Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan lashed out at US sanctions over Turkey’s purchase of Russian missile systems. Erdogan called this an attack on Turkey’s sovereignty. Meanwhile, Hong Kong’s civil servants took a pledge of loyalty to the government. Brexit trade deal talks are at a crucial stage. Read this and more in our top 10 world news.
Erdogan hit back on after the United States imposed sanctions on Turkey over its purchase of Russian ground-to-air defences and targeted the top Turkish defence development body, its president, and three employees
British and European negotiators have made little progress towards agreeing fair trade rules but are still far apart on access to fishing, she said as intense talks on a post-Brexit trade deal continued nearby in Brussels.
President-elect Joe Biden, who defeated Trump at the ballot box in November, has signalled a willingness to return to diplomacy with Iran after four tense years under the outgoing president.
The Southeast Asian nation has seen a sharp jump in cases since September, with the total number of infections climbing above 86,000 and with 422 deaths as of Tuesday.
In a round of donations early this year, Scott gave nearly $1.7 billion to groups devoted to race, gender and economic equality, as well as other social causes
This means that you won’t know what’s around your feet as you enter water or even roam the beach