Earlier this week, the Central Bank of Venezuela warned that if the UK recognises Guaido as the Venezuelan president, it would be a violation of international laws and an "impermissible" interference in the South American country's internal affairs.
As Conservative Commons Leader Jacob Rees-Mogg put things, it would be "shameful" to erect any walls to stop people moving freely across the UK, in tune with "honourable friend" Boris Johnson’s past remarks.
UK socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, who is accused of grooming girls to be abused by her notorious friend and ex-partner Jeffrey Epstein, is also alleged to have taken part in the abuse herself.
According to an opinion poll conducted in late June, over half of French residents want the current prime minister, Edouard Philippe, to keep his position as the head of the cabinet after the municipal elections, the second round of which took place on Sunday.
New Delhi (Sputnik): A recent Netflix India release, “Krishna and His Leela”, has sparked debate and been deemed “anti-Hindu” for showing the lead actors in an immoral way. Apparently, the couple took its name from the Hindu gods “Krishna and Radha”, which was criticised for showing the man having multiple affairs and cheating – illicit for a god.
The nation previously opened schools, however, Pyongyang maintained a ban on public gatherings and made it mandatory for people to wear masks in public places, according to the World Health Organisation.
Republican US Senator John Thune on 30 June suggested purchasing and removing the Turkish-owned Russian-built S-400s from Ankara, in a bid to break a deadlock over weapons which Washington claims are incompatible with NATO security standards and might compromise operations of the new fifth-generation F-35 fighter jets.
Numerous countries in Europe and Asia are easing some restrictions in a bid to relaunch their economies, while major outbreaks are being registered in the US, India, and Latin America.