Venezuelan Deputy Foreign Minister Ivan Gil has said in a statement that any resolution to the crisis in the country should be through a dialogue between the opposition and the government.
Saudi Arabia and China agreed on Thursday to deepen their financial cooperation as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman arrived in China as part of his Asian tour after visiting India and Pakistan earlier this week.
The WikiLeaks founder's previous passport expired several years ago, as he has been taking refuge in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London in order to avoid arrest and extradition to the US. Assange applied for a new passport in 2018, but the approval process was stalled by legal proceedings against him in the UK for violating his bail conditions.
While numerous astronomers and scientists have gazed into space looking for signs of intelligent life, two German scientists warn the first contact may not be as pleasant as some believe and have called to cease all attempts at communicating with potential extra-terrestrial beings.
Emily Ratajkowski, who rose to prominence in 2013 after appearing topless in the music video for Robin Thicke’s chart-smashing hit “Blurred Lines”, has been promoting her lingerie line as only she can.
An eight-storey concrete block building located in one of Medellin, Colombia's luxurious neighbourhoods is set for demolition on 22 February, as part of an attempt to alter the way the drug kingpin's story is told, according to Colombia Reports.
Russian President Vladimir Putin earlier warned that Moscow would be "forced" to answer in kind if the US deployed new medium- and short-range missiles in Europe amid its recent withdrawal from the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty.
UK Labour MP Emily Thornberry said on 6 February she denounced the Venezuelan government, indirectly accusing Nicolas Maduro of 'betraying' socialism and advocating snap elections in Caracas. The news comes weeks before seven Labour MPs resigned from the Labour party over UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's stance on the Latin American country.
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