Trump's silence and isolation ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration

Trump's silence and isolation ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration

After the U.S Capitol attacks and upcoming Biden's inauguration, Donald Trump enraged and isolated himself, which made it difficult to take a glimpse into the President's mindset.
What remains after Trump’s last assault with the Capitol attack

What remains after Trump’s last assault with the Capitol attack

Last week’s events showcased not only a crisis of U.S. democracy, but also a crisis of U.S. power, said NYT.
Biden is certified victory by US Congress; Trump pledges 'Orderly Transition' on Jan 20

Biden is certified victory by US Congress; Trump pledges 'Orderly Transition' on Jan 20

After a day of chaos, Congress certifies Joe Biden’s election victory. Trump commits to 'orderly transition' in statement after mob stormed Capitol.
US pledges to bolster Vietnam relations after 25 years

US pledges to bolster Vietnam relations after 25 years

U.S. President Donald Trump said cooperation between Washington and Hanoi would help foster trust and understanding, and pledged to bolster bilateral relations between the two countries. 
Iran issues arrest warrant:  President Trump Trump faces no real threat

Iran issues arrest warrant: President Trump Trump faces no real threat

The Iranian prosecutor issued an arrest warrant for Trump on June 29 and asked Interpol to assist in arresting the President and many US officials for the murder of General Soleimani. Trump faces no real threat of arrest, but the new charges offer fresh evidence that tension between the U.S. and Iran shows no signs of subsiding.
US News today, June 22: A New York cop suspended over the use of a "disturbing apparent chokehold"

US News today, June 22: A New York cop suspended over the use of a "disturbing apparent chokehold"

Trade talks prevent Trump from putting sanctions on China over Xinjiang issue, eight officers allege discrimination over Derek Chauvin booking, Bolton says he won't vote for Trump and a New York cop suspended over the use of a "disturbing apparent chokehold" are remarkable news today.
US News today: American people celebrate Juneteenth with anti-racism marches across the nation

US News today: American people celebrate Juneteenth with anti-racism marches across the nation

American people celebrate Juneteenth with anti-racism marches across the nation, US Navy refused to reinstate the former captain of USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier, Mike Pompeo warns that China to drive wedge between US and Europe and President Trump warns protesters at Oklahoma rally are remarkable news today.
US News today: Trump renews threat of "a complete decoupling from China"

US News today: Trump renews threat of "a complete decoupling from China"

Trump renews threat of "a complete decoupling from China", Secretary of State Mike Pompeo calls Bolton "a traitor", Facebook takes down Trump election campaign's ads and the US B-52 crossing the Pacific to Japan for practicing long range escort and aircraft interception are remarkable news today.
US News today: Trump extends existing sanctions on North Korea for 1 year

US News today: Trump extends existing sanctions on North Korea for 1 year

Biden says President Trump is "surrendering" to Covid-19 pandemic, Trump signs bill to sanction Chinese officials over Uighur rights, Trump extends existing sanctions on North Korea for 1 year and Ex-Atlanta police officer who shot Rayshard Brooks charged with murder are remarkable news updated today.
Bolton's book says President Trump asks China to win re-election in 2020

Bolton's book says President Trump asks China to win re-election in 2020

John Bolton, the former security adviser of White House wrote in his memoirs that Trump asked Chinese President Xi Jinping to help in the 2020 presidential election.
US News today: Trump administration sues former national security adviser

US News today: Trump administration sues former national security adviser

American people die of Covid-19 more than death of World War I, Trump administration sues to block book of John Bolton, the US raised voice in China and India disputes and the 75 year-old protester man shoved on ground in New York had fractured skull and cannot walk are remarkable news updated today.
Protests in America update: Trump signed order to encourage police to limit deadly force 

Protests in America update: Trump signed order to encourage police to limit deadly force 

Protesters in Washington DC blocks Interstate 395 near Capitol, Rayshard Brooks' family called for murder charges and radical review to Atlanta police, voting to ban chokeholds and crowd control weapons in Seattle and President Donald Trump to sign order to encourage police to limit deadly force remarkable news updated today.
Protests in America update: Protests in Seattle become more aggresive

Protests in America update: Protests in Seattle become more aggresive

Protesters in Seattle are prevailing the police precinct, President Donald Trump warns against "falsely labeling" Americans racist and Oklahoma cop won't apologize for controversial saying about African Americans are remarkable news updated today.
Michael Flynn: Criminal case out, queries in

Michael Flynn: Criminal case out, queries in

New York Times reported on Thursday that the Justice Department (DOJ) is dropping the criminal case against the US’ former national security adviser Michael Flynn as he was allegedly a key figure in the Russia investigation ending a years-long saga over his sentencing leading to a series of queries on the decision. 
President Trump pictured next to Brazilian official who has coronavirus

President Trump pictured next to Brazilian official who has coronavirus

A Brazilian government official who attended an official meeting at Donald Trump's resort in Florida on Saturday (Mar 7) and posted a photo of himself standing next to the US president has tested positive for coronavirus, local reports said on Thursday (Mar 12).
US House of Representatives impeaches President Trump

US House of Representatives impeaches President Trump

President Donald Trump has become the third president in American history to be impeached after the House approved abuse of power and obstruction of Congress charges.
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VUFO Coordinates with Cuban Embassy to Organize Solidarity and Friendship Activities Friendship

VUFO Coordinates with Cuban Embassy to Organize Solidarity and Friendship Activities

Ambassador Nguyen Phuong Nga - President of the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organizations had a meeting and worked with Cuban Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Vietnam Orlando Nicolas Hernandez Guillen. The two Ambassadors agreed to work closely in organizing solidarity and friendship activities.
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