Donald Trump's executive grant of clemency for General Michael Flynn provoked rage among the Democrats, as they continue to stick to the groundless "Trump-Russia" collusion story and will try to imprison the President once he vacates the Oval Office, according to former Ronald Reagan administration official, Dr Paul Craig Roberts.
The statement responds to an earlier incident involving the USS John S McCain that, according to the Russian MoD violated the country's maritime border by 2km in the Sea of Japan.
Earlier in the day, reports emerged in Iranian media that a high-profile nuclear physicist had been assassinated in the north of Iran.
Also on Friday, a UK regulator confirmed that it had received a formal request from the Government to assess the prospective Covid-19 vaccine being developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca. Earlier, an executive from British-Swedish pharma giant said its vaccine could be approved even if its efficacy is no higher than 60 percent.
An audit of memorials was launched By the Welsh government in July in the wake of the Black Lives Matter protests. Its remit was to assess historical figures as regards their culpability in the slave trade imperialism and racism.
On Wednesday, President Donald Trump pardoned former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Flynn had pleaded guilty in 2017 to making "false and fraudulent statements" to the FBI regarding the nature of his conversations with the Russian ambassador during the Trump transition, but later retracted his plea and accused the FBI of framing him.
This week, American singer and actress Jennifer Lopez set Instagram ablaze with some stunning nudes as a part of a promotion for her upcoming single. Very few remained unbothered by smooth curves of the 51-year-old.
Last week, the Australian government released a redacted version of the Brereton Report – a comprehensive, four-year-long investigation into alleged war crimes perpetrated by Australian troops in Afghanistan between 2005 and 2016. The bombshell report concluded that at least 25 soldiers were involved in gruesome crimes including murder.