Britain has decided to allow China’s Huawei to build next-generation telecommunications networks, despite intense pressure from Washington to completely isolate it from its market.
After lengthy negotiations, the puzzle of the new leadership of the European Union is almost tidy. However, despite efforts to balance geographically and politically since the European Parliament elections in May, there are some clear winners and losers in the distribution of key leadership positions.
Edward Snowden, a former employee of the US National Security Agency, complains that the Chinese version of his autobiography has been censored, according to the Guardian.
Bolivian President Evo Morales has resigned. This was announced by himself. He sent his resignation to parliament and cited his desire for peace and stability in the country as a motive.
A truck broke out in front of a bakery in the Syrian village of Suluk, located southeast of Tel Abyad on Sunday, according to the Turkish military and local officials, RT reported.