Last week, the New York Post revealed the yet-to-be-verified emails claiming that Hunter Biden had helped to organise a meeting between his father, the then-US vice president, and a top executive of the Ukrainian energy firm Burisma.
Part-Dieu station, situated in the third arrondissement of Lyon, France, was evacuated on Thursday at around 14:30 local time (12:30 GMT) over a reported bomb threat.
In late September, CNN reported citing court records that former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) contractor Edward Snowden, who leaked intelligence secrets in 2013, had agreed to pay the US government more than $5 million earned from his book "Permanent Record" and speeches given.
On 15 September, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates established diplomatic ties with Israel by signing the Abraham Accords in Washington, after US President Donald Trump and his administration brokered the historic deal.
China has met its annual construction target for 690,000 5G base stations in September, three months ahead of schedule, a high-level industry regulator said on Thursday.
Fears over the US election cycle being postponed next month due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic have surfaced following US president's short battle with the disease, media have reported.
So far, Armenia and Azerbaijan have twice agreed on a humanitarian ceasefire, mediated by Moscow, in order to exchange prisoners and the deceased. However, both times the sides resumed clashes, accusing each other of breaching the deal and the fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh continued.
More than 41.17 million cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed worldwide, and almost 1.13 million people have died due to the infection since the pandemic broke out, according to Johns Hopkins University. Amid the growing numbers of infections, nations across the world are preparing for a second wave, reintroducing quarantine measures.