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Paige

Paige is our international correspondent reporting from Europe. She holds a Bachelor Degree in journalism and has covered exclusive articles on Brexit. She also covers updates on solutions for the prevailing climate change crisis.
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Belarusian leader thanks Putin for economic support during mass protests

Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko thanked President Vladimir Putin on Monday for the economic support his country received from Russia when he was facing mass...

London will bounce back: Don’t write off big cities yet, UK’s Johnson says

It is premature to write off big cities such as London which will bounce back strongly as the pandemic wanes, British Prime Minister Boris...

Georgian police storm opposition party offices, detain its leader

Georgian police stormed the party offices of opposition leader Nika Melia and detained him early on Tuesday, days after the prime minister resigned after...

Easy Tips to do your Makeup flawlessly this Summer

Warm weather, pool parties, and blooming flowers are a few things I love about Summer. Want to hear what makes me cringe? My winter...

Slovak minister asks EU partners for vaccines to help ‘tragic’ COVID situation

Slovakia’s foreign minister called on EU partners on Monday to send an advance vaccine shipment to the central European country which he said was...

Sharp Drop in Hospitalizations after COVID Vaccine: Scottish Researchers

Researchers in Scotland say its COVID-19 vaccination program has led to a sharp drop in hospitalizations. Scientists from the University of Edinburgh, the University of...

Germany urges EU to prepare sanctions on Russia over Navalny

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas on Monday urged his EU counterparts to give the green light to sanctions against Russian officials responsible for jailing...

Young children return to school in Germany

Elementary schools and kindergartens in more than half of Germany’s 16 states reopened Monday after two months of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic. The...

The Ultimate Rotorua Travel Guide

Catch a puff of Rotorua's sulfur-rich air, and you've already had an intro to New Zealand's most powerful geothermal area. The Māori adored this...

British Government aims to complete first vaccine dose by July 31

The British government says it aims to give every adult in the country a first dose of coronavirus vaccine by July 31, a month...

Serbia receives first shipment of AstraZeneca Vaccines

 Serbia has received a first shipment of 150,000 AstraZeneca vaccines, adding to the three other vaccines already in use. The Balkan nation of 7 million...

With heavy hearts, Italians mark year of COVID-19 outbreak

With wreath-laying ceremonies, tree plantings and church services, Italians on Sunday marked one year since their country experienced its first known COVID-19 death. Towns in...

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‘50% of Indian firms to deploy intelligent automation by 2024’

(IANS) Nearly half of all businesses in India will implement robotic process automation (RPA) by 2024, said an IDC study on Wednesday. The study commissioned by...

TikTok purges over 3 lakh videos for spreading misinformation

(IANS) Popular short video-sharing platform TikTok has removed over 340,000 videos in the US for breaking the platform's rules around misinformation about the 2020 presidential...

Flipkart plans to deploy 25K electric vehicles by 2030 (Lead)

(IANS) A day after Amazon India said it has deployed nearly 100 Mahindra Treo Zor three-wheelers, e-commerce marketplace Flipkart on Wednesday said it will deploy...

Telegram introduces auto-delete messages feature

(IANS) Telegram, which is fast gaining users in India in the wake of a WhatsApp privacy row, on Wednesday said it has introduced an auto-delete...
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