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Brazil under threat

Brazil under threat

By Angela Perez Journalist, Brazil SÃO PAULO: Almost 36 years after the re-democratization in Brazil, which lived through 21 years of military rule, the country today breathes an air of authoritarian populism. Mirroring itself in right-wing regimes in various parts of the world and in the administration of former American President Donald Trump, President of […]

Nature Cell announces Phase 3 clinical trials results of “JointStem,”, world’s first treatment for severe degenerative arthritis

Nature Cell announces Phase 3 clinical trials results of “JointStem,”, world’s first treatment for severe degenerative arthritis

  Retain statistical significance for both joint function and pain as the primary evaluation index Based upon the ‘P’ value that determines the success or failure of statistical significance, results were far better than 0.05 point By Juhyung Lee, Reporter mintcondition@theasian.asia SEOUL: On March 15, Nature Cell, the South Korean stem cell therapy company announced the […]

Difficult year for Nepali journalists

Difficult year for Nepali journalists

By Kuber Chalise Editor of Karobar National Economic Daily KATHMANDU: It is between the devil and the sky for Nepali journalist. First they lost their jobs because of Covid-19, and then the government came heavy on them as the politics polarized in Nepal. As the Covid-19 started spreading, Nepal government imposed lockdown on March 24, […]

Myanmar’s ‘22222’ anti-coup protest movement spreads across South Korea

Myanmar’s ‘22222’ anti-coup protest movement spreads across South Korea

SEOUL: Eight international students of the Korean Language Students Association from Myanmar’s Mandalay and Yangon University, including Daw Aye Aye Thin and Su Win Lai, have condemned the military coup in Myanmar on Monday afternoon in front of the Seoul United Nations Human Rights Office in Jongno-gu, Seoul. “The Myanmar military should stop the coup […]

The Indian Farmer Protests: An overview of the world’s biggest sit-down protest happening in India right now

The Indian Farmer Protests: An overview of the world’s biggest sit-down protest happening in India right now

  By Gunjeet Sra* NEW DELHI: On June 3, 2020, the Indian government announced that it would be introducing new agricultural ordinances in favour of farmers. The Agricultural Minister, Narendra Singh Tomar called them a “a historic-step in unlocking the vastly regulated agricultural markets in the country.”  A month later, protests against the said ordinances began […]

Fashion dazzle at Saudi Cup 2021

Fashion dazzle at Saudi Cup 2021

  RIYADH: Elite horse racing and fashion went hand in hand at the $20 million race at the King Abdulaziz Racecourse in Saudi Arabia, the world’s most valuable. Several women, Saudi and foreigners, descended wearing fashionable clothes and made sure that the prestigious horse race can also be a landmark fashion event, a tribute to […]

Situation in Afghanistan defies solutions amid lack of genuine will, absence of sensible moves

Situation in Afghanistan defies solutions amid lack of genuine will, absence of sensible moves

  CAIRO: Asia Journalist Association President Ashraf Aboul-Yazid has ruled out the possibility of a real solution to the Afghanistan crisis in the near future. “I am pessimistic. If I say there is a solution, I think I am far from the right thing because the cycle of this threat is repeated,” he said. “There […]

United Arab Emirates issues jail, fine warning over not reporting COVID-19 infection

United Arab Emirates issues jail, fine warning over not reporting COVID-19 infection

ABU DHABI: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has warned that anyone who fails to report that he or she is infected with the COVID-19 will be sent to jail and or ordered to pay a fine. The fine will be between $2,722 and $13,600, the UAE public prosecution said in its warning. It is mandatory […]

COVID-19: a lingering gigantic challenge – Part 3/3: The poorest countries and issues

COVID-19: a lingering gigantic challenge – Part 3/3: The poorest countries and issues

By Dr. Hassan Humeida Port of Kiel, Germany: With the beginning of the activation of the protective vaccine against the coronavirus, other concerns began in the rest of the world, especially in the poor countries. While people in developed countries follow the principle “Do not leave anyone behind you and alone”, people in the world’s […]

COVID-19: a lingering gigantic challenge – Part 2/3: Germany and a glimmer of hope

COVID-19: a lingering gigantic challenge – Part 2/3: Germany and a glimmer of hope

  By Dr. Hassan Humeida Port of Kiel, Germany: Germany is one of the great world powers that continue to suffer from the coronavirus and its consequences. The rich and powerful country is among the major industrialized countries in the globe, one of the world’s highest-ranked exporter of high quality industrial products. Germany plays the […]

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