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Qatar the richest country in the world, Largest drone tested by China

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1. Qatar tops the list in Top 5 richest countries

A wealth of a country also defines the development status in a country. One of the key factors to measure the economic health of a country is the GDP factor. In the last few years, a lot of countries have made improvements. Many countries have even doubled their economic wealth. And a few of the countries have seen a rapid drop in the economy.

Here is the list of the richest countries in the world:

  1. Qatar
    2. Luxembourg
    3. Singapore
    4. Brunei Darussalam
    5. Ireland

2. Trump Amid Khashoggi’s Disappearance: Need

Saudi For Fight Against Terror

Donald Trump said, “You know we need Saudi Arabia in terms of our fight against all of the terrorism, everything that’s happening in Iran and other places,”
President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that. He did not want to walk away from Saudi Arabia over the disappearance and alleged killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Arguing the US relies on the kingdom in the fight against terrorism.

Trump said: “Well, I hope we’re going to be on the better side of the equation. In an interview.

3. Tesla’s Vice President Of Manufacturing Resigns

Tesla Inc’s vice president-manufacturing, Gilbert Passin, has left the company. A Business Insider reported on Wednesday. Talking about a source familiar with the situation.

After gaining 2 percent earlier in the day Tesla shares were down 1.2 percent. Besides that, the company did not answer immediately to a request for comment. Therefore, a number of senior officials have left the company during the last months.

Tesla said in a filing, after just one month in the job Chief Accounting Officer Dave Morton resigned in September. It is said it was because of discomfort with the attention on the company and pace of work during that time.

4. Successfully Tests World’s Largest Unmanned

Transport Drone by China

BEIJING:

Official media reported on Wednesday. That China has successfully tested the world’s largest unmanned transport drone. It will be able to carry a payload of 1.5 tonnes.

Developed and modified by the China Academy of Aerospace Electronics Technology. A large commercial drone Feihong-98 (FH-98) made a successful test flight. China Daily reported It was at Baotou test site in North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region on Tuesday, state-run.

5. On Suspect Package Near UK Parliament

Controlled Explosion Carried Out

LONDON:

On Wednesday Police used a bomb disposal robot. Afterward, they carried out a controlled explosion on a package found in central London near the British parliament.
Although was later found the package was not suspicious. a police spokesman said, “emergency services were called to gardens next to the River Thames during the afternoon,”.

“We’ve just been told it’s all been stood down — non-suspicious,” he said.
At the scene, An photographer saw a bomb disposal robot being deployed and a small explosion was heard.

Along with Victoria Embankment which leads to parliament. A building where many MPs have their offices was also cordoned off.

6. Reports Of Assassination Plot For President Sirisena Rejected by Sri

Lanka

COLOMBO:

The media reports that President Maithripala Sirisena accused India’s Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) of plotting his assassination and he opposed awarding a key port project to India. Sri Lankan government on Wednesday rejected as “baseless and false”.
The media reports came in advance of Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe’s visit to New Delhi.

This meet was for talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi to speed up India-backed projects. The project includes the East Terminal project, in the island nation.

7. After Smoke Appears In Cabin Plane Carrying

Melania Trump Lands Safely

WASHINGTON:

Journalists on the flight said, “A plane carrying US First Lady Melania Trump was forced to turn back Wednesday after smoke appeared in the cabin.”
Hence, there was “a minor mechanical issue,” according to her spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham. Also, she was on her way from Washington to Philadelphia when
Grisham said in an official statement “Everything is fine and everyone is safe,”
By the White House outside Washington, DC, the airplane returned to Joint Base Andrews, that is, an air force facility.

8. Reports say Pakistan May Buy China’s Supersonic

Missile “Better Than” BrahMos

BEIJING:

Pakistan could be one of the buyers of the test conducted on Monday. At a discreet location in North China verified the launch, power and flight control systems. State-run Global Times reported while indicating that Beijing’s all-weather ally.

According to the Chinese state media. A Chinese mining company has claimed to have successfully test-fired a supersonic missile. Also, this is said to be as a potential competitor to the Indo-Russian joint venture BrahMos missile.

9. Mother Of British Cyclist Killed In Alps Wrote On

Facebook “Rot In Hell”:

LONDON:

British media reported on Wednesday. That the mother of a British cyclist killed by a hunter in the Alps has celebrated his death. Saying she believed he was responsible for raping a young girl.

As reported by The Sun newspaper. The claims made by Katrina Toghill and the alleged victim. These were denied by the girlfriend and father of the late cyclist Marc Sutton in comments to the media.

Also, the alleged crime was never reported to the police, said The Sun. Also, the report stated that Sutton had been on a six-month prison sentence in the past for hitting another woman in Britain.

10. Woman Compiling #MeToo Data In US Has 900

Names: “Tip Of The Iceberg”

Davia Temin’s team is still adding names to her office as “the” index. Also, it has been a year since the movement started.

It now totals more than 900, mainly men across the country (only 29 are women) accused of sexual harassment or assault or worse. But in Temin’s view, The number’s still not very large.

She said from the Manhattan headquarters of the crisis-management and consulting company she founded 21 years ago “I’m sure this is the tip of the iceberg”.

“Believe me, you’re not hearing the worst stories. Because the worst cases — those people are still out there licking their wounds.”