In April US President Joe Biden offered Russian President Vladimir Putin to meet during the summer in one of the European countries.
The 6 January Capitol attacks in Washington, DC saw droves of Trump supporters storming the nation’s legislative chambers in a last-ditch attempt to stop Congress’s certification of the November 2020 election, which they believed was ‘stolen’. The mayhem soon became the pretext for a number of initiatives to permanently bar Trump from politics.
This comes after the Iranian government's spokesman, Ali Rabiei, said on Tuesday that Iran has produced around 114kg of highly enriched uranium in the past five months.
Following an incident between the two players, Paul Pogda said that Antonio Rudiger "nibbled, I think, a little bit" on him.
North Korea has been a food insecure nation for much of the past 30 years, with the end of Soviet fuel subsidies in 1991 wreaking havoc on its mechanised agriculture. This, compounded with a period of droughts and floods, caused major food shortages in the 1990s, which turned into famines that killed between 240,000 and 600,000 people.
Describing this new discovery in his blog, Waring says the UFO has a "very rare shape."
Juventus talisman Cristiano Ronaldo is not the first sports star to reject a soft drinks brand – in 2017, Virat Kohli, the captain of the Indian cricket team, rejected a multi-million deal with Pepsi.
Socialite and TV personality Lady Colin Campbell triggered a backlash earlier, when she appeared to defend disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein in the wake of a “car crash” BBC Newsnight interview given by Prince Andrew in 2019, claiming that “soliciting sex from minors is not pedophilia”.