On Saturday, Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar stated that the country’s military is checking its S-400 air defence systems and preparing them for deployment.
Late last week, The Sunday Times reported that UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson would face tough times if US Democratic nominee Joe Biden prevails over Donald Trump in the 3 November election.
The young woman is a member of the notorious feminist group FEMEN, which was founded in Ukraine in 2008 and has affiliates in France and Germany. The group says it fights against the patriarchy, social inequality, and gender discrimination.
The conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh continues despite two ceasefire deals between Armenia and Azerbaijan mediated by Russia earlier this month.
On Saturday, Leopoldo Lopez's father claimed that his son his son had left his refuge at the Spanish Embassy in Caracas "about two days ago" and crossed the border into Colombia.
Mass protests have been occurring in Belarus since presidential elections in August. According to the authorities, President Alexander Lukashenko gained 80.1 percent of the vote, however, the opposition claimed that Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, not Lukashenko won the election, and accused the president of committing election fraud.
Unlike their main rivals, the Reds have gotten off to a successful start this season, occupying second place in the EPL table with 13 points. But the Merseyside squad recently lost centre-back Virgil van Dijk, who is likely to miss the entire season due to a knee injury, and will play several games without Thiago Alcantara.
The pandemic continues to spread across the world, reaching 42,500,000 cases globally, with the highest number of infected in the United States (8.5 million cases and 224,000 deaths). India (7.8 million infected and almost 118,000 deaths) is second and Brazil (5.3 million infections and a death toll of almost 157,000) is third.