Australia?s prime minister said Monday that his government is ?very sad and concerned? by China’s sentencing of an Australian man to death for drug trafficking, and that he had repeatedly raised with China the case of the 56-year-old former actor and motivational speaker.
Energy company BP is writing off as much as $17.5 billion from its oil and gas assets and will review its plans to develop oil wells as the COVID-19 pandemic accelerates its goal of decreasing its reliance on fossil fuels.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced he will establish a commission to look at racial equality in the U.K., after two weeks of protests spurred by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
The hand sanitizing stations are ready, the social distance markings in place. After a three-month shutdown under coronavirus restrictions, London?s Oxford Street is ready to spring back to life ? but things will not quite look or feel ?normal? for the British capital?s most famous shopping street.
South Korea?s president called on North Korea to stop raising animosities and return to talks, saying Monday the rivals must not reverse the peace deals that he and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reached during 2018 summits.
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