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Уже 20 млн британцев получили минимум одну дозу вакцины от коронавируса

"Это - колоссальное достижение", - написал в Twitter премьер-министр Борис Джонсон, призвав сограждан прививаться, так как это поможет остав
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Уже 20 млн британцев получили минимум одну дозу вакцины от коронавируса

"Это - колоссальное достижение", - написал в Twitter премьер-министр Борис Джонсон, призвав сограждан прививаться, так как это поможет оставить позади пандемию. Население Великобритании - около 66 млн человек.

US activists condemn Boris Johnson’s voter ID plan, accuse him of copying Trump

As Boris Johnson prepares to introduce voter ID laws in the UK, US activist groups such as the ACLU have spoken out against the proposal, comparing its proponents to Donald Trump and warning it would “suppress the vote.” Read Full Article at RT.com
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US activists condemn Boris Johnson’s voter ID plan, accuse him of copying Trump

As Boris Johnson prepares to introduce voter ID laws in the UK, US activist groups such as the ACLU have spoken out against the proposal, comparing its proponents to Donald Trump and warning it would “suppress the vote.” Read Full Article at RT.com

Pakistan PM’s special adviser denies findings of US intelligence report on Khashoggi

Author: Zaynab KhojjiID: 1614519912644812900Sun, 2021-02-28 16:47 ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s special adviser on religious harmony and the Middle East has denied the findings of a US intelligence report containing an “assess
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Pakistan PM’s special adviser denies findings of US intelligence report on Khashoggi

Author: Zaynab KhojjiID: 1614519912644812900Sun, 2021-02-28 16:47 ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s special adviser on religious harmony and the Middle East has denied the findings of a US intelligence report containing an “assessment” of the Jamal Khashoggi murder case, calling it “baseless.” Saudi journalist Khashoggi was murdered in October 2018 at the Kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul, where he had gone to complete paperwork related to his divorce. “The Saudi government fulfilled the requirements of justice, and propaganda against the Kingdom’s leadership is baseless,” Tahir Ashrafi, chairman of the Pakistan Ulema Council (PUC), said during a convention in Lahore on Saturday. He expressed solidarity with the Kingdom, adding that ties between the two countries “are strong and permanent, and nothing can dent the relationship. “There has been a negative campaign against Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman since day one, but he laid down the foundations for polices of moderation in Saudi Arabia, and his Vision 2030 is for the development of the Kingdom and the entire Arab World,” Ashrafi said. The Foreign Office of Pakistan on Saturday also expressed solidarity with Saudi Arabia after the release of the report, saying that Islamabad recognized the Kingdom’s efforts to bring Khashoggi’s killers to justice. In an official statement issued in Islamabad, the Foreign Office noted that the Saudi authorities had described the killing as an “abhorrent crime” and a “flagrant violation” of the Kingdom’s laws and values. “The Saudi government has further underlined that it took all possible measures within its legal system to ensure that the individuals responsible were properly investigated, convicted and sentenced, and that justice was served,” the statement continued. “Pakistan underscores adherence to the rule of law, respect for national sovereignty, and protection and promotion of human rights by all states, in accordance with their respective constitutional frameworks and international obligations,” it added. Saudi Arabia has already rebuffed the contents of the report, saying that it “completely rejects the negative, false and unacceptable assessment in the report pertaining to the Kingdom’s leadership, and notes that the report contained inaccurate information and conclusions.” The Saudi Foreign Affairs Ministry noted that people responsible for the killing had been convicted and sentenced in Saudi courts, and that “these sentences were welcomed by the family of Jamal Khashoggi.” Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: PakistanUSSaudi ArabiaJamal Khashoggi Arab states reject US report on Khashoggi murder, ‘infringement of Saudi Arabian sovereignty’Saudi Arabia ‘completely rejects’ US report on Khashoggi murder

Saudi and Malian foreign ministers discuss strengthening ties

Author: Sun, 2021-02-28 20:24 RIYADH: Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan met Mali’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Zeini Moulaye and his accompanying delegation in Riyadh on Sunday, the Saudi Press Agency report
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Saudi and Malian foreign ministers discuss strengthening ties

