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In December, the Trump administration slapped CAATSA sanctions on Turkey after the NATO ally purchased a multibillion-dollar Russian missile system. Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan greets U.S. President Joe Biden during a plenary session at a NATO summit in Brussels, Belgium, June 14, 2021. Adem Altan | AFP | Getty ImagesIn 2017, Erdogan brokered a deal reportedly worth $2.5 billion with Russian President Vladimir Putin for the S-400 missile system. A Russian S-400 surface-to-air missile system. "The United States has been clear on our expectation that the S-400 system should not be operationalized," she added.
Persons: Tayyip Erdogan Francois Lenoir, Joe Biden, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Biden, Erdogan, Trump, Jake Sullivan, Sullivan, Tayyip Erdogan, Olivier Matthys, Kirkland & Ellis, Sanjay Mullick, Ellis, Abigail Cotterill, Mullick, Cotterill, Vladimir Putin, Adem Altan, Sergei Malgavko, Lockheed Martin, Morgan Ortagus Organizations: Reuters WASHINGTON, NATO, Russian, House, Turkish, Reuters, Kirkland &, Kirkland, firm's International Trade, National Security, Russia, Ellis, International Trade, Security, CNBC, Kremlin, AFP, Getty, Lockheed, Defense, State, Government, State Department, Anadolu Agency Locations: Russian, Turkey, Washington, Ankara, Syria, Libya, China, Russia, Brussels, Belgium, United States, Government of Turkey, Forth Worth , Texas, USA
The restrictions in India and the ban in Nigeria are troublesome for Twitter. "You may see more calls for banning Twitter in India, if it continues to defy the government," Pahwa told CNN Business. In an interview with news agency AFP , the ministry said it would reinstate Twitter if it "registers as a company in Nigeria." The social media companyblasted the move as " intimidation tactics " and said that it was "concerned" about the safety its employees in the country. "Most social media majors spend the largest share of their operational bandwidth on developed markets.
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WASHINGTON — Afghan government forces could lose the single most important military advantage they have over the Taliban — air power — when private contractors and U.S. troops leave the country in coming weeks. Afghan National Army (ANA) soldiers unload food items and petrol oil from an Afghan Air Force Black Hawk helicopter at the hydroelectric Kajaki Dam in Kajaki, northeast of Helmand Province, on March 25, 2021. Technicians repair an old Russian MI-17 helicopter of the Afghan Air Force on Feb. 17 2018. "In the absence of contract maintenance support, within some number of months, you will have an Afghan Air Force that has pretty significantly reduced capability, i.e. "What often has tipped the scales in some of the battles between Afghan security forces and the Taliban is close air support," Bowman said.
Persons: WASHINGTON, Biden, Wakil Kohsar, Bradley Bowman, Bowman, Black, Trump, Barack Obama, Lloyd Austin, John Kirby, David Berteau, Christine, Felice Röhrs, Jonathan Schroden, Schroden, Haroon Sabawoon, Joe Biden, We'll, Leon Panetta, Obama Organizations: Taliban, U.S, Defense, Afghan National Army, ANA, Afghan Air Force, Getty, Foundation for Defense, Democracies, Army, Black Hawk, U.S ., Pentagon, NBC News, Defense Department, Professional Services Council, U.S . Blackhawk, Technicians, Center for Naval Analyses, Anadolu Agency, Afghan National Defenses and Security Forces, CIA Locations: Afghan, Kajaki, Helmand Province, AFP, Afghanistan, Iraq, Washington, Kabul, Russian, U.S, United States
Officials say there's been progress, but it remains unclear when negotiations could conclude and oil prices have been seesawing as a result. Brent crude was lower by 0.13% at $71.22 on Friday in Asia, while U.S. crude futures were down 0.1% at $68.75. "We suspect accelerating demand and OPEC+'s disciplined supply response will support oil prices," Pickle wrote in a note, referring to OPEC and its allies. PVM Oil Associates expects Brent prices to reach $80 per barrel by the fourth quarter of 2021, Varga said. Supply may lag demandGoldman Sachs sees Brent crude prices rising at a faster pace, and predicts the international benchmark could hit $80 by the third quarter of this year.
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US defense officials said that Russian force was bigger than the one that massed in 2014, when Russian seized Crimea. During that fighting, Ukraine's military was at a low point, but Kyiv has rebuilt its forces to ensure a future conflict is costly for its adversary. By April 22, the Russian military had ordered a pullback, though it instructed its forces to leave behind heavy weaponry for future drills. By 2014, after more than two decades of peace, Ukraine's military had shrunk to just 140,000 troops — only 6,000 of whom were ready for combat. A number of programs are set to increase Ukraine's military capability in the future.
