Search
From Date :
To Date :
Serivce :
Query :
Keywords :
 ( Seprate With , )
Protests erupt in Tunisian cities amid anger over poor economy
Violent protests broke out in several Tunisian cities, including the capital Tunis and the coastal city of Sousse, as anger mounts over economic hardship.
The importance of urban trees
By Natalie Parletta
World's most popular tourist cities may have to rethink their entire model
Bangkok tourist destination Khao San Road is usually heaving with people on weekends, tattoo parlors, street vendors, hostels and buzzing nightlife drawing budget travelers and tour group alike.
China coronavirus: Number of cases jumps as virus spreads to new cities
China has reported 139 new cases of a mysterious virus in two days, with the outbreak spreading from Wuhan to other major Chinese cities.
People in green cities live longer
City dwellers tend to live longer if they are in leafy neighborhoods, according to a study that linked green areas to lower rates of premature death.
Taiwanese companies look to step up India play
Taiwan-based companies are keen to invest in India in electric vehicles, smart cities, and technology sectors to tap the potential created by the government’s push towards these sectors.
Sinking feeling: Philippine cities facing 'slow-motion disaster'
When Mary Ann San Jose moved to Sitio Pariahan more than two decades ago, she could walk to the local chapel. Today, reaching it requires a swim.
130,000 trees to be planted in English cities and towns
More than 130,000 trees are to be planted in English towns and cities over the next two years as part of the nation’s battle against global heating.
Survey: Japanese cities worried about receiving more foreign workers
Nearly half of cities and towns across Japan are concerned about how to provide appropriate treatment to foreign workers as they prepare for an influx after this spring with the government's new policy on addressing a chronic labor shortage, a survey conducted by Kyodo News showed on Sunday.

Page Generated in 4/4696 sec