Russian President Vladimir Putin earlier in the day announced that the country's Gamaleya Research Institute had registered the world's first anti-coronavirus vaccine and that production will commence in the near future, marking a possible end to the global pandemic.
The initiative could potentially strike a balance in interests with the FCC, Pentagon and others on privatising mid-band spectrum previously used for military infrastructure, including radars and missile command systems, it was reported on Monday.
Autonomous killing machines are becoming a growing reality worldwide, one which has sparked intense debate and resulted in an increasing number of governments and civil society organisations calling for a ban over the use of the technology.
The listing of the world's biggest companies saw 133 Chinese firms across the mainland, Taiwan and Hong Kong make the roster compared with 121 US businesses. The news comes amid a major surge in foreign investment in Chinese tech firms amid the ongoing US trade war with China.
Despite noting the whole family had to go through the coronavirus ordeal, which she said turned out to be less than originally feared, Mikhaila Peterson stressed that the aftereffects of across-the-board lockdowns are no less "miserable".
On 25 May George Floyd died when a police officer in the US city of Minneapolis knelt on his neck during an arrest. A Minnesota judge has ordered the police to release the footage taken by the arresting officers’ body cameras.
Protests erupted in Minsk and other cities across Belarus following the presidential election on 9 August that saw the country's incumbent president, Alexander Lukashenko, re-elected for a sixth consecutive term.
Amid the ongoing pandemic multiple nations and regions are re-introducing restrictive measures and halting travel to affected areas. The number of cases is spiking dramatically in Latin America, India, and the US.