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Trump's campaign denies a model's sexual assault allegations in 1997

  • Sep 18, 2020

As only a few weeks left for the US election, a former model, Amy Dorris, on Thursday made allegations against the US President Donald Trump of sexual assault in New York at the US Open tennis tournament in 1997. However, Trump's ca

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Trump called 'demented' after blaming 'blue states' for coronavirus death toll

  • Sep 18, 2020

President Donald Trump is facing backlash after blaming blue states for the corona

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The United States Designates Hizballah Companies and Official

  • Sep 17, 2020

Lebanon’s political leaders have long exploited the lack of transparency in Lebanon’s economy to conceal their self-enrichment while pretending they are defending the rights of their people.  Despite its claims to the contrary, the terrorist group Hizballah is every bit as involved in this deception

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The United States Sanctions Cyber Actors Backed by Iranian Intelligence Ministry

  • Sep 17, 2020

The Islamic Republic of Iran is one of the world’s leading threats to cybersecurity and human rights online.  Today, the United States is sanctioning the Iranian cyber threat group Advanced Persistent Threat 39 (APT39), 45 associated individuals, and a front company, Rana Intelligence Company (Ran

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Moderna plans to seek emergency authorization if COVID-19 vaccine proves 70 percent effective

  • Sep 17, 2020

Moderna Inc company plans to seek emergency authorization for its use if the COVID-19 vaccine proves to be at least 70 percent effective, the company's chief executive told Reuters. Moderna's vaccine candidate - mRNA-1273 - is nearing the fini

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WHO slams Trump saying that the pandemic should not be made into a "political football"

  • Sep 17, 2020

World Health Organisation's top emergency expert Mike Ryan stressed the need for countries to have "consistent messaging" for the public in order to combat the coronavirus pandemic effectively.  In an increasing sign of WHO's un

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Worldwide coronavirus cases soon to surpass 30 million

  • Sep 17, 2020

The worldwide coronavirus pandemic has now infected more than 29 million people and the numbers are expected to pass 30 million, with 9.39 lakh people succumbing to the virus that was first reported in late December 2019. According to Johns Hopkins Un

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Trump administration agrees to in-person election threat briefings to congress

  • Sep 17, 2020

The Trump administration has agreed to give in-person details on the threats encountered by the US Presidential election to key members of Congress.  Earlier, the administration had said that they will only provide such briefings in writing. 

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Japan: Yoshihide Suga formally elected as Japan's new prime minister

  • Sep 16, 2020

Japan's parliament on Wednesday formally elected the ruling party president Yoshihide Suga as the country's new prime minister. After the votes were counted, lower house speaker Tadamori Oshima said "According to the results, our house h

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