asia. Originating in Wuhan, China, the coronavirus disease is a pneumonia-like illness. It has been identified as a cousin of the SARS virus, a sickness that spread across Asia in

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Australian Bushfires: Biological Apocalypse

Since September 2019, a large wave of fires has impacted several regions of the state of New South Wales and other coasts of Australia. Now, in the state of Victoria, the fire season has just begun. Although it is impossible to know exact figures, approximately 6.300,000 hectares have been burned,

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Food (In)Security In South-East Asia

Food security grows increasingly more important in today’s interconnected world, especially in an age where demand for international exports and diverse cuisines is larger than ever. In southeast Asia, a region that hosts some of the largest populations in the world, access to food is essential to continue global security.

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U.S. Imposes New Sanctions On Iran

On Friday, U.S. treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin and secretary of state Mike Pompeo announced that new tariffs will be imposed on Iran following Tehran’s attack on U.S. forces in Iraq. The new measures will target eight senior Iranian officials as well as individuals involved in the Iranian textile, construction, manufacturing,

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