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Donald Trump directs Chinese company ByteDance to divest US TikTok operations interests in 90 days
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Donald Trump directs Chinese company ByteDance to divest US TikTok operations interests in 90 days

It remains unclear what the TikTok orders mean for the app's 100 million US users, many of them teens or young adults

Israel agrees to halt further annexation of Palestine under 'historic' US-brokered deal with UAE
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Israel agrees to halt further annexation of Palestine under 'historic' US-brokered deal with UAE

Establishing diplomatic ties between Israel and Washington's West Asia allies, including the wealthy conservative monarchies, is a key goal of Donald Trump's strategy in the region

'US crying for leadership': Kamala Harris, in first address with Joe Biden, vows to end Donald Trump's presidency
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'US crying for leadership': Kamala Harris, in first address with Joe Biden, vows to end Donald Trump's presidency

Kamala Harris left little doubt of her determination to go on the attack, saying the US president 'just isn't up for the job'

Joe Biden 'nailed the decision' by picking Kamala Harris to be his running mate, says Obama
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Joe Biden 'nailed the decision' by picking Kamala Harris to be his running mate, says Obama

55-year-old Harris, currently a Senator from California, is the first Black woman to compete on a major party's presidential ticket in US

Kozhikode plane crash: Air India Express says 85 recovered passengers discharged from hospitals
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Kozhikode plane crash: Air India Express says 85 recovered passengers discharged from hospitals

The Centre had earlier said that 149 people had been admitted to hospitals, 23 were discharged, and three were critically injured

Russia's Sputnik V: Germany, India, US, even fellow Russians skeptical of COVID-19 vaccine
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Russia's Sputnik V: Germany, India, US, even fellow Russians skeptical of COVID-19 vaccine

The director of AIIMS Delhi said 'If Russia’s vaccine is successful, then we will have to see critically whether it is safe and effective.'

Trump announces sixth vaccine contract for US, for 100 mn doses of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine
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Trump announces sixth vaccine contract for US, for 100 mn doses of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine

As per the contract, the US has secured 100 million doses as soon as the vaccine is approved, and another 500 million not long after.

One dead, 4 severely injured after gas explosion in US' Baltimore; rescue and relief ops underway
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One dead, 4 severely injured after gas explosion in US' Baltimore; rescue and relief ops underway

Dozens of firefighters converged on the scene, where the natural gas explosion reduced to the row houses to piles of rubble

US Election 2020: In Ohio, Donald Trump claims Joe Biden is 'against God'
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US Election 2020: In Ohio, Donald Trump claims Joe Biden is 'against God'

He also reminded voters of the economic prosperity before the coronavirus pandemic

China sentences third Canadian to death on drug charges amid sour ties between Beijing and Ottawa
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China sentences third Canadian to death on drug charges amid sour ties between Beijing and Ottawa

Relations between China and Canada have soured over the arrest of Meng Wanzhou, an executive and the daughter of the founder of Chinese tech giant Huawei, at Vancouver’s airport in late 2018

'Cultural exchange' or propaganda?: Centre reviews China's Confucius Institutes amid global concern
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'Cultural exchange' or propaganda?: Centre reviews China's Confucius Institutes amid global concern

India has joined a long list of countries in which concerns have been raised about whether such institutes are propaganda arms of the Chinese State

US Health Secretary Alex Azar to visit Taiwan soon; move likely to worsen friction with China for Washington, Taipei
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US Health Secretary Alex Azar to visit Taiwan soon; move likely to worsen friction with China for Washington, Taipei

Azar’s will be the highest-level visit by a US Cabinet official since the break in diplomatic ties between Washington and Taipei in 1979

Irksome in Iceland, brusque in Britain? Politically connected 'non-career' US envoys draw ire
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Irksome in Iceland, brusque in Britain? Politically connected 'non-career' US envoys draw ire

Most recently, US Ambassador Jeffery Ross Gunter has left the locals aghast with his ad looking for armed bodyguards in to Iceland, the most peaceful country in the world

Afghan military retakes control of Jalalabad prison from Islamic State militants; 29 dead, 50 injured
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Afghan military retakes control of Jalalabad prison from Islamic State militants; 29 dead, 50 injured

Following a battle that started on Sunday and continued till Monday afternoon, Afghan security forces seized a prison which is holding hundreds of Islamic State militants

Three killed, 24 injured as suicide car bomb and gunmen attack prison in east Afghanistan
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Three killed, 24 injured as suicide car bomb and gunmen attack prison in east Afghanistan

The gunbattle between Afghan security forces and insurgents in Jalalabad, the capital of Nangarhar province, was still ongoing on Sunday evening and casualties are likely to rise, official said

Donald Trump faces rare rebuke from Republican leaders for proposing delay in 2020 presidential polls
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Donald Trump faces rare rebuke from Republican leaders for proposing delay in 2020 presidential polls

The top Republicans in the House and Senate, who have spent the past four years championing Trump in Congress, also distanced themselves from the notion of a delayed election

Americans will have access to COVID-19 vaccine in reasonable time, Anthony Fauci tells US lawmakers
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Americans will have access to COVID-19 vaccine in reasonable time, Anthony Fauci tells US lawmakers

Fauci, US' top infectious disease official, said a quarter-million people have expressed interest in taking part in studies of experimental vaccines for COVID-19

US Census head says Donald Trump memo doesn't change bureau's policy to 'count everyone'
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US Census head says Donald Trump memo doesn't change bureau's policy to 'count everyone'

“We will continue full steam ahead with our mission of counting every person," US Census Bureau director Steven Dillingham said in prepared remarks for a congressional hearing Wednesday

Donald Trump's national security advisor Robert O'Brien tests COVID-19 positive
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Donald Trump's national security advisor Robert O'Brien tests COVID-19 positive

A White House official told reporters that O’Brien’s daughter also has the virus, and that is how he was likely to have been exposed

US dispatches special envoy to Afghanistan to push Taliban, Kabul for peace talks
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US dispatches special envoy to Afghanistan to push Taliban, Kabul for peace talks

The United States is drawing down its troops in Afghanistan under an agreement struck in February with the Taliban.