Tunisian President Kais Saied dismissed Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi and froze the country's Parliament on Sunday in the wake of large-scale anti-government protests over the economy and handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, is a former journalist who has no legal training. The leader of the opposition Labour Party, Keir Starmer, is a lawyer who led the Crown Prosecution Service for years.
The French president also backed the Marquesas Islands’ bid to gain UNESCO world heritage status.
Social media users identified the targeted woman as Hatun Tash, a vocal Christian preacher who often talks about the philosophy behind Islam at Speaker’s Corner in Hyde Park, London. Her identity was not confirmed by the Metropolitan Police, who are now looking for the offender.
Responding to Musk’s remarks, some social media users argued that machines are still made by people.
Bernadette Walker went missing from her grandparents’ home in the English city of Peterborough in July 2020. She has not been seen since but defence lawyers at her murder trial insisted it was too early to say she was dead.
Relations between Jordan and Iran have been icy since the Iranian Revolution of 1979. Relations worsened further after Amman expressed support for the overthrow of the Syrian government of Bashar Assad in the early 2010s, which Iran supported diplomatically and militarily, and amid Jordan’s warm ties with Israel and Saudi Arabia.
The singer also argued that the European Handball Federation should be “fined for sexism”.