Biden pledges support to those affected by the snowstorm in Texas
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Biden pledges support to those affected by the snowstorm in Texas

US President Joe Biden visited Texas on Friday to see the recovery effort from an…

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Khashoggi ban: US to impose visa ban on 76 Saudi citizens
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Khashoggi ban: US to impose visa ban on 76 Saudi citizens

US President Joe Biden has warned Saudi Arabia “the rules are changing” in their relationship.…

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Front-line health workers in South Korea to receive first jabs
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Front-line health workers in South Korea to receive first jabs

South Korea has started its vaccination campaign against COVID-19, with the first doses going to…

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US conservative conference: Trump still looms large despite impeachment
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US conservative conference: Trump still looms large despite impeachment

A fractured US Republican Party is considering its future direction at an annual meeting of…

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Killings in Axum by Eritrea troops ‘may amount to war crimes’
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Killings in Axum by Eritrea troops ‘may amount to war crimes’

Eritrean soldiers have been accused of killing hundreds of Ethiopian civilians in a 24-hour massacre…

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UN general assembly addresses Myanmar military coup
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UN general assembly addresses Myanmar military coup

Myanmar’s ambassador to the United Nations has made an emotional appeal on behalf of the…

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Sri Lanka finally lifts ban on burial of COVID victims
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Sri Lanka finally lifts ban on burial of COVID victims

Sri Lanka’s government says it will no longer force Muslims and Christians to cremate the…

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Mexico abortions: Pro-choice activists lead social media campaign
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Mexico abortions: Pro-choice activists lead social media campaign

Activists in Mexico are turning to social media to offer access to abortions. It is…

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Australia: The battle to get Big Tech to pay for news | The Listening Post
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Australia: The battle to get Big Tech to pay for news | The Listening Post

This past week, the Australian government passed a law called the News Media Bargaining Code…

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Can Armenia’s prime minister survive the political crisis?
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Can Armenia’s prime minister survive the political crisis?

Armenia’s prime minister has faced months of protests and several attempts in parliament to dismiss…

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