How Long COVID affects the careers of top athletes

India, March 25 -- Marie-Sophie Zeidler's training is intense and her focus is on the 2024 Olympic Gamesin Paris. However, the top German rower is still having to contend with an opponent who is diffi... Read More

Nationwide strikes, protests in France as Macron defiant

Dhaka, March 25 -- French unions staged a national day of protests on Thursday, a day after President Emmanuel Macron issued a defiant defense of having forced through an increase of the retirement ag... Read More

Israel's military reservists criticize judicial reform

Dhaka, March 25 -- Former air force pilot Guy Poran gulps down a coffee and quickly eats a homemade sandwich before his next interview. It's a rare break for Poran, who represents a group of about 1,3... Read More

Bird flu outbreak: Will it cause the next pandemic?

India, March 20 -- Scientists are already talking about the largest observed avian influenza epidemic in European history. And it started around the same time as COVID-19. There are a number of differ... Read More

Tony Blair: Putin can't use Iraq to justify Ukraine invasion

Dhaka, March 20 -- Russia's invasion of Ukraine cannot be equated with the US-led invasion of Iraq, former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair said Saturday, ahead of the 20th anniversary of the conflict tha... Read More

Japan ends export curbs on South Korea as relations thaw

Dhaka, March 17 -- Japan and South Korea have agreed to mend an almost four-year-old trade dispute, the two governments announced on Thursday. The announcement was made during South Korean President ... Read More

Sold out Jan Vermeer exhibition Amsterdam goes online

India, March 15 -- When the large-scale exhibition of works by the Dutch master Johannes Vermeer (1632-1675) opened on February 10 at Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum, all 450,000 tickets quickly sold out. The... Read More

Call for vaccine equity so Covid mistakes are not repeated

Dhaka, March 12 -- A group of world leaders and activists have called for urgent action to vaccinate low and middle-income countries to bring an end to the Covid-19 pandemic. The letter from The Peop... Read More

Vermeer reinterpreted: Girl with an Amber Earring

India, Feb. 17 -- This year, the Netherlands will mark 150 years since the abolition of slavery in the country's colonies. Cameroonian photographer Angele Etoundi Essamba was inspired by this memorial... Read More

Nato pledges Turkey quake aid, appeals for Finland, Sweden

Dhaka, Feb. 17 -- Nato Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said in Turkey on Thursday that the military alliance would be sending "tens of thousands of tents" to the country as authorities race to offe... Read More