Your World Today is NewsMobile’s daily edition, that brings to you a gist of all the top global developments. The top international developments today are:
- In a first, the USA’s tech Giant Google has decided to keep all its employees home until next July. It has made Google the first major US organization to extend this offer for nearly its 2,00,000 full time and contract employees, The Wall Street Journal reported.
- After a long wait of 18 years, five Rafale fighter aircraft today took off for India from an airbase in France to join the Indian Air Force fleet in Ambala. The IndianAmbassador to France flagged off the set of one of the best fighter aircraft in the world from Merignac in France. The fighter jets are expected to land in Ambala on Wednesday, July 29.
- The Israeli media on Monday reported an exchange of fire on Israel’s northern border with Lebanon. The Isreali military said that there was a “security incident” on Israel’s border with Lebanon and its forces were engaged in “ongoing combat”. According to Israel’s N12 TV News an exchange of fire was observed and a series of explosions were heard in the area. As per Reuters news agency, Lebanese group Hezbollah attacked the Israeli army in the disputed Shebaa Farms area.
- On Monday, In retaliation to the United States move of shutting the Chinese Consulate in Houston, the Chinese government has officially closed the United States consulate in the Chinese city of Chengdu. With the lowering of the American flag over the building, the diplomatic relations amongst the two nations seems to be worsening over the time.
- The global economy observed fresh developments as the Gold prices broke all records and soared to record highest prices.It has hit $1,944 per ounce earlier on Monday, beating its previous record of $1,921 set in 2011. Gold has now gained about 27% surge this year.
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