He told supporters that too much was at stake to have four more years of Trump leading the nation, seeking to contrast his successor.
Many European authorities have been reluctant to reimpose harsh lockdown measures, after previous restrictions caused deep recessions and widespread bitterness.
The dog’s fake passport meant she would have been put down on October 20 under Norway’s legislation, said Gechev.
Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson has accused Brussels of thwarting negotiations on a free trade deal by insisting the UK submit to EU rules.
CoronaVac, developed by Chinese pharmaceutical firm Sinovac Biotech, has been caught up in a messy battle in Brazil.
The new analysis estimated what percentage of those deaths came from ambient and household air pollution.

World Two weeks to go to US 2020 election

According to the latest poll from The New York Times and Siena College published Tuesday, Biden leads Trump 50 percent to 41 percent among likely voters.

Covid-19 India to roll out quick and cheap coronavirus paper test

If made available within that timeframe, India will be one of the first countries in the world to begin mass use of such a test. 

World Why Beijing may want to keep Trump in the White House

China’s nationalists have openly cheered, or jeered, for Trump.

Covid-19 UK researchers aim to infect volunteers to study Covid exposure

They aim to recruit volunteers between the ages of 18 and 30 with no underlying health conditions such as heart disease, diabetes or obesity.

World Two weeks out, Trump ramps up presidential campaign rallies

The election is rapidly boiling down to whether voters see Trump as best placed to revive the battered economy.

World Espionage in Australia at higher levels than Cold War, spy chief warns

Officials say China’s growing efforts to influence politics overseas through donations, investment and community groups have grown since President Xi Jinping took power.

Covid-19 Madrid hospital struggles with surge in virus cases

Madrid and the surrounding region has been the worst-hit area of Spain, where the virus has so far claimed nearly 34,000 lives.

World French police target Islamist networks after teacher’s beheading

Law enforcement carried out 40 raids on Monday, mostly around Paris, with many more planned.

Covid-19 Virus, what virus? India gets back to work

When India went into lockdown, it was a human catastrophe, leaving millions in the informal economy jobless, penniless and destitute almost overnight. 

World Cake fight: Taiwan, China officials scuffle at Fiji soiree

In a briefing on Monday, China’s foreign ministry revealed its officials were aware of details from inside the function, including a cake emblazoned with Taiwan’s flag.

World Iran announces record 337 Covid-19 deaths in single day

The latest deaths brought to 30,712 the total number of fatalities since Iran reported its first coronavirus cases in February.

World Wales announces two-week lockdown to stop virus surge

Households are forbidden from mixing, while non-food retailers, cafes, restaurants, pubs and hotels and services such as hairdressers and beauticians must all close.

World 2.2 million Facebook, Instagram ads rejected ahead of US vote

Facebook has been increasing its efforts to avoid a repeat of events leading up to the 2016 US election when its network was used for attempts at voter manipulation, carried out from Russia.

World UK says door remains ‘ajar’ for post-Brexit trade deal

Britain wants to reassert sovereignty over its waters and have no EU legal oversight over the deal – insisting it wants a simple trade deal of the kind the EU signed with Canada.




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