Tag: crisis

A time of crisis reminds us of what is most important...

In a time of uncertainty, we should not fear and we should continue doing our best through this experience we learning to discern between what is meaningful and dear against what is not, he said.

“It will be difficult to go back to surplus” – Economist

“If by March the Covid situation is brought under control, I think that the public finances may start to recuperate, over a period two to three years to decrease the deficit to 2-3%. It will be difficult for us to go back into a surplus.”

ICS, UNHCR and IOM call on states to end crisis onboard...

ICS, UNHCR and IOM said that governments have been refusing permission for the ship’s Master to disembark the migrants and refugees who fled Libya, in contravention of international law.

History in the making as Czech museum opens face mask exhibition

In a sign that the coronavirus will one day be history, the Czech National Museum is opening an exhibition of face masks worn to protect against the infection.

COVID-19 is impacting many things, our humanity should not be one...

The National Student’s Council, KNŻ issued its position on the current migration crisis stating that the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic should not be understated even if our lives have changed drastically since this pandemic began and that people are feeling uncertain about the future.

Pope Francis says pandemic can be a ‘place of conversion’

In an exclusive interview recorded for The Tablet – his first for a UK publication – Pope Francis was interviewed by Austen Ivereigh.

Death at home: the unseen toll of Italy’s coronavirus crisis

"My father was left to die alone, at home, without help. We were simply abandoned. No one deserves an end like that."

‘We did all we could to adapt to current crisis’

Corporate ID Group Director Jesmond Saliba spoke about how the company has adapted its services according to its clients needs amid the coronavirus pandemic which has had economic repercussions.

Spain extends state of emergency as coronavirus crisis worsens

Spain awoke to the prospect of more lockdown on Thursday after parliament approved an extension to its state of emergency in the early hours of the morning following a mammoth session of debate.

Keystone tourism sector ‘on its knees’

The Cabinet is set to discuss the second tranche of economic aid following several representations made by industry experts.