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Sunday, January 17, 2021

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  • Man holding Confederate flag during U.S. Capitol riot arrested

    Man holding Confederate flag during U.S. Capitol riot arrested

    Washington, January 15.- The man photographed carrying a Confederate battle flag inside the U.S. Capitol during last week’s mob attack on the building in Washington, DC has been arrested.

  • Trump imposes more sanctions on Iran in dying days of administration

    Trump imposes more sanctions on Iran in dying days of administration

    Washington, January 14. -In its final days in power, the hawkish administration of lame-duck U.S. President Donald Trump has imposed new sanctions on Iranian foundations.  Washington on Wednesday blacklisted two Iranian foundations and their subsidies, claiming the institutions kept the ownership over large parts of the country’s economy.

  • Zarif says Pompeo's accusations are warmongering lies

    Zarif says Pompeo's accusations are warmongering lies

    Tehran, January 13.- Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says his U.S. counterpart is marking the twilight of his already “disastrous” career with a pathetic end by resorting to more baseless warmongering lies about Iran and other countries.   “From designating Cuba to fictitious Iran 'declassifications' and AQ (al-Qaeda) claims, Mr. 'we lie, cheat, steal' is pathetically ending his disastrous career with more warmongering lies,” Zarif wrote on Twitter on Tuesday.

  • U.S. prosecutors say Honduran president took bribes from drug traffickers

    U.S. prosecutors say Honduran president took bribes from drug traffickers

    New York, January 12.- Federal prosecutors in the United States are accusing Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández of taking bribes from drug traffickers and ordering local armed forces to protect cocaine labs and shipments. 

  • U.S. congressman warns Trump ‘still has access to the nuclear codes'

    U.S. congressman warns Trump ‘still has access to the nuclear codes'

    Washington, January 11 - Democratic Congressman Hakeem Jeffries from New York has said that President Donald Trump remains an “existential threat” to the United States despite the imminent end of his presidency on January 20th.

  • Syrian air defenses thwart another Israeli aggression

    Syrian air defenses thwart another Israeli aggression

    Damascus, January 7.- Syria’s air defenses have thwarted an Israeli missile attack on southern Damascus, shooting down most of the missiles.  The Israeli missiles had flown over the Syrian Golan Heights before being shot down by the Syrian air defenses over the capital, Syria’s official news agency SANA reported on Wednesday night.

  • U.S. Congress certifies Biden election victory hours after Capitol assault

    U.S. Congress certifies Biden election victory hours after Capitol assault

    Washington, January 7.- The U.S. Congress has certified Joe Biden as the next president of the country, hours after supporters of outgoing President Donald Trump attacked the Capitol in a move that left the nation and the world astonished.

  • UN concerned about violent events in US Capitol

    UN concerned about violent events in US Capitol

    United Nations, January 7.- UN authorities are concerned with the recent violent riots that were carried out by supporters of US President Donald Trump, who broke into the headquarters of Congress in Washington.

  • Ethiopia plans to eliminate malaria by 2030

    Ethiopia plans to eliminate malaria by 2030

    Addis Ababa, Jan 6.- As it fight Covid-19 today, Ethiopia has defined a roadmap and will work to eliminate malaria in 10 years, a disease considered endemic in about three quarters of its territory.

  • Ten ex-Pentagon chiefs warn Trump over agenda to overturn election results

    Ten ex-Pentagon chiefs warn Trump over agenda to overturn election results

    Washington, Jan 5.- Ten former chiefs of the U.S. Department of Defense have warned outgoing President Donald Trump over his attempts to overturn the results of the presidential election through the use of U.S. military.