The previous US administration attempted to negotiate the denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula, but the talks stalled before the sides could reach any agreement.
Andrew Cuomo's two former employees came forward with allegations of sexual harassment at the hands of their ex-boss, claiming he not only hurled salacious remarks about their private lives, but also propositioned them. Cuomo has dismissed most of the accusations.
The blast is the latest in a series of explosions that have targeted US-led coalition logistical convoys in Iraq over the past several months.
The legislative initiative, which is currently up for a vote, doesn’t explicitly state that Muslim women residing in Switzerland are targeted, but will usher in a ban on facial coverings, such as niqabs, in public.
The upcoming documentary had been filmed before the professional golfer suffered a devastating car accident that left him with open leg and ankle fractures.
The figures come a year after Richard Yu, chief executive of Huawei Consumer Business, launched the Chinese tech giant's plans to boost the platform at a major tech event, namely as US regulators barred access to Google Mobile Services last year, citing national security concerns.
Both chambers of the Bolivian parliament voted late last year to indict former interim president Jeanine Añez and 11 members of her cabinet over the deaths of 37 protesters against the November 2019 military coup d'etat against socialist president Evo Morales.
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.