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The notice targets Sugon, a prominent Chinese supercomputer manufacturer, three of its microchip subsidiaries and a computing institute owned by the People’s Liberation Army.
The US Commerce Department blacklisted five Chinese tech entities on Friday in a new move against Beijing's supercomputing industry likely to raise tensions ahead of a meeting between President Trump and Xi Jinping next week.
England’s Court of Appeal had said the government broke the law by failing to assess properly whether the arms it sells to Riyadh violated its human rights commitments.
The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps said the ‘US-made Global Hawk surveillance drone’ was hit with a missile ‘after violating Iranian air space’.
‘This will only stoke tensions in the region and produce short-term support for oil prices,’ says analyst Neil Wilson.
‘We are very unhappy because from the very beginning it became a political issue on how to accuse Russia of wrongdoing,’ he said.
But most Democrats responded with silence – something that Trump, who seems to thrive on being at the centre of attention, might find especially galling.
The forward, 28, died when a plane carrying him and pilot David Ibbotson came down in the English Channel on January 21.
The generals who now rule Sudan have so far ruled out transferring Bashir to the ICC, which accuses him of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.
Officials have issued international arrest warrants for Russian nationals Igor Girkin, Sergei Dubinskiy and Oleg Pulatov, and Ukrainian Leonid Kharchenko
A Brexit-backing rival has endorsed him as prime minister despite accusations he was softening his rhetoric on leaving the EU.
The army says it has recovered ‘hand and fingerprints’ from the tanker.
The United States, the world’s largest consumer of illegal drugs, is also currently experiencing a deadly epidemic of opioid use.
‘The fact that concentration camps are now an institutionalized practice in the home of the free is extraordinarily disturbing, and we need to do something about it.’
In what it termed a ‘wide-reaching blow’ to US intelligence, IRNA said Tehran had carried out the operation in cooperation with ‘foreign allies’.