Oil prices fell on global markets in early March after OPEC+ members failed to agree on an extension to the agreement beyond 1 April against a backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic.
The US aerospace and defence giant, which has been teetering on the brink of bankruptcy amid declining demand and a global recession, unveiled its ‘Loyal Wingman’ programme in early 2019, with the drone expected to participate in strike missions, engage in reconnaissance and provide protection for manned planes.
The United States has more than 432,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and more than 14,800 deaths due to the disease, according to data published by Johns Hopkins University.
On Wednesday, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons issued a report accusing the Syrian government of carrying out a series of chemical attacks on a Syrian town in late March 2017.
Until now the Scottish government's COVID-19-related fatality figures only included people who tested positive for the virus in hospitals. The newly introduced method of counting will likely be far more accurate, according to the First Minister.
The late rulers of Iraq and Cuba apparently had great appetites, according to a Polish author who is now about to disclose all their “tasty” secrets to a wider audience.
While the existence of spells meant to capture the affections of the opposite sex in ancient Egypt is hardly a secret, they were apparently mostly used by men seeking women and not vice versa as is the case with the papyrus in question.