“World” in the news
|around the world|
|throughout the world|
Publications and example sentences
· Buying health insurance plans: How existing and new policyholders are impacted in times of COVID-19 →
People across the world are worried about the disease because of its far-reaching consequences.
· Fandom appoints Zirca Digital Solutions as a media partner for the Indian market →
According to Karan Gupta, managing director, Zirca Digital Solutions, consumption of pop-culture entertainment is dynamically changing across the world and India is no exception.
· Will ensure work for returning migrants: Nitish Kumar →
He said the silk industry has ample opportunities in Bhagalpur and Munger as Bhagalpuri Silk is famous the world over.
· Liverpool and Manchester United among 86 clubs using social media to find missing people →
The 'Football Cares' initiative on International Missing Children's Day sees clubs share videos featuring children missing all over the world.
· What Investors Can Learn From Sears And J. C. Penney →
Unlike the aforementioned old school content providers, broadcast radio still isn't doing anything substantive to compete in a world where satellite and streaming rule.
· Google, Microsoft, and Amazon provide ‘essential web services’ to almost every company on US blacklist →
“Our research shows that Google, Amazon and Microsoft continue to help some of the world's most controversial technology companies stay online.
The China Post
· Japan lifts coronavirus emergency in all remaining areas →
But the world’s third largest economy is fallen into a recession, and public discontent over Abe’s handling of the coronavirus has sent his support ratings tumbling.
· My cancer treatment is over for now, so where is my sense of relief? →
But perhaps even more importantly, I’m not entering back into a normal world where I can celebrate the treatment’s conclusion with loved ones or take some kind of end-of-cancer trip with my family.
· Crossword roundup: topical allusions sneaking back in →
In the Independent, Skinny’s vision of the world to come is … ominous.
· When Balbir Sr went down memory lane remembering independent India's first Olympic hockey gold →
The sense of patriotism that I felt was beyond any other feeling in the world,” he added.