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Global Politics:

Iran does not want new negotiations on a nuclear agreement or Saudi Arabia at the table

Iranian Foreign Ministry today rejected the possibility of new negotiations on Tehran’s nuclear agreement with world powers and the introduction of new participants after French President Emmanuel Macron said that Saudi Arabia should participate in any new negotiations.

Iran began violating the terms of the uranium production limitation agreement after Washington withdrew from the 2018 nuclear deal during the term of Donald Trump, who again imposed sanctions on Tehran.

The administration of US President Joe Biden said that it would return to the agreement only if Tehran starts to fully respect the provisions of the agreement.

Russian billionaire claims to be the real owner of “Putin’s palace”

Russian billionaire Arkady Rotenberg, close to President Vladimir Putin, said today that he was the owner of the “palace” that imprisoned opposition leader Alexei Navalny claimed was being used by the Russian president.

Opposition leader Alexei Navalny accused Vladimir Putin in a YouTube video, viewed more than 100 million times, of using a “luxurious and huge palace” on the Black Sea coast. The palace cost more than a billion euros to build.

Putin signed an extension of the New START Agreement

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed an extension of the New START treaty today after Washington and Moscow reached an agreement a week before the expiration of that important Russian-American convention on the limitation of nuclear weapons.

The new START deal is the latest bilateral agreement that binds the two leading nuclear powers and raises hopes of improving dialogue between Washington and Moscow a week after Joe Biden’s arrival at the White House, although both countries have already warned they will firmly defend their national interests.

American News:

Biden plans to sign an order aimed to modernize the immigration system

The White House announced that U.S. President Joe Biden plans to sign an executive order on modernizing the immigration policy on Tuesday.

Many of Biden’s critics believe that the main reason for many of his executive orders is based on the promise to reverse Trump’s decisions, whether they were good or bad.

Rep. Crenshaw introduces House bill to save jobs

What the new administration does not understand is the fact that a huge number of American jobs are threatened by certain Biden decisions, which have hit hard on energy production.

That is why the Republican representative, Dan Crenshaw, introduced a bill that would protect the jobs of all those who are threatened by the first moves of the new administration.

Thanks to Biden’s “green” policy, almost 60,000 people are in danger of losing their jobs, which would be an additional blow to the already weakened economic results of the United States.

Can Trump stay at Mar-a-Lago? Not according to some residents!

When former US President Donald Trump turned the private residence of Mar-a-Lago in Florida into a club, he agreed to a limited residency, which led some Palm Beach residents to question the legality of his stay.

Palm Beach is considering whether Trump can use Mar-a-Lago as his permanent residence, and the issue could be discussed at the next city council meeting.


New studies show the vaccine’s effectiveness is less efficient in the South African corona strain

Scientists warn that data from clinical trials of two covid-19 vaccines show that the South African variant of coronavirus reduces their effectiveness in protecting against the disease, highlighting the need to vaccinate large numbers of people as soon as possible.

Available Covid-19 vaccines are significantly less effective in preventing the spread of the virus in patients in South Africa, where more contagious virus version is on the rise, compared to countries where the mutation is still rare.

WHO experts are investigating the origin of the coronavirus

Experts from the World Health Organization (WHO) continued their research on the origin of the coronavirus in Wuhan today, during which, in addition to the hospital that first received patients with covid, they should also visit the Institute of Virology and the market.

China, accused of reacting too late to the first cases of covid-19, has been trying to shift media attention to its successful fight against the epidemic since last year.

Russia is offering the European Union 100 million doses of its vaccine

Russia has offered its Sputnik V vaccine to the European Union due to a shortage of other coronavirus vaccines.

Russia could deliver 100 million doses of Sputnik V to the EU in the second quarter of 2021, the state investment fund, which also co-finances and sells the vaccine, announced on Friday.

The Russian manufacturer says the Sputnik V vaccine has been approved by 15 countries, including Hungary, which became the first European Union member to do so.