U.S. authorities did not immediately acknowledge the action, and the circumstances of the seizures are not clear.
Premier Mario Draghi said at a joint press conference in Rome with visiting European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen that the funding will make Italy, the EU's third-largest economy, "more just, more competitive and more sustainable in its growth."
"Should any vessels or aircraft not participating in SEA BREEZE enter the exercise operating area, we would expect those units to conduct themselves in a safe and professional manner," U.S. Navy spokesperson Lieutenant Bobby Dixon told Newsweek.
"So, turns out, we booked the holiday home of a swamp monster. Maybe he can tell us where the remote's gone," the shocked Airbnb renter said.
Russia's capital city clocked in at 6,555 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, according to the country's state coronavirus task force, and 16,715 new cases were recorded across Russia. The numbers are twice what they were just a month ago.
"The change arises from the conviction that gender, a social and political construct, is no longer a criterion that we follow to distinguish between performances," said the director of Spain's San Sebastián International Film Festival.
Moderna President Dr. Stephen Hoge believes there will be a "chronic" need for a COVID-19 booster shot in the future, and it would be "prudent to plan for," he told the Associated Press.
An American lawyer in Hong Kong was convicted of assaulting a police officer after attempting to break up an altercation he witnessed on the subway two years ago. Under a new national security law, China's judicial system appears to have tightened its restraints.
Thirteen young people from various locations in France face potential prison time and fines.
The snake catcher shared the clip on social media, in which the red bellied black snake comes "very, very close" to biting its handler.
Rumors about the Chinese intelligence official's alleged defection to the United States began circulating earlier this month.
"I agree that global climate change is the single biggest threat to the world's reefs but it is wrong, in our view, to single out the best-managed reef in the world for an 'in danger' listing," said Australia's environment minister, Sussan Ley.
YouTuber Tanaka Natsuki caught the incident on camera while in the area filming a fishing video for her channel.
The report said the use of explosives in terror attacks declined, probably because of COVID-19 lockdowns closing down large gatherings of people.
According to CoinDesk, the price of Bitcoin was trading at around $29,811 earlier on Tuesday but reached $30,536 as of publication time. Bitcoin hit a 24-hour low price of $28,814, according to CoinDesk.
A new law was designed to crack down on pedophilia but contains amendments that make it appear as if pedophilia and homosexuality are linked. The law banned any content with homosexuality or sex reassignment to be shared with minors.
Activists accused the Vatican of "unprecedented" interference with its formal opposition to the proposed Italian Zan Law that would expand anti-LGBT discrimination protections.
Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez said the release was "the best decision for Catalonia and the best decision for Spain."
"There is virtually no chance Nicaraguans can exercise their fundamental rights to freedom of expression, assembly, and association, nor to vote and run for public office, if they are seen as opposing the ruling party," said the Americas director at Human Rights Watch.
Israel's defense ministry says that the unnamed prototype was mounted on a Cessna aircraft and targeted drones in the Mediterranean Sea.
"We in Munich certainly won't let ourselves be discouraged from sending a clear signal to Hungary and the world," said Munich Mayor Dieter Reiter said.
Settlers have campaigned for decades to evict Palestinian families from their homes in the densely populated Palestinian neighborhoods just outside the walls of the Old City.