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‘I’m upset you called me a killer,’ Putin allegedly told Biden after US president’s words sparked diplomatic row – new book claims
Russian President Vladimir Putin took his American counterpart, Joe Biden, to task in a call earlier this year after being branded a “killer” in an explosive interview that saw relations between the two leaders hit rock bottom.
That’s according to a new behind-the-scenes account of the Biden administration’s first weeks in power, written by Washington Post journalists Bob Woodward and Robert Costa, with excerpts picked up by US media on Monday.
In April, during the first bilateral call since the Democratic Party politician took office, Putin reportedly told Biden that “I’m upset you called me a killer.” Just weeks before, Biden had been asked in an interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos whether he viewed the Russian leader as “a killer.” “Mmm hmm, I do,” Biden replied.
'I'm upset you called me a killer,' Putin allegedly told Biden after US president's words sparked diplomatic row – new book claims - Primeview TV Russian President Vladimir Putin took his American counterpart, Joe Biden, to task in a call earlier this year after being branded a "killer" in an explosive
How do you deal with the Taliban? With West still reeling from militants’ victory in Afghanistan, Russia & China are taking charge
By Tarik Cyril Amar, a historian at Koc University in Istanbul working on Russia, Ukraine, and Eastern Europe, the history of World War II, the cultural Cold War, and the politics of memory. He tweets under @tarikcyrilamar.When history speeds up, it plays havoc with our sense of time. It may seem longer, but it has only been around a month since the world was shaken by a geopolitical earthquake, with its epicenter in the Afghan capital of Kabul.
The lasting effects of the Taliban’s rapid re-conquest of Afghanistan, ending with their seizure of the city in the middle of August, are still unfolding. What comes next for the country, and for its place in the world, is still to be decided.
One piece of wishful thinking already debunked by the facts is the idea that, after 20 years of war, the Taliban 2.0 is more liberal and less inclined to brutality than it was when its predecessors ruled Afghanistan between 1996 and 2001. Cunningly, the group has tried to foster this illusion of moderation. Yet the militants’ actions speak louder than words. In reality, they have installed a government that reveals the lie behind their promises of inclusivity.
The new cabinet is made up of Taliban fighters, entirely male, and has almost no members from the country’s many ethnic minorities. It also features leading cadres of the especially brutal Haqqani network. With about half of its members on UN sanctions lists, the new government may still be officially an interim administration, but let’s not be naïve about its position. It is as if Afghanistan’s incoming rulers have hung out a large sign, saying in big, bold letters: “WE won the war, and we don’t give a damn what the losers think.”
How do you deal with the Taliban? With West still reeling from militants’ victory in Afghanistan, Russia & China are taking charge - Primeview TV By Tarik Cyril Amar, a historian at Koc University in Istanbul working on Russia, Ukraine, and Eastern Europe, the history of World War II, the cultural
ECHR rules Russia was responsible for death of Litvinenko, former FSB agent who defected to Britain’s MI6 – Moscow denies role
Europe’s top human rights court has ruled that Moscow’s security services were behind the 2006 death by poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko, a former Russian intelligence officer who moved to London and defected to Britain’s MI6.
In a judgement issued on Tuesday morning, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) concluded that “Russia was responsible for assassination of Litvinenko in the UK.”
The spy, who ran key operations in the war-torn region of Chechnya during the bloody civil conflict in the early 1990s, began working for the UK’s MI6 foreign intelligence service after leaving Russia in 2000. He was recruited, officials said, to provide “useful information about senior Kremlin figures and their links with Russian organized crime.” In his absence a court in Moscow found him guilty of corruption and sentenced him to three-and-a-half years behind bars.
Messi OUT of PSG’s next game with injury as reports insist no problem between substituted star & PSG boss Pochettino
A knee injury is set to rule Lionel Messi out of PSG’s next match after reports in France claimed there are no lingering issues between the star and manager Mauricio Pochettino, despite Messi being substituted on his home debut.
Messi appeared unhappy as he was replaced with Achraf Hakimi towards the end of the meeting with Lyon at the Parc des Princes on Sunday, with the scores level at 1-1.
