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The death toll from the coronavirus in Britain has exceeded 100,000

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The death toll from the coronavirus in Britain has exceeded 100,000. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was “very sad.” U.S. President Joe Biden said they aim to vaccinate 300 million Americans by the end of summer or early fall. In a court vote yesterday to oust Donald Trump, only five out of 50 Republicans voted against the former president. Pro-Alexei Navalny protesters will also be held in the Russian capital, Moscow, this weekend. As the coronavirus mutation spreads faster in France, the government is reluctant to take quick steps in this regard, focusing on a third national quarantine option.

January 27, 2021 Here are some of the prominent headlines in the history of the world press …

The Guardian | Boris Johnson announces 100,000 coronavirus deaths: Sorry

The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson said yesterday that he was “deeply saddened” by the loss of 100,000 lives from the coronavirus in the country. Johnson said the government was “doing its best” to avoid this point, adding that it was “impossible to estimate the amount of suffering” in connection with the rising death toll in the UK. When the Archbishop of Canterbury called on all citizens to pray for those who lost their lives, he said, “100,000 is not just a number, it’s all people who love or love us.”


Times | 100 thousand deaths

The UK became the first country in Europe to exceed 100,000 deaths from coronavirus. According to the British National Statistics Office, the total number of deaths due to Covid-19 from the beginning of the pandemic to January 25 was close to 104 thousand. The data from the National Statistics Office is based on the causes of death. In Britain, the incidence of disease and loss of life has been high for some time due to the effects of species that have been detected and spread more rapidly.


New York Times | Biden promised that the vaccines would be transferred to the provinces as soon as possible

US President Joe Biden has said he will step up vaccination programs in late summer or early fall to vaccinate the US population. Biden said his goal is to vaccinate 300 million Americans during this period. The new government, which took office last week, aims to supply 16 percent more vaccines to the provinces starting next week.


Washington Post | Signals that Senate Trump will be cleared

In a court vote on Trump’s resignation yesterday, only five out of 50 Republicans voted against the former president. The result was that Trump would be acquitted of the charges he incited to attack Congress on Jan. 6 after an impeachment hearing. WaPo said the vote showed Trump’s influence over the Republican Party continued.


Moscow Times | Navalny’s team plans to move in front of the Federal Security Service

The team of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who was detained at the airport and sentenced to 30 days in prison after returning to his country for the first time after being poisoned by Novichok, took action in front of the Russian Federal Committee’s Security Service (FSB) headquarters in Moscow this weekend.

The 44-year-old opposition group invited supporters to gather at Lubyanka Square, where the FSB headquarters is located, and Staraya Square, where the presidential offices are located, at 12:00 on Saturday.

Navalny’s team said that after meeting here, a march will be organized in the capital. The direction of the march will be “determined according to the situation on Saturday.”


Le Figaro | Close again: Macron wants to give it a little more time

With the impact of the coronavirus mutation spreading faster in France, the government is reluctant to take quick steps in this regard, focusing on a third national quarantine option. French President Emmanuel Macron, while arguing that the country should conduct another assessment of quarantine, stressed that the scientific council should act quickly.


Al Jazeera | The Israeli chief of staff sent a message to the US leadership that “it would be wrong to return to the nuclear deal.”

Israeli Chief of Staff Amir Kohavi said they were paying attention to operational plans against Iran. Kohavi also said that any move by the Biden administration in the United States to return to the 2015 nuclear deal would be “wrong.” Although Biden’s administration is known to have sought to open diplomatic channels in relations with Iran that reached crisis point last year, such comments on Israeli US policy have rarely been seen. It was also stated that the Chief of General Staff could not comment without the consent of the Israeli government.

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