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“Set Of Baseless Accusations”: Russia Slams Report On Putin’s Role In US Polls

A 15-page American intelligence report added heft to longstanding allegations that some of Trump's top lieutenants were playing into Moscow's hands. <!-- --> Russia...

China Is Acting Aggressively And Repressively In Asia: Antony Blinken

China's extensive territorial claims in the East and South China Seas have become a priority issue in an increasingly testy Sino-U.S. relationship and...

Harry, William’s First Talks After Tell-All “Not Productive”: Report

At an engagement last Thursday, Prince William said he had not yet spoken to his brother but intended to do so, telling reporters:...

China To Issue Visas To Foreigners Who Have Taken Chinese-Made Covid Jab

The country has been closed to most foreigners since last March to stem the spread of the coronavirus, which it has largely brought...

Kamala Harris Makes UN Debut, Pledges To Fight For Women, Democracy

The United States would work to improve both, Harris said in a video statement to the 65th Commission on the Status of Women....

Russia, Iran Targeted 2020 US Election: Report

"Broad Russian and Iranian campaigns targeting multiple critical infrastructure sectors did compromise the security of several networks that managed some election functions," the...

French PM Vows To “Quickly” Get AstraZeneca Shot Amid Concerns

France, Germany and several other EU countries have suspended the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine. <!-- --> "It would be wise if I was...

Joe Biden To Hold First Press Conference Of Presidency March 25: White House

The White House says that Joe Biden has frequently answered questions in informal settings instead. <!-- --> The press conference on March 25 will...

Uber Grants UK Drivers Worker Status In World First After Court Defeat

Weeks after a top court ruling that could shake up Britain's wider "gig economy" of 5.5 million people, Uber said its drivers would...

Not Allowing Same-Sex Marriage Is “Unconstitutional”: Japan Court

The ruling, the first in Japan on the legality of same-sex marriages, is a major symbolic victory in a country where the constitution...