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Narendra Modi in Rome: What the prime minister can expect when he meets Pope Francis
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Narendra Modi in Rome: What the prime minister can expect when he meets Pope Francis

During his two-day visit, Modi will be visiting Pope Francis at the Vatican, a first since he took office in 2014

Antony Blinken defends Afghanistan drawdown, says no evidence staying longer would have made any difference
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Antony Blinken defends Afghanistan drawdown, says no evidence staying longer would have made any difference

Had US not followed through with the previous dispensation’s commitment, attacks on US forces and allies would have resumed and Taliban's assault on Afghanistan would have commenced, he argued

Anthony Blinken tells irate lawmakers that US had prepared for worst-case scenarios in Afghanistan
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Anthony Blinken tells irate lawmakers that US had prepared for worst-case scenarios in Afghanistan

Republican lawmakers, seeing a vulnerability for Biden, have portrayed the pullout as chaotic and accused the president of abandoning Americans to the fate of the Taliban

Keeping America's promise of protection: US soldier races against time to save Afghan translator
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Keeping America's promise of protection: US soldier races against time to save Afghan translator

Spencer Sullivan was determined to help Abdulhaq Sodais after his other translator Sayed Masoud was killed by the Taliban while he waited for a US visa for four years

Cannes Film Festival 2021: Jury president Spike Lee denounces authoritarian regimes, says ‘world is still run by gangsters’
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Cannes Film Festival 2021: Jury president Spike Lee denounces authoritarian regimes, says ‘world is still run by gangsters’

Ahead of the Cannes 2021 opening night screening of Annette, Spike Lee and other jury members addressed a press conference.

USA Today fights FBI subpoena seeking records on readers of Florida shooting story
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USA Today fights FBI subpoena seeking records on readers of Florida shooting story

The news comes as the Justice Department has disclosed in recent weeks that it seized the email and phone records of reporters in at least three separate instances during the Trump administration.

Washington Post says Trump Justice Department secretly obtained reporters’ records
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Washington Post says Trump Justice Department secretly obtained reporters’ records

The records’ seizure was approved by Justice Department leadership last year.

Ira Rosen's Ticking Clock review: A revealing portrait of American television’s most famous news show, 60 Minutes
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Ira Rosen's Ticking Clock review: A revealing portrait of American television’s most famous news show, 60 Minutes

In anecdotes and conversations, Rosen offers an engaging tutorial on how 60 Minutes’ signature high-quality mini-documentaries are produced.

Myanmar coup 'a Cabinet reshuffle', says Chinese state media, urges all parties to resolve differences
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Myanmar coup 'a Cabinet reshuffle', says Chinese state media, urges all parties to resolve differences

The Global Times quoted unnamed experts as saying the generals' power-grab could be seen as "an adjustment to the country's dysfunctional power structure"

Joe Biden unveils $1.9-trillion coronavirus plan to speed up vaccines, mitigate pandemic’s economic impact
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Joe Biden unveils $1.9-trillion coronavirus plan to speed up vaccines, mitigate pandemic’s economic impact

The plan also provides $50 billion to expand testing, while around $130 billion will be allocated to help schools reopen without risking further contagion

Donald Trump pressures Georgia official to ‘find votes’ to overturn Joe Biden’s victory in state
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Donald Trump pressures Georgia official to ‘find votes’ to overturn Joe Biden’s victory in state

Trump argued on the phone call that results could be changed, even mentioning the mysterious appearance of hundreds of thousands of ballots in Fulton County, a claim officials denied

Joe Biden, Kamala Harris to take oath outside Capitol amid ‘extremely limited footprint, reimagined parade’
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Joe Biden, Kamala Harris to take oath outside Capitol amid ‘extremely limited footprint, reimagined parade’

With Washington's main convention center now a COVID-19 hospital, it is unclear whether events, such as inaugural balls or luncheon with members of Congress, will happen this time

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris named Time magazine’s 2020 Persons of the Year
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Joe Biden and Kamala Harris named Time magazine’s 2020 Persons of the Year

The Democratic pair were chosen ahead of three other finalists — frontline health care workers and Anthony Fauci, the racial justice movement, and Donald Trump

Donald Trump, 17 states join Texas' longshot bid in SC to overturn Biden's election victory
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Donald Trump, 17 states join Texas' longshot bid in SC to overturn Biden's election victory

Texas attorney-general Ken Paxton's lawsuit demands that 62 total Electoral College votes in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin be invalidated. Legal experts dismissed the Republican's filing as the latest and perhaps longest legal shot since Election Day

Donald Trump calls Georgia guv Brian Kemp to pressure him into overturning Joe Biden's win
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Donald Trump calls Georgia guv Brian Kemp to pressure him into overturning Joe Biden's win

Trump also asked the governor to demand an audit of signatures on mail ballots, something Kemp has previously noted he has no power to do. Kemp declined the president’s entreaty, according to officials

Donald Trump continues to claim electoral victory at first post-poll rally in Georgia
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Donald Trump continues to claim electoral victory at first post-poll rally in Georgia

In a nearly two-hour speech, Trump declared he would not concede, at times sticking to his script but regularly going off-the-cuff for his more incendiary claims

Jolt for Trump administration as federal judge strikes down rules to curtail visas granted to skilled foreign workers
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Jolt for Trump administration as federal judge strikes down rules to curtail visas granted to skilled foreign workers

The US issues up to 85,000 H-1B visas each year. The new rules included imposing salary requirements on companies employing skilled overseas workers and limits on specialty occupations

'Won't change my mind on election fraud claims': Donald Trump indicates continued fight in first post-poll interview
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'Won't change my mind on election fraud claims': Donald Trump indicates continued fight in first post-poll interview

Despite Trump's unprecedented attack on the validity of the US election system, his legal team has yet to provide any evidence that stands up in court

'America is back, ready to lead the world': Joe Biden presents security and foreign policy team
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'America is back, ready to lead the world': Joe Biden presents security and foreign policy team

The US president-elect presented his picks for secretary of state, national security advisor, homeland security secretary, intelligence chief, UN ambassador, and climate change envoy

US Election 2020 Results Updates: Texas Lt Guv offers reward of up to $1 million for 'voter fraud' tips
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US Election 2020 Results Updates: Texas Lt Guv offers reward of up to $1 million for 'voter fraud' tips

Texas Lt governor Dan Patrick is just the latest in a line of Republican leaders backing the president's efforts to investigate voter fraud. No evidence has been found