US agents pulled a high-tech Russian government source who’d verified Vladimir Putin’s lead part in interfering from the 2016 US presidential election, US media reported late Monday. The origin, who had been supplying information for many years, had sent images of records on the leader’s desk and had access to Putin, CNN reported. The system said the spy has been pulled due to concerns that President Donald Trump and his cabinet could expose the advantage due to mishandling of intelligence.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday he would not request an extension to Brexit, hours after a legislation came into force demanding that he delay Britain’s departure from the European Union before 2020 unless he could hit a divorce deal.
Asian stocks dropped reduced on Tuesday, weighed against Chinese markets following data revealed factory costs while reports of German stimulation plans pushed down bond prices, shrinking at their fastest rate in three years.
Former U.S. basketball star Dennis Rodman, among a handful of Westerners to have met North Korean head of state Kim Jong Un, along with a buddy of U.S. President Donald Trump, said on Monday he thought the two leaders might work out a deal.