Year Ender 2022: These Seven Events Of The World Made Headlines

Year Ender 2022: These seven events of the world made headlines, Taliban rule is also included.

End of the Year 2022: 2022 bids us all farewell and 2023 will enter life with new opportunities, happiness, and hope.

If you say 2022, it was like a roller coaster for someone and it was a year with a different meaning to someone.

From the economy to war, many news stories about violence and harassment have made headlines all over the world.

Whether it’s the ongoing protests in Iran, Taliban rule in Afghanistan, or the economic crisis in Sri Lanka.


Russo-Ukrainian War.

In 2022, the war between Russia and Ukraine caught the world’s attention. On February 24, 2022, Russia attacked Ukraine. Many cities in Ukraine have been badly damaged by Russian attacks.

India’s position in the Russo-Ukrainian War is clear. Whenever the United Nations passed resolutions criticizing Russia, India avoided them.

Not only did the Indian government never mention Russia, but in relation to economic sanctions against Russia, India also evaded sanctions.

Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar recently met with Ukrainian Minister Dmitry Kaleva to discuss the latest developments in the region, the nuclear issue, and ways to end Russia’s war with Ukraine.

Hijab protests in Iran.

Protests against hijab in Iran began after the death of Martha Amini. Amini, 22, was arrested by sub-police on September 13th. She was charged with violating hijab rules.

Following Amini’s death, protests spread to 140 cities. Many women joined the anti-hijab protests and the crisis became a challenge for the Islamic Republic.

Thousands of women cut their hair in protest against wearing the hijab.

How large the protests were as evidenced by the fact that many children, women, and protesters were killed as a result of the actions taken by the security forces. Thousands of protesters were also detained.

Taliban rule in Afghanistan.

The situation has completely changed since Taliban rule in Afghanistan. The Taliban took control of Afghanistan after US forces withdrew.

The era of migration that then began in Afghanistan continues today. In 2022, the eyes of the world are focused on the rule of the Taliban in Afghanistan.

The situation in Afghanistan after the Taliban came to power in Afghanistan is deplorable.

Economic conditions are dire, malnutrition is on the rise, women’s rights are undermined, and migration and internal migration continue.

Health care is crumbling. India’s position on relations with Afghanistan can be judged by the fact that India has provided all possible humanitarian aid to Afghanistan.

These include basic life-saving medicines, anti-tuberculosis drugs, and a 500,000-dose COVID-19 vaccine.

In addition, India has also provided food aid in the form of 40,000 tonnes of wheat to ensure food security in Afghanistan.

Sri Lanka’s economic crisis.

In 2022, Sri Lanka suffered a severe economic crisis.

In June 2022, then-Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe told Parliament that the economy had collapsed, leaving the country unable to pay for essentials.

This change into accompanied by the aid of using large protests in Sri Lanka.

Ordinary citizens took to the streets. Violence is accompanied by arson and looting.

Canada’s New Immigration Policy.

After Canada’s new immigration policy, Canada’s labor shortage will be eliminated. Canada plans to seriously grow the range of immigrants coming into the country.

According to the new target, by 2025 Canada will receive 5 million immigrants annually. The main reason for this policy is the huge labor shortage.

The new immigration policy is more focused on admitting more permanent residents into the United States with the necessary skills and experience.

It is estimated that 4.65 million people will come to Canada from abroad in 2023, and this number will rise to 5,000 by 2025.

Abortion ban in the US.

In June 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the 1973 Roe v Wade decision that established the constitutional right to an abortion.

Roe v. Wade, abortion was illegal in 30 states and legal in 20 under certain circumstances.

After this ruling by the US Supreme Court, the Pro-Life vs. Pro-Choice debate began not just in the United States, but around the world.

US President Joe Biden did not admit that this decision was correct, and former President Barack Obama did not welcome this decision of the Supreme Court.

Not only did the court overturn a 50-year-old ruling, describing it as a direct invasion of privacy, but it was a direct attack on Americans’ individual freedoms.

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