Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney has warned against creating a hard border by accident on the island.
US President Donald Trump’s special envoy to Northern Ireland, Mick Mulvaney, has warned against creating a “hard border by accident” on the island, the Financial Times reported on Friday.
British Prime Minister Prime Minister Boris Johnson is proposing new legislation that would break the Northern Ireland protocol of the Brexit divorce treaty that seeks to avoid a physical customs border between British-ruled Northern Ireland and EU-member Ireland.
“The Trump administration, State Department and the US Congress would all be aligned in the desire to see the Good Friday Agreement preserved to see the lack of a border maintained,” Mulvaney said in an interview with the newspaper, referring to a peace accord signed by London, Dublin and Northern Ireland political leaders in 1998.
His remark comes two days after US Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden warned Britain that it must honour the 1998 agreement as it withdraws from the European Union or there would be no separate US trade deal.
Kim said the latest missile test was “an occasion to send an adequate warning to the joint military drill now underway by the US and South Korean authorities,” according to KCNA.
US Customs and Border Protection has released a video showing a migrant boy who claims he was abandoned in the desert approaching a border agent and asking for help.
US National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien has warned UK about allowing China’s Huawei Technologies Co Ltd into its 5G telecommunications networks, saying such a move would pose a risk to UK’s secret intelligence services,
Communication is vital in achieving sustainability as well as long-lasting relationships and how this is conveyed, speaks volumes. This was the message in the keynote speech of Sharjah Government Media Bureau (SGMB) Director General Tariq Saeed Allay at 11th annual edition of the International Government Communication Forum (IGCF), ongoing at the Expo Centre Sharjah.
The missiles are believed to be handed over to Ukraine army to help the war-torn country in it's battle against Russia.
In the video, which is reportedly shot in the Amaria town of Pilibhit district, a man identified as Noushad can be seen hanging precariously on the wires and doing all sort of stunts.
The hospital handed a death certificate to the man's family, but the family members refused to believe his death, and instead of burying him, they brought him home and looked after him, as if he would wake up later.