“Equipment” in the news
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· Iran walks out of Chabahar rail project pact with India →
Even as its relations with Iran are strained, the US relented and accorded certain sanctions waiver for the Chabahar port and the rail line to Zahedan, but it is believed that key equipment suppliers have still feared their partnerships with Iran won’t find favour with Washington.
· Celeste Barber and RFS clash over bill to allow sharing of bushfire donations →
It could, however, be put towards RFS firefighters injured or killed, improved equipment and facilities for brigades and to cover the organisation's training, resources and administrative expenses.
· What happens if you catch the new coronavirus? →
On March 4, he warned that a global shortage and price gouging for protective equipment was compromising countries' abilities to respond to the epidemic, and called on companies and governments to increase production by 40 percent.
· Revealed: the inside story of Europe's divided coronavirus response →
It was a lack of equipment.”
· China vows revenge on UK for ‘disappointing and wrong’ Huawei ban →
All equipment from the Chinese telecoms firm must be removed by 2027.
The China Post
· Orchid Island reports power outages due to influx of tourists →
Vice President Lai added that Taiwan Power would also try to improve the power plant equipment so that the island’s electricity supply could be stable.
· How Huawei Landed at the Center of Global Tech Tussle: QuickTake →
It’s also become a major target for the U.S., which has been trying to convince its allies to ban Huawei equipment from their national networks on spying concerns.
The New York Times
· U.K.-Huawei, Europe Economy, China: Your Wednesday Briefing →
In a major reversal, Britain announced on Tuesday that it would ban equipment from the Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei from the country’s high-speed wireless network.
· Kansas man who raped, killed Missouri teen to be executed →
The agency will also make personal protective equipment, including masks, gloves, gowns and face shields, available for witnesses, but there are no plans to test anyone attending the executions for COVID-19, officials said.
The New York Times
· Trump’s Falsehoods on Police Shootings, Biden, Coronavirus and China →
(The military has received some new equipment, but continues to use aging supplies.)