Previously, the Hezbollah chief called on the Lebanese political and militant movement to join forces with Hamas in Gaza to “confront” Israel’s “aggression against the Palestinian people” amid Tel Aviv’s plans to swallow up much of the West Bank.
The world's largest IT equipment provider topped Samsung for smartphone shipments in April and May and is set to claim a third month as the global leader despite the US trade war and restrictions to US technologies, among other challenges.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - Democrats in the US House of Representatives have proposed a ban on spending the 2021 defence budget on the establishment by the US military of control over oil facilities in Syria and Iraq, according to the Fiscal Year 2021 Defence Funding Bill.
In April 2018 The Sun newspaper wrote an article claiming US film star Johnny Depp had beaten his wife Amber Heard. Depp has always denied he committed he was guilty of domestic violence and is suing the paper for defamation in London.
The founder of e-commerce giant Amazon, who is actually alive and well, has been trending on Twitter because of one big post-ironic joke. Social media users are now paying their tributes to the “late” billionaire (some of them are genuinely hilarious).
On Monday, the US government published a list of small business and nonprofit organisations which had earlier received loans under the Paycheck Protection Programme as a part of the Trump administration’s coronavirus relief act. The names of some of these beneficiaries turned out to be quite surprising to the public.
BEIJING (Sputnik) - China is ready to join the disarmament talks with the United States and Russia if Washington agrees to reduce its nuclear arsenal to the Chinese level, Director-General of the Chinese Foreign Ministry's Arms Control Department Fu Cong said.
Last week, the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) blamed Chancellor Rishi Sunak for failing to deliver on his previous promise to give the NHS “whatever it needs” to grapple with the impact of the coronavirus.