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US Supreme Court ends two emolument suits against Trump

US Supreme Court ends two emolument suits against Trump

In the emoluments cases, which alleged that President Trump violated a constitutional provision banning the receipt of profits from foreign government officials, the courts handled the matters at a gl...

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Home World Covid-19 vaccine firms must deliver, says EU chief

Home World Covid-19 vaccine firms must deliver, says EU chief

In addition, the one also affiliated with the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), a center-right party of which she is one of the vice-presidents, highlighted the impacts of the digital environment in t...

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Missing man found after search called off

Missing man found after search called off

Weber, 58, was discovered on Sunday morning - 18 days after he was last seen - by a property owner, who spotted him near a dam. Before Sunday, Weber was seen leaving a hotel in the Australian town ...

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Ghislaine Maxwell asks to throw out case over Epstein plea deal

Ghislaine Maxwell asks to throw out case over Epstein plea deal

Maxwell's indictment using a grand jury pool that excluded residents of the community in which Ms. Maxwell allegedly committed the offenses with which she is charged, and in which she will be tried, i...

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De Blasio: NYC Running Out of Vaccine | New York's Power 105.1 FM

De Blasio: NYC Running Out of Vaccine | New York's Power 105.1 FM

However, it's only receiving a little over 100,000 doses per week. "We could be do much more if we had the supply", he says. Empire Outlets on Staten Island is also slated to be a mass vaccination s...

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Blast shakes Riyadh three days after projectile intercepted

Blast shakes Riyadh three days after projectile intercepted

The "E3" group of European powers - France, the United Kingdom and Germany - said in a joint statement on Monday that they condemned an attack at the weekend on the Saudi capital Riyadh. The U.S. St...

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Dr Anthony Fauci reveals what he thought when Trump suggested the disinfectant

Dr Anthony Fauci reveals what he thought when Trump suggested the disinfectant

Anthony Fauci , chief medical adviser to President Joe Biden , discussed his relationship with former President Donald Trump . "I see the disinfectant, where it knocks it out in a minute, and is...

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Delhi may be heading towards herd immunity, indicates sero

Delhi may be heading towards herd immunity, indicates sero

But the survey indicates that the total figure could be well over 1 crore, sources said. The survey round held in August past year showed that 29.1 per cent of people had antibodies. "At this moment...

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Russia, US exchange documents to extend nuclear pact, says report

Russia, US exchange documents to extend nuclear pact, says report

At an unrelated White House event shortly after Psaki's briefing, Biden was asked about his call with Putin by Peter Doocy, a correspondent with Fox News. People gather in Pushkin Square during a prot...

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Stockport Stand Up to Racism group launch Holocaust memorial event

Stockport Stand Up to Racism group launch Holocaust memorial event

There will be further contributions from the council's executive director of corporate services, Jane Burns and from Judith Hayman from the Northern Holocaust Education Trust. The West Midlands Combin...

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Capitol Police Chief Apologizes For Failures In January 6 Siege

Capitol Police Chief Apologizes For Failures In January 6 Siege

It's unclear how many of those law enforcement officers who tested positive for the virus responded to the riot at the Capitol. Police Department has "terminated" K9 unit officer Jacob Fracker , 29...

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USA surpasses 25 Million coronavirus infections

USA surpasses 25 Million coronavirus infections

While daily case counts have declined after spiking to records of nearly 300,000 after the Christmas holiday, the weekly average of about 175,000 new infections every day remains high. The U.S. Center...

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TikTok owner ByteDance to cut down Indian workforce after apps remain banned

TikTok owner ByteDance to cut down Indian workforce after apps remain banned

The ban dates from past year when political tension between the neighbours rose over their disputed border. The moves that have now culminated in this official ban was kick-started by India's Minis...

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Estonia's new government sworn in with first-ever female PM

Estonia's new government sworn in with first-ever female PM

The previous Cabinet, with Center leader Juri Ratas as prime minister, collapsed this month due to a corruption scandal. In a joint statement, the parties said they "will form a government that will...

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Buhari appoints appoints new Service Chiefs

Buhari appoints appoints new Service Chiefs

I have accepted the immediate resignation of the Service Chiefs, and their retirement from service. Ibrahim Attahiru, also a major general, was named the new Chief of Army Staff. The Presidency al...

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Feds accuse 3 OH men of illegally entering U.S. Capitol

Feds accuse 3 OH men of illegally entering U.S. Capitol

Assistant U.S. Attorney Joseph Magliolo said Miller's racist threats on social media about hanging a Black Capitol police officer with a rope were concerning. Such charges carry penalties ranging from...

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Uganda high court orders end to Bobi Wine house arrest

Uganda high court orders end to Bobi Wine house arrest

They added that authorities should criminally charge him if he threatens public order. Ugandan authorities have said Mr. Wine can only leave his home on the outskirts of the capital, Kampala, under mi...

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Biden administration lays out its policies on Israel-Palestine at the UN

Biden administration lays out its policies on Israel-Palestine at the UN

Israel captured east Jerusalem and the West Bank in the 1967 war. The Palestinians claim all of the West Bank as part of a future independent state. ambassador to the UN has announced. Washington...

