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Trump was ready to support Netanyahu if he attacked Iran, Bolton claims

US President Donald Trump was willing to back Israel if it acted to launch attacks against Iran’s nuclear program, John…

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Trump wants legislation to jail protesters who burn American flag

US President Donald Trump has said he wants Congress to pass legislation mandating a jail sentence of at least one…

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Chinese vaccine successfully enters third phase of clinical trial

China National Biotech Group announces that one of its inactive vaccines has a satisfactory antibody response in the first and…

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Despite court Ban, UK continues Arms sales to Saudi Arabia: Report

The British government has apparently turned a blind eye to a landmark court ruling that restricts the sales of arms…

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UK Police: Park Stabbings that Killed 3 Was a Terror Attack

UK police say they are treating a stabbing rampage in a park that killed three people as a terrorist attack.…

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US President Donald Trump repeats threat to cut China ties

US President renewing his threat to cut ties with China, despite his top US trade negotiator, said severing the trade…

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UN Human Rights Chief warns against ‘systematic’ racism in US

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights called for the eradication of the “systematic” racism against people from racial and ethnic…

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Dexamethasone proves first life-saving drug

Dexamethasone is a cheap and widely available drug that can help save the lives of patients seriously ill with coronavirus.…

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20 Indian soldiers killed in deadliest clash with China in decades

The long-running border dispute between Asian nuclear powers India and China turned deadly for the first time in nearly half…

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COVID-19 death toll exceeds 439,000 worldwide

Globally, 8,118,908 people have been diagnosed with the virus up to Tuesday and more than 439,000 have died from the…

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