Harvard, MIT sue Trump over proposed limit on foreign students’ visas
The two universities announced on Wednesday that they are suing Mr Trump for his ‘reckless’ directive on striping foreign students of their visas without a due process.
U.S. EPA approves use of lysol disinfectant spray against COVID-19
The U.S. EPA said in a statement that the agency had approved two products, Lysol Disinfectant Spray and Lysol Disinfectant Max Cover Mist, based on laboratory testing that showed the products were effective against COVID-19.
With nearly 700,000 coronavirus cases, India is third worst-hit
There have been almost 20,000 deaths in India since the first case was detected there in January.
German lawmakers pass bill to phase out coal by 2038
Germany heavily relies on coal, which accounts for around a third of the country’s energy needs.
Judge blocks publication of ‘damaging’ tell-all by Trump’s niece
President Trump’s brother, Robert, had initiated the move to block the book’s publication.
Iran issues arrest warrant on U.S. President Trump
The Iranian government on Monday asked Interpol to help in detaining President Trump.
Video of sex in UN official car ‘deeply disturbing’ – Secretary-General
The short video shows a woman in a red dress straddling a man in the back seat of the white SUV bearing the “UN” inscription.
UK college apologises to ex-Nigerian student years after racist experience
The headmaster, Eton College, Simon Henderson, told BBC that he was “appalled” by the racism experienced by Dilibe Onyeama =at the college.
Former Japanese justice minister, lawmaker wife arrested for suspected vote-buying
Katsuyuki Kawai and his wife Anri, allegedly paid 1.7 million Yen ($15,900) to five people last year to get her a seat in the 2019 upper house election.
U.S. Supreme Court stops Trump’s bid to scrap Obama immigration policy
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals programme (DACA), which was initiated by the Obama administration in 2012, protects undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children from deportation.
U.S. delivers anti-tank missiles to Ukraine in support against Russia
The embassy said in a statement that the shipment arrived in Ukraine on Tuesday.
Were zoo animals in Chicago freed to join the George Floyd protests?
All the photos of the zoo animals on the street are old photos of incidents occurring in different countries and have been on the Internet since at least, 2014.
FACT-CHECK: Are Indians throwing their gods away to follow Christ?
Indians are not becoming Christians because they believe that their gods cannot save them from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Turkey jails opposition journalist on charges of espionage
Muyesser Yildiz, Managing Editor of Oda TV, was accused of frequent contacts with the military official.
George Floyd: Merriam-Webster dictionary to redefine ‘racism’
The revision comes against the backdrop of protests around the U.S against police brutality after the death of George Floyd
Pope donates €1m for coronavirus charity efforts in Rome
The fund, called “Jesus Divine Worker,” will be managed by the Roman branch of Caritas, the Catholic charity.
George Floyd Murder: Court grants Derek Chauvin $1.25 million bail
Derek Chauvin had pressed his knee on George Floyd’s neck for nearly nine minutes.
George Floyd’s Murder: Ex-Officer Derek Chauvin to appear in court Monday
George Floyd’s death a fortnight ago has poked a major global agitation against police brutality and racial discrimination across the globe.
Reports of major U.S. troop withdrawal raises concern in Germany
“The German-American relationship could be severely affected by such a decision by the U.S. president,” Peter Beyer told dpa.”