The US Department of Commerce has restored Huawei's ability to maintain its networks and provide software updates to existing Huawei handsets within the US, Reuters reported Monday.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was reportedly nervous about not being able to speak English well with US President Donald Trump during the historic meeting between the two on June 12, 2018, in Singapore, a former aide to South Korean President Moon Jae In recently divulged to the Korean Kyunghyang daily newspaper.
Speculation and frustration flooded social media Monday as “Game of Thrones” fans in China were informed the streaming company Tencent Video could not air the show’s finale due to an alleged “media transfer issue.”
Atmospheric levels of methane - a powerful greenhouse gas - are rising, and scientists can’t figure out why. While scientists seem puzzled by the trend, one expert told Sputnik they shouldn’t be: present warming is driving “feedback loops” that cause natural methane sources to vent the gas.
While Jordan deployed its warplanes to obliterate the threat from above, Iranian authorities dealing with a similar enemy sought additional funding to defeat it and protect their country’s “food security”.
Officers with New Jersey's Dover Police Department came under fire over the weekend after cellphone video surfaced showing a teenager being pinned to the ground and repeatedly punched in the face by an officer.
Maria Butina, a Russian national and gun rights activist who was imprisoned in the US after being accused of acting as a foreign agent, is seeking financial support for her legal costs, which include mounting an appeal of her charges.
US-imposed sanctions against Venezuela are a part of a bipartisan campaign to obstruct the Latin American nation's independence, both financially and politically, and have grown into a full economic blockade, according to a list of actions and executive orders documented by Caracas.