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US: Trump-backed candidates secure major primary victories
In Pennsylvania, the Republican gubernatorial nomination was secured by Doug Mastriano, a far-right state senator who repeated Trump’s false claims about voter fraud in the 2020 election won by Democrat Joe Biden during the campaign. In North Carolina, Trump has a win and a loss. Several of the candidates backed
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First public hearing on UFOs in 50 years. Pentagon wants to understand origin of these phenomena
Two Pentagon officials gave statements at what was the first public hearing on UFOs in 50 years. And they revealed that there are 400 “unidentified aerial phenomena” since 2004. An intelligence committee of the United States of America held a hearing with members of the US Department of Defense this
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Young man who killed 10 people in a shooting in New York state was racially motivated
The 18-year-old suspect was arrested. He shot 13 people, 11 of them black. Ten people died and three were injured in a shooting at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York. Authorities believe the 18-year-old had racist motives. The Erie County District Attorney’s Office in upstate New York identified the shooter
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US Republican Party leader meets Zelensky in Kiev
A delegation of the Republican Party, in the opposition in the United States, led by its leader in the Senate, Mitch McConnell, met this Saturday in Kyiv with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to express support for Ukraine in the war against Russia. A video released by the Ukrainian Presidency shows
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USA pledges investments of 150 million in Asia-Pacific
The United States on Thursday announced investments worth US$150 million in Southeast Asia, in projects ranging from energy to combating illegal fishing. The announcement was made within the framework of the summit with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), which continues this Friday. The administration of Joe Biden, US
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USA: Baby milk shortage sparks political offensive against Biden administration
The White House today pledged measures to address the severe shortage of infant milk in the United States, a problem that has sparked a political offensive by the Republican opposition against President Joe Biden. According to consumption data platform Datasembly, the baby formula shortage rate reached 43% at the end
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Biden tries to focus on Asia despite war in Ukraine
US President Joe Biden has been repeating this from the beginning: his foreign policy priority is China, and while the current focus is on Ukraine due to the Russian invasion, his administration is trying to turn its attention to Asia. The Democratic administration is preparing a series of dates to
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US natural gas production slows
The lack of pipelines is not allowing the United States to maintain the pace of growth. In Appalachia, production growth dropped from 36% a year to 4%. In Permian Shael, Texas, the reduction was from 17% to 8%. The world’s largest producer – and second-largest exporter (behind Russia) – of
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Employment grows in April in the United States
A further 428,000 jobs were registered in the United States in April. The unemployment rate remained at 3.6% and wages rose by 0.3%. Employment grew again in the United States in April, with 428,000 more people with work (corresponding to non-farm jobs), according to data released this Friday by the
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