Persons: SERGEI SUPINSKY, Andrew Radin, Radin, Volodymyr Tarasov, TB2s, Ada, Mark, Sergei Malgavko, Ukroboronprom, " Radin, It's Organizations: Northern Fleet, Caspian, Pentagon, Ukraine, Getty, Kyiv, Volunteer, Armed Forces of, Anadolu Agency, RAND Corporation, NATO, Barcroft, Getty Images, Turkish, Russian, Ukrainian Army, Russia Naval, BK Locations: Ukraine, Russian, Crimea, Kyiv, Russia, Ukrainian, Debaltseve, Donetsk, AFP, Armed Forces of Ukraine, Rivne Region, Getty Images Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Libya, Syria, Turkey, Moscow, escalations
A goopy substance called sea snot has been clogging Turkish coasts in the Sea of Marmara for months. Climate change and fertilizer runoff may be fueling the algae boom that's behind the sea snot. The sea snot formations can get up to 100 feet (30 meters) deep, according to the Turkish news site Cumhuriyet. Lokman Akkaya/Anadolu Agency via Getty ImagesThis is the largest accumulation of sea snot yet, according to The Guardian. The fish could be suffocating because sea snot clogs their gills, or because it depletes the water's oxygen levels.
Persons: Prisma Bildagentur, Mustafa Sarı, Lokman, Barış, Sarı Organizations: Istanbul University, Getty, Guardian, Anadolu Agency, Onsekiz Mart University Locations: Marmara, Turkish, Solomon Islands, Istanbul, Turkey
Blinken arrives in Israel to shore up Gaza cease-fire
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JERUSALEM — U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken began a Middle East tour on Tuesday aimed at shoring up the cease-fire between Israel and Gaza's militant rulers, Hamas. The 11-day Gaza war killed more than 250 people, mostly Palestinians, and caused widespread destruction in the impoverished coastal territory. Amir Buchbut looks at his damaged house after it was hit with a rocket fired from Gaza to Sderot, Israel. Blinken will also visit neighboring Egypt and Jordan, which made peace with Israel decades ago and have acted as mediators in the conflict. Egypt succeeded in brokering the Gaza truce after the Biden administration pressed Israel to wind down its offensive.
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ArgentinaCumulative cases: More than 3.5 million as of May 23, according to Hopkins data. NepalCumulative cases: More than 513,000 as of May 23, according to Hopkins data. BahrainCumulative cases: More than 218,000 as of May 23, according to Hopkins data. TaiwanCumulative cases: More than 4,300 as of May 23, according to Hopkins data. Cumulative deaths: At least 23 as of May 23, Hopkins data showed.
Persons: Sunil Pradhan, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, it's, Alberto Fernandez, Dr, Samir Kumar Adhikari, Hopkins Organizations: Anadolu Agency, Getty, India, Johns Hopkins University, Dr, World Health Organization, Hopkins, Reuters, NBC, AstraZeneca, Serum Institute of, Pfizer, BioNTech, China National Pharmaceutical Group Locations: Kathmandu, Nepal, Argentina, Latin America, Asia, India, vaccinating, Africa, Data, Covid, Nepalese, Serum Institute of India, Bahrain, China, Israel, Taiwan
In the future, mRNA could help treat heart attacks, malaria, even deadly snake bites, six leading experts told Insider. Moderna is now working on mRNA vaccines for cancers and other infectious diseases, including HIV and the seasonal flu. Now, mRNA vaccines are made in large factories for worldwide distribution. Experimental cancer vaccines work in a similar way to mRNA-based vaccines for infectious diseases — by triggering an immune response. Blood samples from people in remission could be sequenced to create an mRNA vaccine, she said.
