Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Science and Security Board members Sharon Squassoni and Scott Sagan looked at South Asia and the Korean Peninsula as likely nuclear flashpoints, but both blamed U.S. policies.
"We have no indication thus far that this was in any way caused by a deliberate attack or bombing of any kind," Lebanese ambassador to the United States Gabriel Issa said in a statement sent to Newsweek.
The prime minister claimed an end to Chinese incursions along the disputed northern border, but satellite images and multiple reports indicate Chinese troops have reinforced rather than abandoned positions.
The Chinese military said it is "strongly dissatisfied" and "resolutely against" U.S. criticism of its activities in the South China Sea, and the People's Liberation Army trained for air defense near flashpoints by Taiwan and India.
At Christmas in 1996, Mother Teresa told us that after our work we were to go out into the streets and sing carols. Some of the volunteers weren't so keen, but we did what she said. You did not argue with Mother Teresa.
By Kenny Mammarella-D'Cruz On 7/4/20 at 7:55 AM EDT
A man can be seen in the video footage grabbing a woman by her hair, dragging her to the ground and repeatedly using a wooden stick from a chair to beat her after she had asked him to wear a face covering while inside their office.
Russia convened a video call with China and India's top diplomats and will soon bring their militaries together for a joint World War II victory celebration, the latest sign of Moscow's growing diplomatic clout in Asia.