World breaking news today (August 22): Trump suggests traditional election-night verdict could be delayed

World breaking news today (August 22): Trump suggests traditional election-night verdict could be delayed

World breaking news today (August 22): Trump suggests traditional election-night verdict could be delayed. Meanwhile, former Army Green Beret charged with spying for Russia, EU gives green light to €290 million state aid package for Brussels Airlines and gold price also make headlines today.
World breaking news today July 28: Kim Jong Un says no more war thanks to nuclear weapons 

World breaking news today July 28: Kim Jong Un says no more war thanks to nuclear weapons 

World breaking news today July 28: North Korean leader said there will be no more war thanks to nuclear weapons. Meanwhile, Brazilian doctors called for investigation of Bolsonaro, New Zealand suspends extradition treaty with Hong Kong,  Boris Johnson's commitment to improve public health and oil price also make headlines today. 
World breaking news today July 25: New foreign students studying online-only course can't enter US

World breaking news today July 25: New foreign students studying online-only course can't enter US

World news today July 25: Newly enrolled international students whose colleges and universities are operating entirely online this fall won't be allowed to enter the U.S. 
World Breaking News Today (July 22): Mystery illness outbreak strikes 92, hospitalizes 10 in Campuchia

World Breaking News Today (July 22): Mystery illness outbreak strikes 92, hospitalizes 10 in Campuchia

World news breaking news today (July 22): 92 villagers have fallen ill, 10 hospitalized in a mysterious outbreak in Poipet. Meanwhile, 900,000 British public sector workers gets pay rise, US accused two Chinese hackers of stealing trade secrets from companies worldwide, China allocated a 330 million yuan disaster relief fund, gold price also make headlines today. 
World news today July 21: U.S. Imposes Sanctions on 11 Chinese Companies

World news today July 21: U.S. Imposes Sanctions on 11 Chinese Companies

World news today July 21: The U.S. Commerce Department added  11 Chinese companies implicated in what it called human rights violations. Meanwhile, two members of Brazilian president positive for nCoV, heavy floods in Nepal, India, Poland's former PM arrested in corruption probe, and oil price also make headlines today. 
World news today July 20: UK to suspend extradition treaty with Hong Kong

World news today July 20: UK to suspend extradition treaty with Hong Kong

World news today July 20: The UK is expected to suspend extradition treaty with Hong Kong. Meanwhile, China blasts dam to release floodwater, Kanye West holds first events as candidate, rally in Thailand calling for the ouster of government and gold price also make headlines today. 
World news today July 19: China warns UK over basing aircraft carrier in the Pacific

World news today July 19: China warns UK over basing aircraft carrier in the Pacific 1

World news today July 19: Beijing's ambassador to London has warned Britain against stationing a new aircraft carrier in the Pacific. Meanwhile, the death of Algerian ex-minister and a Japanese star, and oil price also make headlines today. 
World news today July 18: South Korean lawsuit filed against Kim Jong-un’s sister

World news today July 18: South Korean lawsuit filed against Kim Jong-un’s sister

World news today July 18:  Kim Jong-un’s sister is under a lawsuit for blowing up the inter-Korean liaison office last month. Meanwhile, leader of Shincheonji church questioned by South Korean prosecutors, White House blocks CDC head from testifying opening schools, Princess Beatrice gets married and gold price also make headlines today.   
World news today July 17: Baladeshis hospital owner arrested over faking thousands of COVID-19 results

World news today July 17: Baladeshis hospital owner arrested over faking thousands of COVID-19 results

World news today July 17: Bangladeshis hospital arrested after issuing thousands of fake coronavirus test results. Meanwhile, Brazil's Bolsonaro voices hope over Trump’s re-election, Denmark’s Prime Minister's wedding, plane crash in Turkey and gold price also make headlines today. 
World news today July 16: US backs nations that say China violated their East Sea claims

World news today July 16: US backs nations that say China violated their East Sea claims 2

World news today July 16: Mike Pompeo said the United States will support countries that believe China has violated their maritime claims in East Sea. Meanwhile, Twitter accounts of major public figures and corporations hacked, TikTok fined in S.Korea over privacy issues, Gokada's CEO found dead and gold price also make headlines today.
World News today July 15: The US rescinds rule on foreign students 

