Monday, 10th August Daily Roundup
Here’s a quick summary of what has happened around the world over the last 24 hours, brought to you exclusively by British Herald.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned that the country would be weaker if the union that binds its four nations were broken.
The Border Force has brought migrants ashore in the port of Dover. They were picked up from an inflatable boat as they were crossing the Channel. This is the latest incident in a surge of crossings that has sparked political tensions with neighbouring France.
In the wake of a resurgence in coronavirus cases, residents of Texas are not too happy with President Donald Trump’s response, according to a poll. This has given hopes to Democrats who are waiting for a chance to win the state’s presidential battle for the first time in more than forty years.
Social Democrats in Germany proposed finance minister Olaf Scholz as their candidate to succeed Chancellor Angela Merkel in next year’s election.
In the wake of the MetToo movement gaining momentum in the country, Egyptian lawmakers are mulling a new legislation to protect the identity of women who step forward to report sexual abuse.
Yemen’s UNESCO-listed Old City of Sanaa has ravaged under heavy rains, as months of floods and storms assail a country already reeling from war, food shortages and disease.
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