Around 200 climate campaigners were ejected after staging a sit in, preventing access to one of the negotiating halls
Ethiopia’s Abiy Ahmed calls for peace in the Horn of Africa as he receives the Nobel Peace Prize medal
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed called for peace in the Horn of Africa as he received his Nobel Peace Prize medal in a ceremony on Tuesday
The debate that defined the year in film kicked off when Martin Scorsese asserted that Marvel’s superhero films weren’t really cinema. The director of The Irishman never fully backed away from that statement, but, in an opinion piece for the New York Times, he later intimated that his real beef was the shrinking range of alternatives in mainstream cinemas.
Finland’s transport minister, Sanna Marin, has been selected to lead the Social Democratic party, making her the country’s youngest prime minister
Africa is closely watched as the next big growth market – a description that has persisted for a while
Advocata Institute welcomes the newly appointed selection board to screen appointments for State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs).
Companies in every industry are digitalizing their operations, and many are struggling to find the talent they need to do it
For businesses today, cyber risk is everywhere. Yet for all the investments they’ve made to secure their systems and protect customers
Their commentary in the journal Nature says there’s growing evidence that irreversible climatic changes could be triggered within a few decades
Two thirds of the job losses will be management and office-based roles, Tata said
Readers of the upmarket travel publication Conde Nast Traveler have voted Sri Lanka the fourth best country to travel to in 2019 despite the Easter
So what are the views of Lebanon's business community, both in the country itself and abroad