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:
- President Donald Trump and Attorney General William Barr said on Wednesday that they are sending federal agents who will surge into cities like Chicago and Albuquerque to help control rising crime and to enforce stricter law enforcement.
- Muslim prayers were held in the legendary landmark Hagia Sophia for the first time in 86 years, after the reconversion of the Istanbul’s UNESCO world heritage site into a mosque earlier this month.
- At least 132 people have died in about 445 incidents of landslides and floods, caused due to heavy rainfall over the past month, in Nepal.The condition in Nepal is worsening day by day.
- Texas Congressman Michael McCaul has alleged that China’s Consulate General, which the US has ordered to close, is the epicentre of Beijing’s espionage in terms of stealing the bio-medical research.”I can tell you its really the epicentre of China’s espionage in terms of stealing our bio-medical research. We had three scientists at M.D Anderson that were fired due to allegations of espionage,” McCaul said. He also added that the Chinese are actively trying to steal the vaccine for COVID-19.
- Oscar winning director Mel Gibson told that he had spent a week in the hospital battling coronavirus after a spring diagnosis in April. The American actor-director tested positive for COVID-19 in April and recovered after a private fight against the virus, the Daily Telegraph reported.