Tell-all book by Trump’s niece released after family bid to block it Jul 15, 2020 0 961 12345 DPANew YorkA tell-all book by US President Donald Trump’s niece was published in the United States on Tuesday, despite attempts by family members to stop its release.In the memoir, ‘Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man’, Mary Trump describes how a toxic family dynamic, led by the Trump patriarch Fred, created an emotionally void president who “now threatens the world’s health, economic security, and social fabric,” according to the publisher’s website.Mary Trump, a clinical psychologist, argues that Trump’s father was a “sociopath” who “destroyed” the president and rid him of the ability to “experience the entire spectrum of human emotion,” according to excerpts published in the Washington Post. RELATED ARTICLES US carries out first federal execution in 17 years Jul 15, 2020 0 1775 Scaled-down Bastille Day parade pays homage to French health workers Jul 15, 2020 0 603 Second virus wave in UK winter could see 120,000 deaths Jul 15, 2020 0 622 China to hit Lockheed Martin with sanctions over Taiwan deal AFP Beijing China said on Tuesday it would impose sanctions on US defence group Lockheed Martin, days after the United States approved a potential $620 million upgrade package for missiles to Taiwan -- fuelling tensions .. US stance on South China Sea undermines regional peace: Beijing DPA Beijing China on Tuesday criticised Washington for challenging Beijing’s claims in the South China Sea amid escalating tensions between the two countries. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said .. Japan defence review slams China’s virus ‘disinformation’ TOKYO: China has been spreading “disinformation” about the coronavirus and its naval activities are a matter of “grave” concern, Japan said in its annual defence review published on Tuesday. After a period of warming .. French president wants face masks mandatory indoors as virus picks up PARIS: French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday that face masks could soon be required in public indoor spaces to curtail the coronavirus outbreak, acknowledging that infections were again on the rise. His .. Baby infected with COVID-19 in the womb: French study PARIS: Doctors in France have described what they said was the first confirmed case of a newborn infected in the womb with COVID-19 by the mother. The baby boy, born in March, suffered brain swelling and neurological .. Germany, Sweden lift COVID-19 travel restrictions BERLIN: Germany has lifted its travel warning for Sweden as the number of coronavirus cases there has fallen since the beginning of July. Sweden was the last country in Europe where the German Foreign Ministry had a travel .. Austria bans flights from Balkans to prevent imported virus cases VIENNA: Austria on Tuesday said it was suspending passenger flights from most Balkan countries, Moldova and Egypt to lower the risk of travellers infected with coronavirus entering the country. The measure will take .. UK U-turn as government confirms face mask order LONDON: Face masks will become compulsory in shops and supermarkets in England from next week, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said on Tuesday, marking a U-turn on previous policy. The new legislation will come into force ..