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The bite leads to NATO in the midst of friction over withdrawal from Afghanistan

“It is not surprising that you have seen some countries, quite directly, express their dissatisfaction with the way things were done,” said a European official, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss a sensitive issue. “This is another example of one of the issues where we in NATO should discuss and consult each other more significantly before making decisions.” …

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President Biden meets the Queen at Windsor Castle

After a three-day summit with the group of seven leaders in Carbis Bay, in the south-west of England, Bidens went to Windsor Castle, the royal residence where the Queen has spent much of her time since the pandemic began, and arrived at Marine One- helicopters. Source link

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Biden congratulates Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and promises support for ‘Israelis, Palestinians’

President Joe Biden on Sunday congratulated Israel’s incoming Prime Minister Naftali Bennett after the Israeli parliament voted to approve a new government, effectively ending Benjamin Netanyahu’s historic 12 years in office. “The United States remains unwavering in its support for Israel’s security,” Biden said in a statement addressed to Bennett and other members of his future cabinet. “My administration is …

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The AOC agrees with the calls for Breyer to resign from the Supreme Court

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is “inclined to say yes” to calls from progressive organizations and at least one fellow Democrat in Congress that 82-year-old Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer retire at the end of the current Supreme Court term. . Ocasio-Cortez, the two-term representative from New York who is without a doubt the most prominent progressive in Congress and the most …

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Houston Methodist: Judge rules in favor of hospital in lawsuit over mandatory employee Covid-19 vaccinations

On Saturday, U.S. District Court Judge Lynn Hughes ruled in favor of Jennifer Bridges and 116 of her Houston Methodist colleagues, who sued to block the Covid-19 vaccination claim. Houston Methodist Hospital moved to dismiss the case. Bridges and her staff argued that the Covid-19 vaccines used in the United States were “experimental and dangerous,” and that it would be …

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