French authorities braced for clashes on Sunday after demonstrators proposed continuing Saturday’s protests into Sunday amid the one year anniversary of the first-ever Yellow Vests protest. Paris officials decided to keep local public transport closed until Monday, and warned that the police presence in the capital would remain beefed up.
For several months now, Prince Andrew has been facing scrutiny over his ties to the late Jeffrey Epstein. The Duke of York staunchly denies having slept with Epstein’s alleged sex slave, who was under age at the time, but his detailed account of what happened 18 years ago has raised questions in Britain.
Over his more than 2.5-year tenure in office as the President of the United States, Donald Trump has on numerous occasions sent the Internet community reeling with a number of spelling mistakes in his tweets and slips of the tongue in his public speeches.
On Friday, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said that it is “difficult” for Seoul to share military intelligence with Japan, referring to Seoul’s previous decision to scrap the General Security of Military Information Agreement (GSOMIA), which expires on 23 November.
The statement by the Labour leader comes amid a fall in support for his party that, according to a latest poll stands at just 28% compared to 44% for the Tories.
This comes amid an increase in the number of clashes between police and protesters within the past week which prompted the Hong Kong Education Bureau to announce school closures until 18 November.
According to the White House, President Trump made an unannounced visit to the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, to undergo an unscheduled medical checkup.
Ahead of the UK snap poll, parties have been on the election trail up and down the country, adhering to their dominant campaign themes, with the Conservatives focused on getting Brexit done, Labour pledging to end austerity, the Liberal Democrats vowing to stop Brexit and Scottish nationalists aiming for another referendum on independence.