Author: Sun, 2021-02-28 20:24 RIYADH: Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan met Mali’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Zeini Moulaye and his accompanying delegation in Riyadh on Sunday, the Saudi Press Agency reported. They discussed bilateral relations and ways to strengthen them for the benefit of joint interests.  Both sides also exchanged opinions and views on regional and international issues of common interest. Prince Faisal presented the Order of King Abdul Aziz with Distinguished First Class to Moulaye, in recognition of his efforts to strengthen relations between the two countries. The reception was attended by the Saudi assistant minister of state for African affairs, Dr. Sami Abdullah Al-Saleh, and the Kingdom’s ambassador to Mali, Khaled bin Mabrouk Al-Khaled. Also on Sunday, the Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Dawah and Guidance and Mali’s Ministry of Religious Affairs and Worship signed a memorandum of understanding. It was signed by the Saudi minister of Islamic affairs, dawah and guidance, Sheikh Abdullatif Al-Asheikh, and Moulaye. Al-Asheikh said the agreement aimed to communicate with Muslims around the globe, and tender much-needed help and support, especially with regards to understanding Islamic teachings, and tolerance based on moderation and balance. He noted the Kingdom’s keenness to strengthen joint cooperation with all countries to deepen the value of moderation. Moulaye praised the Kingdom’s efforts to help people without discrimination as this approach raised the banner of Islam, and the mission of peace and security, all over the world. He said the agreement would strengthen joint action for the benefit of the two countries. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Prince Faisal bin FarhanZeini MoulayemaliSaudi ArabiaOrder of King Abdulaziz United effort important for regional stability and security, says Saudi foreign ministerSaudi foreign minister receives member of Sudan’s sovereign council

Saudi and US air forces begin joint training exercise

Author: Sun, 2021-02-28 20:42 LONDON: The Royal Saudi Air Force and the US Air Force on Sunday began a joint training exercise in the west of the Kingdom, the Ministry of Defense said. The “Dragon” exercise focuses on tactical interception training
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Saudi and US air forces begin joint training exercise

Author: Sun, 2021-02-28 20:42 LONDON: The Royal Saudi Air Force and the US Air Force on Sunday began a joint training exercise in the west of the Kingdom, the Ministry of Defense said. The “Dragon” exercise focuses on tactical interception training, combat training, counterattack, and suppressing enemy air defenses. It is considered a continuation of joint cooperation between both air forces to maintain regional security and stability, the ministry said, adding: “The exercise also contributes to achieving compatibility and operational integration.” Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi ArabiaRoyal Saudi Air ForceUS Air Forcesaudi ministry of defenseDefense Saudi, US air forces train to down enemy dronesArab coalition intercepts Houthi drones, ballistic missile attack targeting Saudi Arabia

Saudi crown prince receives calls from Qatar emir, Kuwaiti counterpart

Sun, 2021-02-28 21:08 RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman received a phone call from Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported on Sunday. During the call, Prince Mohammed reassured Sheikh Tamin of his health, and
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Saudi crown prince receives calls from Qatar emir, Kuwaiti counterpart

Sun, 2021-02-28 21:08 RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman received a phone call from Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported on Sunday. During the call, Prince Mohammed reassured Sheikh Tamin of his health, and the Qatari emir “wished him continued health and wellness.” Sheikh Tamim also “affirmed Qatar’s support for all that would enhance the security, stability and sovereignty of the Kingdom,” the statement said. The two sides discussed the latest regional and international developments, and underlined their keenness to promote joint Arab and Gulf action, Qatar News Agency reported, adding that Doha considers the Kingdom’s stability as an integral part of the stability of Qatar and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). Prince Mohammed also received a similar phone call from his Kuwaiti counterpart Sheikh Meshaal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah on Sunday, SPA said. He thanked Sheikh Tamin and Sheikh Meshaal for their sincere sentiments. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Mohammed bin SalmanSheikh Meshaal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-SabahSaudi ArabiaKuwait Saudi crown prince undergoes successful appendicitis surgery WATCH: Saudi Crown Prince attends Formula E Diriyah E-Prix

