WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – US President Donald Trump has expressed hope that famous rapper Kanye West, who had earlier announced plans to run for president, would support him in the race.
Following the recent wave of Black Lives Matter riots across the United States, several American sports teams are now considering changing their names, including the Washington Redskins and Cleveland Indians. The Swedish club Frölunda Indians is now on the same track.
Turkey continues to participate in the US F-35 fighter programme, despite the US decision to exclude Ankara for purchasing Russian S-400 anti-aircraft missile systems, said Republican Senators James Lankford and Thom Tillis, along with Democrat colleagues Jeanne Shaheen and Chris Van Hollen, in a letter to Pentagon Chief Mark Esper.
BEIJING (Sputnik) – The Chinese Embassy in Kazakhstan on Friday warned China's citizens about an outbreak of an unknown type of pneumonia with a high mortality rate in the Central Asian nation.
The total coronavirus count has surpassed 12,300,000 cases worldwide, while the death toll from the infection is around 555,000, according to John Hopkins University.
New Delhi (Sputnik): The two south Asian foes, India and Pakistan, at odds over Jammu and Kashmir since independence, have been accusing each other of constant ceasefire violations across the Line of Control (LoC). In the latest developments, India lodged a protest with Pakistan for 14 deaths in cross-border firing between the two countries.
In March, a tweet by White House Director of Social Media Dan Scavino, featuring an edited clip of Joe Biden, was labeled by Twitter as “manipulated media”. The official has now come up with a new cutting of a recent Biden speech, which some say does not present the presumptive Democratic candidate in the best light.
New Delhi (Sputnik): While Michael Jackson fans worldwide continue to replicate his moves, including the moonwalk eleven years after his demise, his secret diary reveals he was eyeing to become a multi-billionaire just months before his death in June 2009.