Mitvonline: May 2022 news highlights in the world￼
Get the latest information on the political landscape, entertainment updates, and health sector in the world with this Mitvonline news highlight for May! The latest news in the world that you need to know are the following:
1. Coronavirus cases in the U.S. rise to 25,000, with over 1,000 deaths; 2. Britain is beginning to see a return to normalcy, with some businesses opening up and many schools reopening; 3. Trump says the U.S. will continue to do business with China; 4. The U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments on the legality of President Trump’s immigration ban; 5. The U.S. Congress holds a hearing on the Trump administration’s plan to take down the Affordable Care Act; and 6. South Korea and the U.S. continue to talk about a possible summit.
A student of the University of California, Berkeley, also posted a video to Facebook in which she claimed that her account was hacked and that she was “doxxed,” or had her personal information exposed. The University of California, Berkeley, later released a statement saying that it was looking into the incident.
The video, which was posted to Facebook by an anonymous person with the name “Frida Escobedo,” has since been taken down. In the video, Escobedo claimed that her Twitter account was hacked, and that she was doxxed.
• A man has been arrested for allegedly threatening to kill President Donald Trump with a machete. The man was taken into custody in southern California after he allegedly threatened to kill the president on a phone call to a friend. The caller told police that he was going to carry out the threat because Trump was a “disgrace to America.”
• More than 400 million people worldwide were living in poverty last year, according to a new UN report. The World Bank said that 1.2 billion people were living in poverty in 2017, which is a 1.4 percent increase compared to 2016.
• India’s Ministry of Defense has issued a statement saying that India is working to prepare for the first manned flight of its indigenously developed supersonic jet, the Tejas. The Tejas is a single-engine fighter jet that can travel at speeds of up to 1,350 miles per hour.
• An Italian prosecutor has been suspended after he admitted that he planted evidence against a politician. The prosecutor in the case, Francesco Greco, said that he planted the evidence after being approached by a journalist.
• North Korea has threatened to attack the U.S.
* French police have raided the home of the man who allegedly stole a car belonging to President Emmanuel Macron, and a woman has been arrested in connection with the incident.
* A woman has been charged with attempted murder in connection with the attack on a police officer in a Paris suburb on May 12.
* France’s top administrative court has ordered the release of the ex-wife of the man accused of killing three people in Nice.
* The man who was shot dead by police after opening fire on officers in Nice has been identified as a 29-year-old from the French city of Marseille.
* The number of French soldiers killed in the country’s ongoing war against Islamic State militants has risen to four, including one killed in an attack in the central town of Commercy.
* A British tourist has been stabbed to death in Marseille by a man who had been involved in a quarrel with his girlfriend.