Tensions flared last month after Ankara sent its Oruc Reis survey vessel to map out possible oil and gas drilling prospects in waters claimed by Greece, Cyprus and Turkey. The EU will address the issue at a summit on September 24-25. Greece has disputed Turkey's current energy exploration in the Eastern Mediterranean, trying to box in Turkish maritime territory based on small islands near the Turkish coast.
Carnivals, festivals, live entertainment, and haunted house attractions. The health department has also banned gatherings or parties with nonhousehold members, even if they are conducted outdoors. But just because there's no trick-or-treating, doesn't mean Halloween is canceled altogether. Federal health officials have not yet weighed in, though some lawmakers have asked them to do so.
The report also said that that 0.73 percent of adults in India were exposed to Covid-19 infection, amounting to 64 lakh infections in total by early May. This is the country's highest single-day surge in COVID-19 cases. None of these districts had a testing laboratory at the time of the survey. The recovery rate stood at 77.76 per cent this morning, while the fatality rate stood at 1.6 per cent.
And Democrats often criticize Trump for the use of his children in government positions and policy negotiations, as well as the financial benefit his family's business has seen from the presidency. "Because he knew they were good and proper answers". The book of the Watergate scandal, All The President's Men, penned with colleague Carl Bernstein, was later made into a hit movie.
The US Presidential campaign is being targeted by hackers from Russian Federation and China , according to Microsoft. The report comes a day after a government whistleblower alleged that the Department of Homeland Security attempted to downplay Russian efforts to interfere in the elections, seeking to focus intelligence assessments on China and Iran , to better match President Donald Trump's political agenda.
China's state media earlier reported that intelligence officials raided the residences of Chinese journalists based in Australia. "The case is still in the process of investigation in accordance with the law", foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said, adding that her "legal rights and interests are all receiving full legal protection".