De-escalation talks have been going on since June, when Indian and Chinese troops clashed along the mountainous border leaving several dead.
Professor Andrew Pollard also said that cases of people being reinfected with the COVID-19 virus had to be closely monitored to ensure the effectiveness of a vaccine.
Local health officials have issued warnings that visitors must wear face masks and practice social distancing at the resort.
"Clinical findings indicate poisoning with a substance from the group of cholinesterase inhibitors. The specific substance involved remains unknown, and a further series of comprehensive testing has been initiated," Charité University Hospital in Berlin wrote in a tweet.
Fifteen people arrested during a nightclub raid over the weekend later tested positive for the new coronavirus, Peru's Ministry of Health reported on Sunday.
The Iranian supreme leader attacked imports from "a certain luxury US mobile brand," but sent his condemnation through an Apple product.
The South China Sea remains tense amid disputes regarding Beijing's territorial claims over the region's busy shipping routes and potentially lucrative natural resources.
Fresh reports of the North Korean leader's demise emerged late last week, but there is no evidence to support them.
The news comes amid the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement, which sparked protests around the world against systemic racism and police brutality.
A missile explosion sent shrapnel into the aircraft, which likely disrupted the plane's recorders, the Civil Aviation Organization of Iran claimed.
"In order to protect and guarantee public health and safety, in the absence of suitable reception facilities, it is forbidden to enter, transit and stop in the territory of the Sicilian Region by every migrant," the ordinance said.
The foreign ministries of Poland and Lithuania tell Newsweek they are closely monitoring Belarusian border exercises, as President Alexander Lukashenko accuses them of hatching a U.S.-led plot against him.
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus spoke about recent protests by health care workers across the globe because they don't have enough PPE, and corruption related to the lack of PPE.
The Putin critic was flown to Berlin where he is undergoing treatment for suspected poisoning.
With the historically pro-China Rajapaksa brothers back in power, Sri Lanka is being asked by the U.S. to shun the Belt and Road Initiative and prioritize "a transparent, private sector-driven investment, grant, and business model."
"We have legitimate requests that are there," UAE State Minister for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash said Thursday. "We ought to get them."
The weekly totals of new cases in Spain, Italy and France have increased for several consecutive weeks.
Up to half a million people could be made homeless without the eviction ban across the U.K.
President Donald Trump has sought to blame China for the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, hoping that his tough-on-Beijing record can help him overturn Democratic nominee Joe Biden's lead in the polls.
Bannon appeared in court Thursday accused of fraud related to an online fundraising campaign for Trump's proposed border wall with Mexico.
The alleged poison attack on Russian opposition figure highlights President Donald Trump's relationship with Vladimir Putin.
"In what world do we live in, where children and pregnant women being treated by doctors are subject to people throwing stones at them?" questioned Marco Sandrone, MSF's Lesbos field coordinator.