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Delhi police commissioner writes to Delhi Police staff. His letter reads, "You showed great patience despite the farmers' agitation turning violent...394 of our friends were injured in the violence & some are in hospital. I met some of them, they are being given proper treatment"

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John Roberts' refusal to sit for Trump impeachment sparks Constitutional concerns

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Covid-19 FAQs courtesy of the @RoyalStatSoc  and @d_spiegel  - important. Very useful, calm explanation of facts & links to further good sources across a broad range of issues. Spread the word!

Christmas Covid outbreaks a result of putting economy ahead of health, AMA says

A surge of retail stock trading over the last year lit the fuse that sent shares of GameStop rocketing higher without a clear business reason, market watchers say, squeezing hedge funds that had bet against the retailer and other companies that were out of favor on Wall Street

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A positive first step: the Biden administration is pausing Trump-approved arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates pending a broader review. Time to end US complicity in war crimes in Yemen.

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Labour leader Keir Starmer tells LBC he will force a vote on Monday around protecting leaseholders amid the Cladding Crisis. @NickFerrariLBC  | @Keir_Starmer  | #CallKeir 

ICYMI: Rand Paul sounds off on the 'waste of time' impeachment mission, and speaks to Newsmax TV about his efforts:

“There are no consequences in the Republican caucus for violence. No consequences for racism. No consequences for misogyny. No consequences for insurrection. And no consequences means that they condone it," Rep. Ocasio-Cortez says about the House GOP.

#BREAKING China warns US against 'politicising' WHO virus probe

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