The Florida city where President Trump is scheduled to accept the Republican nomination for his re-election bid voted Monday to require masks in public and indoor spaces.
The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources, FAHR, announced that staffing capacity in all ministries and federal authorities from July 5, 2020, will be 100 percent.
New iPhones this year won’t be coming equipped with either new wired earbuds or new chargers.
In yet another new move to claim land in Bhutan, China at the 58th meeting of the Global Environment Facility Council tried to “oppose” funding to a project for the Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary situated in Bhutan saying that it was “disputed” territory.
It’s 2018 all over again for Emmanuel Macron as, yet again, much of his presidency is riding on whether he can reconcile environmental and economic imperatives.
An increased reliance on digitalization could help to preserve minority languages despite the English language dominating online.
Sovereign wealth funds have participated in $17 billion of venture capital deals so far this year, already more than the entirety of 2019, as their appetite for long-term investment appears undimmed by the coronavirus outbreak.
Sony’s noise-canceling WF-1000XM3 earbuds have been considered some of the best-sounding true wireless earbuds on the market since their release.
Ethnic minorities do face discrimination in the countryside, says charity in wake of Countryfile row
Ethnic minorities face discrimination in the countryside, a rural charity has said after a row over a Countryfile segment about BAME access.
The worst border skirmish between India and China in the Himalayas in decades has abated for now, but the potential for crisis still looms large over a nuclear-armed South Asia.