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Jack Keane on the expiration of a UN arms embargo on Iran

General Jack Keane discusses the expiration of the United Ntions arms embargo on Iran. Subscribe to Fox News! Watch more Fox News Video: Watch Fox News Channel Live: FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing news service delivering breaking news as well as political and business news. The number …

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Russia approves second coronavirus vaccine after early trials

Vladimir Putin announced the approval of a second Russian coronavirus vaccine – EpiVacCorona – on Wednesday night, saying the priority is to make the jab available to the Russian public. Original Article: Original Video: Daily Mail Facebook: Daily Mail IG: Daily Mail Snap: Daily Mail Twitter: Daily Mail Pinterest: Daily …

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Coronavirus: Russia approves 2nd COVID-19 vaccine

Russia announced Wednesday it had approved a second COVID-19 vaccine, as the country recorded a large daily increase in cases and switched to online classes for secondary school in the capital, Moscow. The new vaccine completed early-stage trials in September and was developed by Siberia’s Vector Institute. The country approved …

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Navalny blames Russian intelligence for ‘poisoning’ attack

An international chemical weapons watchdog has confirmed Germany’s findings that Russian opposition figure Alexey Navalny was poisoned by the Soviet-era nerve agent Novichok. The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons has called on Moscow to explain what happened to Navalny. In his first interview since falling ill, he said …

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High-Stakes Arctic Race Heats Up for U.S., Russia and China | WSJ

Warmer temperatures are melting Arctic ice and raising tensions as the U.S. looks to expand its presence in newly open waters. The problem: Russia and China also have growing trade, energy and military ambitions there. Photo composite: Ksenia Shaikhutdinova More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: Visit the WSJ …

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