Brits have Favorable Results of Repellent for Covid 19

SARSCoV-2 is a specific virus that can cause COVID-19, a disease. Doctors and scientists from around the world are diligently at task when it comes to prevention outside the scope of vaccines which is favorable to restoring the normal human conditions of every day life. The Minister of Defense Surgeon General in Great Britain has issued an intriguing report regarding a repellent. This is experimental work and has not been externally peer-reviewed.

New Calls for Democracy in Venezuela

As Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Sunday thanked ally Iran for helping the South American country overcome U.S. sanctions on its oil industry and floated the idea of purchasing missiles from the country.

Washington maintains strict sanctions against Iran’s oil industry to try to halt the country’s nuclear program. Earlier this year, Tehran sent several gasoline cargoes to Venezuela to help it overcome fuel shortages, as well as equipment to help state oil company PDVSA repair its dilapidated refineries.

Details Regarding the Arrest of Steve Bannon

  1. Bannon was arrested by inspectors from the U.S. Postal Service while cruising Long Island Sound near Westbrook in a $28 million mega yacht called Lady May.   LADY MAY is a 151' 8" Feadship/koninklijke De Vries Motor ...
  2. The Lady May is 152 feet long and for sale for $27.9 million. Boat International describes the Lady May as “one of the most outstanding yachts of her size ever built.” The are accomodations for 10 guests in five cabins. The yacht also includes a rotating seating area.

    The Wall Street Journal reported this week that Bannon and exiled Chinese businessman Guo Wengui “have been spending significant time together on Mr. Guo’s yacht.” The two men have been linked to GTV Media Group, a private company under federal investigation.

SecState Pompeo to UNSC to Invoke Iran Snapback Sanctions

President Trump confirmed on Wednesday that he had asked Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to notify the UN Security Council that the U.S. intends to initiate “snapback” sanctions on Iran. The formal request is expected on Thursday, Israeli officials told Axios.

The backdrop: This move could create a diplomatic and legal crisis unlike any seen before at the Security Council. It comes days after the U.S. failed to mobilize support at the council to extend an international arms embargo on Iran.