Greek authorities began issuing ‘digital vaccination certificates’ for people vaccinated against the coronavirus last week, with Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis suggesting the measure should be introduced across the European Union to facilitate travel and tourism.
Three members of the band have tragically decided not to renew their contract - less than two years after the band had its debut.
Earlier, reports emerged detailing that former US President Donald Trump and Jeffrey Clark, a lawyer with the US Department of Justice (DoJ), had been working hand-in-hand on ways to cast doubt over the results of the highly contested 2020 presidential election and strengthen Trump's repeatedly shot down legal battles.
The song is the B-side track from Yunho's freshly released album NOIR.
This Monday, the Davos summit convenes online for the first time in its 50-year history in a bid to reshape the global economy in the wake of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Scotland is scheduled to hold elections for its devolved parliament in May 2021. Despite concerns that the poll would be delayed, authorities have said that the process will go ahead as planned so long as the coronavirus pandemic remains under control.
Last week, NPR revealed that almost 20 percent of the individuals charged over the 6 January storming of the Capitol had a military background, among them active duty troops and veterans. Democrats characterized the raid on the Capitol as an attempted coup and have sought to expel potentially ‘unreliable’ elements from both the military and police.
Just days after the inauguration ceremony, Biden has already signed more than 30 executive orders and actions.
Since 1996, Indian prime ministers have celebrated children and teenagers aged between 5 and 18 for their achievements in various fields including sport, innovation, social services, arts and science, and bravery during the country's annual Republic Day.
LONDON (Sputnik) – UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson will travel to Scotland this week to try to save the United Kingdom from disintegrating after Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon made a fresh bid for independence and threatened to hold a referendum without the central government's permission, the Sun newspaper reported on Monday.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - India plans to register the Russian vaccine against COVID-19, Sputnik V, after completion of phase three clinical trials within the next few weeks, Indian Ambassador to Moscow Venkatesh Varma said on Monday.
The speech comes as nations battle the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and struggle with economic downturns caused by national lockdown restrictions. Reports anticipate a reset in relations with the newly-appointed Biden administration amid the ongoing trade war, it was reported at the event.
Despite an improving economic outlook buoyed by the COVID-19 vaccine rollout and unprecedented stimulus package, the allure of the greenback has dimmed as it suffers from the impact of surging fiscal and current account deficits that show no signs of abating.
Earlier this month, thousands of frustrated Trump voters descended on Washington, DC and stormed the Capitol, disrupting Congress’ certification of Joe Biden as the winner of the November election over claims of voter fraud. Among the protesters was a Texas man who reportedly threatened to shoot his son if he turned him in.
After the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union, many voters in the devolved nations have started to see independence as an alternative to Brexit.
BEIJING (Sputnik) - Chinese and Indian military agreed to speed up the withdrawal of advanced troops on the border between the two countries, the Chinese Defence Ministry said.
WhatsApp had to delay the implementation of the new terms, slated for 8 February while its competitors have welcomed fleeing users.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - A 92-year-old woman from the North Tyneside nursing home in North East England has died after receiving her first dose of a vaccine against the coronavirus, the UK media reported on Monday.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - Dominion Voting Systems has filed a defamation lawsuit seeking $1.3 billion in damages from former President Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani over his election fraud claims, court documents showed on Monday.
The French President said that a change of administration in the United States presented an opportunity for Europe.