The six-time Ballon d’Or winner barely responded to Pochettino’s gesture of an outstretched hand and cut a glum figure as he watched the remainder of the game from the bench.
PSG went on to win thanks to an injury-time header from substitute Mauro Icardi, which maintained their 100% start to the season.
Messi OUT of PSG’s next game with injury as reports insist no problem between substituted star & PSG boss Pochettino - Primeview TV A knee injury is set to rule Lionel Messi out of PSG’s next match after reports in France claimed there are no lingering issues between the star and manager
LA County says maskless Emmys ceremony was NOT in violation of Covid-19 rules, exemption made for ‘performers’
Los Angeles health officials sprang to the Emmys’ defense, hailing safety protocols at the show and noting that it’s exempt from the mask mandate as a television production after the sight of maskless celebrities stoked outrage. The 73rd annual Emmy Awards that took place at the Event Deck at LA Live, which is considered to be an indoor-outdoor venue, has courted massive controversy due to the guests sporting no masks despite it being tightly packed.
The organizers were accused of hypocrisy and elitism at a time when children have to mask up at school – a highly politicized issue, which has been fueling legal battles between Republican governors and proponents of school-mask mandates. Responding to the backlash sparked by the ceremony, LA County’s health officer on Monday defended the gathering, insisting that neither the assorted celebrities nor the organizers had done anything wrong. The official invoked exemptions in place for film, television and music production, arguing that since the Emmys were televised, they fall under this category.
LA County says maskless Emmys ceremony was NOT in violation of Covid-19 rules, exemption made for ‘performers’ - Primeview TV Los Angeles health officials sprang to the Emmys’ defense, hailing safety protocols at the show and noting that it’s exempt from the mask mandate as a
Jeff Bezos Loses The World’s Richest Person Crown
Amazon.com, Inc Chair and recent space traveler Jeff Bezos is no longer the world’s richest person, according to the Forbes Real-Time Billionaire’s List.
What Happened: Bezos, worth $192.6 billion at press time, was displaced by billionaire Bernard Arnault, CEO of the luxury goods firm LVMH Moët Hennessy – Louis Vuitton S.A. and his family. Arnault and family’s net worth is estimated to be $196.2 billion by Forbes. Other notables on the list include Tesla Inc CEO Elon Musk and Microsoft Corporation co-founder Bill Gates, who occupy the third and fourth spots on the list of the ultra-rich respectively.
Notably, Bezos’ displacement from the top spot comes shortly after Amazon’s second-quarter numbers were released on Thursday.
Jeff Bezos Loses The World's Richest Person Crown - Primeview TV Amazon.com, Inc Chair and recent space traveler Jeff Bezos is no longer the world’s richest person, according to the Forbes Real-Time Billionaire’s List.
US Republicans call for sanctions against Australia over police treatment of protesters
American Republicans called on the United States to impose sanctions against Australia this week in response to several cases of Australian police officers violently attacking ‘unauthorized protesters’.
On Sunday, Ben Kew – the English editor of the conservative Florida-based publication El American – declared in an article that Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison “must be made to pay for such flagrant human rights violations” that have taken place against protesters and other Australians through the use of strict Covid-19 lockdown restrictions.
What has taken place in this former colonial outpost is neither normal nor acceptable. In fact, the behavior of the Australian government and its security apparatus has openly violated the most fundamental rights of its citizens,” Kew wrote, noting Australia’s development of a facial recognition app to keep people in quarantine, its prohibition of Australians leaving the country, and its policies that have kept tens of thousands of Australian citizens stranded abroad.
US Republicans call for sanctions against Australia over police treatment of protesters - Primeview TV American Republicans called on the United States to impose sanctions against Australia this week in response to several cases of Australian police officers
L.A. City Council votes to require COVID-19 vaccine for city employees
Los Angeles city employees will have to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by early October, unless they are granted an exemption for medical or religious reasons, under a new ordinance approved Wednesday by the City Council.
