On 28 September, Russian President Vladimir Putin in a phone conversation with his South Korean counterpart, Moon Jae-in, announced his readiness to visit the country after getting vaccinated against COVID-19.
On 18 September, the US Central Command announced that it had taken a series of measures aimed at ensuring the safety and security of US-led coalition forces in north-eastern Syria. Mark Sleboda, a US military veteran and international affairs and security analyst, has explained who the major addressees of the Pentagon's move are.
Both sides have reported numerous clashes in the past few days, accusing each other of aggression. At the same time, the Armenian and Azerbaijani militaries have posted multiple videos of operations and strikes against each other.
Late last week, the Democratic vice presidential nominee dropped a side-splitting answer to a question about who she deems the most prominent rapper alive. Her answer was Tupac – an influential musician shot to death over 20 years ago.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak's plans to drastically increase public spending could be decimated if the government is forced to fund a prolonged battle against COVID-19, the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) think tank said in a fresh report on Tuesday.
Since first being reported in China’s Wuhan city in late 2019, the coronavirus, or COVID-19, has spread around the world, causing the deaths of over a million people. The number of fatalities in India stands at 96,318 as of Tuesday, while the overall caseload is 6,145,292.
Rick Gates, POTUS’ ex-campaign manager, now serving a probationary period on money laundering among other charges, reportedly claims in his upcoming memoir it wasn’t until Ivanka Trump dismissed the idea herself, that the president ditched her candidacy for the second most prominent job in the government.
The pandemic continues to spread across the globe, reaching 33,200,000 infected worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University. The highest number of confirmed cases has been registered in the United States, followed by Brazil and India.