A video of the hilarious encounter was shared by the sheriff's office on its social media handle. Footage shows her trying to shoo the goat away and attempting to retrieve the papers it was chewing. In a statement, the sheriff's office illustrated how the sly "thief" got in. 'Never once did she expect or even consider what was about to happen this day! The goat finally leaves, but is still munching on some paper.
The moves mark the latest escalation in tensions between the Trump administration and China . "The FCCC calls on the Chinese [government] to halt this cycle of tit-for-tat reprisals in what is quickly becoming the darkest year yet for media freedoms".
In 2017, China said it wanted to launch an aircraft-like reusable space vehicle by 2020. Until then, we can only hope the "peaceful use of space" affirmation was honest. "An apparent higher-than-usual level of security surrounding the mission also prevented bystander images appearing on social media". "That leads one to think this is not only a space plane , it's a military space plane", said Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics astronomer Jonathan McDowell on a European Space Agency ...
In his 1961 Farewell Address , Eisenhower cautioned Americans about the rising power of the military-industrial complex. "Many of these leaders have sons and daughters who have gone to combat, or may be in combat right now". "I'll speak a lot louder", Mason said. "One cold-hearted globalist betrayal after another, and that's what it was". Trump has denied the reports.
The El Dorado Fire is one of three major wildfires now smoldering in California, along with the Creek Fire and Valley Fire . Firefighters are now battling 23 fires across California that have so far destroyed 1.6 million acres of land. Los Angeles has reported a temperature of 121 degrees, the city's highest ever. The Fresno fire led to 200 people being airlifted away from the Sierra National Forest on Sunday.
Two Australian foreign correspondents were flown out of China for their safety after being questioned by China's state security ministry, the Australian government said on Tuesday. Birtles said he knew Cheng, " but not especially well ", and Smith had met her once . Zhao also said that since 2018, about 30 Chinese journalists have had such an experience.