World Daily News – In Brief – Wednesday 06/07/2022



Johnson’s government plunged into crisis as key ministers quit

Health Minister Sajid Javid and Finance Minister Rishi Sunak quit in the latest blow to Boris Johnson’s government.

. AP (US)

NATO nations sign accession protocols for Sweden, Finland

The 30 NATO allies signed off on the accession protocols for Sweden and Finland on Tuesday, sending the membership bids of the two nations to the alliance capitals for legislative approvals — and possible political trouble in Turkey.


Mexico president presents bill to eliminate daylight saving time

Mexico’s president on Tuesday said he was sending a bill to Congress to eliminate daylight saving time, with the government saying the time change was unpopular and did not generate many benefits for the country.


India internet sector in fog after controversial VPN rules delayed

India’s internet industry is under a cloud of uncertainty after the government extended the compliance deadline on contentious new cybersecurity rules that have already driven some companies to stop doing business in the country.


Nigeria: OPEC’s Mohammad Barkindo dies

Mohammad Sanusi Barkindo was the secretary general for the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries. Barkindo was in his native Nigeria to attend an energy summit in Abuja.