The world’s happiest cities have been revealed in the 2020 World Happiness Report and it seems that four of the five Nordic countries have been listed in the top ten. Helsinki in Finland ranked first on the list with Aarhus in Denmark (2nd).
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Following the threats from China to cause serious problems with America receiving any pharmaceutical products from them and therefore pushing the country into a ‘mighty sea of coronavirus.’
While the world is struggling to cope with the fact that coronavirus has worked its way around the globe, leaving hundreds of thousands of people ill as well as thousands of fatalities, there is still positivity to be found.
With the coronavirus outbreak affecting businesses not just across the country but the entire world it is understandable that American workers are becoming concerned about their employment.
Two years ago the former governor of Missouri Eric Greitens resigned due to scandalous revelations, however he has since been cleared by a state ethics panel of any wrongdoing.
Unless you have been living under a rock you will have noticed that there is a virus heading around the world, taking many victims with it and leaving many dead. Although guidelines are changing regularly.
Coronavirus has affected many businesses across the world due to staff being too unwell to work or customers not wanting to head to crowded areas. But while we all thought COVID-19 could only affect humans, it turns out mice can be affected too.
When Coronavirus first hit the news in January many nations around the world believed that it would be an illness that would soon pass and we could continue our lives as normal.
Eight months ago Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussain made allegations against her ex husband, billionaire Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al-Maktoum including torture, abduction and a campaign of intimidation.
In 2016 the presidential election was affected by social media campaigns originating in Russia, spreading discord and division throughout the country. And a new report has discovered that the campaign is not only continuing, but also becoming harder to discover.
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- Major UK Airport To Shut North Terminal Due To Lack Of Flights Caused By Coronavirus March 30, 2020
- Coronavirus Studies In Iceland Show That Half Of Carriers Had No Symptoms March 30, 2020
- Celebrities Rally Round To Help Tackle Coronavirus Pandemic March 30, 2020
- Pressure On U.K. To Curb Non-Essential Construction Work During Coronavirus March 30, 2020
- Why The Nordic Countries Are The Happiest in The World March 29, 2020
- America to Reduce Number of Medicines Bought From China March 29, 2020
- America Increases Its Position In The World Happiness Report March 29, 2020