On Sunday afternoon Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled conditional plan that aims to slightly ease restrictions leading to reopen society. In the pre-recorded message, key steps leading to lift strict measures were presented in a COVID Alert System.
In truth they represent the bridge between our epoch and that of Star Wars. It is no coincidence that NASA is willing to finance an ambitious program for the opening and management of the first lunar mines, in order to get our hands on those precious but unavailable 17 elements.
“India’s measure selectively and discriminatorily aims at certain Chinese apps on ambiguous and far-fetched grounds, runs against fair and transparent procedure requirements, abuses national security exceptions and (is suspected of) violating WTO rules,” Ji Rong, spokesman at the Chinese embassy in New Delhi, said in a statement.
The largest proportion of indigenous people, who make up around two-thirds of the population in Bolivia. The country has the second-largest reserves of natural gas in South America, but there have been long-running tensions over the exploitation and export of the resource.
Floods add another layer to the problems created by the pandemic in China, Japan, and Bangladesh. Bangladesh is one of the hardest-hit countries with Cyclone Amphan affecting 2.4 million people.
In this day and age, there is possibly only one country left in the world where it’s leader could mysteriously disappear for 20 days only to appear again smiling at the opening ceremony of a fertilizer plant. An obviously staged photo-op, but which seems to nevertheless confirm that Kim Jong-un is alive and well.
Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Russia said they have signed a deal to end the military conflict over the Nagorno-Karabakh region after more than a month of bloodshed.
The United Arab Emirates opened direct phone communications with Israel and unblocked Israeli news websites in a sign that the two Middle East states are moving swiftly to begin normalizing relations.
China has finally reacted to US President Donald Trump’s offer to “mediate or arbitrate” on the Indo-Sino border dispute, saying that there was “no need for a third-party intervention” between Beijing and New Delhi.