Persons: Pfizer's, Moderna's, Asha Patel, Robert Langer, Lynda Stuart, Melinda Gates, PIUS UTOMI EKPEI, Anthony Fauci, Joe Biden's, Foundation's Stuart, Albert Bourla, Rajesh Jantilal, Richard Bucala, He's, there's, Andrew Geall, Bucala, Geall, Abdulhamid, Jenna Denyes, Pfizer's Bourla, Juanita Lopez, Lopez, Brad Loncar, Loncar, London's Patel, Patel, Tal Zaks, it's, Malikai McPherson, Paul Hennessy, Gates Foundation's Stuart, Derrick Rossi, Rossi, You'd Organizations: & Lung Institute, Melinda Gates Foundation, Getty, New York Times, Pfizer, Yale University, Jenner Institute, Employees, BioNTech, Anadolu Agency, Gam Investments, JPMorgan, Institute of Cancer Research, Financial Times, pharma, AstraZeneca, Moderna Locations: Moderna, AFP, Durban, South Africa, Marburg, Germany, Melbourne , Florida, COVID, snakebite
Auerbach, who was promoted to global cohead of TMT in July, is among a team of four TMT bankers that joined UBS from Jefferies in 2015. Jose A. Bernat Bacete/Getty ImagesTony Kerrison, Bank of America's CTO, is expected to now report directly to Cathy Bessant, the bank's top tech executive. Kerrison, who leads the bank's tech infrastructure, has also expanded his duties, and the promotion underscores the bank's commitment to cloud technology. The firm hired five people last month from Silicon Valley Bank and Bank of America. Execs leading specialized industries for middle-market banking and VC coverage walked us through the bank's next steps and hiring plans.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Jason Auerbach, Ellis, Mala Gaonkar, Cathy Bessant, Carl Court, Leerink, Auerbach, Chris Montgomery, Tayfun, Nicolas Economou, Samantha Lee, Goldman Sachs, David Solomon, Read, Morgan Stanley Andrew Burton, Marianne Lake, Jennifer Piepszak, Jamie Dimon —, Lori Beer, Mary Callahan Erdoes, James Gorman, Michael Blann, Jose A, Bacete, Tony Kerrison, Kerrison, Stephen Mandel Jr, Adam Jeffery, NBCUniversal, Shayanne, Lone Pine, Kelly Granat, David Craver, She's, David Byrne, Malcolm Gladwell, Wager, Execs, Michael Miebach's, Wells, Merrill Organizations: Finance, JPMorgan, UBS, Kirkland, Bank of, Jefferies, SVB, Anadolu Agency, Getty Images, York City steakhouse, Getty, Industry, Bank, America's, Silicon Valley Bank and Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, Mastercard, Facebook, & $ Locations: TMT, York, Piepszak, Lone, Silicon
World leaders have welcomed the cease-fire between Israel and Hamas, but a former Israeli justice minister has expressed skepticism over whether the truce will hold up over time. Yossi Beilin told CNBC's "Capital Connection" on Friday that every few years, the two sides end up exchanging fire. Yossi Beilin Former Israeli justice ministerIsrael's security cabinet on Thursday approved a tentative cease-fire brokered by Egypt following this month's violence, which has been the worst escalation since 2014. But Beilin appeared unconvinced that the cease-fire could be different from others that have come before. Beilin held multiple roles in the government over the years, and served as minister of justice from July 1999 to March 2001, under former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak.
Persons: Yossi Beilin, CNBC's, Joe Biden, Beilin, Ehud Barak, Israel, Karine Jean, Pierre, Washington, Biden, Ali Jadallah Organizations: White, Palestinian Authority, Anadolu Agency, Getty Locations: Israel, Gaza, Egypt, U.S
In the future, mRNA could help treat heart attacks, malaria, even deadly snake bites, six leading experts told Insider. Moderna is now working on mRNA vaccines for cancers and other infectious diseases, including HIV and the seasonal flu. Now, mRNA vaccines are made in large factories for worldwide distribution. Experimental cancer vaccines work in a similar way to mRNA-based vaccines for infectious diseases — by triggering an immune response. Blood samples from people in remission could be sequenced to create an mRNA vaccine, she said.
Persons: Pfizer's, Moderna's, Asha Patel, Robert Langer, Lynda Stuart, Melinda Gates, PIUS UTOMI EKPEI, Anthony Fauci, Joe Biden's, Foundation's Stuart, Albert Bourla, Rajesh Jantilal, Richard Bucala, He's, there's, Andrew Geall, Bucala, Geall, Abdulhamid, Jenna Denyes, Pfizer's Bourla, Juanita Lopez, Lopez, Brad Loncar, Loncar, London's Patel, Patel, Tal Zaks, it's, Malikai McPherson, Paul Hennessy, Gates Foundation's Stuart, Derrick Rossi, Rossi, You'd Organizations: & Lung Institute, Melinda Gates Foundation, Getty, New York Times, Pfizer, Yale University, Jenner Institute, Employees, BioNTech, Anadolu Agency, Gam Investments, JPMorgan, Institute of Cancer Research, Financial Times, pharma, AstraZeneca, Moderna Locations: Moderna, AFP, Durban, South Africa, Marburg, Germany, Melbourne , Florida, COVID, snakebite
The Israel Defense Forces and the Palestinian militant group Hamas have clashed in Gaza and Israel for almost two weeks, with the death toll on both sides rising. Photo by MOHAMMED ABED/AFP via Getty ImagesFor good reason, most Israeli special-operations in Gaza, the West Bank, or East Jerusalem go unreported. That was enough for Hamas' military leadership to send its thousands of fighters into the very extensive and well-developed underground tunnel complex the terrorist organization has been building. Members of Hamas' military wing in a tunnel in the Shujaya neighborhood of Gaza City, August 17, 2014. Details about safe houses, headquarters, and underground tunnel entrances, exits, and vents would be categorized for future use.
