Donald Trump, who is accused of “inciting the people to revolt,” was sentenced to life in prison in the United States for showing images that were never shared before the January 6 raid on the Congress building. The draft climate law, prepared in accordance with the articles determined by the Citizens’ Council for the climate in France, will be submitted to the Council of Ministers today. The United States has said it sold more than a million barrels of Iranian oil seized last year.
February 11, 2021These are the headlines that stand out in the world press …
The Guardian | Prime Minister Johnson has been accused of “betrayal” in the cover crisis
In Britain, the government has announced a £ 3.5 billion budget to repair dangerous roofs, excluding dangerous buildings inhabited by about half a million poor people. Prime Minister. Boris Johnson was accused of “betraying” the landlords. The regulation, announced by the Minister of Housing, announced that the cover of buildings less than 18 meters in length was removed from the crisis budget. The owners of these buildings were offered a low-interest loan option to renew the building envelope. While a group was excluded from the budget, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said last week that “no home should pay a high price for security problems that it does not cause” and that the cover crisis will be resolved.
Independent | The Prime Minister’s call to 2 million people who missed the vaccine
The UK has become the fastest growing country in the coronavirus vaccination process after Israel. Prime Minister Boris Johnson yesterday made a statement calling for people who are one of the highest risk groups according to the vaccination schedule and not vaccinated. Johnson said people at risk should be vaccinated. AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccines available in the UK
New York Time | Previously undamaged footage shows Trump supporters foaming at the mouth
Donald Trump’s arrest in the United States, which is accused of “inciting the people to revolt,” showed previously unseen footage before the Jan. 6 raid on the U.S. Capitol. Prosecution officials have recalled Trump’s months-long attempts to turn the election results in his favor. “Trump’s lies led to the attack,” prosecutors said in a video showing the Capitol raid.
Washington Post | The records show an endless run
The Washington Post reported in a video shared yesterday by impeachment officials that some individuals who attacked Congress planned to harm Vice President Mike Pence and other senior officials. According to the newspaper, the attackers are seen approaching to harm some high-ranking officials.
Moscow Times | Claim: Yulia Navalnaya left Russia for Germany
Yulia Navalnaya, the wife of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, has reportedly left Russia for Germany.
Russian state news agency Interfax and German Der Spiegel, Navalnaya said he went to Frankfurt.
Sources told Interfax that Navalnaya flew from Russia’s Domodedovo airport.
Sources told Der Spiegel that Navalnaya had gone to Frankfurt for a “special visit”.
Navalny was treated for Novichok poisoning after returning to Russia from Germany, and was soon sentenced to 2 years and 8 months in prison.
Navalnaya stayed with her husband in Germany during Navalny’s treatment. It is believed that the couple’s children are also abroad
Le Monde | Climate law in France: a measured whim
The draft climate law, prepared in accordance with the articles determined by the Citizens’ Council for the climate in France, will be submitted to the Council of Ministers today. The bill is an attempt by President Emmanuel Macron on environmental issues and is said to be substances that will affect the daily lives of citizens in France.
Al Jazeera | The United States sells confiscated Iranian oil
The United States has said it sold more than a million barrels of Iranian oil seized last year. The US Department of Justice announced that the proceeds from the sale were sent to the State-Supported Victims of Terrorism Fund. The United States has seized four oil tankers carrying oil from Iran to Venezuela for violating sanctions against Tehran last year.