Le Monde had reported that the Russian President told his French counterpart that Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny may have poisoned himself.
The Oresund Strait between the Danish island of Zealand and Sweden, connecting the Kattegat with the Baltic, has become the site of an incident involving the collision between two vessels.
According to former Immigration Minister Inger Støjberg, the anti-harassment movement has been eroding the nuance from the debate and shifting the emphasis away from serious cases of abuse by indiscriminately portraying men as “sex-starved and abusive monsters”.
The hearing to determine whether Assange should be extradited to the United States resumed on 7 September at the London Central Criminal Court, after six months of delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new and dangerous trend has gone viral on the Internet, raising concerns as parents toss their kids.
Lukashenko garnered the support of 80 percent of voters in the 9 August election, according to the official results, which were widely rejected by the opposition as falsified. The controversial outcome of the vote has caused nationwide protests.
US public support for the Black Lives Matter has slid 12 percentage points since June; the total number of people endorsing the movement is now slightly above 50 percent, according to Pew Research Centre. US academics have outlined possible reasons behind the slump in approval, predicting what may happen to BLM after the November vote.
The pandemic has claimed almost 970,000 lives worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University, with over 31,500,000 cases confirmed so far. The United States is the worst-affected country. India ranks second in terms of the number of cases, and Brazil has the second highest number of fatalities.