"The weakness in growth is driven by a sharp deterioration in manufacturing activity and global trade, with higher tariffs and prolonged trade policy uncertainty damaging investment and demand for capital goods," the IMF said in a statement.
The European Union seems likely to deny what the majority of people of the UK voted for on 23 June 2016 - to get out of the European Union, a political and economic block of 28 countries.
Amnesty International: “Anything short of a full reversal of the ban on women accessing all football stadiums is an insult to Sahar Khodayai’s memory and an affront to the rights of all the women of Iran who have been courageously campaigning for the ban to be lifted."
The US Commerce Department stated that the organisation's blacklisted are implicated in "China's campaign of repression, mass arbitrary detention, and high-technology surveillance against Uighurs, Kazakhs, and other members of Muslim minority groups."
Despite fierce opposition from tobacco companies Australia became the first country in the world to introduce plain tobacco packaging with large graphic health warnings.
The former First Lady of the US has opened up about one of the boldest times of her life.
Only nine of the Lamborginis exist worldwide and it was auctioned off for a record-breaking figure.
Greta Thunberg shared the Greta Thunberg Helpline for adults angry at a child. The video was posted by Australian comedian Mark Humphries, who works for the national broadcaster ABC
There seems to be no threat from Trump to Zelensky and no talk of a quid pro quo involving foreign aid in exchange for an investigation of Joe Biden, as Pelosi claimed 24 hours earlier.
The shortest reigning Prime Minister in UK history was George Canning who lasted 119 days from April to August 1827. Johnson is 69 days into his tenure and his odds of surviving have plummeted.