On 20 January Biden became the 46th president of the US and within 24 hours signed 15 executive orders, some of which reversed Donald Trump’s policies. Biden lifted the travel ban from several African countries and returned the US to the Paris Agreement, aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions and preventing climate change.
The comments come after China and the European Union (EU) inked a major Comprehensive Trade Agreement (CTA) in late December in what is widely reported as the largest bilateral trade agreement between economic powers in history.
At least ten fire engines were rushed to the industrial area of Manjhri in the city of Pune after a massive fire was reported inside the facility of the Serum Institute of India (SII) where the "Covishield" vaccine is being manufactured in India.
In a slew of what turned out to be incriminating posts, Kris John Kinsey, 61, allegedly dwelled on a "brutally violent war" that he claimed Joe Biden had himself asked for.
Bloomberg earlier reported that the Hungarian drug regulator had issued a recommendation to authorise the use of the Sputnik V vaccine in the country.
The situation in Iraq grew more tense in late 2019, when the United States accused Kataib Hezbollah of launching an attack on a US military base near the Iraqi city of Kirkuk. In retaliation, the US launched a strike against the group's forces killing about two dozen fighters.
Researchers have been monitoring an iceberg called A68a since 2017, when it broke off from an Antarctic ice shelf and drifted north. They were worried that not only might A68a collide with the island, but that it would endanger seals, penguins, and other animals living there.
The number of confirmed cases worldwide has now surpassed 96,800,000, while the global coronavirus death toll is over 2 million people, according to Johns Hopkins University.