Libya’s National Oil Corp (NOC) has lifted force majeure on the El-Feel oilfield, the company said on Monday, with all oilfields and ports now being opened after an eight-month blockade by eastern forces.
Norwegian police have admitted they were wrong in asking a local man to tear down cartoons of Prophet Mohammed which he had hung around the town in response to the gruesome murder of a teacher in France.
A top government advisor has warned that the second wave of coronavirus is likely to be worse than the first, adding that Sunday’s 52,010 new cases might only be half the real figure, and more severe lockdowns could be looming.
Lockdowns imposed in Australia have helped to slow the spread of Covid-19 and also saved the lives of around 400 people who would have died from respiratory illnesses, according to a research paper published on Monday.
Israel’s secret service organization, Mossad, has obtained China’s Covid-19 vaccine, taking the medicine for “study,” local media reported. Israel has already developed a vaccine of its own, which is undergoing human trials.
Bolivia’s regional court in La Paz has dismissed “terrorism” charges and dropped the arrest warrant issued against former President Evo Morales, arguing that his rights were violated and judicial procedures breached.
The US space agency confirmed it has found indisputable proof of something that was previously considered impossible – “massive hydration” of the Moon’s sunlit surface by water, that still only exists as separate molecules.
President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador of Mexico is mulling the idea of appealing to the United Nations for help in getting back native artifacts predating the arrival of European explorers that are held in museums abroad.
Tehran has extended Iran’s coronavirus restrictions after the country recorded a coronavirus death every five minutes over the past 24 hours, with its national coronavirus task force warning hospital beds are running out.
Tokyo and Washington have kicked off a combined naval, land and air drill aiming to show their readiness to “fight and win” despite Covid-19. Beijing has been warning that such activities lead to more tensions.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has slammed France’s Emmanuel Macron and other European leaders, labelling his counterparts ‘fascists’ and champions of Islamophobia who were taking part in a “lynch campaign.”
Beijing on Monday gave six US media outlets a week to report on their operations in China. The move comes as Washington announced plans to designate the US arms of six more China-based media companies as foreign missions.
Belgium could run out of beds in intensive care units (ICUs) within the next two weeks if the number of Covid-19 hospital admissions continues to grow at the current rate, according to the Health Ministry.
Turkey’s president has urged his compatriots to “never” buy French products amid the ongoing row over Paris’ hardened stance on radical Islam. Some French companies have already vowed to not give in to Muslim “blackmail.”
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