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About 2 hours ago

Parler loses bid to require Amazon to restore service

A US judge on Thursday rejected Parler’s demand that Amazon.com Inc. restore web hosting services for the social media platform, which Amazon had cut off following the Jan. 6 storming of the US Capitol. US District Judge Barbara Rothstein in Seattle said Parler was unlikely to prove Amazon breached its contract or violated antitrust law by suspending service on Jan. 10, and that it was 'not a close call.' She also forcefully ...
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About 3 hours ago

EU leaders 'relieved' to see back of Trump

Jerome Hughes Press TV, Brussels EU leaders have agreed that COVID-19, climate change, trade and security should take center stage as the bloc is moving to rebuild relations with the United States. These ties were badly damaged under the presidency of Donald Trump. Brussels and Washington will also attempt to preserve the Iran nuclear deal now that Joe Biden has taken office. Key figures in the EU have been heaping praise ...
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About 3 hours ago

McConnell proposes delaying Trump's impeachment trial until February

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is proposing that former President Donald Trump's impeachment trial be delayed until mid-February. The request comes after Democrats said Thursday that the House of Representatives could send the impeachment charge to the Senate as early as Friday. US House opens Donald Trump's impeachment session The US House of Representatives has opened a historic session on the second impeachment of President Donald Trump. Last week, the US House ...
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About 5 hours ago

Europe seeks new US ties

Amina Taylor Press TV, London Donald Trump’s time in the Oval office strained once close ties with old allies - none more so than Washington’s links with Europe. But how can Britain and the EU reset the once 'special relationship’ with new President Joe Biden’s administration? After four years of international uncertainty and one of the most unstable tenures in modern political history, it was time for the 46th president of ...
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About 7 hours ago

Biden seeks 5-year extension of New START arms treaty with Russia

US President Joe Biden plans to extend a key nuclear arms control treaty between the United States and Russia for another five years, according to the White House. The New START treaty signed for a 10-year period in 2011 to limit the world’s two largest nuclear arsenals is due to expire on Feb. 5, but the Biden administration is seeking to keep the pact alive. "The President has long been clear that ...
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About 10 hours ago

‘US military transfers hundreds of troops from Iraq to NE Syria’

As part of Washington’s attempts to wrest further control over oil reserves in Syria and plunder natural resources there, the US military has reportedly transferred hundreds of troops from Iraq to Syria’s energy-rich northeastern province of Hasakah. Syria’s state-run television network reported that 200 troops were flown to US bases in the town of al-Shaddadi onboard helicopters on Thursday. The town is located about 60 kilometers south of the provincial capital city ...
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About 10 hours ago

Leader's letter to the youth in Europe and N America is 'clarion call'

American Professor Dennis Etler has said that Leader of the Islamic Revolution 'Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei's letter to the youth in Europe and North America, written 5 years ago today, continues to resonate and reverberate.' In January 2015, Ayatollah Khamenei sent a letter to the youth in Europe and North America, urging them to study about Islam and to get firsthand information about it before accepting their governments’ propaganda. 'I would like ...
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About 10 hours ago

Israel threatens to cut ties with Biden if he returns to JCPOA

A new report cites a 'very senior Israeli official' as saying that the occupying regime would start snubbing the US if it reentered a 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and world powers that was ditched by the previous American administration. 'If Biden adopts [former US president, Barack] Obama’s plan, we will have nothing to talk about with him,' the regime’s Channel 12 reported on Wednesday, citing the unnamed official. Although the channel ...
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About 11 hours ago

FBI offers $75,000 reward for US Capitol pipe bomb suspect

The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has offered a $75,000 reward for help in identifying the person who placed two pipe bombs during the January 6 violence on the US Capitol, where several people were killed. The suspect was seen in a security video wearing a loose grey hoodie and black gloves and his/her face was covered by a coronavirus mask. The person is suspected to have planted the bombs at ...
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