Bitcoin has been booming since last year, with the cryptocurrency making another record after surging over $62,500 this week.
Northern Ireland has been hit by social unrest of late, with loyalists showing their anger over the outcome of the Brexit agreement that introduced checks on goods arriving on the island from Great Britain. At the start of March, the UK government moved to unilaterally extend the grace period for certain requirements, but the EU isn't happy.
In 2009, the notorious financier received a maximum sentence of 150 years in prison following investment fraud charges.
Amid increasing concerns voiced by some scientists that climate change is fraught with dangerous implications for the Earth’s natural ecosystem and the world economy, there may be other links to altering weather conditions that are no less threatening, claims a new study.
The data the new research focuses on was originally obtained by a 1978 probe mission to Venus.
The White House said that the Bidens will return after the appointment to “resume their normal schedule.”
Last week, a Turkish Foreign Ministry source confirmed to Sputnik that Washington had notified Ankara about plans to sail a pair of Arleigh Burke-class missile destroyers through the Bosporus into the Black Sea, where they are expected to be stationed between mid-April and early May for “routine” “freedom of navigation” operations.
The global death toll from the coronavirus infection throughout the world has topped 2.96 million; over 137 million cases of the infection have been detected, according to Baltimore, Maryland's Johns Hopkins University, which tracks and compiles data from national and local authorities, the media and other sources.