A British court has ruled against an application by Venezuela’s central bank for a refund of €890 million in gold reserves. According to the ruling by the British high court, Venezuela’s existing gold reserves in the UK will be given to the parallel government of Venezuela, led by Juan Guaido.
After the United Kingdom said it would provide citizenship for Hong Kong citizens holding a British National Overseas (BNO) Passport, the Australian government also sent a signal that it intends to provide visa convenience to Hongkongers who are worried about their own safety.
A court in Britain today ruled that it is opposition leader Juan Guaidó, and not President Nicolás Maduro, who has authority over Venezuela’s gold reserves deposited at the Bank of England. The London Commercial Court ruled that the government had “unequivocally recognized opposition leader Juan Guaidó as president,” rather than Maduro.
Germany has a great responsibility in the most important arenas of international politics. The country took over the rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union for six months from today until the end of this year. At the same time, Germany will be in charge of chairing the UN Security Council next month.
In yet another protest move towards China, following its enactment of the controversial national security law that has been imposed in Hong Kong, the United States government has restricted defense equipment and high-tech products exports to Hong Kong. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made the announcement.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, addressing representatives of countries participating in a virtual session of the UN Security Council, said that countries from Israel to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf, all “unanimously” want to extend and expand Iran’s arms embargo.
The British government is “deeply concerned” about the controversial new Hong Kong Security Law, passed Tuesday by Chinese President Xi Jinping. Specifically, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said it may breach a treaty between London and Beijing. He added his government was considering what response to give.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has asked the Palestinians to prepare to engage in negotiations on the West Bank annexation. He has asked the state not to miss out on a historic deliberation that will bring peace to both Palestinians and Israelis in the region.
Six people, including a police officer and two minors, were seriously injured by a man who attacked them with a knife in a hotel in central Glasgow, Scotland, on Friday. The criminal was later killed by police fire. The hotel where the incident occurred apparently houses asylum seekers and refugees.
Sudan received pledges of nearly $2 billion in aid, including €150 million from Germany, during an international conference hosted by Germany. The conference was aimed at supporting the transition process in a country that is under a debt burden, and suffering from a severe economic crisis.
A vaccine against the new coronavirus, which is being developed by the University of Oxford, in the United Kingdom, has started human trials in Brazil, the country with the second-highest number of cases and deaths from the coronavirus pandemic. The tests began in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson made an announcement today that on July 4th, the country’s bars, restaurants, hotels, beauty salons, cinemas and museums will be reopened. In addition, weddings may also be held again. “Today we can say that our long national hibernation is beginning to come to an end,” he said.
News reports quoted diplomatic sources as saying that the United States had submitted a draft resolution to the UN Security Council calling for a continued unrestricted arms embargo on Iran. Iran’s arms embargo, under the IAEA Board, continues until October of this year.
At least three people were killed and three others were seriously injured by an attacker armed with a knife in the British city of Reading, situated about 60 km east of London. The attack took place in Forbury Gardens at 7:00 PM local time yesterday. Today, the British anti-terrorist police classified the attack as an act of terrorism whose motive is not yet clear.
According to reports from Reading on Sunday, a bloody attack that took place in a park in the English city on Saturday evening was terrorism. The accused Libyan suspect stabbed three people to death, and seriously injured three others. Reading, in the south of England, is located about 40 miles (65 kilometers) west of the British capital, London.
Iran is reportedly sending a ship ferrying cargo to Venezuela. The move comes amidst growing sanctions on vessels and companies involved in facilitating bilateral trade between the two nations. Last week, the US Treasury Department enacted sanctions targeting four shipping companies.
Four weeks later than initially scheduled, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic previously suspending the horse racing season, this year’s Derby at Epsom is set to take place on July 4th behind closed doors. Britain’s richest horse race was established in 1780 and not only is the Derby the most prestigious race of the five British Classics, it also acts as the middle leg of the famous Triple Crown. While the racecards from all today’s horse racing meetings may help you decipher your best bet for this year’s race, and we will reveal the market’s favourite shortly, in true nostalgic fashion, let’s also take a look back at the winner from the start of the previous four decades.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced the creation of a commission on racial inequalities. Johnson is calling for combating the “substance” of racism, not symbols, in an allusion to the recent depredations of statues during anti-racist protests. “It is no use just saying that we have made huge progress in tackling racism,” Johnson wrote.
Police and protesters clashed Saturday afternoon in central London after huge crowds flooded the city, despite earlier warnings from the authorities to avoid the demonstrations. Moments of tension and conflict were witnessed between the police and the protesters, more so near the statue of Winston Churchill, which the demonstrators intended to demolish.
The British government has today told the European Union that it doesn’t intend to extend the post-Brexit transition period. The decision was formally communicated to the European Commission by Michael Gove, Minister for the Cabinet Office of Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Coronavirus transmission in India is not showing any signs of stopping. In the last 24 hours, 10,956 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in India, and 396 people have died. At the same time, India has been ranked fourth in the list of countries most affected by the coronavirus.
Economic markets worldwide are in a slump due to concerns over the impact of an increase in coronavirus infections on the economy. World markets have fallen after the US Federal Reserve warned that the US economy could take a long time to recover. Financial indicators have seen some of the worst days since March.
The number of people infected with the new coronavirus hit new daily highs, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned on Monday. The WHO also noted that the pandemic has not yet peaked in Central America, according to news sources. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus made these announcements in a brief meeting.
Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia went to live in New Zealand according to the British media. A bottle with “Novichok” was used to poison former Russian spy Skripal and his daughter Yulia on March 4, 2018. Skripal was a Russian military intelligence officer who was convicted in 2006 of spying for the UK. In 2006 he was released in a spy swap and moved to the UK where he settled in Salisbury. The poisoning not only effected the intended targets but also UK citizens as well.
Thousands of protesters continue to grace various city streets across the globe as they denounce racism, following the murder of an African-American, George Floyd, by a white policeman in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In Madrid, Spain, about 3,000 people gathered around noon in front of the United States Embassy in protest over the killing.
Former British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt wrote in an op-ed in Thursday’s Times of London that “China’s hostility to Taiwan threatens the global order.” Hunt commented on the possible trends of China’s handling of the Taiwan issue, as well as its current crackdown in Hong Kong.
A survey by the UK Department of Public Health (PHE) has revealed alarming information about the high risk of death of Bangladeshis living in the UK due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Older people and men, in particular, have the highest risk of dying from coronavirus, the survey report said.
Protests against the death of George Floyd have received international support, with many countries joining in as demonstrations continue across US cities. In London and Berlin, thousands protested outside the US embassies. The demonstrations began with the protestors taking a knee for nine minutes.
A no-deal Brexit looms for the UK unless its Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, sticks to the very promises that he made while securing the withdrawal agreement, the EU’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier has warned. Barnier accused the Prime Minister of seemingly trying to take an about turn from the written agreement in the political declaration that was arrived at and signed between the UK and the European Commission.
China’s authoritative decision to impose a national security law on Hong Kong continues to receive international condemnation, fueled by stern warnings of dire consequences from Western countries. The United Kingdom, United States, Canada, and Australia accused Beijing of violating its international obligations towards Hong Kong.
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The Covid-19 situation is challenging for all of us. Businesses have particularly suffered significantly during this crisis. With strict lockdowns and restrictions on public transport, it has become difficult for businesses to maintain their supply chain, and cater to the needs of their customers. EEA citizens and even people holding an Indefinite Leave to Remain status (ILR) and other specialized business visas are struggling to cope with the situation.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has made a promise today that his government will unveil a new test, track and trace system as part of a new strategy of combating the COVID-19 pandemic. The system for tracking people infected with the new coronavirus will go in to effect on June 1, Johnson said.
The UK and the European Union are still far apart, in as far as striking an agreement of trade arrangements is concerned. This became evident after the UK’s Brexit chief negotiator, David Frost, reported “very little” progress had been made, as per the outcome of the parties’ latest round of talks.
A new report by the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons states that global spending on nuclear weapons development set a record not seen since the end of the cold war. The ICANW is a global civil society coalition working to promote adherence to and full implementation of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. The headquarters are located in Geneva, Switzerland.
When selecting or working with a gig platform or marketplace, whether buying or selling gigs, you need to understand: what is the total cost? You should always try to compare the total cost of a gig platform so you know what you’re dealing with. Often the higher percentage the gig provider takes or charges, the more confusing or complicated they make it in presenting those costs; so if it’s hard to understand the total cost on a platform, that means they are often very high and don’t want to openly disclose the costs.
The British government confirmed today that it approved the first serological test for COVID-19 in the United Kingdom, developed by the Swiss pharmaceutical company, Roche. Furthermore, they used to determine whether a person has already been infected with the coronavirus, and whether they have developed antibodies against it.
Sweden has recorded the highest number of coronavirus deaths in the last three weeks. The number of coronavirus deaths is currently approaching 3,500 in the country, after the number of deaths due to the disease shot up significantly on Wednesday. Sweden recorded 147 new deaths due to coronavirus in the past 24 hours.
Kyrgyzstan reported 71 new cases of coronavirus, bringing the total number of infections to 1,016, according to Worldometers.Of these, the Ministry of Health counted six cases in Bishkek, two each in Naryn, Issyk-Kul and Osh oblasts, and one each in Chui and Batken. Kyrgyzstan has reported twelve deaths from COVID-19, while 688 have recovered.
The number of people infected with COVID-19 worldwide has exceeded four million. The easing of quarantine restrictions in some countries has contributed to the spread of the virus. Authorities in South Korea have closed restaurants again as the number of people infected with the virus continues to rise.
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Over the past few weeks, the UK Government has faced unfaltering criticism for its Coronavirus response. Several COVID-19 cases have been reported in the UK so far and it is projected that this figure will increase massively in the coming days if the government fails to introduce a new stringent policy.
China reacted to the spread of Coronavirus, originating in Wuhan, through lockdown. In this way, China was able to control the spread of Coronavirus. Afterwards, other nations looked toward China as an example, and applied the same strategy against the contagious virus. As a result, the whole world is in lockdown, and the world economy has been crippled.
Europe continues to ease the isolation measures imposed on its residents to limit the spread of the new Coronavirus pandemic. New decisions are supposed to be implemented, starting from the beginning of the week in about 15 countries, including Italy, which has been under quarantine for two months.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson revealed that, while battling the coronavirus infection, doctors were prepared to announce his death when he ended up in the intensive care unit. Johnson, who remains very thankful to the health care providers that attended to him at London’s St Thomas’ Hospital, said that he was furnished with “liters and liters of oxygen” to keep him alive.