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Biden's Approval Rating dropped to 39% two weeks before the Midterm Elections

US President Joe Biden has fallen to an all-time low in approval ratings just two weeks before the U.S. midterm elections that will determine the remainder of his term, a Reuters/Ipsos poll showed.

The two-day national poll found 39 percent of Americans approve of Biden's job performance, down one percentage point from a week earlier.

North Korea's Sabre-Rattling sparks "Dominance" Fears in China

In order to ensure that its economic and political interests in the Korean Peninsula region are not threatened by the West, China wants North Korea to avoid sabre-rattling, especially during the National Congress, where Chinese President Xi Jinping will be declared President for an unprecedented third term, media reports said.

Government announces raft of state support measures for flood-stricken parts of Crete

A government task force visiting flood-stricken Crete on Sunday announced a package of support measures that will include the immediate disbursement of 400,000 euros to the municipality of Malevizi and immediate payment of compensation to those affected by the disaster from State Support funds.

How Xi Jinping plans to tighten his grip at historic Chinese Communist Party Congress

President Xi Jinping's expected reappointment for a third five-year term as head of the Chinese Communist Party and the military is set to be a watershed moment in China's modern history. As with Deng Xiaoping's launch of economic reforms in 1979 and his decision a decade later to crush pro-democracy protests with force, it will — for better or worse — radically alter the country's course.

A previously unseen video footage has been released PHOTO

The committee investigating the January 2021 attack on the Capitol has released previously unseen footage showing US Secretary of State Nancy Pelosi and other representatives calling the Defense Department and White House staff for help as former President Donald Trump's supporters storm the building.

Jan 6 panel subpoenas Trump, shows startling new video

The House Jan. 6 committee voted unanimously on Oct. 13 to subpoena former President Donald Trump, demanding his personal testimony as it unveiled startling new video of close aides describing his multi-part plan to overturn his 2020 election loss that led to his supporters' fierce assault on the U.S. Capitol.

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