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The world press today | Biden is working to combat the climate crisis

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While there has been a delay in coronavirus vaccinations in EU countries, the UK is said to be a priority for vaccines developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca, as it has previously signed an agreement. US President Joe Biden has signed three official resolutions on combating climate change. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has warned that similar actions could be staged by extremists in the country following a January 6 attack by Congress on Trump supporters.

January 28, 2021 Here are some of the most prominent headlines in the history of the world press …

The Guardian | “Who will be given the Oxford vaccine first?” tension

While there has been a delay in coronavirus vaccinations in EU countries, the UK is said to be a priority for vaccines developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca, as it has previously signed an agreement. Stella Kyriakides of the European Union’s Health Commission said Britain’s signing of an agreement with the EU three months ago should not be overdue. Kyriakides said, “We refuse to catch logic before we first arrive.”


Independent | Biden is starting to work to combat the climate crisis

US President Joe Biden has signed three official resolutions on combating climate change. Authorities have been instructed to use electric vehicles that do not cause carbon pollution. The second decree signed by Biden includes the establishment of the “Office of Presidential Advisers of Science and Technology.” The third decree ordered federal agencies to make decisions based on information and science. One of the first steps of US President Joe Biden in the Oval Office, who took office from Donald Trump on January 20, was to return his country to the Paris Climate Agreement.


New York Times | Department of Homeland Security: Extremists angry after Capitol attack pose more threat

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has warned that similar actions could be staged by extremists in the country following a January 6 attack by Congress on Trump supporters. The ministry said for the first time that the United States faced the threat of “domestic violence by extremists.”


Washington Post | Biden, who has been on duty for a week, gets used to the order and daily rules

WaPo said President Joe Biden has been following a daily routine since taking office. The newspaper said this was very different from Trump’s “chaotic style.” The newspaper’s editors said Biden was reluctant to discuss the issue in order to reduce political tensions.


Moscow Times | Russian police searched Navalny’s apartment and headquarters

Russian police have searched Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny and his supporters for the first time since returning to their country after being poisoned by Novichok, who was arrested at the airport and sentenced to 30 people at his team’s headquarters in Moscow. imprisonment by the court.

Ivan Zidanov, head of the Anti-Corruption Foundation set up by the opposition leader, tweeted: “Alexei Navalny’s apartment in the Marino district is being searched. There is a masked riot police. They started breaking down the door.” Zidanov said Navalny’s brother, Oleg, continued to live in the raided homes.

Zidanov also said that a search was carried out in the apartment taken out by Navalny’s wife, Yulia Navalnaya.

The Anti-Corruption Center announced on Telegram that its headquarters had been summoned. Police also went to the apartment of Navalni’s spokeswoman Kira Yarmis.


Le Figaro | Alexei Navalny: A man who challenges Vladimir Putin

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who was poisoned and treated for weeks in Germany last summer, was arrested shortly after returning to Russia. The call for curfew on supporters of the arrested Navalny was answered throughout Russia. Even in the country’s coldest cities, thousands took to the streets to react to Navalny’s arrest and government.


Al Jazeera | US B52 aircraft flew over the Middle East for the third time this year

The US Central Command (CENTCOM) said yesterday that B-52 bombers had flown over the Middle East for the third time this year. The flight was the first since Joe Biden took office on January 20. CENTCOM explained that the purpose of the flight was to demonstrate the US’s deterrence from possible attacks, its commitment to regional security and its ability to deploy to any base.

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