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  • Uganda Poll: Bobi Wine Claims ‘Fraud And Violence Marred Election Day

    Uganda’s opposition leader Bobi Wine said early Friday that the country’s election had seen “widespread fraud and violence”, but he remained positive as votes were counted under an internet blackout.

  • COVID-19: US Asks Foreign Doctors, Nurses To Reach Out For Work Visas

    What Trump Told His Supporters After Second Impeachment

    US President Donald Trump has told his supporters to shun violence and maintain calm to promote peace in the country.

  • Canada Police Launch Criminal Probe Of COVID-19 Death

    Canada’s police said Monday they have launched an investigation into a pandemic death — a first in the country — after the victim’s family accused his employer of criminal negligence.

  • Joe Biden

    US President-Elect Joe Biden Receives Second COVID-19 Vaccine Shot

    President-elect Joe Biden on Monday received his second Covid-19 shot and said that getting vaccines into people’s arms would be a “number one priority” for his incoming administration.

  • Joe Biden

    Biden To Receive Second COVID-19 Jab Monday

    US President-elect Joe Biden will receive his second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine on Monday, his office announced, three weeks after his first injection was broadcast live on TV to boost public confidence in the jab.

  • US Democrats Forge Ahead To Impeach Trump

    US Democrats said Sunday they would push to remove President Donald Trump from office during the final days of his administration after his supporters’ violent attack on the Capitol, with some Republicans supporting the move.

  • Donald Trump

    There’s A Conspiracy To Silence Me, Trump Reacts To Twitter Ban

    US President Donald Trump has said that there is a conspiracy to silence him following social media network Twitter banning his handle. Trump’s account was banned on grounds that he could incite another violence like the one witnessed at the US Capitol building on Wednesday. “After a close review of recent Tweets from the @realDonaldTrump account,” Twitter said in a blog post explaining its decision, “we have permanently suspended the account due to the risk of further incitement of violence.” Shortly after the ban was temporarily lifted on Thursday, Trump tweeted that his supporter will not be disrespected, adding that he will not attend the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden. “These two Tweets must be read in the context of broader events in the country and the ways in which the President’s statements can be mobilized by different audiences, including to incite violence, as well as in the context of the pattern of behavior from this account in recent weeks,” Twitter said. The President has now issued a statement on Twitter but through an account that supports him. Trump said, “Twitter has gone further and further in banning free speech, and tonight, Twitter employees have coordinated with the Democrats and …

  • Kim Jong-un: China Sends Doctors To North Korea – Report

    US Is North Korea’s ‘Biggest Enemy’ ― Kim Jong Un

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said the United States is his nuclear-armed nation’s “biggest enemy”, state media reported Saturday, as he threw down the diplomatic gauntlet to the incoming administration of Joe Biden.

  • Joe Biden and Donald Trump

    Biden Reacts A Trump Says He Won’t Attend His Inauguration

    US President-elect Joe Biden has reacted to President Donald Trump saying he won’t attend his inauguration.

  • Ayatollah Ali Khamenei

    Iran Bans Import Of US, UK-Made COVID-19 Vaccines

    Iran’s supreme leader on Friday banned the import of American and British-produced vaccines against COVID-19, saying they were “completely untrustworthy”.

  • COVID-19: US Asks Foreign Doctors, Nurses To Reach Out For Work Visas

    Trump Condemns US Capitol Invasion

    Outgoing United States 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.

  • Coronavirus: Two African Countries Pledge Support To China

    China Goes Online To Mock US Capitol Invasion

    China’s internet erupted in mirth at America’s troubled democracy after supporters of President Donald Trump broke into the US Capitol, comparing the chaos to the Hong Kong anti-government protests of 2019.

  • Joe Biden and Donald Trump

    Biden Tells Trump To Call Off Siege On US Capitol

    US President-elect Joe Biden has described the Wednesday invasion of the US Capitol as an “insurrection”.

  • Joe Biden

    Democrats Win Second Georgia Race, Ensuring Party’s Control Of US Senate

    Democrat Jon Ossoff clinched victory in the second Georgia Senate runoff, US networks projected Wednesday, guaranteeing his party control of the body.

  • COVID-19: US Asks Foreign Doctors, Nurses To Reach Out For Work Visas

    Trump Supporters Invade US Capitol Hill

    The U.S. Capitol was put on lockdown on Wednesday as Trump supporters stormed the US Congress, disrupting the certification of Joe Biden’s election.

  • Donald Trump

    US Election Process Worse Than That Of Third World Countries – Trump

    US President Donald Trump ahs said his country’s election is wore than what’s obtainable in third world countries.

  • Democrat Warnock Claims Georgia Senate Seat

    U.S. Democrat Raphael Warnock has claimed a historic victory in his Georgia senate race, against Republican Kelly Loeffler.

  • COVID-19 vaccine

    Health Workers In New York Scared Of COVID-19 Vaccine

    Thirty per cent of medical personnel in the New York public hospitals are scared of taking COVID-19 vaccines, Mayor Bill de Blasio has revealed.

  • China Blocks WHO Team From Probing COVID-19 Origin

    World Health Organisation boss, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said he was “very disappointed” that China has foot-dragged authorising the entry of a team of experts to examine the origins of the coronavirus.

  • UK Orders Lockdown Over Coronavirus

    COVID-19: UK PM Announces England-Wide Full Lockdown

    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 closure of primary and secondary schools, will come into effect Wednesday, he said in a televised address, after Scotland announced similar measures would come into force from midnight (0000 GMT) on Tuesday. Some 44 million people or three-quarters of the population of England are already living under the toughest restrictions, as Britain grapples with one of the worst mortality rates from coronavirus in the world. But they have failed to halt an upward trend in positive cases, which have been blamed on a more infectious new variant. Johnson said that as of Monday, almost 27,000 people with Covid were in hospital — 40 percent more than at the peak of first wave of the outbreak on April last year. Last Tuesday, more than 80,000 people tested positive in just 24 hours. “With most of the country already under extreme measures, it’s clear that we need to do more, together, to bring this new variant under control while our vaccines are rolled out,” he said. “In …

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