World News today July 15: The US rescinds rule on foreign students 

World news today July 15: The Trump administration on Tuesday dropped its much-criticized plan to rescind rule on foreign students. Meanwhile, Trump shows no interest in trade talks with China, Supreme Court clears way for first federal execution in 17 years, UK to ban Huawei equipment from its 5G network, and gold price also make headlines today. 
World news today July 14: US' aircraft surveils Chinese coastline

World news today July 14: US' aircraft surveils Chinese coastline

World news today July 14: An E-8C was spotted near the Guangdong coast on Monday as the Taiwanese military started its annual training exercise. Meanwhile, EU foreign ministers are urging more action to China and Turkey, flood level in China and gold price also make headlines today. 
World news today July 13: M5.1 earthquake strikes Tangshan, north China's Hebei Province

World news today July 13: M5.1 earthquake strikes Tangshan, north China's Hebei Province

World news today July 13: A preliminary magnitude-5.1 earthquake jolted Guye District of Tangshan City, north China's Hebei Province. Meanwhile, the world sees 230,370 cases within 24 hours; the Philippines said China should comply with sea feud ruling; over 600,000 in Hong Kong cast 'protest' vote against new security laws and gold price also make headlines today. 
World news today July 11: Britons warned of 'thorough' EU border checks after transition period ends

World news today July 11: Britons warned of 'thorough' EU border checks after transition period ends

World news today July 11: Britons will be "subject to thorough checks" at borders when entering EU countries and the Schengen area when the transition period ends.
World news today July 10: Trump accused former administration of stalking on his campaign

World news today July 10: Trump accused former administration of stalking on his campaign

 World news today July 10: Supreme Court has ruled that a district attorney in Manhattan can seek Donald Trump‘s tax and financial records from his accounting firm. Meanwhile, Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon's death, Bolivia's president positive nCoV result, crane fall in London and gold price prediction also make headlines today (July 10). 
 World news today July 9: Harvard, MIT sue Trump administration over rule barring international students

 World news today July 9: Harvard, MIT sue Trump administration over rule barring international students

World news today July 9: Harvard, MIT sue Trump administration over rule barring international students, China’s military use spider excavators to build roads near India border, Hong Kong bans protest songs and other political expressions at schools, Bodies of 180 suspected extrajudicial execution victims found in Burkina Faso and gold price are making headlines today (July 9). 
World news today July 8: Trump to officially withdraw from WHO in July 2021

World news today July 8: Trump to officially withdraw from WHO in July 2021

World news today July 8:The Trump administration has formally notified the United Nations of its withdrawal from the WHO. Meanwhile, Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro has confirmed his positive result for coronavirus. China opened a new office for its security agents to operate openly in Hong Kong. TikTok, Zoom and Microsoft quit Hong Kong and oil price also make headlines today (July 8). 
World news today July 7: Conservative MPs threatens to thwart Boris Johnson’s government over Huawei dispute

World news today July 7: Conservative MPs threatens to thwart Boris Johnson’s government over Huawei dispute

World news today July 7: Around 60 Conservative MPs are threatening to thwart Johnson's legislative agenda if he doesn’t accelerate the removal of Huawei from the UK's 5G network. Meanwhile, India pulls back troops from one disputed border by at least a km, Wuhan has raised its emergency flood response level from level III to level II, oversea students must leave the US if classes go online, and gold price also make headlines today (July 7). 
World news today July 5: WHO records world’s largest one-day COVID-19 cases increase 

World news today July 5: WHO records world’s largest one-day COVID-19 cases increase 

World news today July 5: Over 212,000 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide within 24 hours on Saturday. Meanwhile, WHO halts hydroxychloroquine in COVID-19 treatment, China has fired back at Canada for criticizing Beijing's national security law for Hong Kong and gold price also make headlines today (July 5). 
World news today July 3: Russia referendum: Vladimir Putin now able to extend his rule until 2036

World news today July 3: Russia referendum: Vladimir Putin now able to extend his rule until 2036

World news today July 3: With 77.6% of voters have approved Vladimir Putin’s proposed amendments to the 1993 constitution, the Russian President now could hold power until 2036. Meanwhile, the US reported record one-day increase, US soldiers landed on trees in a parachuting and oil prices also make headlines today (July 3). 
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