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President Donald Trump leaves the White House.

President Donald Trump leaves the White House.

President Donald Trump leaves the White House for the last time, and is said to leave a note for Biden. President Trump departed the White House on Wednesday morning for the last time as the commander in chief after four tumultuous years that shook the nation, choosing to leave town...
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Every adult will be offered Covid vaccine.

Every adult will be offered Covid vaccine.

Every adult will be offered Covid vaccine by autumn, said Matt hancock. Every adult will be offered a vaccine by autumn, Matt Hancock, the health secretary, promised yesterday on the eve of the first mass vaccination centres opening this morning. Boris Johnson will visit a site in the southwest as...
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Covid-19 did start with a lab leak?

Covid-19 did start with a lab leak?

Covid-19 Did Start With a Lab Leak, Would We Ever Know? The two major investigations into the origins of the pandemic are compromised by potential conflicts of interest. Those problems need to be fixed—fast. “We find ourselves 10 months into one of the most catastrophic global health events of our lifetime,”...
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Blaze in South Australia fuels fears.

Blaze in South Australia fuels fears.

Blaze in South Australia fuels fears of new bush-fire crisis. Firefighters urged residents to seek shelter as they struggled to control a fast-moving blaze in South Australia and heatwave conditions threatened to ignite another bush-fire crisis. Emergency services were battling the grass fire yesterday near the small community of Lucindale, about...
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Domestic terrorists treated too leniently.

Domestic terrorists treated too leniently.

Domestic terrorists were treated too leniently. Joe Biden says about Capitol siege. Joe Biden said there was no question that the “domestic terrorists” who laid siege to the Capitol were treated more lightly than Black Lives Matter demonstrators, as he placed the blame for “one of the darkest days in...
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Donald Trump commits to ‘smooth transfer’ of power.

Donald Trump commits to ‘smooth transfer’ of power.

Donald Trump commits to 'smooth transfer' of power. For the first time, Donald Trump has acknowledged his presidency is ending. Early today, he promised a "smooth transfer of power" to Joe Biden as calls grew for his removal from office for encouraging a mob attack on the US Capitol. In a video...
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Saudi Arabia lifts three-year Gulf blockade.

Saudi Arabia lifts three-year Gulf blockade.

Saudi Arabia lifts three-year Gulf blockade of Qatar. Saudi Arabia ended a three-year blockade of its neighbour Qatar today, opening borders and air space with immediate effect. Sheikh Tamim al-Thani, the emir of Qatar, flew to Saudi Arabia for a summit of Gulf states that will seal renewed ties, after...
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The Electoral Votes at Capitol.

The Electoral Votes at Capitol.

The Electoral Votes at Capitol. The vice president plays a crucial but largely ceremonial role in certifying the election results in Congress. Under the Constitution, the vice president is tasked with overseeing the tabulation of each state’s Electoral College votes during a joint session of the House and Senate President...
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Julian Assange cannot be extradited.

Julian Assange cannot be extradited.

Julian Assange cannot be extradited to US, court rules. Julian Assange moved a step closer to freedom yesterday after a British judge blocked his extradition to the United States, saying that he was a suicide risk. The Wikileaks founder, who took refuge in the Ecuadorian embassy in 2012 and was...
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Saudi Arabia launches air strikes,

Saudi Arabia launches air strikes,

Saudi Arabia launches air strikes on rebels in Yemen. The Saudi air strikes were apparently in retaliation for yesterday’s attack on Aden’s main airport. Saudi Arabia has launched air strikes against rebel forces in Yemen, apparently in response to an attack on the airport in the southern city of Aden...
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Argentina’s Parliament legalizes abortion.

Argentina’s Parliament legalizes abortion.

Argentina's Parliament legalizes abortion. Terminations allowed in early pregnancy. Senators in Argentina voted resoundingly in favour of allowing abortion in early pregnancy today, cementing some of the most liberal laws to terminate a pregnancy in Latin America Hundreds of thousands of pro-choice activists gathered outside the parliament in Buenos Aires...
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Activists jailed for trying to flee Hong Kong.

Activists jailed for trying to flee Hong Kong.

Activists jailed for trying to flee Hong Kong. A Chinese court sentenced ten Hong Kong activists to prison this morning for organizing or taking part in illegal border crossing. Two other activists who are minors were sent back to Hong Kong police; they will be subject to a 14-day mandatory...
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Senate may consider Stimulus Checks.

Senate may consider Stimulus Checks.

