A British lobbying firm Republic, which campaigns for the abolition of the monarchy in the United Kingdom, has launched a petition on its website following the bombshell interview. The organisation said the allegations made by Harry and Meghan prove that "the royal household is not fit for purpose in the modern world".
The comments come amid ongoing court hearings against the high-level Huawei executive, who was detained in Vancouver in late 2018 due to an extradition warrant from the former Trump government, citing alleged fraud charges.
Originating in China's Tibet Autonomous Region, the Yarlung Tsangpo is the ninth-longest river in the world and passes through some of the most difficult geographical terrain on Earth. Commonly known as the Brahmaputra in India, the river has been a source of friction between China and India because of dam construction activity.
Last month, Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin assured NATO allies that the US would not withdraw from Afghanistan in a hasty or disorderly manner.
The former head of the Venezuelan parliament proclaimed himself interim president of the country alleging that elected President Nicolas Maduro rigged the 2018 vote. Despite western states initially supporting Guaido's claims to the presidency, many of them have since abandoned such rhetoric.
The tech maverick, who is known for his almost majestic ability to influence the value of stocks with a single tweet, recently lost the title of the world’s richest person after Tesla’s shares fell 20 percent. The sudden drop wiped $15.2 billion from Musk’s net worth.
Relations between Washington and Ankara started to deteriorate after the latter signed a contract with Russia to buy several S-400 air defence systems at the end of 2017. Turkey repeatedly stressed that the decision was a matter of national security, but it did not stop the US from slapping sanctions on the country.
To date, the coronavirus pandemic has claimed the lives of 2,593,073 people worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University.