Monthly Archives: July 2020

Trump threatens to ban TikTok

US President Donald Trump has threatened to ban TikTok. According to him, various measures against the application are being considered, “We are studying TikTok. We can ban TikTok. We can do some other things. There are a couple of options. Let’s see what happens,” the American leader said. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo previously announced plans to… Read More »

U.S. court overturns Tsarnaev’s death sentence

An American appeals court has overturned Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s death sentence for the Boston Marathon bombing. This is reported by Reuters. It is specified that the death sentence has been abolished on charges 4, 5, 9, 10, and 14. The case has been referred to a lower court for a new trial at the sentencing stage. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was… Read More »

Elon Musk denies love affair with Bill Gates 

The billionaire tweeted about it. American billionaire Elon Musk announced on Twitter that he and Microsoft founder Bill Gates are not lovers, and rumors about their relationship – not true. In such an extravagant way, the inventor reacted to Gates’ recent interview in which he spoke about Musk. The 64-year-old entrepreneur, recall, praised the head of SpaceX and… Read More »

Alan Parker dies

“Midnight Express” and “Evita” director Alan Parker dies aged 76 after a long illness Alan Parker is a British director, screenwriter, and actor, co-founder of the British Directors Guild and chairman of the British Film Council. The probable cause of death of dismembered rapper named His directorial works include Mississippi on Fire (1988), Bugsy Malone (1976), Ptah (1984),… Read More »

Florida declares emergency mode due to Hurricane Isaias 

Florida Governor Ron De Santis has signed an executive order imposing an emergency regime on the east coast of the region because of Hurricane Isaias. This is reported by NBC News. “Despite current forecasts suggesting that Isaias will remain at sea, the situation remains volatile and could change rapidly,” the governor said. Earlier in Mexico, two people were… Read More »

Danish journalist names Russian superweapons in Arctic

Emil Rottbell, a journalist for the Danish newspaper Berlingske, described Russian weapons, which are defenseless against the forces of the North Atlantic Alliance in the Arctic, in particular, the Thule and Greenland airbase, According to the author of the article, NATO forces as a whole are “absolutely defenseless” against the Dagger missile systems. He noted the speed and… Read More »

Manicure hike saved woman from cancer

In the UK, a 73-year-old pensioner found out she had lung cancer after going to a beauty salon. This is reported by the Daily Mail. Staffordshire resident Joan Martindale noticed that her fingernails on her hands and feet had changed shape, became wide, wavy, and convex. The woman read on the Internet that such a symptom can speak… Read More »

Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry sends Russia a note of protest

The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry sent a note of protest to Russia over the sending of humanitarian aid to Donbas, the press service of the ministry said on Thursday. Russia’s Emergencies Ministry reported on Thursday, that another humanitarian convoy delivered humanitarian aid to the residents of Donbas. In this regard, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine sent a… Read More »