Persons: Abraham, it's, MOHAMMED ABED, Jerusalem, Mohamad Torokman, Mustafa Hassona, , Ali Jadallah, Aussies, Ilia Yefimovich, John Stryker Meyer, Eldon Bargewell, Meyer Organizations: Israel Defense Forces, Palestinian, Hamas, Abraham Accords, Israel's, Getty, West Bank, Commandos, REUTERS, IDF, Anadolu Agency, Staff, Army's Delta Force, Kiwis, Delta Force, North Vietnamese Army, NVA, Special Forces, Assistance Command Vietnam, MACV, SOG, VC, SOG's Command, Control Locations: Israel, Gaza, Gaza City, East Jerusalem, Israeli, Shujaya, Stalingrad, Fallujah, Arab, Lebanon, Syria, Vietnam, North Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, South Vietnam, Marble, Da Nang
The Israeli military says it has destroyed over 60 miles of Hamas tunnels in Gaza. The Israeli military says that in recent days it has destroyed over 60 miles of a vast tunnel network that is nicknamed the "Metro" and used by Palestinian militants. Members of the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, deploy at a tunnel in the Shujaya neighborhood of Gaza City, August 17, 2014. IDF spokesperson Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus told The Washington Post on Tuesday that the tunnels are the "backbone" of Hamas operations. Israeli operations to destroy the tunnels began on Friday, May 14, as the world and Hamas braced for an anticipated Israeli ground offensive that never came, despite reports to the contrary.
Persons: Mustafa Hassona, Jonathan Conricus, , Benjamin Netanyahu, Joe Biden, Netanyahu Organizations: Palestinian, Hamas, Israel Defense Forces, Brigades, Anadolu Agency, IDF, Guardian, Washington Post, Qassam Brigade, Getty, The Times, UN, Israeli, Associated Press, Reuters Locations: Gaza, Israel, Shujaya, Gaza City, London, Israeli
It's likely that Americans will need to show government-issued vaccine certificates to visit most European countries. Lisa Lee, a public-health expert at Virginia Tech, said European countries will probably have patchwork of different rules for US travelers. Already, a few European countries — including Greece and Iceland — are allowing visitors from the US. Brian Snyder/ReutersThe CDC currently recommends avoiding all international travel to European countries, with the exception of Iceland and the UK. For now, the US also requires fully vaccinated Americans to test negative before reentering the country.
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Republican legislators in several states have introduced at least 80 anti-protest bills restricting everything from “unreasonable noise” to wearing a mask during demonstrations in what some are calling a backlash to last year’s summer of protests. The American Civil Liberties Union of Oklahoma has condemned the bill, and Joshua Harris-Till, president of Young Democrats of America, called it “the worst anti-protest bill in the nation,” adding that it would affect marginalized communities the most. Delmont said the onslaught of anti-protest bills are likely part of a larger effort to “restrict who can participate in democracy” that includes recent laws to restrict voting rights. In 2017, Republicans in more than a dozen states proposed laws to impose strict penalties on protesters and control demonstrations. Since 2016, at least 13 states have enacted laws to increase penalties for interfering with infrastructure sites like pipelines and oil refineries.
