Wednesday, 29th July 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.
A lawyer appearing for Duchess of Sussex Meghan has accused a newspaper publisher in court of using court documents for sensational coverage. The wife of Queen Elizabeth’s grandson Prince Harry is suing publisher Associated Newspapers over articles printed in the Mail on Sunday last year.
In the wake of the government advising against all non-essential travel to Balearic and Canary islands of Spain because of the assessment of COVID-19 risks in that country, TUI UK announced it had cancelled holidays to the Spanish island destinations until Aug. 4.
The sports minister has said that the government is confident of putting in place measures to ensure that spectators safely return to stadiums.
US President Donald Trump complained about the high approval ratings of medical expert Anthony Fauci while jokingly saying, “nobody likes me”. This comes as he struggles to improve his ratings which have dipped following the manner in which he handled the pandemic crisis.
German authorities are all set to make coronavirus screening mandatory for travellers returning from high-risk countries from next week.
A US company that keeps track of hacking said hackers connected to the Chinese government infiltrated the Vatican’s networks, including that of the Roman Catholic Church’s Hong Kong-based representative.
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