Mail-in balloting, which has been touted by many Democrats as a safer way to vote amid the coronavirus pandemic, has faced intense criticism from some Republicans, who, led by President Donald Trump, suggest that the practice could lead to election fraud.
Tesla is racing ahead with construction of its new factory just outside of Berlin. All that’s left for German carmakers is to watch and learn.
Health authorities in South Korea said on Wednesday they plan to continue their flu vaccination program despite reports that five people died after receiving flu shots in the past week. There is no reason to believe the government scheme was linked to the reported deaths, according to Jeong Eun-kyeong, the director of the Korea Disease…
The acquisition of the Russian air defence systems by Turkey met with severe opposition from Washington, which threatened to impose sanctions on Ankara. This, however, did not stop Turkey from buying them and reportedly testing their functionality recently.
How is it possible that 2,750 tons of highly explosive ammonium nitrate was stored in the heart of Beirut for several years? DER SPIEGEL recounts the missteps, corruption and incompetence that led to the August blast.
Despite failing to convince its UN Security Council colleagues to reimpose sanctions on Iran, the US is attempting to circumvent them, setting a date for the ‘snapback’ and daring other countries to call its bluff. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo unveiled a creative interpretation of UN Security Council Resolution 2231 on Thursday, presenting Tehran…
TOKYO (Sputnik) – The Japanese Foreign Ministry confirmed on Wednesday that UK Secretary of State for International Trade Elizabeth Truss would visit Japan on Friday to sign a bilateral post-Brexit free trade deal on behalf of London.