Persons: George Floyd, Elly Page, , Matthew Delmont, , Joshua Harris, Till, Noah Riffe, Ron DeSantis, DeSantis, Derek Chauvin, Melba Pearson, ” Pearson, Delmont, , ” Delmont Organizations: Media, International Center, Profit, New York Times, Dartmouth College, Republican, American Civil Liberties Union of, Young Democrats of America, Indiana Republicans, Anadolu Agency, Getty, Miami, Civil, Facebook, Twitter Locations: Oklahoma, American Civil Liberties Union of Oklahoma, Minnesota, New York, Washington , Wisconsin, Seattle, Florida, Dade
The European Union is home to the world's largest carbon trading program. Its survey of 303 respondents — mostly traders or regulated emitters in the global carbon market — also found that the majority believe EU carbon prices will continue to rise in the coming months. Analysts at Refinitiv said they see EU carbon prices trading at 89 euros by 2030, although some forecasters predict a level "far beyond that." Of the sectors set to benefit from this trend, Steele said that utilities could a big winner of rising carbon prices. The policy is an attempt to level the playing field on carbon emissions by applying domestic carbon pricing to imports.
Persons: Refinitiv, Lawson Steele, CNBC's, It's, Steele, Omar Marques, Berenberg's Steele doesn't, Frans Timmermans, John Kerry, Dursun Organizations: INA, AFP, Getty, European, Analysts, ETS, Refinitiv, European Environment Agency, EU, European Commission, Commission, Anadolu Agency Locations: Weisweiler, Germany, Europe, Czechowice Dziedzice, Poland, EU, Brussels, Belgium
Yasin Ozturk/Anadolu Agency via Getty ImagesElon Musk's concern about bitcoin's energy consumption is "misguided," Ark Invest said in a Monday note. Musk raised concerns about bitcoin's energy consumption being derived from sources like coal over the weekend. Elon Musk's concern that bitcoin primarily relies on fossil fuels for its energy needs is "misguided," Ark Invest analyst Yassine Elmandjra said in a Monday note. The analysis echoes a whitepaper published by ARK Invest and Square last month, that suggested renewable energy adoption would increase because of bitcoin mining. That analysis prompted Musk to reply "True," which is why his recent about-face on bitcoin's energy consumption concerns caught many by surprise.
Persons: Yasin Ozturk, Musk, Bitcoin, Tesla, Elon, Yassine Elmandjra, bitcoin, Elmandjra, Read, Scott Melker Organizations: Anadolu Agency, Getty Images Elon, Invest, Bell, ARK Invest
At the same time, Saudi Arabia has reengaged with estranged foes like Iran, Turkey, and Qatar. Experts say it shows Saudi Arabia feels it can't rely on the US anymore. In April, the Financial Times reported that Saudi Arabia and Iran, which cut diplomatic ties in 2016, were conducting secret talks. Over the past two decades, the US has sold swathes of arms to Saudi Arabia and Washington has regularly pledged to defend Saudi Arabia if it is threatened. With US support, Saudi Arabia has been emboldened to cut ties with or strike out at its neighbors, as it did with Turkey and Qatar.
Persons: Biden, Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Prince Mohammed, Ali Khamenei, Adolf Hitler, Mohammed bin Salman, Nicolas Asfouri, Joe Biden, Donald Trump yanked, East David Schenker, Yasmine Farouk, Farouk, Hussein Ibish, State Anthony Blinken, Roula, Ibish Organizations: Financial Times, Saudi, TV, Iranian, Getty, East, Eastern Affairs, State Department, Carnegie Endowment, International Peace's, Program, Anadolu Agency, Gulf States Institute, State, Financial Locations: Iran, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Qatar, Syria, Iraq, Oman, Hangzhou, China, Saudi, Yemen, Afghanistan, Riyadh, Washington, Tehran, Washington ,
Israel and Hamas exchanged fire overnight amid new clashes between Palestinians and Israeli police. The Democrat Andrew Yang weighed in on the issue, tweeting his support for Israel Monday night. Yang's comments got the support of Republicans like Sen. Ted Cruz, Meghan McCain, and Stephen Miller. Andrew Yang tweeted in support of Israel amid the country's latest unrest with Palestinians on Monday, provoking anger from fellow liberals and support from top Republicans. "The people of NYC will always stand with our brothers and sisters in Israel who face down terrorism and persevere," Yang tweeted.
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In recent weeks, Russian President Vladimir Putin has sent aggressive messages to foes abroad. While Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the military to unwind that deployment a few weeks later, it drew international rebuke and led to weeks of uncertainty and heightened tensions worldwide. But putting the secretary of state on the ground also sends a clear message to Putin and the Kremlin. And while the opposition's campaign has always enjoyed support from younger, progressive Russians, scattered reports show expanding support for Navalny. And like the good soldier that he is, Putin tends to go on the offensive when he's backed into a corner.
