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Tuesday, Jul 27, 2021
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Afghanistan: 'Most British troops have quietly withdrawn' following 20-year waste of time, money and lives for nothing
The UK PM is to chair a National Security Council meeting on Monday to decide the future shape of the UK footprint in Afghanistan, following U.S. withdrawn.
Even if Russia had sunk UK warship, it would not have caused World War Three, says Putin
The Russian president claims HMS Defender and a US spy plane collaborated in a "provocation" in the Black Sea.
Putin says US sanctions on Russia 'even did us good'
Russian President Vladimir Putin put a positive spin on the sanctions that the United States has imposed on his country in recent years on Wednesday. There are, he claimed, positive sides to them.
Russia's Putin accuses UK and US of military provocation
Russia's Vladimir Putin has accused the UK and US military of staging a "complex provocation," after British warship HMS Defender sailed near the coast of Russian-annexed Crimea.
White House Preparing Executive Order Over Antitrust Concerns
The drive to release such an order comes as House lawmakers are moving forward with sweeping antitrust legislation aimed at restraining the power of Big Tech firms.
Assange’s partner Stella Moris says she plans to marry WikiLeaks co-founder in Belmarsh prison
Stella Moris, the partner of Julian Assange, has said that she and the WikiLeaks co-founder will tie the knot while he is in Belmarsh prison, and expressed hope he will be released soon so that there can be a proper celebration.
Julian Assange's Fiancee Urges Joe Biden To Free WikiLeaks Founder
When Barack Obama was the President, the US decided not to seek Julian Assange's extradition on the grounds that what WikiLeaks did was similar to journalistic activities protected by the First Amendment of the Constitution.
"Like A Bomb Went Off": 1 Dead, 99 Unaccounted For In Florida Building Collapse
An unknown number of residents are feared to have been asleep in the 12-story building, in the town of Surfside, when the overnight collapse reduced a large portion of it to rubble.
Biden Calls Closure Of Hong Kong's Apple Daily "Sad Day For Media Freedom"
Joe Biden called on Beijing to stop targeting the independent press and release detained journalists and media executives.
Donald Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani's license suspended in New York
Former President Donald Trump’s longtime lawyer Rudy Giuliani has had his law practice in New York suspended.
Iran Official Says US Has Agreed To Lift Oil, Shipping Sanctions
The remarks were consistent with previous assertions by officials in Rouhani's pragmatist camp that Washington is prepared to make major concessions at the talks, under way since April in Vienna.
Legally hacked: US government disconnected from the internet and seizes dozens of website domains connected to Iran, including state press agency
The United States government has seized dozens of website domains connected to Iran, linked to what the US says are “disinformation efforts”. USA is controlling the whole internet domain names worldwide, and has the superpower ability to...
How cybercriminals collaborate to conduct ransomware attacks
In their Carbis Bay communique, the G7 announced their intention to work together to tackle ransomware groups. Days later, US president Joe Biden met with Russian president Vladimir Putin, where an extradition process to bring Russian cy...
US To Miss July 4 Goal Of One Covid Shot For 70% Adults: White House
"We think it'll take a few extra weeks to get to 70 percent of all adults with at least one shot," said Jeffrey Zients, head of the White House Covid response team.
Trust in news has grown in the UK during pandemic, research shows
Trust in news coverage has grown in the UK with the public appetite for reliable reporting increasing during the pandemic, research suggests.
Why Biden's Effort to Forge a United Front with EU Against China is a Rather Steep Challenge
Although the Biden administration is trying to reassure the EU about Washington's commitment to transatlantic values, mutual distrust and differences still persist, undermining the White House's idea of forming a united front against Chi...
WHO epidemiologist warns future ‘constellation of mutations’ could challenge Covid vaccine effectiveness
Even with more people getting inoculated against Covid-19, a WHO epidemiologist has warned that new vaccines and continued “measures” will be needed to tackle any future “constellation of mutations”.
Russia Bans US NGO Bard College After Labelling It "Undesirable"
Russia said in April it would end the activity of US funds and NGOs which it believed interfere in the country's internal affairs, in retaliation to US sanctions.
Images of the Week: Louis Vuitton Presents Their New Collection in Paris
Plus, Dr. Jill Biden and President Joe Biden met Queen Elizabeth II for tea.
US Says Preparing New Russia Sanctions Over Kremlin Critic Poisoning
"We are preparing another package of sanctions to apply in this case as well," US President Joe Biden's national security advisor Jake Sullivan said.
Photos Of How People Celebrated Juneteenth 100 Years Ago
Juneteenth is now a federal holiday. How have Americans been celebrating it since the end of the Civil War?
EU and US reach deal to end Airbus-Boeing trade dispute
The trade dispute skyrocketed under the Trump administration and saw tit-for-tat duties slapped on a range of companies that have nothing to do with aircraft production
Chinese Apps Could Face Subpoenas Or Bans Under Biden Order
The goal is to keep foreign adversaries like China and Russia from gaining access to large amounts of personal and proprietary business information.
Russia Ready For Further Dialogue If US Is Willing: Vladimir Putin
Vladimir Putin met US President Joe Biden on Wednesday.
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