New satellite images taken from over the Galwan Valley - the site of last month’s clashes between China and India that killed 20 Indian Army personnel - show Chinese troops are honoring recent disengagement discussions with India and have withdrawn around 2 kilometers from the area of conflict.
US Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Biegun, who is currently on a trip to Seoul and Tokyo to discuss North Korea's denuclearization, has only provided symbolic rather than concrete actions toward rekindling diplomacy with Pyongyang, Gregory Elich, a member of the Solidarity Committee for Democracy and Peace in Korea, told Sputnik Wednesday.
According to preliminary information, the pilot on board died, while media reports say at least three people were injured by the aircraft as it crashed, catching fire.
A very unusual pair of baby elephants were spotted in South Asia this week, who experts think might be the first-ever observed pair of twins.
The police response to the ongoing nationwide uprising against anti-Black racism has brought their militarization into full focus. The placing of war weapons on US streets, though facilitated by the Pentagon’s 1033 Program, is equally the product of a warfighter’s mindset cultivated by police since the last nationwide Black uprisings in the 1960s.
Amy Cooper, the New York City woman who called the cops on Black bird-watcher Christian Cooper back in May, has been charged with filing a false police report, but the alleged victim of her actions has now revealed that he does not plan to cooperate with the Manhattan district attorney.
Car manufacturer Tesla has seen a rise in stock value in recent months following shock sales amid the coronavirus pandemic, which has crashed demand for automobiles. The surprise increase saw owner Elon Musk granted a large pay packet earlier in the year.
The United States is leading the global coronavirus tally, with more than 3 million confirmed cases and over 132,000 deaths, according to the Johns Hopkins University count.