UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is concerned about fighting in southwestern Syria which, he said, has displaced thousands of civilians and poses a threat to regional security, according to his spokesman.
ISTANBUL (Sputnik) - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said late on Friday Russia’s Vladimir Putin was one of the most experienced politicians in the UN General Assembly.
Serbia suffered a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Switzerland after having scored the opener in the game. In the second half Serbia forward Aleksandar Mitrovic fell in Switzerland’s penalty box while struggling to reach the ball. German referee Felix Brych decided not to call a penalty and did not use the Video Assistant Referee (VAR).
China is seeking to follow in Russia’s footsteps by creating a nuclear-powered icebreaker ship, and military analysts have already begun to wonder if it’s a sign Beijing is inching closer to creating a nuke-powered aircraft carrier.
Former Democratic US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton slammed Russian President Vladimir Putin as a leader of a movement that seeks to break up the EU. The comment comes despite Moscow’s numerous statements that Russia wants to see the EU become a strong and independent partner.
In a shocking television outburst, former CNBC host Donny Deutsch upped the ante from calling Trump voters a “basket of deplorables” to “evil” and “bad guys,” comparing them to Nazis for supporting the President of the United States.
China has made new achievements on its way to high-quality economic development as indicated by economic data released in May. Since the beginning of 2018, the Chinese economy has maintained stable performance with good momentum for growth.
Bill Gates, known enemy of malaria-carrying mosquitoes, is entering a new bid with a British genetic engineering company to develop “autocidal” mosquitoes that die off before reaching adulthood, but environmental advocacy groups protest that the results are exaggerated and unproven and the longer-term impacts unknown.
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