The Democratic presidential nominee says it is wrong to replace Justice Ginsburg before the election.
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President Rouhani says the US is alone in trying to reimpose UN sanctions as nations reject the move.
The ban on the Chinese-owned messaging and payments apps was to come in on Sunday night.
Residents in poorer areas call the measures discrimination as Spain tries to curb a rise in Covid-19.
The bank failed to act on warnings about a local firm which was helping Iran, leaked documents show.
The account was used to avoid US financial restrictions, a leak of bank documents suggest.
The transfers took place after officials were told of the $80m fraud, the secret files reveal.
The 27 wooden coffins are said to have lain undisturbed inside a well at an ancient necropolis.
An overnight blaze leaves a distinctive building at one of Africa's oldest universities a shell.
Diego Méntrida realised the athlete ahead had made a mistake and slowed as he approached the finish.
The rare "medicane" storm flooded buildings, toppled trees and triggered landslides in central areas.
Sound science "will be the sole basis" for safe and effective therapies to be adopted, the WHO says.
Robert W. Gore's invention has been used in space suits, guitar strings and waterproof jackets.
Hopes are rising after the badly-hit state of Victoria reports just 14 new infections in 24 hours.
Protesters cement a "People's Plaque" in a park and march in Bangkok calling for political reforms.
The president says the bid by Oracle and Walmart would protect the data of TikTok users in the US.
The FBI and the Secret Service investigate the letter, intercepted before it reached the White House.
The US president says he will announce his nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg next week.
Janusz Walus killed anti-apartheid leader Chris Hani in 1993, sparking fears of a racial civil war.
The mystery surrounding a 19th Century portrait and its role in one of the first immunisation campaigns.
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