Last year, a report by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute claimed that "China is in the middle of a significant modernisation and expansion" of its nuclear arsenal.
The news raises the pressure on the New York governor, who has recently been accused of sexual harassment by former aides. The official is also under fire for allegedly hiding the true number of coronavirus deaths in nursing homes in his state.
According to school district officials, as quoted by the local KLRT-TV broadcaster, all campuses have been locked down, while police have arrived at the site to control the situation.
Last night, Carrie Symonds’ allies in Downing Street struck back over a weekend media story that accused her of trying to block the career aspirations of at least two senior female officials.
Hunger strikes have been used by political dissidents for more than 100 years. But the Greek government is refusing to bow to the demands of a prisoner despite him being on the verge of death.
Earlier in the day, the Russian Foreign Ministry warned it would respond to the new EU sanctions on Navalny, while adding that the ECHR ruling related to his case was 'interference' in Russia's internal affairs.
British appellate judges agreed minority shareholders in the case were correct in their suspicions of "substantial" misrepresentations, and later overturned a lower court ruling in the ongoing scandal.
The pandemic has claimed over 2.53 million lives worldwide, while the overall number of infected has surpassed 114 million cases, according to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.