On Tuesday, Iranian government spokesman Ali Rabiee said that Iran had received no communications from US President-elect Joe Biden pertaining to his country's potential return to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
On Tuesday, a criminal complaint in a US District Court in Brooklyn claimed that on 8 January, Brendan Hunt posted a clip on the video-sharing site Bitchute, titled "Kill your senators". This came two days after Trump supporters besieged the Capitol in Washington, in a bid to disrupt congressional certification of the presidential election results.
The development comes as Ma's Alibaba Group is being investigated by Chinese authorities for monopolistic behaviour. China's top market regulator said it would investigate reports the company had allegedly asked entrepreneurs to sign deals prohibiting them from selling products on rival platforms.
The fashion magazine has often been accused of publishing racially insensitive photoshoots. In the wake of protests against racial discrimination that took place in the United States and across the globe Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour apologised for not including black stylists and photographers in the magazine.
Relations between India and China have probably hit their lowest point since the ongoing border dispute erupted in April 2020 and led to a deadly clash in June.
ATHENS (Sputnik) - Greece has started issuing digital vaccination certificates to all nationals who have been vaccinated against the coronavirus, the Greek prime minister's press service said, adding that the pilot certificate was presented by Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Tuesday evening at the General Secretariat for Civil Protection.
In total, the US president has granted pardons and commutations to more than 140 people in the last days of his tenure.
The number of infected worldwide has now surpassed 96,000,000, while the global COVID-19 death toll is over 2 million people, according to Baltimore, Maryland's Johns Hopkins University.