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Scottish and Welsh elections could determine future of British union

Voters in Scotland and Wales are heading to the polls on Thursday in highly-anticipated parliamentary elections which could determine the future of Britain's union. Citizens...
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Export markets could drive growth of Kenya’s pharmaceutical industry

Export markets could drive the growth of Kenya's pharmaceutical industry, says a report released on Wednesday by the International Finance Corporation, a private sector...
Photo taken on Jan. 22, 2020 shows an exterior view of the headquarters of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, Switzerland. The WHO on Wednesday night extended to Thursday its emergency talks on whether the novel coronavirus outbreak in China constitutes a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC). (Xinhua/Liu Qu)

New COVID-19 strains could prolong second wave in Africa – WHO

Discovery of new COVID-19 variants in several African countries risk prolonging the second wave in the continent and overwhelm its already fragile public health...

Chinese COVID-19 vaccine could fuel Sino-Africa ties

Chinese COVID-19 vaccines could fuel Sino-Africa ties, a Kenyan scholar said on Tuesday. Cavince Adhere, an international relations expert on China-Africa relations,...
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Experts say TikTok ban could isolate U.S.

Washington's ban on TikTok and a related series of lawsuits are pushing the United States down the road of isolation, experts have said. ...
WASHINGTON, Aug. 24, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken in Arlington, Virginia, the United States, on Aug. 24, 2020 shows screens displaying U.S. President Donald Trump speaking during the 2020 Republican National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina. Trump was nominated for a second term on Monday at the 2020 Republican National Convention (RNC) in Charlotte, North Carolina, which has been scaled back due to the coronavirus pandemic. (Xinhua/Liu Jie)

Could mountains of mail-in ballots spark U.S. election chaos?

by Matthew Rusling This election year could well see the largest number of mail-in ballots in recent memory, and...

NRL players could face 100 million Austrlian dollar pay cut over next two years...

The National Rugby League (NRL) of Australia could cut players' salaries by more than 100 million Australian dollars (about 72.8 million U.S. dollars) over...
Workers assemble Audi A6 L cars at a workshop of FAW-Volkswagen Automobile Co., Ltd. in Changchun, northeast China's Jilin Province, Feb. 17, 2020. A batch of black-colored Audi A6 L cars rolled off the production line on Monday. As the first batch of new cars produced at the FAW-Volkswagen Changchun base after the outbreak of novel coronavirus, it marked that the FAW-Volkswagen Automobile Co., Ltd., a passenger car joint venture between FAW and Volkswagen AG, officially resumed production. With thorough epidemic prevention and control measures, the joint venture's four major manufacturing bases in Changchun, Chengdu, Qingdao and Tianjin resumed production on Monday. (Xinhua/Zhang Nan)

Kenya’s car imports could take 2 years to recover from COVID-19 disruption

Kenya's car imports are likely to take two years to recover from the negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, Peter Otieno, chairman of Car...
renewable energy

Botswana could become renewable energy hub of southern Africa – experts

Botswana could become a producer of cleaner and cheaper electricity produced through the development of renewable energy, energy experts said. Gilles Beau,...

Herd immunity strategy against COVID-19 could kill 2 million Americans – expert

About 2 million Americans could die in an attempt to try to achieve so-called herd immunity in the country, a U.S. medical expert said...
WASHINGTON D.C., April 23, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on April 22, 2020 shows the White House in Washington D.C., the United States. U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that he has signed an executive order, limiting immigration to the United States for 60 days amid the COVID-19 pandemic. (Xinhua/Liu Jie)

U.S. economy could degrade to “no growth at all” without COVID-19 relief bill: economists

The U.S. economy could degrade to "no growth at all" if Congress fails to pass the next COVID-19 relief bill, two renowned American economists...
A fighter of the UN-recognized Libyan government gestures on a pickup truck in the Abu Qurain area about 300 kilometers east of the Libyan capital Tripoli, July 20, 2020.

