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Trump Denounces Capitol Violence, Says Those Who Broke The Law Will Pay

Outgoing U.S President Donald Trump said he was “outraged by the violence, lawlessness and mayhem” after a group of his supporters stormed the Capitol and forced a halt to a Congressional joint sitting. Trump said demonstrators...

Pelosi, Schumer, Others Call For Trump Ouster Over U.S. Capitol Invasion

Calls for the ouster of U.S. President Donald Trump grew on Thursday and members of his administration quit in the wake of a tumultuous 24 hours in Washington that saw rioters storm Congress and...

U.S. reports more than 4,000 daily coronavirus deaths for first time

The United States (U.S.) reported more than 4,000 Coronavirus (COVID-19) deaths in one day for the first time on Thursday, as health systems struggle to cope with the number of sick and dying patients. A...

Trump Considering Pardoning Himself — New York Times

U.S. President Donald Trump is considering pardoning himself in the final days of his administration, according to the New York Times. The paper cited two anonymous sources said to be privy to Trump discussing the...

Iraqi Court Issues Arrest Warrant Against U.S. President, Trump

An Iraqi court on Thursday issued an arrest warrant against U.S. President Donald Trump in connection with the murder of a top Iranian general and the leader of an Iraqi Shiite militia a year...

Trump Gives Up, Commits To ‘Orderly Transition’

U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday morning committed to an “orderly transition” of power on Jan. 20. Trump made the promise in a statement after Congress certified Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as the country’s...

U.S. National Guard Being Deployed To Washington Amidst Protests

The United States (U.S.) National Guard has been deployed to the capital, Washington, after pro-Trump protesters stormed the Capitol Building to protest the results of the country’s November presidential election, according to the White...

Democrats Call On Trump To Demand Protesters Leave Capitol

Democratic lawmakers are calling on President Donald Trump to demand that all of his supporters leave the Capitol building after they broke in to interrupt a joint session of Congress to certify the results...
British PM Boris Johnson Unveils ‘Conditional Plan’ To Reopen Society

British PM Condemns Scenes Of Violence In U.S.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday joined other leaders in condemning the scenes of violence in the United States (U.S.) “Disgraceful scenes in U.S. Congress. “The United States stands for democracy around the world and...

New Director Appointment: Students In Turkey Protest Erdogan’s Choice

At the renowned Bogazici University in the Turkish metropolis of Istanbul, students on Monday protested the appointment of a new director by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. There were also isolated clashes with the police, as...

Touadera Wins Absolute Majority In CAR Presidential Election

Faustin-Archange Touadera, outgoing president of the Central African Republic (CAR), has won the absolute majority in the first round of the presidential election, according to provisional results announced on Monday. The National Elections Authority (ANE),...
UK Death Toll Rises To 28,734 As Contact Tracing App Is Launched

UK PM Announces Lockdown In England

Nearly 56 million people in England will return to a full coronavirus lockdown, possibly until mid-February, to try to cut spiralling infection rates, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday. The measures, which include the...

U.S. COVID-19 Cases Exaggerated — Trump Tweets

President Donald Trump, on Sunday, said the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths in the United States was exaggerated. In a tweet, Trump blamed the alleged exaggeration on the “ridiculous method of determination” by the...

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