A new report on African governance released Wednesday (Jan. 25) finds much of the continent is "less safe, secure and democratic" than it was 10 years ago, citing a surge in military coups and armed conflicts.
Les progrès dans le développement humain et économique en Afrique sont freinés par un "recul généralisé de la démocratie" et une "situation sécuritaire de plus en plus tendue", selon l'indice de la fondation Mo Ibrahim publié mercredi qui évalue la gouvernance sur le continent.
Tokyo — Koji Sato, who was named on Thursday as the future CEO of Japan’s top automaker Toyota, is an engineer with a background in diesel engines who will be tasked with navigating the company’s shift to clean energy.
An essential and timely contribution of €65.5 million from the European Union, received through its Humanitarian Aid department (ECHO), has been immediately put to work by WFP to address the unprecedented needs caused by the global effects of the war in Ukraine, climate shocks, c...
In December Japan announced an increase in its annual military budget to $55bn, a 20% increase year on year. By 2027 it is likely to have the world's third–largest defence budget ($73bn) after the US and China.
The recent release of the beta version of ChatGPT by OpenAI was met with such enthusiasm that the system is regularly unable to cope with user demand for its service. A “pro” version has since been introduced — at a fee.