Libya humanitarian situation could turn into disaster over Sirte – UN

The humanitarian situation in Libya, which is already dire, could turn into a humanitarian disaster if hostilities erupt over the coastal city of...
Local people celebrate a week-long reduction of violence period in Kandahar city, southern Afghanistan, Feb. 21, 2020. A week-long reduction of violence period during which the Afghan security forces and Taliban insurgents will refrain from operations and attacks would start by early Saturday, a local TV channel reported on Friday. (Photo by Sanaullah Seiam/Xinhua)

Comparative peace could be huge relief in Afghan district

by Abdul Haleem, Chen Xin Afghanistan's Faryab province is among the most restive provinces in the country's northern region, but Khan-e-Charbagh district...
Microbiologist Dr Pattanathu Rahman

Could sewage monitoring help track Covid-19 hotspots?

Scientists suggest the Covid-19 virus could be tracked through a closer watch on sewage systems worldwide. The virus has been detected in the faeces of...
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World Economic Forum warns COVID-19 could derail energy transition

The transformation of the global energy system could be derailed as the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause economic and social damage, the World...
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AfCFTA could help African economies bounce back

The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) could help African economies recover from the impact of COVID-19, said the director of regional integration and...
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Covid-19: What Hibiscus Tea Could Bring To Ghana?

Background In the wake of the Covid 19 pandemic, Madagascar President, Rajoelina took the world by storm after endorsing an herbal product formulated and...
petroleum revenue

Oil price war could create decline in Angola’s economy

The oil price war together with COVID-19 outbreak is affecting Angola, Angolan economist Carlos Rosado de Carvalho said in an interview to Xinhua. ...
petroleum revenue

Oil field services jobs could reduce by 20 percent due to low prices, pandemic

One out of five oil-field services jobs could disappear this year as decades-low prices and the COVID-19 pandemic hammers the industry, U.S. local newspaper...

Rise in COVID-19 cases could cause Brazil’s health system to collapse

The number of COVID-19 cases in Brazil is expected to skyrocket in the near future, which could lead to the collapse of the country's...
Experts of people’s hospital of Zigui county, Yichang, Hubei province, hold a teleconsultation to discuss the situation of a suspected case of novel coronavirus pneumonia in a health center of Lianghekou town, Zigui, Feb.7, 2020. (Photo by Wang Jiaman/People’s Daily Online)

Suspected coronavirus patients could face detainment under South Australian laws

South Australians diagnosed with coronavirus could be detained for failing to comply with mandatory quarantine under new laws. The South Australia (SA) government on Monday...
A researcher prepares for a test at a national key laboratory of silkworm genome biology in Southwest University, Chongqing municipality, May 31, 2017. (Photo by CFP)

Paper-based device could lead to efficient lab-free infection test

Researchers have developed a new paper-based device that can help doctors identify infection and find the right treatment much faster than conventional lab test...

Mexican auto parts industry could see investments of over US$5 billion in 2020

The Mexican auto parts industry could see investments rise to over 5 billion U.S. dollars in 2020 thanks to the renovated free trade agreement...

British House of Lords could move out of London

British government was considering moving the House of Lords, the upper house of the country's parliament, out of London, British media reported on Monday. ...

Could other telcos in Ghana be slaving for MTN?

Some telecom industry observers and even players have dared to suggest in some circles that government's policies for the telecom industry has deliberately or...
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Kenyan capital market could bridge city infrastructure funding gap

Kenya's capital market could play a significant role in bridging cities' infrastructure funding gap, says a report released on Friday. The Kenyan...

New vaccination law threatens school attendance in Washington

Thousands of public school students in U.S. state of Washington could soon be barred from classes for not complying with vaccination requirements under a...
Child abuse

‘Victims of child abuse could become criminals’

Dr Emmanuel Amaglo, Officer-in-Charge of Volta Regional Police Clinic, has cautioned the public against maltreating children since victims of child abuse could become criminals...
Namibia Broadcasting Corporation

Namibia’s state broadcaster says could cut 27 percent jobs due to financial woes

Namibia's national broadcaster said it could cut its payroll from the current 569 down to 413, or 27 percent, due to financial problems. ...
African population

UN report says World Population could climb up to 9.7 billion by 2050

The world's population is projected to reach around 9.7 billion in 2050 and rise further to about 11 billion by the end of the...