Viewers across the globe tuned into the 2020 presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden Tuesday night and witnessed an often chaotic and unruly spectacle. And, members of the US House Intelligence Committee are increasingly worried that China is shaping geopolitics and global technology, while the US intelligence community lacks the resources or the mindset to challenge Beijing. Also, around the world, the coronavirus is causing spaces to be reused in new ways. In Salford, England, The Lowry performance theater has been converted by the Ministry of Justice to help tackle a backlog of nearly 50,000 legal cases.
Around the globe, observers of US politics noted after last night’s chaotic presidential debate that Americans are enmeshed in a painful and personal contest, Kuwait's new emir, Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmad al-Sabah, was sworn in Wednesday by parliament, and the UK and Canada imposed sanctions on Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko and seven other government officials.
When ISIS took over his city, Archbishop Najeeb Michaeel Moussa knew he had to jump into action to save hundreds of ancient manuscripts. The risky effort was dangerous but ultimately successful. Now, he has been nominated for a prestigious award by the European Union.
A new report from the House Intelligence Committee says that intelligence agencies are facing great difficulty shifting away from counterterrorism toward new threats from countries like China. The US is lacking in personnel, language skills, expertise and prioritization of resources.
There are lots of theories and predictions about what could go wrong with the upcoming US election — making the role of international election observers in the country perhaps more important than ever.
Más de la mitad de la generación Z cree que el cambio climático está vinculado a la actividad humana, según un estudio de 2018 del Centro de Investigación Pew . Esta creencia es sostenida incluso por los republicanos de esta generación.
Florida es un estado crucial en la elección del candidato que vencerá la carrera por la Casa Blanca el 3 de noviembre. La victoria del presidente Donald Trump o del candidato demócrata Joe Biden a partir de los 29 votos electorales del estado podría depender de unos cientos de miles de puertorriqueños del centro de Florida.
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