Internal Huawei documents leaked to The Washington Post could spell trouble for the company, as they show Huawei worked with North Korea setting up its wireless network possibly in violation of United States sanctions. law". A Huawei spokeswoman referred Business Insider to a statement provided to The Post that said Huawei "has no business presence" in North Korea.
Last month, Iran said it had dismantled a network linked to the Central Intelligence Agency, but it is unclear whether Monday's announcement was related to the same case. Spies had been arrested in different countries, it claimed. The CIA had no immediate comment, and usually refuses to comment on reports of its covert agents and informants falling under arrest or being killed in the field.
While temperatures on the East Coast and Midwest may sink down to the 70s on Monday , Sunday was still hot . Today, the heat index in Wyandotte County could reach 109, while on Saturday , the heat index in Wyandotte County may reach 107, according to the forecast.
Democrats need to figure out how to get the cagey and disciplined Mueller to say in clear terms that Trump likely broke obstruction laws, while Republicans are expected to try and undermine his credibility. Attorney-General William Barr later concluded he did not see enough evidence to bring obstruction charges. During their bilateral meeting, the president claimed he won't watch former special counsel Robert Mueller's testimony on Wednesday, before adding he might watch some of it.
It has also raised concerns among U.S. lawmakers who are weighing the island's requests for billions of federal dollars for healthcare and work to recover from Hurricane Maria, which led to almost 3,000 deaths. Rossello in a Sunday video statement on his Facebook page said he would not run for re-election and would step down as the head of his New Progressive Party.
Polls ahead of Sunday's balloting showed Mr Zelenskiy's Servant of the People party getting support from a little more than half of those who meant to vote. Prime Minister of the Czech Republic Andrej Babiš states that Ukrainians have given the Servant of the People party a strong mandate to lead them through hard times.