Regions

Categories

Statistics

Africa

DRC’s power transfer: Constitutional court upholds Tshisekedi’s election

The constitutional court of the Democratic Republic of Congo has confirmed the election of Felix Tshisekedi as the new president of the country, rejecting...

America

US: County By County, Researchers Link Opioid Deaths To Drugmakers’ Marketing

Victoria Knight Researchers sketched a vivid line Friday linking the dollars spent by drugmakers to woo doctors around the country to a vast opioid epidemic...

Asia

Muslim minority in the southern Philippines vote in plebiscite on autonomy

Residents of Muslim dominated regions of Philippines' Mindanao island voted on Monday in a referendum to decide whether they want autonomy to the country. The...

Australia

Australia under the grip of heatwave

Currently under the grip of heatwaves for the fourth consecutive day, several parts of Australia have witnessed record levels of temperature. According to the Bureau...

Europe

British parliament rejects Brexit deal

The British Parliament on Tuesday overwhelmingly voted against a deal that the Theresa May government had reached with the European Union to allow an...

International

Huge disparities in C-sections highlights inequalities in healthcare

Marleen Temmerman, The Aga Khan University and Ties Boerma, University of Manitoba When pregnancy or childbirth go wrong, access to Caesarean section – usually...

India

Kerala’s 96-year-old Karthyani Amma chosen as Commonwealth of Learning Goodwill Ambassador

Karthyani Amma, a 96-year old woman from Kerala, who topped the 4th standard equivalency examination by the state government, has been selected as the...

Do you know?

Why does malaria recur? How pieces of the puzzle are slowly...

Miles B. Markus, University of the Witwatersrand Some people suffer from repeated attacks of malaria. These can occur weeks to months or longer after contracting...

Marginalised

How harvesting natural products can help rural people beat poverty

Ornamental craft made from palm leaves and pine cone in grass baskets are sold in Eswatini. Deepa Pullanikkatil Deepa Pullanikkatil, University of Glasgow Every day, people around...

KNOW MORE ABOUT DEVELOPMENT CHANNEL