A European Union court ruled earlier today to reject a claim by the European Commission to demand $15 billion from Apple in back taxes to Ireland over its alleged illegal deal with Dublin on low tax rates.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who stepped down from their roles as senior royals in March, have been the focus of attention in the media, with the documentary Prince Harry: The Troubled Prince offering an insight into the life of the younger brother of the future king of England and his struggle to find his place.
This comes following an announcement by the country's prime minister concerning his plans to choose "the most skilled people" if he decides to have a cabinet reshuffle.
The encounter between the French president and protesters apparently took place late on 14 July, in the vicinity of the Tuileries Palace.
The World Health Organisation proclaimed the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic on 11 March. To date, more than 13.2 million people have been infected with the coronavirus worldwide, with over 577,000 fatalities, according to Johns Hopkins University.
This is the second suit Google has faced from the same law firm this summer. In June, the company was sued for $5 billion for alleged piracy related to its Chrome browser. Google disputed the claims and promised to fight them in court.
The president, who has entered his second week of quarantine after testing positive for coronavirus, has described his ordeal at the Alvorada Palace as “horrible”. An ostrich-like bird has apparently given him another reason to return to work as soon as possible.