Toy giants Lego are to invest £310 million

Toy giants Lego are to invest £310 million to make its trademark colourful bricks using sustainable materials instead of its traditional oil-based plastic.

The Danish company will spend big over the next three years after coming under pressure from customers.

Asked later by reporters if he expected Saudi Arabia to follow suit, Mr Trump said: “I do. I spoke with the king of Saudi Arabia,” adding it would come “at the right time”.

“I think seven or eight or nine” more countries would normalise relations with Israel, he added.

‘Hopefully this can create a deterrent against further violations,’ he told Tribun News on Wednesday.

The number of Covid-19 cases is continuing to rise in Cerme, prompting the village to strengthen safety measures.

“It’s a terrible situation, a health issue has got so out of control it’s knocking the world into, not just a recession, but a huge economic contraction which would probably double the number of poor people, double the number of malnourished, lead to hundreds of millions of small businesses going bankrupt.”

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The same statement confirmed the opening of phone lines, flights and tourism links between the two countries, as well as collaboration on Covid-19 research, health, space, foreign policy and intelligence.

The joint statement between Bahrain and Israel, however, offered scant information and did not mention the precondition of Israel suspending its annexation programme.