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15 January

The government of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, in full force, resigns because of the scandal with child benefits. The Dutch Broadcasting Corporation reported it on Friday. According to the TV channel, Prime Minister Mark Rutte will soon submit an official resignation to King Willem-Alexander. In mid-December last year, a parliamentary committee published the results […]

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15 January

The rehearsal for the inauguration of US President-elect Joe Biden was postponed for security reasons. This is reported by the publication Politico, citing sources familiar with the situation. The rehearsal, originally scheduled for Sunday, January 17, was postponed to Monday, the interlocutors told the publication. Biden’s inauguration will take place on January 20. On January […]

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14 January

China is testing an experimental section of a smart road designed to work with uncrewed vehicles. About the work of Huawei in this direction reports Bloomberg. Huawei is working on an experimental four-kilometer stretch of road in China’s Jiangsu Province. Free buses run through it. Cars receive information about the traffic situation from the on-board […]

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14 January

Last week, 965,000 people applied for benefits. The number of applications for unemployment benefits in the United States rose sharply last week, the Labor Department said on Thursday. Last week, 965,000 people applied for benefits, which is 181,000 more than the revised figure for the week before last. This is the highest figure in several […]

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13 January

The agency’s sources said that a report is expected to appear this week, which will indicate the companies involved in the construction of the gas pipeline. The State Department earlier this month warned European companies it suspects of helping build Russia’s “Nord stream-2” gas pipeline that sanctions could be imposed on them. Meanwhile, the outgoing […]

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12 January

In China, they reacted to the statements of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson about those responsible for the coronavirus pandemic. Bloomberg reports this. Earlier, the head of the British government blamed traditional medicine using pangolins for the COVID-19 pandemic. The British edition of the Daily Mail saw in his words a “thinly veiled criticism” of […]

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12 January

It is planned to put into circulation doses of the vaccine, postponed for repeated vaccinations. The Trump administration plans to release doses of the coronavirus vaccine that have been delayed for repeated vaccinations, and recommends that states offer them to all Americans over the age of 65, Health Secretary Alex Azar said on ABC on […]

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12 January

Iranian fighter Mehdi Al Husseini was sentenced to death under the talion principle, Marca reports. The 29-year-old athlete was found guilty of murder. In 2015, another young man was killed in a fight with Al Husseini. The Iranian court allowed the relatives of the deceased to implement the principle of equal retribution. The fighter was […]

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12 January

A White House statement called Jordan “one of the most influential congressmen of his generation.” On Monday, US President Donald Trump will present the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Congressman Jim Jordan, the press service of the White House reported. Jordan was elected to the Ohio House of Representatives in 1994 and 8 years later […]

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12 January

The United States has included Cuba in the list of countries that sponsor terrorism, said US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. “The US State Department has listed Cuba as a state sponsor of terrorism for repeatedly supporting acts of international terrorism and harboring terrorists,” Pompeo said in a statement released by the State Department. By […]

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