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.
08:54 | 11/07/2020
US and Canada weather forecast today, July 11: Parts of the southwestern United States are under an excessive heat warning this weekend. Temperatures are expected to reach as high as 120 degrees Fahrenheit in some regions and officials urge people to take precautions as heat this high can turn deadly. In Canada, Montreal heatwave would be followed by heavy rainfalls, said Environment Canada forecasts.
08:52 | 11/07/2020
Mini heatwave is expected to hit the UK, meanwhile, thunderstorms shall batter Europe.
07:11 | 11/07/2020
The intense heat continues to spread the central region on July 11, with temperatures hovering around 35-38C, even 39C in some places.
07:01 | 11/07/2020
Vietnam and the United Nations have shared experience in peacekeeping activities, especially in combating the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) during online talks on July 10 between Deputy Defence Minister Nguyen Chi Vinh and UN Under-Secretary-General for Operational Support Atul Khare.
18:59 | 10/07/2020
Latest News Rapper Pop Smoke’s murder case: Three men and two teenagers have been taken into custody Thursday, five months after the death at a home invasion robbery of rapper Pop Smoke, Los Angeles police reported.
18:16 | 10/07/2020
Vikas Dubey had become the most dread name in India after his role in 8 police shot dead on July 3 in Bikru village.
17:37 | 10/07/2020
Dogecoin volumes spiked over the past two days amid a new TikTok trend aiming to get the meme-based cryptocurrency's price to $1.
15:06 | 10/07/2020
Seoul Mayor's sudden death continues fueling concerns of community over sexual harassment in Korea and #MeToo movement.
11:59 | 10/07/2020
The US Treasury Department has put restriction measures on China officials including a member of China’s Politburo member over human rights abuses against Uighur ethnic group and other ethnic minorities in Xinjiang, pursuant to the Global Magnitsky Act
World Bank's expert: Strategies to mitigate the public health crisis and prepare for economic revival
11:49 | 10/07/2020
According to analysis of the World Bank Managing Director of Development Policy and Partnerships, Mari Elka Pangestu, countries and development partners can learn strategies from each other to mitigate the public health crisis and prepare for economic revival.
11:27 | 10/07/2020
According to the Worldometers, as of 6 am, July 10, there are 12,376,423 people worldwide infected with Covid-19, including 556,473 deaths and 7,181,093 patients recovered.
10:14 | 10/07/2020
The Supreme Court has ruled that a district attorney in Manhattan can seek Donald Trump‘s tax and financial records from his accounting firm, a move that could be a blow against the president and his New York-based business.
09:37 | 10/07/2020
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).
09:35 | 10/07/2020
Hunger linked to the Covid-19 outbreak could cause as many as 12,000 deaths per day by the end of the year, a new report from Oxfam has said on July 09.
UK and Europe weather forecast latest, July 11: Scorching 37C heat burns leading to a bright and sunny weekend
08:43 | 10/07/2020
Scorching 37C may spread across UK and Europe and these areas shall experience a bright and sunny weekend.
US and Canada weather forecast today, July 10: Pattern change brings temporary heat relief to Great Lakes as hot temperatures intensify in Southwest,
08:35 | 10/07/2020
US and Canada weather forecast today, July 10: In the US, a shifting jet stream pattern into the weekend will bring temporary heat relief to the Great Lakes as hot temperatures intensify toward record levels in parts of the Southwest and Plains. Meanwhile, in Canada, the hot temperatures continue to blast Toronto as Environment Canada issues air quality statement.
08:16 | 10/07/2020
Seoul police found the body of city Mayor Park Won Soon in hills on July 10 after he was informed for 4 to 5 hours away from home after leaving a “will-like” message to the daughter. His death came amidst reports saying he faced criminal complaints of sexual harassment.
05:53 | 10/07/2020
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on July 8 has stressed the need for countries to work together in dealing with China's stepped-up activities in regional waters.
22:53 | 09/07/2020
Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Pham Binh Minh and Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs Motegi Toshimitsu co-chaired the 13th Mekong - Japan Ministerial Conference on July 9, focusing on promoting cooperation between Mekong countries and Japan in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
22:53 | 09/07/2020
American experts so far viewed that COVI -19 is even subject to herd immunity due to vast number of the infected.