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US and France Agreed to Extend the Negotiations on the Digital Tax

French President Emmanuel Macron and US President Donald Trump have agreed to extend the negotiations on the tax which France wants to levy on tech giants like Google and Amazon.

Thus, the danger of Washington imposing a duty on French goods was delayed because of the US's disagreement with the digital tax for US companies.

PM Borissov Left for Switzerland to Participate in the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos

Prime Minister Boyko Borissov is leaving for Switzerland to participate in the 50th World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, said the government press office. This year meeting's theme would be Stakeholders for a Cohesive and Sustainable World.

The worst is yet to come

US President Donald Trump has been in office for three years. In that time, he has upended political norms both at home and abroad, realigned US political divisions from "left vs right" into "us vs them," and rewritten the rules about presidential communication, one tweet at a time.

Prosecutors, defense lay out arguments for Trump's impeachment

President Donald Trump's defense team and the prosecutors of his impeachment are laying out their arguments over whether his conduct toward Ukraine warrants his removal from office.

Trump's lawyers on Jan. 19 previewed their impeachment defense with the questionable assertion that the charges against him are invalid, adopting a position rejected by Democrats as "nonsense."

Shooting the Messenger: The Demonisation of Journalists Must End

Since then, however, the fight to defend journalistic freedom has flagged, and public mobilisation has proved to be fleeting — including in the case of Charlie Hebdo.

In January 2019, the magazine's staff complained in an editorial that people no longer wanted to hear about the shootings. "Perhaps you should move on!" they were reportedly told.

Trump team, House managers trade sharp views on impeachment

President Donald Trump's legal team issued a fiery response on Jan. 18 ahead of opening arguments in his impeachment trial, while House Democrats laid out their case in forceful fashion, saying the president betrayed public trust with behavior that was the "worst nightmare" of the founding fathers.

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