The total number of coronavirus cases in the country now stands at 2,97,535 including 1,41,842 active cases, 1,47,195 cured/discharged/migrated and 8,498 deaths. The assertion came as India has been recording almost 10,000 cases per day since the past two weeks and cities like Delhi and Mumbai saw a surge in COVID-19 cases, brewing speculation.
Mahatma Gandhi's Statue In London Boarded Up Ahead Of Protests . Johnson, who has written a book on the war-time leader, called the protestors "extremists intent on violence ". It was boarded up instead. The New Zealand city of Hamilton on Friday removed a bronze statue of the municipality's namesake, John Hamilton, a British naval officer accused of killing indigenous Maori people in the 1860s.
President Trump told Fox News' Harris Faulkner in an exclusive interview that his planned Oklahoma rally on Juneteenth , a day commemorating the end of slavery in the USA, should be looked at as a "celebration", and not "an inconvenience".
TOKYO -On the second anniversary of President Trump's summit with Kim Jong Un in Singapore, North Korea's foreign minister said hope had given way to despair and relations between the two countries had descended into a "dark nightmare", and vowed to bolster the country's military might to counter US threats.
That tempered expectations for the first strategic dialogue between Iraq and the USA in a decade, which came five months after Iraqi lawmakers demanded that United States troops leave. The US-led coalition has since pulled out from six bases and consolidated its presence to only three. Tackling the issue of militia groups operating outside of the state is "complicated", said one Iraqi official, who spoke on condition of anonymity in line with regulations.
The detection of the three new coronavirus cases in two consecutive days has raised concern of a fresh outbreak in the city, which is the seat of the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC) and has been kept in relative isolation in the last few months by the government.