British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's top political adviser, Dominic Cummings, appears set to ride out a storm after he breached COVID-19 lockdown rules to visit relatives in County Durham. But he is not the first unelected person to be accused of exerting undue influence in Downing Street.
This is the second tanker from a fleet of five vessels whose cargo is expected to alleviate fuel shortages in the Bolivarian Republic caused by American sanctions.
The traditional parade on 9 May was previously delayed amid the coronavirus pandemic, as Russia introduced self-isolation measures to curb the outbreak of the disease.
In April, the United States ordered approximately 29 million doses of an anti-malaria drug on the basis of evidence that it might help people with the novel coronavirus. However, recently published studies now show the opposite.
The global total of those infected with COVID is approaching 5.5 million, while the death toll has climbed to over 346,000. The US continues to lead the way in numbers, with New York the epicentre of the nation's outbreak. According to Johns Hopkins University, there are over 1.6 million confirmed cases and at least 98,220 fatalities there.
In early May, South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said that they had taken action after multiple gunshots were fired from North Korea, hitting Seoul’s guard post inside the Korean Demilitarised Zone (DMZ).
The documentary, which was produced by Michael Moore and directed by Jeff Gibbs, immediately provoked an uproar as environmental activists slammed the movie as "unscientific" and "dangerous".
Boris Johnson’s political adviser Dominic Cummings is under yet further fire after it emerged he altered old articles on his personal blog, in order to make it seem he predicted the threat of coronavirus.