India has said its soldiers were mutilated after being beaten to death by Chinese troops

India has said its soldiers were mutilated after being beaten to death by Chinese troops and revealed the nail-studded clubs used at the disputed Himalayan border.  

Twenty Indians were killed in the clash on Monday night, the first deadly conflict between the two nuclear-armed countries since 1975.

At the Downing Street briefing, the health secretary said the government would not “put a date” on when the new app may be launched, although officials conceded it was likely to be in the autumn or winter.

The idea behind the NHS app was that it could trace anybody that a person with coronavirus symptoms came into close contact with by using the Bluetooth connectivity on a standard smartphone, and notify them to self-isolate.

“The decision to initiate charges by the Fulton County DA’s office is irrational and obviously based on factors which should have nothing to do with the proper administration of justice,” Mr Samuel said in a statement.

“This was not a rush to judgment. This was a rush to misjudgment. Shame on the District Attorney for this abuse of his charging power.”

In fact, the city recorded 158 confirmed cases within a week.

China has further tightened quarantine measures as a result.

Mr Zuckerberg, 36, wrote: “Everyone wants to see politicians held accountable for what they say — and I know many people want us to moderate and remove more of their content . . . Ultimately, I believe the best way to hold politicians accountable is through voting, and I believe we should trust voters to make judgments for themselves. That’s why I think we should maintain as open a platform as possible, accompanied by ambitious efforts to boost voter participation.” He said that Facebook would post details of how to register for in-person or postal voting.

All political campaigns in the US run highly targeted advertising designed to motivate potential supporters to get out and vote, tailored to Facebook users based on data gleaned about their socio-economic status and preferences. Anyone running political ads on Facebook will have to be authorised to do so, Sir Nick, 53, said, adding that between March and May the company had stopped “more than 750,000 political ads targeting the US, because the advertiser had not completed the authorisation process”.