The Hug Curtain Photograph:( Reuters )
Here are the top stories that made rounds in the world arena today.
Trump also criticised cuts to the city’s police department and wrote on Twitter that Mayor Bill de Blasio’s decision to paint Black Lives Matter on the street outside Trump Tower is “denigrating this luxury Avenue”.
“I don’t want to see our critical national infrastructure at risk of being in any way controlled by potentially hostile state vendors,” Johnson said.
On Wednesday, Prince Harry apologised for institutional racism during a speech he recorded for the Diana Awards.
According to a report in CNN, the President's briefers had one simple rule with Trump -- never lead with Russia.
At the time of the party, several teens were waiting for their COVID-19 test results, and have since tested positive.
According to Tokyo's governor, Yuriko Koike, around 70 per cent of the cases were reported among the people in their 20s and 30s.
The judgement states that British government had formally recognised Guaido as the constitutional interim President of Venezuela.
A large plastic curtain on June 14 at the Jardins de Picardie nursing home has proven very popular with the residents, who had not been allowed any visitors for 11 weeks.
The directors of U.S. intelligence agencies were scheduled to brief the "Gang of Eight" made up of congressional leaders and chairs of the intelligence committees in the House of Representatives and U.S. Senate.
The constitutional reforms approved in a nationwide vote by 77.92 per cent of Russian voters could allow Putin to extend his rule until 2036.