Senate May Consider Stimulus Checks. The majority leader said the Senate would also look at two other demands from President Trump: protecting election security and removing some legal protections for technology companies. McConnell suggests Senate may consider $2,000 stimulus checks, along with voter security and tech protections. Senator Mitch McConnell...
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Boeing 737 Max resumes flying.

Boeing 737 Max resumes flying.

Boeing 737 Max resumes flying passengers after 2-two year halt. American Airlines used the plane, which was grounded in March 2019 after two fatal crashes, on a flight from Miami to New York. Boeing’s troubled 737 Max plane returned to American skies on Tuesday, carrying paying passengers in the United...
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Pfizer nears deal with Trump administration.

Pfizer nears deal with Trump administration.

Pfizer nears deal with Trump administration, to provide more vaccine doses. The company could provide at least tens of millions of additional doses of a coronavirus vaccine under an agreement that would give it better access to the supplies it needs to expand manufacturing. The Trump administration and Pfizer are...
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More areas may go to Tier 4 for Christmas.

More areas may go to Tier 4 for Christmas.

More areas may go to Tier for Christmas, 4 as Covid lockdown tightens. Millions of people will face tougher coronavirus restrictions on Boxing Day as a swathe of southern England is expected to move into Tier 4. The “Covid-O” cabinet subcommittee is meeting at midday to decide which areas will...
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Giant iceberg, is still a threat to South Georgia.

Giant iceberg, is still a threat to South Georgia.

Giant iceberg, is still a threat to South Georgia wildlife, despite break-up. The breaking up of a giant iceberg drifting in the South Atlantic into large fragments still poses a danger to breeding penguins and seals on South Georgia, scientists said today. Known as A68a, the iceberg calved from Antarctica...
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Pompeo blames Russia for a hack.

Pompeo blames Russia for a hack.

Pompeo blames Russia for a hack on US agencies, but Trump disagrees. President Trump claims “it may” have actually been the work of Chinese hackers. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo became the first member of the Trump administration to accuse Russia of cyber-attacks against American federal agencies on Friday, days...
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Canada the latest country to halt travel from UK.

Canada the latest country to halt travel from UK.

Canada the latest country to halt travel from UK over new Covid-19 variant concerns. For many here, Covid-19 is the least of their concerns. Here's why London (CNN) Canada has become the latest country to halt flights from the UK following the discovery of a new variant of Covid-19, which...
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Christmas celebration along history.

Christmas celebration along history.

Christmas celebration along history. Christmas is celebrated on December 25 and is both a sacred religious holiday and a worldwide cultural and commercial phenomenon. For two millennia, people around the world have been observing it with traditions and practices that are both religious and secular in nature. Christians celebrate Christmas...
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Macron has fallen ill, with Covid-19.

Macron has fallen ill, with Covid-19.

Macron has fallen ill with Covid-19, days after meeting European leaders. Mr Macron has met Angel Gurria, head of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, along with European leaders in recent days Europe’s leaders are scrambling to work out who has been in contact with President Macron after he...
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If we poisoned Alexei Navalny.

If we poisoned Alexei Navalny.

If we poisoned Alexei Navalny, we would have finished the job, says Putin. Alexei Navalny, the opposition activist, was found to have been poisoned with Novichok in August President Putin has dismissed a report that intelligence agents poisoned the opposition leader Alexei Navalny, saying that if the FSB had targeted him...
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Boris Johnson plans India visit.

Boris Johnson plans India visit.

Boris Johnson plans India visit, for boost to ‘global Britain’. Boris Johnson will travel to India next month and has called for a “quantum leap” in relations between the two nations. Johnson met Indian prime minister Narendra Modi in 2017, when he was foreign secretary. Boris Johnson will travel to...
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Brussels demands access for fishermen.

Brussels demands access for fishermen.

Brussels demands access for fishermen in 'blackmail'. Brussels is ratcheting up the pressure. The European Commission wants continued access to UK fishing waters for 12 months under a no-deal Brexit - and is threatening to stop British planes and lorries travelling to the bloc unless it caves to its "level playing field"...
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A Royal rift over Saudi normalization.

A Royal rift over Saudi normalization.

A Royal rift over Saudi normalization with Israel comes into the open. Saudi Prince Turki al-Faisal during an interview in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, in November 24th, 2018. Frederick Deknatel highlights a major unfolding story in the Middle East, while curating some of the best news and analysis from...
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In the tunnel, levitating in space.

In the tunnel, levitating in space.

In the tunnel, levitating in space. At the beginning of an extensive path that runs through various geographies, it is to be assumed that there are varied obstacles where tunnels are no exception. Precisely, very large tunnels like the Simplon, give me strange sensations on two different planes. As you...
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The US desperately needs a strategy.

