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Donald John Trump is the 45th and current president of the United States. Before entering politics, he was a businessman and television personality.

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Will the sabotage at the Natanz nuclear facility harm both Iran's nuclear program and the JCPOA?
International

Will the sabotage at the Natanz nuclear facility harm both Iran's nuclear program and the JCPOA?

A day after the Iranian government unveiled its new uranium enrichment centrifuges in the Natanz nuclear plant, on April 11 the facility was sabotaged by an explosion causing damage both to the central power and the emergency power cable as well as to an unknown number of centrifuges in the facility.

Biden defends not immediately raising refugee cap, says US 'can't do two things at once'
International

Biden defends not immediately raising refugee cap, says US 'can't do two things at once'

US President Joe Biden on Saturday explained his initial decision to not increase the limit on refugee admissions to the United States stating that his administration "couldn't do two things at once".

'Time to turn page' on Afghanistan: Obama backs Biden's decision to withdraw troops till Sep 11
International

'Time to turn page' on Afghanistan: Obama backs Biden's decision to withdraw troops till Sep 11

Former US President Barack Obama on Wednesday came out in support of incumbent Joe Biden's decision to pull out troops ahead of the 20th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks and said that it is time to turn the page to the next chapter of relationship with Afghanistan.

'Time to turn page' on Afghanistan: Obama backs Biden's decision to withdraw troops till Sep 11
International

'Time to turn page' on Afghanistan: Obama backs Biden's decision to withdraw troops till Sep 11

Former US President Barack Obama on Wednesday came out in support of incumbent Joe Biden's decision to pull out troops ahead of the 20th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks and said that it is time to turn the page to the next chapter of relationship with Afghanistan.

Afghanistan: Taliban rejects US peace plan, six-month extension on troops withdrawal deadline
International

Afghanistan: Taliban rejects US peace plan, six-month extension on troops withdrawal deadline

Taliban have rejected the United States' plan to restore peace in Afghanistan as well as the proposed six-month delay in the withdrawal of the American troops.

Trump lashes out at former ally McConnell, GOP for not 'overturning' 2020 election
International

Trump lashes out at former ally McConnell, GOP for not 'overturning' 2020 election

Former US President Donald Trump has once again lashed out at the members of the Republican Party and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell for not helping the former President overturn the 2020 Presidential election as he continued to falsely claim how the election was stolen.

Trump lashes out at former ally McConnell, GOP for not 'overturning' 2020 election
International

Trump lashes out at former ally McConnell, GOP for not 'overturning' 2020 election

Former US President Donald Trump has once again lashed out at the members of the Republican Party and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell for not helping the former President overturn the 2020 Presidential election as he continued to falsely claim how the election was stolen.

Taiwan to stage live-fire drills amid rising China tensions
International

Taiwan to stage live-fire drills amid rising China tensions

Amid growing aggression from China, Taiwan is planning to stage live-fire drills on the Dongsha Islands in the South China Sea later this month in preparation for a possible attack from the People's Liberation Army (PLA).

US unveils new policy encouraging government ties with Taiwan officials
International

US unveils new policy encouraging government ties with Taiwan officials

In what could be called another massive blow to China, the United States has issued new guidelines that encourage exchanges with Taiwanese counterparts, State Department spokesperson Ned Price said on Friday.

Facebook tests tiny labels on posts to stop users from confusing satire with reality
Technology

Facebook tests tiny labels on posts to stop users from confusing satire with reality

Social media giant Facebook is adding additional labels to posts from Pages that appear in users' News Feeds in a bid to reduce confusion about their origin.

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