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Biden’s ‘Israel has right to defend’ statement irks American Muslim group, decides to boycott White House Eid-ul-Fitr celebrations

The group claimed it is “incredibly disappointed and deeply disturbed” by the US position on the violence.

After delaying India and South Africa’s proposal for months, USA to finally support TRIPs waiver on Covid vaccines at WTO

India and South Africa had brought a proposal at the WTO to lift IP restrictions for Covid vaccines and medicines back in October 2020. The proposal has been repeatedly blocked by the US, UK and EU.

Banished by Twitter and Facebook, former US President Donald Trump launches his own communications platform

Trump's senior advisor Jason Miller additionally informed that this is not the social media platform they talked about and that the plans to launch the same remain intact.

Pfizer and 10 other corporates donated $1 million each to Joe Biden’s inaugural committee, totalling $61.8 million: Reports

U.S. President Joe Biden’s inaugural committee raised $61.8 million from contributions by corporations like Pfizer and Uber, labour unions and other wealthy individuals for his inauguration events

James O’Keefe to sue as Twitter suspends accounts days after Project Veritas exposed CNN Technical Director making shocking claims on video

Twitter has suspended the accounts of Project Veritas and their founder James O'Keefe after they exposed CNN and their propaganda campaign

USA: Biden administration formally declares China’s treatment of Uyghurs as genocide

First declared by Trump administration in January, Biden administration formalizes genocide declaration against China.

Joe Biden refers to VP Kamala Harris as ‘President Harris’, fuels dementia speculations again

Earlier, before he assumed office, Biden had once referred to Harris as 'President-elect'.

Bernie Sanders and his mittens during Biden inauguration trigger a meme fest on social media. Details

The US Senator from Vermont was spotted at the venue wearing parka and a pair of very homely looking mittens at the high profile event.

President Trump pardons over 140 people, including former aide Steve Bannon on his final day at the office

"President Donald J. Trump granted pardons to 73 individuals and commuted the sentences of an additional 70 individuals," the White House said in a statement.

Donald Trump approves Emergency declaration in DC ahead of Joe Biden’s Presidential inauguration

The Department of Homeland Security and FEMA will co-ordinate with the District of Columbia to mitigate hardships caused to the people.

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