World

by | May 28, 2019 | 20:39

The Russian embassy in Serbia strongly condemned the intrusion of Kosovo's forces into the north of Kosovo and Metohija and demanded Krasnoshchekov's immediate release. The raid took place in the midst of a delicate political moment for Belgrade as Vučić attempted to rally the support of Serbia's parliament for a compromise deal on Kosovo.

by | May 28, 2019 | 20:28

Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei on Sunday said he would oppose any effort by China to bar Apple from doing business in the country, even as his company faces a similar ban in the United States. Apple is my teacher [and] it is advancing in front of us. Companies like Google, Intel, Qualcomm, ARM and the SD Association have all severed ties with the firm as a component of the US request.

by | May 28, 2019 | 19:06

Both countries are sparring over USA allegations that China steals pressures and technology American companies into handing over trade secrets, a portion of an aggressive effort to flip Chinese companies into world leaders in robotics, electrical automobiles and other innovative industries.

by | May 28, 2019 | 17:40

Huawei's founder added that Apple is the world's leading company, and there is no mobile network without Apple. His praise of the company followed a question he was asked about whether he thought China hitting at Apple might be a kind of ace in the hole for the government, given how important a market China is for Apple.

by | May 28, 2019 | 17:26

I am guilty because they brainwashed me. The trials are a test for how the global community handles the thousands of foreign nationals who stayed, or were trapped, with the Islamic State group through its dying days. In an interview with The Associated Press earlier this month, Judge Jaafar said the evidence against the 12 men included their personal testimonies, the fact that they were caught with IS in Syria, three propaganda videos or audio clippings published by the group, and IS ...

by | May 28, 2019 | 17:05

Pendleton High School is open as a shelter. "The storm system is weakening as it pushes into West Virginia and Virginia, but along with the winds, it has dropped about two or three inches of rain in just two hours", he said. More damage was reported in Celina, Ohio, about 78 miles (125 km) north of Dayton. Crews were also clearing debris in two other counties to the north-west.

by | May 28, 2019 | 16:26

Addressing more than 800 uniformed service members in the belly of the USS Wasp, an amphibious assault ship at the Yokosuka US naval base, Trump said they were part of "the most fearsome group of American warriors this side of the Pacific".

by | May 28, 2019 | 16:26

The Conservatives came a humiliating fifth. Others say crashing out of the bloc would be reckless. The European Union (EU), with whom Britain made a decision to sever ties in a referendum, has refused to accept May's deal and she now hopes a new prime minister will "take the process forward".

by | May 28, 2019 | 15:24

On Friday, a senior Iranian official said if America "commits the slightest stupidity" the country's Revolutionary Guards would not hesitate to conduct a counter attack. . Mr Trump responded by deploying a carrier strike group and bombers to the Mideast region and an extra 1,500 troops to the Gulf. Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei "long ago said we're not seeking nuclear weapons - by issuing a fatwa (edict) banning them", Zarif tweeted.

by | May 28, 2019 | 14:58

Tam, who was captured in 2008, lived at a wildlife reserve in Sabah state on Borneo island. The cause of the animal's death was not immediately clear, but previous media reports have suggested it was suffering from kidney and liver problems.

by | May 28, 2019 | 13:42

Our very best wishes to the panda edition of Ghost , the Goodest Boy, roaming the forests of his own Beyond the Wall. As it stands, there are estimated to be less than 1,900 pandas remaining in the wild, according to the IUCN Red List , with only 500-1,000 of those animals thought to be mature individuals.

by | May 28, 2019 | 11:14

A local media outlet reported that the man's name is Satoshi Udo, who came to Mexico City from Bogata, Columbia. The man was seen to have convulsions by passengers early in the morning on Friday. Mexico's federal authorities will take over the investigation. The Aeromexico plane from Mexico City to Tokyo, which was carrying 198 other passengers, resumed its flight after the body was removed and global protocols were carried out, prosecutors said.

by | May 28, 2019 | 10:46

Last Thursday, the group said they had targeted the airport in the Saudi Arabian city of Najran with a drone strike. The airport has been the target of several attacks this week, with an armed drone hitting a weapons depot at the base on Tuesday according to Al-Masirah.

by | May 28, 2019 | 10:19

But he spoke shortly after parliament took the first step toward holding new polls, by preliminarily approving a law to dissolve itself. But Netanyahu said he had failed "so far, including tonight" to persuade Lieberman "to avoid an election".

by | May 28, 2019 | 09:54

The back-to-back statements come amid heightened regional tension over Iran's role in Syria and other parts of the Middle East. Israeli Defense Forces claimed that it was their jet making a routine flight in northern Israel that came under fire.

by | May 28, 2019 | 09:31

Rev. Henderson says Alabamians from across the state drove up for the event. Right now, abortions are still legal in the state, as it takes six months before the ruling becomes law. Doctors who violate the law could face prison sentences of up to 99 years. A federal lawsuit filed Friday asks a judge to block an Alabama law that outlaws nearly all abortions, the most far-reaching attempt by a conservative state to seek new restrictions on the procedure.

by | May 28, 2019 | 07:31

Michael Jana, a Malawi politics specialist at Johannesburg's University of the Witwatersrand, warned that Malawi faced a major test of its democracy after the high court had postponed indefinitely the release of final results from the presidential vote.

by | May 28, 2019 | 07:27

Why would China act against Apple? . Earlier this month, the United States government hit Huawei with severe sanctions, banning it from conducting business with U.S. One rural service provider, SI Wireless, said it would cost $40 to $60 million to switch out the Huawei gear. Huawei's headwinds emanating from the U.S blacklisting may hurt business.

by | May 28, 2019 | 06:56

Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke criticized President Donald Trump's approval to send an additional 1,500 USA troops to the Middle East this week as a step toward "yet another war". Japan was a major buyer of Iranian oil for decades before USA sanctions which Trump said were taking effect. Iraq stands with Iran and is willing to act as an intermediary between its neighbor and the United States , Hakim said.

by | May 28, 2019 | 06:18

In 2001, a man killed eight children and wounded 13 others in a knife attack at an elementary school in the city of Osaka. Public broadcaster NHK said at least three people were in critical condition. The girls, aged around 6 to 7, were students at a private Catholic school waiting for a school bus, Kyodo added. More victims were found in a nearby park, as were the two knives, it said.