Package containing ricin poison sent to Trump By Sun Online Desk | Last Updated: 20th September, 2020, 09:33

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Secret Service are investigating where the package came from and whether others have been sent through the US postal system

Ricin: Letter containing poison addressed to Trump at White House

Coronavirus: Americans flock to beaches on Memorial Day weekend

COVID-19: Americans flock to beaches on Memorial Day weekend

In Florida, state police dispersed an unauthorised gathering of hundreds of people in Daytona Beach on Saturday


EU needs 'more robust' China strategy: diplo chief EU needs 'more robust' China strategy: diplo chief

China's growing assertiveness under President Xi Jinping has posed problems for Brussels


Afghan govt frees Taliban prisoners as truce holds for second day Afghan govt frees Taliban prisoners as truce holds for second day

The normally restive southern province of Uruzgan was also calm, police say


Meghan Markle was 'convinced there was conspiracy against her' and 'wanted out' Meghan Markle was 'convinced there was conspiracy against her' and 'wanted out'

Meghan Markle was "convinced there was a conspiracy against her" after her Royal Wedding


China strongly condemns US blacklisting dozens of its firms China condemns US blacklisting firms

China’s foreign ministry on Monday expresses “strong dissatisfaction” and “firm opposition” to the move as it defends the government’s crackdown in Xinjiang, saying that “counter-terrorism measures” are taken


First transgender mayor elected in France First transgender mayor elected in France

The council in Tilloy-lez-Marchiennes in northeastern France chose Marie Cau as its new mayor 


Coronavirus: Austrian president 'sorry' for breaking lockdown rules Austrian president 'sorry' for breaking lockdown rules

He remained at the restaurant in the capital, Vienna, until after midnight


Hong Kong police embrace China's security law plan Hong Kong police embrace China's security law plan

Beijing plans to write a new security law for Hong Kong that bans treason, subversion and sedition after months of massive, often-violent pro-democracy protests last year


New Zealand PM interrupted by earthquake in TV interview New Zealand PM interrupted by earthquake in TV interview

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was discussing the country's ongoing lifting of coronavirus restrictions when a magnitude 5.8 earthquake struck


Family of exiled top Saudi officer Saad al-Jabri 'targeted' Family of exiled top Saudi officer Saad al-Jabri 'targeted'

Saudi crown prince ordered his country's forces to intervene in Yemen's civil war


Confusion grows in India as domestic flights resume Confusion grows in India as domestic flights resume

Airlines scrapped dozens of flights on Monday while hundreds of passengers cancelled their bookings


Modi greets people on Eid-ul-Fitr
Modi greets people on Eid-ul-Fitr

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday extended greetings on Eid-ul-Fitr, hoping that the special occasion furthers the spirit of compassion and harmony


Nine killed in eastern DR Congo attack Nine killed in eastern DR Congo attack

The attackers fled after a gunfight with army troops, according to Anthony Mualushayi, a regional army spokesman


Trump spreads sexist insults about prominent female Democrats Trump retweets Hillary Clinton sexist taunts

Pelosi last week referred to Trump as "morbidly obese" after he admitted to taking hydroxychloroquine, to ward off the coronavirus, which has been shown to cause heart problems


Muslims celebrate Eid al-Fitr amid coronavirus Muslims celebrate Eid al-Fitr amid coronavirus

The "festival of the breaking of the fast" is one of Islam's two major holidays. It begins when the moon rises on the final day of Ramadan, a holy month of fasting


Zuckerberg is now the Third-richest person in the world Zuckerberg is now the Third-richest person in the world

The company beat Wall Street expectations in revenue and daily active users, generating $17.74 billion and attracting 1.73 billion users in the first three months of 2020


Israel's Netanyahu arrives at court for start of corruption trial Israel's Netanyahu arrives at court for start of corruption trial

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived at a Jerusalem courthouse on Sunday to begin a long-delayed corruption trial


Thai PM leads nat’l committee to promote 5G development Thai PM leads nat’l committee to promote 5G development

It is expected to enhance cooperation between related agencies for 5G development support


Trump golfs at his Virginia club amid the coronavirus pandemic Trump golfs at his Virginia club amid the coronavirus pandemic

By CNN's count, Saturday's outing marked Trump's 357th visit to one of his properties and his 265th trips to one of his golf clubs during his presidency


