Trump releases list of pardons. Lots of people charged with corruption pardoned. No pardon for Assange or Snowden. No surprise there, Trump was always just another puppetUS president has pardoned 70 people and commuted the sentences of a further 73 people

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As Donald Trump exits, QAnon takes hold in GermanyThe storming of the US Capitol illustrated just how dangerous a conspiracy theory can be. In Germany, QAnon is gaining momentum — and its most ardent followers are sticking with Donald Trump. DW investigates.

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Blden sworn in as U.S. presidentDemocrat Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday during a ceremony at a heavily protected U.S. Capitol, ending the tumultuous four-year presidency of his Republican predecessor Donald Trump.

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Boris Johnson refuses to back Trump and Biden teams in calling Uighur situation ‘genocide’PM says China’s treatment of Muslim majority ‘utterly abhorrent’

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Theresa May accuses Boris Johnson of ‘abandoning global moral leadership’The former prime minister also criticised outgoing US president Donald Trump

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Trapped Chinese miners ask for porridge and pickles as rescue operation drags onThe 22 miners stuck 2,000 feet underground have been sent medicine and other basics, and now their requests are getting more specific as the rescue drags on.

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DuckDuckGo search engine records over 100 million search requests in one dayDuckDuckGo search engine records over 100 million search requests in one day. It is mostly known for its protected privacy because it does not profile its users, which means user searches will not be tracked or shared with any third-person companies.

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UK ‘seriously concerned’ by Israel’s decision to build 780 settlements in the West BankThe British government has called for construction to ‘cease immediately’ 

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The Latest: Harris sworn in as 1st female vice presidentWASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on Joe Biden's presidential inauguration (all times local): 2:35 p.m. President Joe Biden’s team has started moving into the White House.

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Leading human rights group calls Israel an 'apartheid' stateA leading Israeli human rights group has begun describing both Israel and its control of the Palestinian territories as a single “apartheid” regime

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World-first biomarker test can predict depression and bipolar disorderAustralian scientists have developed and validated a world-first test that is claimed to accurately measure levels of a brain protein known to be associated with depression and bipolar disorder. The new research suggests this test could offer doctors an objective diagnostic tool to assess patients…

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US soldier arrested in plot to blow up NYC 9/11 MemorialNEW YORK (AP) — A U.S. Army soldier was arrested Tuesday in Georgia on terrorism charges after he spoke online about plots to blow up New York City's 9/11 Memorial and other landmarks and attack...

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Boston ‘Straight Pride Parade’ organizer Mark Sahady, Natick politician Sue Ianni arrested for US Capitol siegeThe organizer of Boston’s “Straight Pride Parade” and a Natick Town Meeting member — both avowed President Trump supporters — are the latest to be arrested for their r…

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Supermarket chain Aldi to pay U.S. workers who get COVID-19 vaccinationGerman supermarket chain Aldi on Tuesday became the latest firm in the grocery sector to offer incentives for U.S. employees getting a COVID-19 vaccine, saying it would give up to four hours of pay to those who choose to receive inoculations.

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Oklahoma judge orders 'Tiger King' zoo to turn over big catsMUSKOGEE, Okla. (AP) — A federal judge in Oklahoma has ordered the new owners of an Oklahoma zoo featured in Netflix’s “Tiger King” documentary to turn over all the lion and tiger cubs in their...

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Woman held in police custody gives Vancouver Island jail 4.5-star review in thank-you cardA woman who was arrested and spent several days in police custody in Langford last week sent a homemade thank-you card to her jailers, and even positively reviewed the accommodations at the RCMP cells.

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DOJ will not criminally charge Sen. Richard Burr for stock trades he made after getting Covid intelligenceSen. Richard Burr was the only remaining senator to face a criminal probe related to stock trades made in advance of the coronavirus pandemic.

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FBI makes first federal arrest in North Carolina related to U.S. Capitol insurrectionLate Tuesday afternoon, special agents and officers arrested Christopher Raphael Spencer of Pilot Mountain, North Carolina.

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Trump administration issues last-minute Arctic refuge drilling leasesThe Trump administration said on Tuesday it had issued drilling leases on more than 400,000 acres (160,000 hectares) of Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR), delivering on a promise to fossil-fuel proponents on President Donald Trump's last full day in office.

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First Black firefighter says he endured 'torture' and heard the N-word "every single day" for years in Calgary (Canada)Racial slurs, physical assaults, a noose hung in a fire hall, workplace reviews kept secret. These are just some of the experiences detailed by BIPOC employees at the Calgary Fire Department.

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