Friday, April 19, 2024

Topic: Europe

‘Long COVID’ may obstruct return to normal life for 36 million Europeans: WHO

While no longer a global emergency, COVID-19’s lasting effects alongside such other threats as mpox and seasonal heat waves may challenge Europe through the summer months, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) regional office warned on Tuesday.

WHO reveals one-third of prisoners in Europe suffer mental health disorders

One in three prisoners in Europe suffer from mental health disorders, the World Health Organization (WHO) said in a new report launched on Tuesday.

Russia’s Ukraine invasion plunged Europe into era of insecurity: German president

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has plunged Europe into an era of insecurity, says the German president.

Italian government collapse: political moves behind Mario Draghi’s resignation

Vincenzo Galasso, Bocconi University Political instability in Italy is nothing new – the country has had 67 governments in less than 75 years. Its politicians...

Crisis between West, Russia gives Turkey chance to strengthen

Ali Bilgic, Loughborough University The longstanding neutrality of Sweden and Finland was abandoned when both states submitted formal applications to Nato. But they are facing...

Lessons for Ukraine from Rohingya crisis: even sympathetic communities can lose their enthusiasm

The land Rohingyas have set up their camp was offered Zakat Foundation of India, an NGO in India. Farah Rafeeq/Maktoob Palash Kamruzzaman, University of...