More countries condemn Houthi attacks against Saudi Arabia

Author: Zaynab KhojjiID: 1614539720726412900Sun, 2021-02-28 22:18 LONDON: Jordan, the UK, the EU and Qatar joined the widespread global condemnation of attacks by an Iran-backed militia on Saudi Arabia. The Houthis in Yemen launched six drones at
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More countries condemn Houthi attacks against Saudi Arabia

Author: Zaynab KhojjiID: 1614539720726412900Sun, 2021-02-28 22:18 LONDON: Jordan, the UK, the EU and Qatar joined the widespread global condemnation of attacks by an Iran-backed militia on Saudi Arabia. The Houthis in Yemen launched six drones at the south of the Kingdom, all of which were shot down by the Arab coalition. The coalition also intercepted a ballistic missile targeting Riyadh. “The UK condemns the latest Houthi missile and drone attacks targeted at Saudi Arabia and Marib,” foreign minister Dominic Raab said. “These put innocent lives at risk, and show that those responsible are not serious about peace, let alone protecting the Yemeni people.” Jordan also condemned the “continued targeting of cities in Saudi Arabia” by the Houthis. Jordan “condemns these cowardly terrorist acts and the targeting of innocent civilians which constitute a flagrant violation of international humanitarian law,” a foreign ministry statement said. The statement said that Jordan stands with the Kingdom in the face of anything that “threatens its safety or the safety of the Saudi people.” Qatar strongly condemned the Houthi ballistic missile attack that targeted Riyadh and said it was “a dangerous act against civilians which contravenes all international norms and laws.” In a statement, Qatar’s foreign ministry reiterated the state’s firm position on rejecting violence, criminal and subversive acts regardless of the motives behind them. The EU’s ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Oman also condemned the attacks against the Kingdom. “Such attacks which are endangering civilians, increasing regional instability and delaying the prospect of a solution to the Yemen conflict must stop,” Patrick Simonnet said. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi ArabiaHouthis Houthis take 500 families hostage in Marib battleArab coalition intercepts Houthi drones, ballistic missile attack targeting Saudi Arabia

Israel expands probe into the oil spill endangering its shoreline

The oil slick, believed to have occurred earlier this month, has caused the death of at least one fin whale and six baby sea turtles
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Israel expands probe into the oil spill endangering its shoreline

The oil slick, believed to have occurred earlier this month, has caused the death of at least one fin whale and six baby sea turtles

Myanmar security forces open fire on protesters, killing at least 18, according to U.N.

The scenes turned Yangon into a battleground as the military moved to crush resistance to the coup.
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Myanmar security forces open fire on protesters, killing at least 18, according to U.N.

The scenes turned Yangon into a battleground as the military moved to crush resistance to the coup.

El Salvador’s leader looks to consolidate power in midterm vote; critics fear rising authoritarianism

Popular at home, Bukele could test the Biden administration’s democracy policies in Central America.
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El Salvador’s leader looks to consolidate power in midterm vote; critics fear rising authoritarianism

Popular at home, Bukele could test the Biden administration’s democracy policies in Central America.

Quarantine hotel ‘inmates’ are told to stop smoking and buy nicotine patches after party in car park

As many as 15 guests have been placed under additional lockdown while undergoing their mandatory stay at a quarantine hotel in the UK, after they were caught smoking and drinking together this week. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Quarantine hotel ‘inmates’ are told to stop smoking and buy nicotine patches after party in car park

As many as 15 guests have been placed under additional lockdown while undergoing their mandatory stay at a quarantine hotel in the UK, after they were caught smoking and drinking together this week. Read Full Article at RT.com

New Evidence Reveal FBI And NYPD Involvement In Assassination Of Malcom X

According to new evidence the death of Civil Rights activist Malcolm X was a conspiracy planned and executed by the NYPD and the FBI. Malcolm X was assassinated by them 56 years ago in Harlem.
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New Evidence Reveal FBI And NYPD Involvement In Assassination Of Malcom X

According to new evidence the death of Civil Rights activist Malcolm X was a conspiracy planned and executed by the NYPD and the FBI. Malcolm X was assassinated by them 56 years ago in Harlem.

