The first presidential debate turned out to be really intense, with the two candidates constantly interrupting each other whenever they disagreed or were angry at what the other one was saying.
Experts from the United Nations Security Council’s (UNSC) North Korea sanctions committee claim the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) is violating international sanctions regarding imports of refined petroleum products.
The US president earlier announced that his administration would soon have a COVID-19 vaccine, while Democrats have raised concerns about its effectiveness against the virus.
The United States has accused Nikulin of illegally accessing a range of websites, including LinkedIn, Dropbox and Formspring, with the aim of fraud.
The requirement for a Dornier Maritime Surveillance aircraft was raised during the visit of former President Abdulla Yameen to India in 2016. While it could not get implemented earlier, the present Ibrahim Solih government has been able to see it through.
The Narendra Modi government and the country’s banking regulator RBI have deployed $391 billion together in the last eight months to curb the adverse impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the Indian economy. Taken together, the sovereign and monetary measures are almost 15 percent of the Indian economy.
Five African grey parrots have been relocated at a wildlife park in Friskney, England, after park officials learned the birds had been swearing and laughing at customers.
The pandemic continues to spread across the globe, reaching 33,200,000 infected worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University. The highest number of confirmed cases has been registered in the United States, followed by Brazil and India.