The news comes amid Tehran's intentions to increase nuclear activity in the light of a sabotage attack at a facility in Natanz.
The security situation in eastern Ukraine has deteriorated considerably in recent weeks, with officials from the breakaway Donbass republics accusing Kiev of preparing a new military offensive. Moscow has urged both sides to stick to the Minsk ceasefire. Washington has threatened Russia with "consequences" if it acts "aggressively" toward Ukraine.
Previously, the businessman reportedly tried to launch his own social media platform after being permanently banned on Twitter in late January for what it described as "repeated violations of our civic integrity policy."
Previously, Trump’s spokesman Jason Miller also said that there was no request for such a meeting and therefore, no refusal.
Former president Lula will overhaul the present Brazilian politics if he runs and wins, starting with reinvigorating the country's healthcare system and fighting inequality, reinforcing BRICS, switching to national currencies in trade, and spearheading South America's re-integration, says former Brazilian foreign minister Celso Amorim.
Seven Catholic priests and nuns were abducted on Sunday at Croix-des-Bouquets, a commune in a suburb of Haiti’s capital. The kidnappers are demanding some $1 million in ransom for their return.
The global death toll from the coronavirus infection has topped 2.94 million; almost 136.3 million cases of the infection have been detected, according to Baltimore, Maryland's Johns Hopkins University, which tracks and compiles data from national and local authorities, the media and other sources.
39-mile-long Muldrow Glacier, perched on the side of Alaska’s highest peak, Denali - previously known as Mt. McKinley – was last seen on the move in 1956-57, at which time it advanced over 4 miles.