China- India skirmish spills over into trade front

India's government is considering accelerating the imposition of trade and investment restrictions, on Chinese business and goods and Huawei appears to be the target, according to Nikkei Asian Review.  Read more »

US News today, June 29: Mississippi passes bill to remove Confederate symbol from state flag

Mississippi passes bill to remove Confederate symbol from state flag, one dead in Louisville shooting, Trump denies he was briefed on reported bounties on U.S troops and experts warn that ‘window is closing’ to stop coronavirus as US cases pass 2.5m are remarkable news today.   Read more »

Facebook ad boycott: Running list of big names from Coca-cola to Unilever

The list of companies including series of large corporations around the world saying “no more advertisement” on Facebook has yet to end in a move to support the newly campaign “#StopHateForProfit”.  Read more »

Extremely rare photos of Putin’s daughters taken when he first took power

Two daughters's unseen photos of the Russian leader have emerged from his one-time closest confidant's private collection.  Read more »

World news today, June 29: Japan opposes US’s suggestion to add South Korea to G7

World news today June 29: Japan opposes Trump’s suggestion in May to invite South Korea to this year’s summit. Meanwhile, 14 went missing in a boat collision in the Philippines, violators of Hong Kong security law could face life imprisonment, gold prices also make headlines today (June 29).  Read more »

China: over 500,000 people in lockdown as coronavirus cases rise again in Beijing

A new COVID-19 cluster has forced Chinese authorities to impose a strict lockdown in a province near the capital Beijing. Officials warn the coronavirus outbreak remains "severe and complicated." Read more »

US News today, June 28: 2 killed, 4 injured in Red Bluff Walmart distribution center shooting

Red Bluff shooting, 1,700 troops will support Trump 'Salute to America' celebrations July 4, Princeton to remove Woodrow Wilson's name from school over racist history and only two US states are reporting a decline in new coronavirus cases are remarkable news today. Read more »

US approves Dexamethasone drug for COVID-19 treatment

Dexamethasone, the latest drug touted by experts in the UK now has been approved for use to treat COVID-19 patients by the US government, with the using expenses of only USD6 per day. Read more »

World news today, June 28: Global COVID-19 cases pass 10 million

World news today June 28: The global coronavirus cases have surpassed 10 million, marking a major milestone in the spread of the deadly novel disease. Meanwhile, a locusts swarm is threatening India, Pakistan sacks 5 aviation officials, grounds 262 pilots over tainted licenses scandal, and oil prices also make headlines today (June 28).  Read more »

FA Cup: Manchester United finally end 10-man Norwich’s Cup

Manchester United were made to work devilishly hard to book their place in the FA Cup semifinals, but as Harry Maguire scored deep into a 2-1 extra-time win over Norwich City at Carrow Road, it was hard to escape the notion that this competition will prove to be the one that suffers most from an absence of fans.  Read more »

Shane Dawn Apologizes for his Racism “I thought it was funny”

Shane Dawson apologizes for doing Blackface, saying the n-word in his YouTube channel after facing criticism for his racist actions. Read more »

Pakistan sacks 5 aviation officials, grounds 262 pilots over tainted licenses scandal

Pakistan has fired five aviation officials allegedly having implications in the "bogus" pilot licenses scandal, a month after deadly crash in Karachi leading to the deaths of nearly 100 passengers and flight crew.  Read more »