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.
Any person, who forges, counterfeits or falsifies in any way, either in person or through an intermediary, a banknote or coin in circulation in the State shall be sentenced to life or temporary imprisonment and a fine not less than Dhs200,000.
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.
The IEA's Global Energy Review 2021 predicted carbon dioxide emissions would rise to 33 billion tonnes this year, up 1.5 billion tonnes from 2020 levels in the largest single increase in more than a decade.
Ralph Gonsalves, Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, said people living in so-called red zones in the northwest and northeast of the island needed to leave immediately as the volcano pumped out more smoke and steam.
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,
North Korea’s state media on Saturday lashed out at Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as an “imbecile and political dwarf” for calling Pyongyang’s latest test of a large multiple-rocket launcher
The Ministry of Health and Community Protection has issued a circular to all health facilities and health care practitioners, warning against the use of the food supplement Dragon Wolverine - tablets, because it contains undeclared substances that may cause a sharp drop in blood pressure to a dangerous level. The Ministry withdrew the product and prevented its circulation or importing it.
The stark words from Anthony Fauci came as much of the United States and Europe press ahead with easing curbs that have confined billions to their homes to stem the spread of the disease.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi claimed that India was plotting an attack on Pakistan, allegedly to divert attention from a recent deadly clash between India and China in a disputed area of the Himalayas that killed at least 20 Indian soldiers.