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Mike Pompeo is making foreign policy moves before the end of Trump’s term

In three days this month, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo revealed several drastic changes in US foreign policy. The response to these policies was swift, with many criticizing them as further attempts to undermine the Biden administration and as an attempt by Pompeo to burn his own political reputation. “Pompeo continues with reckless, politicized foreign policy decisions,” instead of focusing …

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Belgian protests over the death of a man in police have led to more than 100 arrests

Prosecutors in Brussels said Wednesday they have launched an investigation into “involuntary manslaughter” after a 23-year-old black man lost consciousness at a police station shortly after his arrest. He later died at the hospital. Hundreds of protesters gathered in Lidz Square in central Brussels. Video from the scene shows clashes as protesters throw stones and shells while police deploy a …

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PENNSYLVANIA expands the role of pharmacists in the distribution of COVID-19 vaccine

REPORTS FROM ELIZABETHTOWN, LANCASTER COUNTY. SUSAN: SLOAN PHARMACY IN ELIZABETH TOWN EXPECTS TRANSPORTATION OF ONE HUNDRED DOSES OF COVID VACCINE ON FRIDAY. WILL STORE THE MODERN BRANCHES IN THIS NEWLY PURCHASED HAIRDRESSERS. >> TIRED. Very horny we try to help each WAY SUSAN: GUBERNATARAT initialed interim REFUSAL TO RAZPOLOZHAVA pharmacists and pharmacists TECHNICIANS AND TRAINEES certified to administer KOVIDNATA VACCINE …

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China’s silence on coronavirus pandemic leaves world “flying blind”, says Hazard

On Thursday, Health and Humanitarian Affairs Minister Alex Hazard strongly stressed the distrust of the Chinese leadership, offering almost daily reporting on federal steps taken to control the coronavirus since the start of the pandemic, while officials dealt with a non-cooperating communications colleague. Hazard said the genetic sequence for SARS-CoV-2 was not shared until January 9, 10 days after the …

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Capitol Fax.com – Your Illinois News Radar »Hmm, no

* Sun-Times … Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Thursday that she is working to open bars and restaurants in Chicago for indoor service as soon as possible. “If we look at the different criteria that the state has set, we meet most, if not all, of these, so this is a conversation I will have with the governor,” she said. Would …

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The judge rejects the request to cancel the bail of men arrested during the vote count in Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) – A judge rejected a request to lift the bail of two men who were arrested during the counting process in Philadelphia in November. However, the judge is holding Virginia residents Antonio LaMota and Joshua Macias on trial on charges of meddling in the election on Thursday morning. The judge dismissed the weapons charges against Macias because he …

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