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U.S. announces next steps to withdraw from WHO

Washington seeks new health partners The U.S. State Department made a comment on the decision to withdraw from the World Health Organization. “The United States has long been the most generous provider of medical and humanitarian assistance to people around the world. This assistance is provided with the support of U.S. taxpayers with reasonable expectations that it serves… Read More »

Will a President Biden Become America’s ‘Putin?

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security did not distribute an intelligence document warning law enforcement agencies about the alleged Russian scheme to spread allegations about the unhealthy psyche of presidential candidate Joe Biden, ABC News reported, citing a draft document at his disposal. It is reported that the draft document titled “Russia is likely to slander the health… Read More »

Trump wins election race on European betting exchange

Trump overtakes Biden in Betfair stock trading U.S. President Donald Trump overtook his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, to become the favorite of the pre-election race on the European Betfair Betting Exchange, the exchange reported on Wednesday. According to Betfair, based on a comparative analysis of the bets made, Trump’s odds are rated as equal, and Biden’s numbers are… Read More »

Primaries: Sen. Ed Markey defeated Joe Kennedy III in Massachusetts

Democratic primaries have also taken place in several other states Sen. Ed Markey won the Democratic primary on Tuesday, ahead of Massachusetts Rep. Joe Kennedy III. Kennedy, 39, tried to prove that 74-year-old Markey, who had long served in Congress, was disconnected from modern realities. At a late stage of the campaign, Kennedy was endorsed by House Speaker… Read More »

Trump on Wednesday declares Wilmington a World War II legacy city

Presidential visit to Wilmington includes a visit to North Carolina battleship President Donald Trump visits the town of Wilmington in North Carolina on Wednesday. The visit is timed to coincide with the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II. As previously reported, the president will declare Wilmington a World War II heritage city, meet with veterans,… Read More »

Beahan warns of “significant consequences” of Russia’s intervention in Belarus

According to the diplomat, this could further worsen relations between Moscow and Washington U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Bigan warned that Russia’s military intervention in Belarus would have a “very negative” impact on Moscow’s relations with the United States and European countries. Bigan told Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty that while the U.S. does not see the events… Read More »

Mnuchin considers second round of COVID-19 aid needed

The Finance Minister noted that despite the signs of economic recovery, the country is far from a successful January situation WASHINGTON – U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says a second round of major aid to deal with the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic is “still needed” even as the U.S. economy shows signs of recovery. Mnuchin’s statement… Read More »

U.S. bombed ship in Pacific Ocean

The attack of at least three anti-ship cruise missiles, believed to be the RGM-84 Harpoon, on the decommissioned 1994 Amphibious-class amphibious assault ship Charleston of the U.S. Navy was caught on video. The corresponding video is published by The Drive in The War zone According to The Drive, the video shows “the rocket sliding directly above the waves… Read More »

U.S. will not participate in COVAX project to develop coronavirus vaccine

The United States does not want to be constrained by international organizations under the influence of the “corrupt World Health Organization,” said White House press secretary Judd Deere The United States will not participate in COVAX’s international initiative to develop, manufacture, and distribute a new type of coronavirus vaccine. As The Washington Post reported on Tuesday, White House… Read More »