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"The loss of these regulatory credit revenues for Tesla is devastating and brings into question the future profitability of Tesla," Navellier's chief investment officer Louis Navellier said. Tesla's profitability in recent years has been driven by its sale of regulatory credits to automakers that hadn't hit their government imposed electric vehicle sales quotas. Now, one automaker is signalling that its reliance on Tesla's tax credits will come to an end later this year. Navellier chief investment officer Louis Navellier said in a note on Wednesday that the loss of EV regulatory credit sales for Tesla "is devastating and brings into question the future profitability of Tesla." As other automakers begin to ramp up the production of electric vehicles, Tesla's reliance on EV tax credit sales to boost profitability will likely dwindle.
Persons: Yasin Ozturk, Tesla, Louis Navellier, Stellantis, Navellier, Carlos Tavares, Tavares Organizations: Anadolu Agency, Getty, Tesla, Fiat Chrysler Automotive, France's PSA Locations: Le
Only 30 million people have had the complete two doses of a Covid vaccine in India so far, government data shows. "India needs anywhere between 200 to 250 million doses a month to function Covid-19 vaccination drives to full capacity and it has around 70-80 million doses a month. Vaccine warsThe shortcomings in vaccine supplies has inevitably led to a deflection of blame with vaccine manufacturers in the firing line. He said that the country's shortage of vaccine doses would continue through July, when production is expected to increase from about 60 to 70 million doses a month, to 100 million. Poonawalla said that the SII had received total orders of over 260 million doses, without specifying the buyers.
Persons: Radha Soami, Max, , Narendra Modi, Chandrakant, Lahariya, Adar Poonawalla, I've, Poonawalla, Modi's Organizations: Covid, Radha, BLK, Hindustan Times, Bharatiya Janata Party, AstraZeneca, Bharat Biotech, Getty, CNBC, Serum Institute of India, University of Oxford, Financial, Serum, Anadolu Agency, Institute of Political Science, University of St Locations: New Delhi, India, Hyderabad, Covid, West Bengal, Assam, Dr, Manali Kumar, Gallen, Switzerland
HandoutForeign ministers from the Group of Seven (G-7) developed nations are to meet in London on Tuesday to discuss the most pressing geopolitical challenges facing the world, including Russia and China. The U.K. is hosting G-7 foreign and development ministers in the first face-to-face meetings since the coronavirus pandemic began, and the first gathering of the group's foreign ministers since 2019. Following talks through the day Tuesday, the foreign ministers will then hold a dinner discussion with guest countries Australia, India, South Korea, South Africa, and Brunei as the current ASEAN Chair. Tuesday's discussions will also cover tensions and escalating conflicts in other parts of the world, including the coup in Myanmar. U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken (L) and British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab (R) walk along Downing Street in London, United Kingdom on May 03, 2021.
Persons: Russia Vladimir Putin, Alexei Navalny, Dominic Raab, Antony Blinken, Blinken, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Biden, Trump, Raab Organizations: Victory Day, Handout, British, U.S, EU, ASEAN, Downing, Anadolu Agency, Getty Locations: Russia, Moscow, London, China, Iran, Myanmar, Ethiopia, Syria, Ukraine, Belarus, Cornwall, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Australia, India, South Korea, South Africa, Brunei, Crimea, West, Islamic Republic, United Kingdom
We're in a critical race between vaccines and variants of the virus, and despite all the progress we've made in recent months, the outcome is far from certain. "It's not looking good, just to be totally honest," the leading virologist Dr. James Hildreth, who serves on the Food and Drug Administration advisory committee that authorizes COVID-19 vaccines, told me. There are 3 ways the variants could winThe US has vaccinated nearly a third of the population — but that limited immunity may actually create the ideal breeding ground for COVID variants. Full vaccine escape viruses — we're not necessarily that far away from them. Even if dreaded escape mutants don't completely upend our progress, the global outlook for the next couple of years remains bleak.
Persons: virologists, Dr, James Hildreth, Michael Osterholm, Sarah Silbiger, Anthony Fauci, it's, who've, we've, Hildreth, there's, Ravindra Gupta, Ashish Jha, Abdulhamid, It's, Jha, Stanley Perlman, who's, Siddiqui Organizations: CDC, Food and Drug Administration, Infectious Disease, University of Minnesota, US, University of Cambridge, Brown University School of Public Health, Anadolu Agency, Getty, Pfizer, Moderna, GSK Locations: Europe, Paris, New York, Wuhan, China, warding, South Africa, Brazil, Alabama , Mississippi, Louisiana, Israel, America, India, New Delhi, Kumbh, Japan, COVID
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