Over the past several months, Saudi Arabia has been a regular target of, mostly unsuccessful, drone attacks by Houthi rebels, who launch drones and explosive-laden boats towards the kingdom in response to strikes by the Saudi-led coalition against the militants.
Earlier in the day, German Chancellor Angela Merkel called on UEFA to act responsibly with regard to the final game of the Euro 2020 tournament in London because of safety concerns over the spread of the coronavirus in the UK.
The Argentine superstar helped his team overcome Paraguay in the latest game in the tournament. The victory against the Guaranies earned the Argentinians the top spot in Group A, two points ahead of runners-up Chile.
Currently, Russian specialists are present in the Latin American country and are maintaining various types of military equipment that were previously sent to Venezuela by Moscow, the diplomat noted.
Nuradli Wublikas, a young Uyghur man from Kashi in northwestern China's Xinjiang region, is seeking to sue a think tank, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) for its report on so-called forced labour in China's Xinjiang, because the ASPI report has hurt the image of the Uyghur group and undermines their employment opportunities.
The Philippine president has faced criticism over his methods of fighting the drug lords in his country, which purportedly included extrajudicial killings. The president later argued that a harsh approach was necessary to root out the drug cartels, which he sees as a national security problem.
Footage of a sighting of mysterious bright lights blinking in a row in the sky, posted by people in India's Gujarat state on Monday night, has gone viral, sparking unidentified flying object (UFO) rumours on social media and debate over the existence of extraterrestrial life.
The number of infected has surpassed 178 million worldwide, while the death toll from the virus has reached 3.87 million, according to data collected by Baltimore, Maryland's Johns Hopkins University.