Later this week, President Donald Trump is expected to announce his choice for Supreme Court justice to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died on 18 September due to cancer complications. Democrats insist that the new justice should be nominated after the 3 November presidential election.
The trade restrictions against Cuba have been prolonged for another year "in the national interest of the United States", according to a US presidential determination issued by the White House on 10 September.
Luis Suarez, a Uruguayan football star, is joining Atletico Madrid after six years of playing for Barcelona, where he scored 147 goals.
Senate Democratic minority leader Chuck Schumer accused Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz of "legal sophistry" for proposing an amendment to remove late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's valedictory wish to only be replaced by "a new president".
LONDON (Sputnik) - Juan Guaido's legal team argued on Wednesday before the UK Court of Appeals that the self-proclaimed president of Venezuela has the right to claim the Venezuelan gold reserves held in the Bank of England following his recognition by the UK government.
In late 2019, Russian Strategic Missile Forces commander Col-Gen Sergei Karakaev confirmed that the first Avangard-equipped regiment had been stationed at the Yasnensky missile compound in the Orenburg region, about 1,200 km southeast of Moscow.
The pandemic has claimed almost 970,000 lives worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University, with over 31,500,000 cases confirmed so far. The United States is the worst-affected country. India ranks second in terms of the number of cases, and Brazil has the second highest number of fatalities.
In July 2019, the Iran Army Ground Forces received its first batch of domestically-produced Mohajer-6 drones, which are expected to increase the ground forces’ surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities, as well as provide the ability to conduct precision bomb strikes.