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Biden's US pins its hopes on COVID-19 for global image

The COVID-19 crisis has probably been the most significant and consequential public health crisis the world has faced in the past century. Since the 1917 Spanish flu, this is the first time that the world has dealt a crisis of …

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Trump discussing resumption of MAGA rallies

Former US President Trump is discussing the possibility of resuming his signature Make America Great Again rallies as he seeks to remain a part of the political conversation while out of office and silenced on Twitter, The Hill reports. …

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What means Israel's 'controlled escalation'

The tough stance of the Trump administration against the nuclear deal with Iran has now morphed and changed into the Americans feeling their way back to the deal. A day after an April 6 Red Sea attack attributed to Israel’s naval commando on the Iranian military vessel the MV Saviz, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made this amazing declaration at a ceremony marking Holocaust Remembrance Day: “To our good friends as well, I say, 'The deal with Iran that poses and threatens our destruction will not obligate us.'” History, Netanyahu added, has taught Israel that such agreements are worthless. “There is only one thing that we will be committed to: deterring all those who wish to annihilate us from achieving their goal," he warned

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Trump hints at White House run in 2024

Former U.S. President Donald Trump hinted that he may run for the White House in 2024, saying his supporters should have "hope." Trump was interviewed by Lara Trump, his daughter in law, for her  where she asked him about …

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Trump launches new website for supporters

Former U.S. President Trump and former first lady Melania Trump have launched a website meant to allow supporters to request their participation in events, submit letters and ask for personalized greetings. A brief …

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How Iran’s resistance economy works

When Joe Biden’s election as U.S. president was certified in January, Iran’s currency appreciated against the dollar by 20 percent. A Biden victory, many Iranians hoped, would mean a return to the 2015 nuclear deal and an end to the “maximum pressure” campaign that had made the global economic crisis accompanying the coronavirus pandemic immeasurably worse for ordinary Iranians, Foreign Affairs writes

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10 years of war in Syria: what changed

As Syria's deadly civil war marks a grim 10-year milestone, Russia is opening the door for potential cooperation with a new U.S. administration struggling to reorient after a series of mission shifts has left Washington outpaced by other foreign powers active in the country, Newsweek writes. "There is an urgent need for the international community to put aside politically motivated aspirations and join efforts to help the Syrians rebuild their country heavily damaged by the war," the Russian embassy in Washington told Newsweek

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Pompeo teases potential run for U.S. president

Former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo declined to rule out a run for the White House if former President Donald Trump does not seek the office in 2024, telling Fox News' "Hannity" he was "always up …

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Trump says he may run for President in 2024

Former U.S. President Trump said he may run for president a third time in 2024, and said the Supreme Court "should be ashamed of themselves" for refusing to overturn President Joe Biden’s victory. Trump spoke for well …

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Trump: Biden makes U.S. to rely on Russian oil

Former U.S. President Donald Trump announced that under current leader Joe Biden, the United States will be relying on Russia and the middle East for oil. In his first speech since leaving the White House Trump clarified that the …

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Iran is determined to develop its missile programme

Since the election of Joe Biden as US president, there has been much discussion over whether and how his administration may rejoin the Iran nuclear deal, Middle East Eye informs. According to Secretary of State Antony Blinken, “if Iran comes back into full compliance with its obligations under the [deal], the United States would do the same thing and then we would use that as a platform to build, with our allies and partners … a longer and stronger agreement and to deal with a number of other issues that are deeply problematic in the relationship with Iran”

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