Saudis turn to technology for Eid gatherings Saudis turn to technology for Eid gatherings

As the Kingdom endures a nationwide lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), many Saudis are refusing to allow the pandemic to break their spirits during Eid


Hong Kong security law must be imposed 'without slightest delay': Chinese FM Hong Kong security law must be imposed 'without slightest delay'

The proposal is expected to ban treason, subversion and sedition, and comes after Hong Kong was shaken by months of massive and sometimes violent anti-government protests


US, China nearing 'brink of new Cold War': Chinese foreign minister US, China nearing 'brink of new Cold War': Chinese foreign minister

The United States is pushing relations with China to "the brink of a new Cold War"


Hong Kong police fire tear gas at protesters Hong Kong police fire tear gas at protesters

The protesters were marching between the busy districts of Wan Chai and Causeway Bay when the tear gas was fired


Iranian fuel shipment reaches Venezuelan waters Iranian fuel shipment reaches Venezuelan waters

The fleet is carrying about 1.5 million barrels of gasoline according to media reports


N. Korea discusses new policies for increasing ‘nuclear war deterrence’: KCNA N. Korea discusses new policies for increasing ‘nuclear war deterrence’: KCNA

That marked Kim’s first reported public appearance in more than 20 days, after he reappeared following an earlier three-week absence which triggered intense speculation about his health


Afghan Taliban announce three-day Eid ceasefire Afghan Taliban announce three-day Eid ceasefire

Since the US invasion in 2001 there has only been one other pause in the fighting -- a surprise three-day ceasefire between the Taliban and Kabul marking the religious festival of Eid in 2018


San Francisco fire has destroyed a quarter of Pier 45 San Francisco fire has destroyed a quarter of Pier 45

More than 125 San Francisco firefighters are battling a four-alarm warehouse fire Saturday


Health ministry declares Gaza's first coronavirus death Health ministry declares Gaza's first coronavirus death

Authorities in Gaza on Saturday reported the Palestinian enclave's first novel coronavirus fatality


9 people committed suicide by jumping into well! 9 people committed suicide by jumping into well!

Six members of a family were among nine found dead inside a well in India's Telangana

 


Boris Johnson under pressure to sack aide over reported lockdown breach Boris Johnson under pressure to sack aide over reported lockdown breach

Boris Johnson is under pressure to sack his chief aide after it was reported he and his wife breached the UK’s lockdown 


US successfully tested a laser weapon that can destroy aircraft mid-flight US successfully tested a laser weapon

A US Navy warship has successfully tested a new high-energy laser weapon that can destroy aircraft mid-flight


Brazil has now second-highest number of Coronavirus cases in the world Brazil has now second-highest number of Coronavirus cases

The South American country has now registered 330,890 infections and 21,048 deaths from the new coronavirus


UK, Switzerland call for global action to protect vital money transfers UK, Switzerland call for global action to protect vital money transfers

Such remittances account for more than 5 percent of GDP in at least 60 developing countries


Saudi Arabia to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr on Sunday Saudi Arabia to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr on Sunday

The UAE, Iraq, Qatar and Jordan also came up with the same announcement


Two regional IS leaders killed in Syria: CentCom Two regional IS leaders killed in Syria: CentCom

Ahmad ‘Isa Ismail al-Zawi and Ahmad ‘Abd Muhammad Hasan al-Jughayfi are killed in the May 17 joint raid on an IS position in Deir Ezzor province


Pakistan plane crash claims 97 dead, 2 survivors: health ministry Pakistan plane crash claims 97 dead, 2 survivors

PIA says the plane lost contact with air traffic control just after 2:30 pm (0930 GMT) travelling from Lahore to Karachi


Ramadan: German church opens doors for Muslim prayers Berlin church opens doors for Muslims to pray

Germany allows religious services to resume on 4 May but worshippers must maintain a distance of 1.5m (5ft)


At least 38 dead in Pakistan plane crash, plane lost engines before crash At least 38 dead in Pakistan plane crash

A pilot on Pakistan International Airline flight 8303 told air traffic control in Karachi he lost engines before the plane crashed


Khashoggi's sons forgive Saudi killers Khashoggi's sons forgive Saudi killers

Salah Khashoggi, who lives in Saudi Arabia and has received financial compensation from the royal court over the killing, explained that forgiveness was extended to the killers

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