Toronto/IBNS: An announcement was made recently by Pride Toronto regarding transforming its new office inside the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) into a new multi-functional rental studio and the skillshare program directed to supporting Toronto’s vibrant LGBT2Q+ communities, Pride Toronto November newsletter reported.
New York: As authorities in Iraq continue to operate “in the eye of multiple storms”, international support remains essential for resolving ongoing political, security, economic and social crises, as well as the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Security Council heard on Tuesday.
Toronto/Sputnik: The administration of projected US President-elect Joe Biden may be more inclined to drop charges against Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou, Canadian Member of Parliament Paul Manly said during a virtual panel assembled to advocate for the executive’s release.
Washington/Sputnik: Chinese software company ZTE's request to free itself from a US national security threat designation has been denied, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) said in a statement.
A Chinese government adviser has warned that Beijing should drop the illusion that China-US relationship will improve during the tenure of Joe Biden as US President.
Washington: US President Donald Trump has accepted that the transition process should formally start for President-elect Joe Biden to take office.
Washington/Sputnik: Washington, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser has issued guidance to re-impose strict coronavirus measures, including new limits on mass gathering on Monday, as the number of infection cases in the region continue to grow significantly.
Moscow/Sputnik: At least two people were killed in a stabbing at a church in Californian city San Jose with the perpetrator still at large, according to area police.
Washington/UNI: US President Donald Trump defended his decision to pull his country out of the 2015 Paris Accords on environment by stating that the Accords would have been a severe blow to the US economy.
Washington/Sputnik: The US participation in the Treaty on Open Skies officially ends on Sunday, six months after Washington announced its intention to quit the agreement.
Washington/Sputnik: US District Judge Matthew Brann has rejected a Donald Trump campaign lawsuit seeking to invalidate mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania.
Washington/Sputnik: US President Donald Trump's oldest son Donald Trump Jr. has tested positive for the novel coronavirus earlier this week and is self-quarantining at his cabin, his spokesperson said in a statement.
Washington/Sputnik: Eight people have been injured in a shooting at a mall in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, and the gunman is still at large, the Wauwatosa Police Department said in a press release.
Ottawa: Canada's cyber security agency has warned that state-sponsored hackers from China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea are the biggest cyber threats to the people of the country.
Washington/UNI: In what could be viewed as a vindication of India and Afghanistan's stance that Pakistan uses terror proxies to achieve its strategic goals, former US President Barack Obama has said they kept the Pakistani establishment in the dark regarding the operation to kill Al Qaeda chief Osama Bin Laden, as it was known that certain sections of the Pakistani military had ties with terrorist groups.