Russian military complete operational exercise in Pacific This week, the Russian Pacific Fleet carried out a military exercise in the Pacific Ocean that involved 20 warships and several ships. The drill was carried out on June 10 to practice responding to a
World War 3: Vision 2020 outlines plans for ‘full dominance’ Incumbent US President Donald Trump ripped apart decades of ingrained foreign policy as he looked to back Taiwan in its bitter row with Beijing. Tensions between China and the US remain fraught,
CHINA has brought tough new restrictions in another city in Hebei province, putting almost five million people under lockdown amid rising concerns about a second wave of COVID-19.
ANGELA MERKEL has plunged Germany into a coronavirus lockdown until April, while issuing a swipe at the UK over the spread of the “British virus”.
Elon Musk surpasses Bezos as ‘world’s richest person’ The Tesla and SpaceX entrepreneur is now worth £136billion, overtaking Amazon boss Jeff Bezos, who has £135billion. Many have noted the stark contrast of Musk and Bezos’ lives compared to millions around the world
President Trump is now one of the least popular people in the US, with a growing population of Americans increasingly unsatisfied with his leadership. The embattled leader is being held responsible for last week’s Capitol Hill riots, which saw a mob of
US Election: Ivanka Trump makes speech at rally in Wisconsin There are just eight days left before the inauguration of Joe Biden, but the outgoing President has “something up his sleeve”, Chair of the Defence Select Committee Tobias Ellwood has warned. Ivanka,
Iran kicked off 2021 by seizing a South Korean tanker in the Strait of Hormuz. It also announced its return to 20 percent uranium enrichment, which is a massive breach of the 2015 nuclear deal it signed with world powers. However, a
The US President has been ‘immediately permanently suspended’ from tweeting after the platform determined his posts had violated its ‘Glorification of Violence Policy’. Twitter’s announcement followed violent pro-Trump protests which descended on the US Capitol, in which five people were killed, last
Bitcoin: Cryptocurrency surges by over five percent Bitcoin is currently trading at $31,000 (£22,928) per coin compared to $41,500 (£30,694) on January 7. This move hasn’t reflected wider stock market moves, with global stocks remaining largely flat. In response Britain’s Financial Conduct Authority
South China Sea: Expert on reported missile deployment in 2016 Sir William, who served as foreign secretary from 2010-14, was speaking after 53 pro-democracy dissidents were rounded up in Hong Kong and Donald Trump’s supporters stormed the US Congress. Writing in the Daily