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Iran's supreme leader account posts warning to Trump

Middle East News: TEHRAN: Iran's supreme leader's office has posted a photomontage of former US president Donald Trump playing golf under the shadow of a warplane along.

'Navalny planned protests to force Kremlin for release'

Rest of World News: MOSCOW: Before he returned to Russia, opposition politician Alexei Navalny and his supporters had anticipated he would be arrested and planned to forc.

Bangladesh PM Hasina thanks PM Modi for Covid vaccine gift

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has thanked her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi for sending over two million doses of Covid-19 vaccine as a gift to Bangladesh. "I thank Prime Minister Narendra Modi for sending the vaccine (batch) as a gift," Hasina said at an online international conference held on the occasion of the 100th founding anniversary of the University of Dhaka on Thursday.

Biden to sign order to increase pandemic-related food aid

Joe Biden, who has proposed a $1.9 trillion stimulus package, is using the two orders to try to ease the burden on people while the legislation is negotiated in Congress. He has made fighting the pandemic an early focus of his new administration.

'Guterres saddened by loss of life in fire at Serum Institute'

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres is saddened by the loss of life in a fire at the Serum Institute of India facility in Pune and hopes that the incident is fully investigated, his spokesperson has said. Five men died after a fire broke out in a five-storeyed under-construction building in the Serum Institute of India's Manjari premises in Pune on Thursday, police said.

After Trump setbacks, Kim Jong Un starts over with Biden

Last year was a disaster for North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. He helplessly watched his country's already battered economy decay further amid pandemic border closures while brooding over the collapse of made-for-TV summits with former President Donald Trump that failed to lift crippling sanctions from his country.

Death toll from Covid in Germany surpasses 50k

Europe News: BERLIN: The number of people, who have died of the coronavirus in Germany, has risen by 859 to 50,642 within the past 24 hours, the Robert Koch Instit.

Brazil awaiting 2 mn vaccine doses from India

Rest of World News: BRASILIA: The Brazilian government said Thursday that a shipment of two million doses of the British AstraZeneca-Oxford Covid-19 vaccine was finally s.

Facebook's oversight board to decide on Trump's ban

US News: WASHINGTON: Facebook has asked its independent experts to take a decision on continuation of its ban on former US President Donald Trump.

'US seeks 5-year extension of nuclear pact with Russia'

US News: WASHINGTON: The United States seeks a five-year extension of the New START treaty, the White House has said, asserting that President Joe Biden has lo.

Saudi Arabia redefines role as world’s defender of Muslims

The Saudi world view is being shaped more by hard-nosed business calculations, shifting geopolitical realities and the emergence of clean energy as a competitor to oil while facing a challenge from Turkey for leadership of the Sunni Muslim sphere.

Biden orders masks, travel clampdown in new war on Covid

President Joe Biden on Thursday tightened mask wearing rules and ordered quarantine for people flying into the United States, as he got to work on tackling the coronavirus pandemic on his first full day in power.

A changed climate: US rejoins Paris pact

US News: WASHINGTON: President Biden on Wednesday recommitted the US to the Paris climate pact, the international accord designed to avert catastrophic global .

Too early to say when Covid lockdown will end: UK PM

It is too early to say when the national coronavirus lockdown in England will end, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Thursday, as daily deaths from Covid-19 reach new highs and hospitals become increasingly stretched.

At least 15 killed, 11 injured in nursing home fire in Ukraine

The fire broke out in the afternoon on the second floor of the two-storey building. There were 33 people inside, the service said. The service published a photo of the building with bars on the windows of the first floor. Smoke could be seen billowing out of broken windows of the second floor.
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