Al Qaeda Is On Our Side In Syria – Joe Biden’s National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan

Jacob Sullivan serves as the National Security Advisor to U.S. President Joe Biden. He was previously senior policy advisor to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential election campaign and Deputy Chief of Staff at the Department of State. He was exposed in a le
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Al Qaeda Is On Our Side In Syria – Joe Biden’s National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan

Jacob Sullivan serves as the National Security Advisor to U.S. President Joe Biden. He was previously senior policy advisor to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential election campaign and Deputy Chief of Staff at the Department of State. He was exposed in a leaked email claiming – Al Qaeda is on our side in Syria.

As Predicted: Immunity Passports Are No Longer a Fantasy

As the European Union announces they are preparing to implement “vaccine certificates” the largest airline association is also preparing to roll out their version of the controversial Immunity Passports.
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As Predicted: Immunity Passports Are No Longer a Fantasy

As the European Union announces they are preparing to implement “vaccine certificates” the largest airline association is also preparing to roll out their version of the controversial Immunity Passports.

Media Completely Ignore American Secret Agent's Trial for Terrorism in Venezuela

Unless you read the local Venezuelan press, you are unlikely to know that an American secret agent is currently standing trial in Venezuela on charges of terrorism and weapons trafficking.
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Media Completely Ignore American Secret Agent's Trial for Terrorism in Venezuela

Unless you read the local Venezuelan press, you are unlikely to know that an American secret agent is currently standing trial in Venezuela on charges of terrorism and weapons trafficking.

Study: Social Media Turns Us Into Hungry Rats Basically

As if the way social media dominates every facet of our lives wasn’t evident enough: A new study found that people pursue “likes” on platforms like Facebook and Instagram much in the same way rats pursue food. 
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Study: Social Media Turns Us Into Hungry Rats Basically

As if the way social media dominates every facet of our lives wasn’t evident enough: A new study found that people pursue “likes” on platforms like Facebook and Instagram much in the same way rats pursue food. 

Football: Fonte salvages a point for leaders Lille against Strasbourg

Captain Jose Fonte struck late as Lille salvaged a point with a 1-1 home draw against Racing Strasbourg on Sunday to ensure they would end the weekend at the top of the Ligue 1 standings.
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Football: Fonte salvages a point for leaders Lille against Strasbourg

Captain Jose Fonte struck late as Lille salvaged a point with a 1-1 home draw against Racing Strasbourg on Sunday to ensure they would end the weekend at the top of the Ligue 1 standings.

Chelsea frustrated in home stalemate with Man Utd

Chelsea missed a chance to regain their place in the Premier League's top four as they dominated Manchester United but had to be content with a 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
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Chelsea frustrated in home stalemate with Man Utd

Chelsea missed a chance to regain their place in the Premier League's top four as they dominated Manchester United but had to be content with a 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

Moldovan president hails registration of Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine

Moldova’s Medicines and Medical Devices Agency said on Friday it had approved the use of Russia’s Sputnik V, Pfizer and BioNTech, and Aztrazeneca vaccines
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Moldovan president hails registration of Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine

Moldova’s Medicines and Medical Devices Agency said on Friday it had approved the use of Russia’s Sputnik V, Pfizer and BioNTech, and Aztrazeneca vaccines

Only 6% of Russians have immunity to coronavirus infection - expert

The spread of the infection would be curbed when 60-70% of the population have immunity to it, Alexander Gorelov, deputy director of the Russian sanitary watchdog’s Central Research Institute of Epidemiology said
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Only 6% of Russians have immunity to coronavirus infection - expert

The spread of the infection would be curbed when 60-70% of the population have immunity to it, Alexander Gorelov, deputy director of the Russian sanitary watchdog’s Central Research Institute of Epidemiology said

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