As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many countries including Britain, Italy and Australia have announced the postponement of their local elections, Tung noted.
The former top Ukraine policy officer on the NSC staff compares the administration to an authoritarian regime in new op-ed.
— Kuwait resumed on Saturday commercial flights at Kuwait International Airport.
The French border remains open without restrictions, making Lorraine a great area to explore this summer.
— Worried about a potential rise in COVID-19 infections, Turkish health officials and doctors urged for increased vigilance during the four-day Eid al-Adha holiday, during which millions travel across the country.
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Pilar More, owner of Green Dog, says it’s hard to predict if the company will regain the number of dog-walking clients it had before the pandemic, since many people do not anticipate returning to their workplaces.
A United Arab Emirates official on Saturday urged Turkey to stop interfering in Arab affairs, mockingly referring to the Ottoman empire which collapsed a century ago.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte on August 1 ordered his coronavirus task force to address the concerns of more than a million doctors and nurses who called for reviving strict lockdowns after a third day of record infections.
Ukraine has once again recorded over 1,000 new daily coronavirus cases, the country’s National Security and Defense Council said in a statement on Saturday.
The crisis center earlier announced that Russia was reopening its border with Abkhazia on August 1.