Wednesday, 13th October 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.
The coronavirus testing plans would result in more people flying in the coming months, said transport minister Grant Shapps, sounding optimistic at a time when travel firms in the country are struggling to stay afloat.
Results of an Ipsos Mori poll revealed that support for Scotland’s independence has gone up to a record 58% compared to just 42% who wish to remain within the UK in case another referendum is held.
One gym owner in the northwest of England thinks that Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s latest round of curbs to fight the pandemic is a step too far. In order to salvage his business, he has defied the order to close down, along with dozens of others in the area.
US President Donald Trump is all set to conduct a campaign rally in Iowa with less than three weeks left for the presidential vote. He is trying to make up for the time lost on the campaign trail during his recent tryst with the novel coronavirus.
A court in the Vatican heard graphic descriptions of sexual abuse as two priests underwent trial. One of them has been accused of raping an altar boy repeatedly in a minor seminary and the other has been charged with covering up the crime.
Lebanon and Israel held unprecedented talks on their disputed maritime frontier. It went on for an hour before breaking up and agreeing to meet again in two weeks.
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