The China Daily newspaper said the speed of congratulatory phone calls showed that the world has tired of the Trump administration.
A number of Conservative MPs have lashed out at new COVID measures that see 99% of England under tough restrictions.
The strike involves an estimated 2,500 people, the Verdi union said, and is set to last until Saturday, affecting six Amazon distribution facilities across the country.
The activist group Led by Donkeys lit up the lawns in front of Trump Turnberry in Ayrshire, Scotland.
Concerns have been raised over the risk of contamination in Denmark because the culled mink are buried near drinking water reserves.
The woman is said to be in a stable condition following the incident at Empire Coffee in Nelson, British Columbia.
PC Simon Read claimed it was an "honest mistake".
In an address to the Central Military Commission, which he chairs, Xi Jinping told his troops to focus on preparing for war.
Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen has met both Antony Blinken and Jake Sullivan in person, with the foreign policy veterans set to become Joe Biden's secretary of state and national security adviser.
The 84 charges include rape, attempted rape, sexual assault of a child under 13 and indecent assault on a male.
China's creation of a pro-independence watch list would only cause further "dislike" of Beijing on the democratic island, Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Chi-mai said Thursday.
Loujain al-Hathloul has been held without trial for more than 900 days and on Wednesday her case was transferred to the Specialized Criminal Court used to try terrorist offenses and silence dissidents.
It comes after 696 COVID deaths were recorded on Wednesday, the highest U.K. daily total since May 5.
"For our region to live in peace and security, it's imperative to achieve independence, freedom, justice, and dignity for all," the Palestine Liberation Organization's Negotiations Affairs Department told Newsweek in a statement.
"We do not agree with offering congratulations in advance," Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Wednesday.
Svetlana Tikhanovskaya told Newsweek she hopes the president-elect "will fulfill his promises" to target the strongman leader Alexander Lukashenko.
The controversy centres on British-made series, "A Suitable Boy," which follows the story of university student, Lata, in her search for a husband in North India in 1951.
"The doorstep claps are now long forgotten and the monumental efforts made by workers during this pandemic appear to have been disregarded."
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency head Andrew Wheeler was scheduled to visit Taiwan for three days in December in what would have been the fourth high-profile trip to the island since August.