Nepal elections: Young independents look to make big gains
18 November 2022 | 4:51 pm
As Nepal goes to the polls, independent candidates say progressive platforms offer a desired alternative to traditional parties.
June 5, 2023
June 7, 2023
June 10, 2023
June 13, 2023
June 18, 2023
July 8, 2023
Central and Eastern Europe has emerged as a popular nearshoring destination globally after the pandemic and war in Ukraine, with Poland benefiting the most. Experts say there is no reason it cannot last.
CNBC Africa is joined by Gundo Maswime, Civil Engineer Lecturer at the University Cape Town and Kasief Isaacs, Head of Private Markets at Mergence Investment Managers for this discussion.
Using highly complex surgical procedures, Valdano Manuel challenges the limits of human life. The young Angolan cardiovascular surgeon, who was trained in Brazil, decided to return to the country to help his people.
Kyiv said it had made the first modest gains in reclaiming territory from Russia as part of its counteroffensive. DW has the latest.
Ibrahim Ajayi Bayom speaks seven languages and aims to learn even more! He practices speaking the languages in the cosmopolitan city of Lagos, Nigeria and also has many online friends worldwide, who he chats with to practice his skills.
Germany's far-right AfD party has won its first governing post on a district council in the state of Thuringia. It's just the latest political gain in a wider European shift to the right.
Despite government incentives, high youth unemployment and financial stress are keeping young people from choosing to marry and start families.
As rape cases rise in South Africa, young women are learning to fight back through self-defence training
As rape cases rise in South Africa, young women are learning to fight back through self-defence training.
Women who fled violence in Sudan’s Darfur gather around their tents in a refugee camp in the border city of Adre in Chad, from a conflict that has raged their country for 100 days. The women and their children say they escaped the violence on foot, leaving behind their burnt homes and shattered cities, and they say many men have been killed.
8 year old Nigerian chess prodigy pushes for more young players because ''it can make the world better''
In the bustling suburb of Kubwa, just outside Nigeria's capital, Abuja, an 8-year old chess prodigy is making her mark by using the ancient board game as a tool for change and empowerment. Ivie Urieto has been conquering both local and online chess competitions with her skills and unwavering determination.
Young environmental activists sued the US state for allowing fossil fuel development which they argue harms their physical and mental health. The trial is believed to be the first of its kind in the US.
53 mins ago
The vehicle, which was carrying tourists plunged from an overpass in northern Italy. At least 21 people had been killed with more injured or unaccounted for.
1 hour ago
In view of the large number of asylum seekers coming to Germany and the pressure authorities face caring for them, positions on migration policy are changing. Denmark's tough approach is seen as model — at first glance.
1 hour ago
The Netherlands has announced the closure of the Groningen gas field, where extraction has been blamed for earthquakes that have severely damaged homes and other nearby buildings. Also in this edition: the UK awards its top defence firm a £4 billion contract to build nuclear submarines, and Chinese craft brewers celebrate the lifting of tariffs on Australian barley.
2 hours ago
From Thailand to Mallorca, local ecosystems have suffered under the weight of mass tourism. Can visitor number limits and sustainable practices help restore the balance?
2 hours ago
Madrid is hosting a conference with climate leaders before COP28 in Dubai, as the European Union races to firm up a plan to cut harmful emissions.
3 hours ago
France declares war on bedbugs—and so far the bedbugs are winning. Paris is at war with bedbugs. A rash of bedbug sightings across France is causing paranoia among travelers and becoming a sore spot for the government as Paris prepares to host the Olympics next year.