The 6 January Capitol attacks in Washington, DC saw droves of Trump supporters storming the nation’s legislative chambers in a last-ditch attempt to stop Congress’s certification of the November 2020 election, which they believed was ‘stolen’. The mayhem soon became the pretext for a number of initiatives to permanently bar Trump from politics.
Taliban fighters are presently involved in offensives against the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) across the country, and already have a dominating presence in 24 of the 34 provinces. The escalating violence by the Taliban comes as the US-led foreign troops accelerate their withdrawal from the insurgency-ravaged country.
Juventus talisman Cristiano Ronaldo is not the first sports star to reject a soft drinks brand – in 2017, Virat Kohli, the captain of the Indian cricket team, rejected a multi-million deal with Pepsi.
Socialite and TV personality Lady Colin Campbell triggered a backlash earlier, when she appeared to defend disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein in the wake of a “car crash” BBC Newsnight interview given by Prince Andrew in 2019, claiming that “soliciting sex from minors is not pedophilia”.
India is now contending with an array or fungal diseases as it continues to reel from the effects of the COVID pandemic.
The Chinese government has also informed the IAEA that the situation is under control and plant is safe.
Prince William, 38, has gone bald in recent years, and his younger brother Prince Harry is also slowly but surely losing his ginger locks.
Jeffrey Epstein’s ex-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested last summer over claims that she has helped her infamous friend abuse young girls. She is currently faces eight charges, including sex trafficking conspiracy, sex trafficking of a minor, and perjury.