‘Sydney population has been a surprise’: Government report

The Washington Times article Sydney has the highest number of babies born in a single year, but the population has a surprise population: more than 10 million people.The Australian Bureau of Statistics has revealed the Sydney population in 2017, and revealed the total population is almost 10 million, a significant increase of around 30,000 since […] →Read more

The story of the first Greek population in Germany

Google News article Germany’s population growth rate in 2016 is the highest in Europe.In the first three months of 2017, it grew by 0.6% over the previous year, according to figures from the Federal Statistical Office.That’s the highest rate of population growth since the country’s reunification in 1990.But the new arrivals are also proving to […] →Read more

How to figure out the Nigerian population by country of origin

By David Scharf/ReutersFor years, Nigerian authorities have maintained that the country’s population is shrinking by around 10 percent a year.But a new analysis of Nigerian census data reveals a more detailed picture of Nigeria’s population growth.According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the Nigerian country’s official population of 1.3 million people was about 3.7 percent below […] →Read more

New data show Japanese population is rising more rapidly than population in the United States

New data released Thursday showed that the Japanese population increased by 6.6 percent in the three months ending March, compared with a 2.4 percent increase in the U.S. during the same period.The data was gathered by the National Center for Health Statistics and released on the day President Donald Trump signed a law that allows […] →Read more

How to Get the Most Out of Your Guinea Population

As the world continues to grapple with the Ebola outbreak, people around the world are getting ready for their next big adventure, a visit to the country of Guinea, which has been declared a polio-free country.Here are some things you need to know about the country.Polio vaccines, vaccine availability, and health problems There are no […] →Read more

New study: Booming labor force and unemployment is a real problem

By Kate O’Neil, Associated Press WriterNEW YORK (AP) — It’s a job well done, a job that pays well and a career path that has helped Boomers in their golden years and is fueling their resurgence as one of the fastest-growing generations in U.S. history.But it’s also a problem that’s getting worse.The Boomers have long […] →Read more

Africa’s first Ebola outbreak could be worse than feared

Nigeria is seeing its first Ebola case and it could be much worse than thought, a senior US official has warned.The United States has said that the country is the “first country in the world” to see an outbreak of Ebola, with more than 6,000 confirmed cases in four states in the north and west […] →Read more

What You Need to Know About Twitter’s ‘Banned’ List

Twitter is making it harder for people to tweet about a number of topics, from the upcoming Oscars to a federal government ban on gay marriage to a congressional investigation of the financial crisis. →Read more

Why does it take so long for the new US presidents to sign the NDAA?

by Reuters News & World Report less US President Donald Trump signs the National Defense Authorization Act, commonly known as the NDRA, on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, in this file photo from May 18, 2019.Pamela Poon/Reuters less US Presidents Donald Trump, left, and Joe Biden attend a ceremony on the National Capitol in Washington […] →Read more

How much do you know about the population of Spain?

The population of the Spanish state is one of the most fascinating statistics of the world.Its history and geography, which is now in flux thanks to the Spanish Civil War, have been studied by scholars for decades.But this information is often hard to get, and the statistics are often misleading, leading to confusion about how […] →Read more