The US desperately needs a strategy.

The US desperately needs a strategy to deal with Russia’s mercenary armies. Reports this week that the United Arab Emirates is potentially financing Russian mercenaries in Libya affiliated with the notorious Wagner Group, according to a Pentagon watchdog, appear to be sending mini shock-waves through Washington. But the UAE has...
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 Ireland asks France not to block Brexit trade deal.

 Ireland asks France not to block Brexit trade deal.

 Ireland asks France not to block Brexit trade deal. Ireland’s foreign minister today appealed to France not to stand in the way of a Brexit deal, warning that his country would get “caught in the crossfires” of failure to strike an agreement. Speaking ahead of a visit to Paris, Simon Coveney struck...
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Pricing of electric car chargers.

Pricing of electric car chargers.

Pricing of electric car chargers must be investigated. Drivers must not be ripped off by the growing public network of electric-car chargers, according to the competition watchdog. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said vehicle owners had to be “treated fairly” by companies installing roadside charge points to encourage drivers...
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France pushes for no-deal Brexit.

France pushes for no-deal Brexit.

France pushes for no-deal Brexit, if Britain will not budge. France and other hardline countries are pushing for no deal in Brexit talks to soften up Britain before a reset in negotiations next year, unless the government makes significant concessions in the coming days. The hardliners urged that unless the...
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Donald Trump trapped between politics and the Law.

Donald Trump trapped between politics and the Law.

Donald Trump trapped between politics and the Law. The formal process has finally begun, but it is weeks late and spent a long time starved of funds as Republican officials stonewalled usual procedures. But beyond the inconvenience and cost of a deferred start to his administration, what does the president-elect...
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Johnson rejects MPs’ demands.

Johnson rejects MPs’ demands.

Johnson rejects MPs’ demands for more localized tier systems. Prime minister insists tough restrictions across whole country are only way to keep Covid at bay Johnson rejects MPs’ demands for more localized tier systems. Prime minister insists tough restrictions across whole country are only way to keep Covid at bay....
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Oxford jab hailed as ‘vaccine for the world’.

Oxford jab hailed as ‘vaccine for the world’.

Oxford jab hailed as ‘vaccine for the world’. Oxford University scientists said this morning that they had created “a vaccine for the world” as trial results showed that their Covid-19 jab worked well enough to apply immediately for regulatory approval. The vaccine involves two injections, administered at least a month...
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Plug-in hybrid cars more polluting than advertised.

Plug-in hybrid cars more polluting than advertised.

Plug-in hybrid cars ‘up to eight times more polluting than advertised’. Plug-in hybrids were described as “fake electric cars, built for lab tests and tax breaks”Popular “green” hybrid cars are emitting up to eight times more pollution than advertised, research suggests, potentially undermining a government pledge to prolong their sale...
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Trump invites state Lawmakers to White House.

Trump invites state Lawmakers to White House.

Trump invites state Lawmakers to White House in bid to subvert election. Two Republican election officials in Wayne County, Mich., home to Detroit, tried to decertify the results there but cannot legally do so. The Trump campaign’s assault on voting in several states that President-elect Joe Biden won took on...
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Lone survivor of Arab Spring.

Lone survivor of Arab Spring.

Lone survivor of Arab Spring: Syrian's Bashir al-Assad. When the Arab revolts that were sweeping the region and toppling autocrats like dominoes reached Syria, Bashar al-Assad's days at the helm looked numbered. Ten years on however, he has defied the odds, surviving international isolation and the temporary loss of two...
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US admiral Michael Studeman visit Taiwan.

US admiral Michael Studeman visit Taiwan.

US admiral Michael Studeman makes unannounced visit to Taiwan. A senior US officer responsible for military intelligence in the Asia-Pacific region has made an unannounced visit to Taiwan, in a move that is certain to infuriate Beijing and heighten tensions between the two superpowers over the island. The Chinese foreign...
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US success in test destruction of missile.

US success in test destruction of missile.

US success in test destruction of missile. The US has for the first time shot down an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) from a warship in a test over the Pacific Ocean, a success that potentially blunts North Korea’s nuclear threat. The breakthrough demonstration was performed by USS John Finn, an Arleigh...
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Oxford vaccine produces ‘robust’ response.

Oxford vaccine produces ‘robust’ response.

Oxford vaccine produces ‘robust’ response in older adults. Race to finish as Pfizer announces it could be ready in weeks. Scientists developing a Covid vaccine at Oxford University said this morning that their jab had produced a “robust” immune response in people over the age of 70. The results, published...
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