The end of tourism?

Three-quarters of the 2 million foreign tourists who came to Kenya last year came for the wildlife. Were it not for tourism, many of the 160 private reserves that provide vital corridors for migrating animals and excess grazing capacity for the country’s national parks would revert to being hunting grounds or be turned over for […]

UK’s Sunak says: We cannot protect every job

LONDON (Reuters) – British finance minister Rishi Sunak said on Tuesday that the government was unable to protect every job affected by COVID-19, after official figures showed the biggest fall since 2009 in the number of people in work.

Roman industrial site unearthed in Northamptonshire gives a detailed picture of what life was like in Britain during the final century of the empire

54BC – Caesar crossed the channel again in his second attempt to conquer Britain. He came with with 27,000 infantry and cavalry and landed at Deal but were unopposed. They marched inland and after hard battles they defeated the Britons and key tribal leaders surrendered.

UK used car sales halve in Q2

LONDON, Aug. 11 (Xinhua) — The British used car market declined by nearly half in the second quarter of 2020 as lockdown measures battered the market, said a report by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).

As Russia Unveils World’s First COVID-19 Vaccine, How Many Others are Being Developed?

South Korea A consortium made up of Genexine, Binex, GenNBio, International Vaccine Institute, Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology and Pohang University of Science & Technology has begun Phase 2 trials on 190 volunteers aged between 18 and 50.

China Outpaces US With Record 133 Firms on Fortune 500 List for First Time in History Amid Trade War

“The good thing is that infrastructure and energy companies belong to the field of public utilities, and state-owned monopolies avoid redundant construction and enhances pricing power. But the bad thing is that these companies have huge scale, rely on administrative power and policy inclination to form monopolies, and they are different from companies that grow […]