US President Donald Trump marked the 60th anniversary of the signing of the current US-Japan security treaty with a call for a stronger and deeper alliance between the two countries, despite criticising the pact six months ago.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo said on Friday he had ordered tighter security for state officials a day after a suspected militant stabbed the chief security minister as he was greeting crowds in a provincial town.
Lavrov and Blinken spoke on Tuesday and reiterated positions put forward by Putin and President Joe Biden. The White House said Biden and Putin could also speak once the US receives Russia’s response.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday accused the US and its allies of ignoring Russia’s top security demands but said Moscow is willing to talk more to ease tensions over Ukraine. The comments were his first on the standoff in more than a month and suggested a
Apple, Google and Microsoft said on Thursday they are looking to get rid of passwords and replace them with a more secure way to access accounts or devices.
The Chinese foreign ministry spokesman, Wang Wenbin, said on Tuesday that “the foreign ministers of China and the Solomon Islands officially signed the framework agreement on security cooperation recently.” The details of the
The security plan includes providing 412 patrols, 29 bicycles, 3,200 police officers, 62 civil defence vehicles, 122 ambulances, 442 paramedics, nine marine boats, and 165 lifeguards on Dubai beaches.
The UAE cybersecurity Council, in collaboration with Expo 2020 Dubai and the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), conducted a virtual exercise, titled, "cyber 193."
Having amassed over 100,000 troops near the border with its pro-Western neighbour Ukraine, Russia wants the United States and NATO to pledge that Kyiv will not be allowed to join the military bloc. Washington has so far refused to provide such guarantees.