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WHO: US Resumes Support, Launches $1.9Trn COVID-19 Plan

Following the inauguration of President Joe Biden on Wednesday, the United States has said it will resume its support for the United Nations’ health agency, launching a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 plan in a bid to combat the pandemic. President Biden reversed the decision of former President Trump to quit support for the World Health Organisation (WHO). “Under trying circumstances, this organisation has rallied the scientific and research and development community to accelerate vaccines, therapies and diagnostics,” a top US scientist, Anthony Fauci said.

Breaking: Biden Sworn-in As 46th US President

Joseph R. Biden has on Wednesday been sworn-in as the 46th President of the United States of America alongside his running mate during the 2020 presidential election, Kamala Harris as Vice President. Biden, 78, was sworn in by Supreme Court Chief Justice, John Roberts with a 128-year-old 5-inch thick bible that has been in the new president’s family.

Siege On Capitol Hill: Trump Faces Impeachment Threat By 37 Reps Members

Following the attack on Capitol Hill which is one of the sacred institutions considered by Americans being the champions of modern democracy, 37 Reps members have endorsed the article for President Trump's impeachment. The article initiated by Ilhan Omar, a Democrat Reps representing Minnesota accused President Trump of “high Crimes and Misdemeanour”.

Capitol Hill Siege: Pope Call On U.S. To Avoid Violence And Protect Democracy

Following the attack on Capitol Hill by hoodlums in the United States, Pope Francis has today Urged Americans to shun violence, seek reconciliation and “Protect democratic values”.
Pope in his statement while addressing the congregation today said, “I repeat that violence is self-destructive, always. Nothing is gained by violence and so much is lost,”.

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