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Health unit reports one COVID-19 death as cases continue to decline

Health unit reports one COVID-19 death as cases continue to decline

Dr Tony Holohan , Chief Medical Officer, said: "Today we are reporting a further 90 deaths, bringing our cumulative total of lives lost to COVID-19 to more than 3,000 in Ireland". An outbreak at Char...

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Amazon driver rescues baby abandoned in Houston, reunites him with mom

Not long after, surveillance footage captured a man abandon a baby inside its carrier on the side of a nearby road. Fortunately, Amazon delivery driver Juan Carlos Flores spotted the infant, local...

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Israel includes teens in COVID-19 vaccination drive

Israel includes teens in COVID-19 vaccination drive

This is not the first time Netanyahu has faced suspension from the social media giant over the misuse of its chatbot. Israel, which has already given a full set of Pfizer/BioNTech vaccinations to ov...

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Canada to further discourage non-essential travel with new measures

Canada to further discourage non-essential travel with new measures

On January 22, Trudeau reiterated , "We could be bringing in new measures that significantly impede your ability to return to Canada at any given moment without warning". Ontario Premier Doug Ford, ...

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N. Korean Diplomat in Kuwait Possibly Entered S. Korea

N. Korean Diplomat in Kuwait Possibly Entered S. Korea

Mr Ryu defected to South Korea last September, according to Tae Yong Ho, who was North Korea's deputy ambassador to Britain before settling in the South in 2016 and being elected as a lawmaker a year ...

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New Zealand may approve first COVID vaccination next week

New Zealand may approve first COVID vaccination next week

The impact of that is it's recommended that all passengers from New Zealand with a green safe travel zone flight scheduled in the next 72 hours reconsider their need to travel. New Zealand is also eli...

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European Union to monitor vaccine exports, but says it is not a ban

European Union to monitor vaccine exports, but says it is not a ban

The EU has warned it will tighten exports of Covid vaccines produced in the bloc, amid a row with AstraZeneca over a cut in planned supplies. The EU has faced criticism for its slow rollout and ...

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Facebook News in UK to help 'sustain' local journalism

Facebook News in UK to help 'sustain' local journalism

The new feature is a dedicated tab within the Facebook mobile app, accessible by tapping the three-line icon for more options. It previously announced partnerships with the likes of The Guardian, ...

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ITV: Britain to announce policy of enforced quarantine in hotels on Tuesday

ITV: Britain to announce policy of enforced quarantine in hotels on Tuesday

They claimed that introducing tougher rules would be "catastrophic". Aviation industry leaders have warned of the "catastrophic" impact of requiring travellers to the United Kingdom to quarantine in...

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Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte to resign amid stagnant COVID-19 economy

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte to resign amid stagnant COVID-19 economy

Italy's prime minister Giuseppe Conte will offer his resignation to the president tomorrow, Tuesday 26 January, his office said tonight. He will hope to be given a mandate to form a new government...

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Pregnant woman, unborn baby among 6 killed in Indianapolis shooting

Pregnant woman, unborn baby among 6 killed in Indianapolis shooting

At a news conference he said, "What we saw this morning was a different kind of evil". As far as authorities are concerned, however, this is pretty much the end of the beginning of the case: They do...

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B.C.'s vaccine plan slowed by lack of supply | iNFOnews

B.C.'s vaccine plan slowed by lack of supply | iNFOnews

The US pharmaceutical company said early laboratory tests suggest antibodies triggered by the vaccine can recognise and fight all known coronavirus variants . The levels remained above those that are...

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Pope again cancels appearances due to nerve pain

Pope again cancels appearances due to nerve pain

Paul Outside the Walls in Rome. "Let us pray for Edwin". However, Bruni indicated in a statement that the pontiff would recite the Angelus Prayer on Sunday, which would be done by television broadca...

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Alleged Asia drug kingpin arrested in Netherlands after Oz probe

Alleged Asia drug kingpin arrested in Netherlands after Oz probe

The syndicate Tse allegedly heads - The Company - is accused of manufacturing synthetic drugs in the under-policed jungles of Myanmar, which are dominated by competing militias and warlords. Authori...

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Turkey and Greece resume talks over eastern Mediterranean after five-year hiatus

Turkey and Greece resume talks over eastern Mediterranean after five-year hiatus

They made little progress in 60 rounds of talks from 2002 to 2016. Tensions in the Aegean raised previous year when Turkey started seismic surveys in contested waters. The next round of exploratory ...

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Supreme Court dismisses emolument cases against Trump

Supreme Court dismisses emolument cases against Trump

The Court directed two federal appeals courts to dismiss the case as moot. While Trump handed over control of his company to his two eldest sons, Donald Trump Jr. Both cases could potentially have c...

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Israel extradites woman to Australia in child sex case

Israel extradites woman to Australia in child sex case

Alleged child sex abuser Malka Leifer is on her way from Israel to Melbourne after a court ruled she should be extradited to face charges. On Monday, thirteen years after former Adass Israel sch...

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