A new "super-ministry" set to deepen Chinese President Xi Jinping's war on graft and extend it to all state employees is likely to undermine years of work by Chinese legal reformers to protect the rights of suspects during investigations, according to some Chinese academics.
The official said it will likely take "many more months" to restore electricity and critical infrastructure to Puerto Rico, adding it was unclear how many of the residents who fled will eventually return.
Mexican buyers imported ten times more corn from Brazil last year amid concern that NAFTA renegotiations could disrupt their U.S. supplies, according to government data and top grains merchants.
At least 310 people have been killed in the Ghouta district since Sunday night.
This is not the first time the United States has shown concern about President Rodrigo Duterte, who is notorious for his defiance of international pressure.
A severe drought has forced South Africa to declare a national disaster and impose tough water-saving measures in attempts to push back the day when taps are expected to run dry. In this photo essay from Reuters' Mike Hutchings, you can see how devastating the drought has already been on the country.
Last week's mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, has inflamed a national debate about gun rights and prompted teens from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and across the United States to demand legislative action.
Most of the chain's 900-some UK stores are closed after a new supplier couldn't deliver chicken to stores
The experiment was held near the isolated Israeli township of Mitzpe Ramon, whose surroundings resemble the Martian environment in its geology, aridity, appearance and desolation, the ministry said.
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki equated "Jewish perpetrators" with Polish and others, drawing immediate criticism from Israel's prime minister who called Morawiecki's words "outrageous."