The giant 800 MW floating offshore wind farm Firefly project will be located 80 kilometres off the coast of South Korea and is designed to supply electricity to the South Korean mainland.
The bubonic plague is caused by the bacteria Yersinia pestis, and can infect humans and household animals. While the disease is efficiently treated nowadays, in the Middle Ages the infection caused a pandemic known as the Black Death that killed millions of people in Eurasia and Africa.
Earlier, the US Secretary of State labeled Beijing's territorial claims to the waters and an exclusive economic zone beyond the 12-nautical mile (22 kilometres) around the Spratly Islands group in the South China Sea as "unlawful", outlining that the United States does not accept the terms.
The US-China tit-for-tat sanctions targeting senior politicians have added to tensions already simmering between the world's two largest economies, say international observers, explaining why the People's Republic is unlikely to tolerate what it sees as US bullying.
The World Health Organisation declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic on 11 March. The biggest number of cases so far have been registered in the United States, Brazil and India.
Pegasus software, a spyware platform sold by Israeli cyber-intelligence firm NSO Group and said to be capable of gaining access to a smartphone's camera and microphone, turning the device into a ‘pocket spy’, is said to have been repeatedly used to target activists, journalists, diplomats, politicians and lawmakers across the globe.
TOKYO (Sputnik) - Almost 15,000 houses and residential buildings have been destroyed, damaged, or flooded as a result of the downpours predominantly in southwest Japan, the NHK broadcaster reported on Tuesday.
Police in Ventura County, California, announced Monday that a dead body found in Lake Piru that morning was that of "Glee" actress Naya Rivera, who went missing last week.