Venus TV: April 2022 news highlights in the worldOn April 27, 2022 by admin
Get the latest information on the political landscape, entertainment updates, and health sector in the world with this Venus TV news highlight for April! The latest news in the world that you need to know are the following:
First lady Melania Trump is taking a break from her role as first lady and traveling to Japan to visit the victims of the devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck the country last week.
“I’m excited to join my husband, President Trump, and the American people in praying for the victims of the recent natural disasters,” Melania said in a statement. “Our thoughts and prayers are with all those who have been affected by the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.”
Melania Trump will travel to Japan to visit with those affected by the natural disasters that struck the country last week. (Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images)
President Trump, who has not been seen in public since his return from his visit to the G-20 summit in Argentina on Saturday, is expected to join Melania for the visit.
“President Trump will be joining First Lady Melania in praying for the victims of the recent natural disasters,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement. “The First Lady is looking forward to joining President Trump in Japan to bring attention to the need to continue to support the people of Japan.”
Melania’s first trip to Japan as first lady was in October 2017.
Nissan’s board of directors has approved a $1.3 billion share buyback plan to boost shareholder value, the company said in a statement.
The board has authorized the company to repurchase up to $1.3 billion of its shares through a combination of its existing share repurchase program and a new share repurchase program.
Nissan has been using the proceeds from its share buyback program to repurchase its shares, which was originally launched in March 2015.
Nissan’s board also approved a $2.4 billion capital expenditure plan, which includes $1.2 billion to fund the company’s operating activities, and $1.2 billion to finance the company’s share repurchase program.
The company expects to repurchase up to 9.9 million shares, or approximately 1.7% of its outstanding shares, in fiscal 2017.
Nissan’s board of directors also approved the annual dividend of ¥12 per share.
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. (Nissan) (TYO: 7201) (TSE: 7201), a global automotive company, announced today that its board of directors has approved a plan to repurchase shares of the company.
the Korean Peninsula situation is becoming more serious, Apple has released iOS 12.3, Microsoft released Windows 10 Build 18362, Apple released iOS 12.3, and Apple released iOS 12.3.
The Korean Peninsula Situation
North Korea has reportedly threatened to carry out a nuclear test and launch an ICBM at any moment.
According to Yonhap News, a spokesman of the North Korean Foreign Ministry, said that the country will carry out a nuclear test and ICBM launch at any moment, saying that it is ready to take a “new path of action”.
The spokesman also said that the North is willing to “exercise the right to defend itself”.
On the other hand, the US is reportedly monitoring the situation.
The US is said to be planning to impose a total ban on imports from North Korea.
The South Korean Defense Ministry has announced that it will deploy the Patriot missile defense system, which is capable of shooting down short-range missiles, to the peninsula.
The deployment will start on April 10, and it will take about two weeks.
Apple Releases iOS 12.3
Apple has released iOS 12.3 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices.