“Embassy” in the news
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· Lighthizer: US to announce, but defer, retaliation over French digital tax →
Officials from the European Union delegation and French Embassy in Washington were not immediately available to comment.
· Rattanakosin area set for makeover →
Mr Kriangyos said the BMA is also working with high-calibre government and private organisations to turn Bangkok into a smart city, including the Digital Economy Promotion Agency (Depa), the Digital Government Development Agency, the Creative Economy Agency, PTT Plc, the National Innovation Agency, Future Tales Lab, Magnolias Quality Development Corporation, RMIT and the British embassy.
The New York Times
· Trump Administration Imposes Sanctions on Chinese Officials Over Human Rights Abuses →
Representatives from the Chinese Embassy did not immediately return a request for comment.
· Amazon will pay $135,000 to settle alleged US sanction violations →
One example involves the site failing to note when product was shipped to the Iranian embassy in a different country.
· Mum 'sacked from chippy' for giving sausage to homeless man →
Catherine Howard, 49, from Southport, was previously employed as a kitchen assistant at The Embassy takeaway on Nevill Street in Southport and alleges that she was dismissed from her job on Tuesday for giving away a sausage to a homeless man.
· U.S. Sanctions Chinese Officials, Including Politburo Member, For Xinjiang Abuses →
The Chinese Embassy did not answer NPR's calls and emails for comment about the sanctions.
· The Sissi regime is employing hostage-taking to interfere in U.S. justice →
Its embassy in Washington is meanwhile demanding that the State Department intervene in the lawsuit on Mr. Beblawi’s side, while warning that if it does not, the U.S.-Egyptian “strategic relationship” will be endangered.
· How safe is it to travel by plane, train or cruise liner? →
At the beginning of June, P&O Cruises confirmed that after discussions with governments and embassies, it had made “the difficult decision to extend our pause for all sailings up to and including 15 October 2020”.
The New York Times
· NASA Scientist Jailed in Turkey for Years Recounts His Ordeal →
Officials at the U.S. Embassy, who were tracking his progress, ensured he made the flight.
· Australia Ends Hong Kong Extradition Treaty Over National Security Law Concerns →
The Chinese Embassy in Canberra accused Australia of a “serious violation of international law and basic norms governing international relations.”