Tremors struck the Mediterranean region yesterday, hitting Turkey and Greece and claiming at least 25 lives and injuring over 800. The quake even caused a small tsunami that flooded the streets of Sigacik in Izmir.
Baku and Yerevan previously reached three ceasefire deals, but failed to abide by them, accusing each other of violating the accords. During talks between the foreign ministers of the two nations in Geneva on Friday, the sides agreed not to target civilian facilities.
Pitt and Aniston married in 2000, and divorced five years later, citing "irreconcilable differences". The actors, however, remained good friends, and in September they reunited for a performance - for the first time in almost two decades.
Recent satellite photos at Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s (DPRK) primary nuclear facility, show renewed activity in recent weeks, not all of which is connected to ongoing repairs in response to catastrophic floods earlier this year.
The Twitter account of CNN Communications decided to get extra petty when responding to programming grievances raised by US actor Kirstie Alley, a vocal supporter of US President Donald Trump.
The set of rules, proposed by the White House, was supposed to come into effect on 12 November and would ban the video-sharing app owned by Chinese company ByteDance from operating in the United States.
Public sentiment in India has increasingly turned against China amid the ongoing standoff along the disputed Line of Actual Control (LAC). The clashes between the two militaries in the Galwan Valley in June, which left 20 Indian soldiers and an unconfirmed number of Chinese troops dead, were the bloodiest since the 1962 border war.
Earlier this week, severe anti-coronavirus lockdowns were re-introduced in Germany and France, as Europe is facing a new wave of COVID-19, with the numbers of those infected spiking dramatically.