The law, approved on a 13-0 vote, now goes to Mayor Eric Garcetti for his signature. It would permit people with medical conditions or “sincerely held religious beliefs” that prevent them from getting the shots to seek an exemption, requiring regular testing for such employees.
However, it would not allow L.A. municipal employees to simply opt for testing if they wish to avoid getting vaccinated for other reasons, because “the city’s goal is to have a vaccinated workforce,” the proposal states.
“How can we ask Angelenos to be vaccinated if we are not doing it ourselves?” said City Council President Nury Martinez. “We need to set the strong example for our communities. The vaccines are available; they’re effective; and they are keeping people out of the hospital and off ventilators.”
She added: “We cannot, and will not, be held back by those who do not want to get vaccinated.”
L.A. City Council votes to require COVID-19 vaccine for city employees - Primeview TV Los Angeles city employees will have to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by early October, unless they are granted an exemption for medical or religious
Construction of the subsea telecom system, Africa-1, begins to connect Africa, the Middle East and Europe
Alcatel Submarine Networks (ASN) have started the implementation of a new telecommunications optical submarine network.
his 10,000 km cable will provide 8 fiber pairs to connect Africa and the Middle East eastward to Pakistan and westward to Europe, increasing the available transmission capacity between Asia and Europe.
The Africa-1 system is expected to be ready for operation by end 2023 and will initially have landings in Kenya, Djibouti, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Egypt and France. The system will also land in Sudan, cross Egypt through diverse new terrestrial routes on the way to France, and further connect other countries in the Mediterranean such as Algeria, Tunisia and Italy.
Construction of the subsea telecom system, Africa-1, begins to connect Africa, the Middle East and Europe - Primeview TV The Africa-1 consortium – currently formed of Etisalat, G42, Mobily, Pakistan Telecommunication Company and Telecom Egypt and Alcatel Submarine Networks (ASN)
ED launches new economic blueprint
PRESIDENT Mnangagwa yesterday launched the National Development Strategy 1 (NDS1), which is anchored on economic growth and institutional reforms aimed
at attaining an upper middle-income economy by 2030.
The policy document aptly tables policies, institutional reforms and 14 national priorities needed between 2021-2025 for the country to achieve an
upper middle-income economy status in line with Vision 2030. Government has also developed a robust monitoring and evaluation system that will anchor the NDS1.
Some of the national priorities include economic growth and stability and it is envisaged that the economy will record average GDP growth rates of above five percent
; stabilise the forex exchange rate and maintain a low inflation.
It will also result in increased gross national income (GNI) per capita income to levels of more than US$3 000 by 2025 and create more than 700 000 formal jobs
thereby reducing extreme poverty.
NDS1, which is the successor to the Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP), which ran from October 2018 to this year, is the second step of the Government’s
determination to attain Vision 2030 as enunciated by the President.
Teachers return to work as civil servants accept pay deal
Civil servants yesterday accepted the 41 percent salary increase by Government, including allowances, with teachers getting an additional 10 percent
risk allowance, breaking the ongoing impasse. This opens the way for the newly reopened schools to be fully staffed soon, with all teachers expected
to be back in their classrooms this week.
The latest increase will see the least- paid civil servant earning about $14 500 while the lowest-paid teacher will earn a little over $18 000.
Most teachers will now be returning to duty after the Zimbabwe Teachers Association (Zimta), the largest and oldest teachers union, yesterday advised all
its members to return to work while the association continues to press for improvements in conditions of service.
In a statement, Zimta national secretary-general Mr Tapson Nganunu Sibanda said they expected teachers who live at or near their schools, or at least in the
same town or city, to be back in their classrooms this week while the association expected those that have a long way to travel to report as soon as they had
received November salaries and so had the money for transport.
Alrosa partnership gains momentum
Government’s vision to have a US$12 billion mining industry-driven economy by 2023 is gradually gaining momentum through
the penning of various partnerships with several players in the mining sector, a Cabinet minister said yesterday.
Mines and Mining Development Minister Winston Chitando said a lot of ground had been covered in terms of capacitating the
mining sector and implementation of the value addition and beneficiation concepts.He said this after assessing the setting up
of a Diamond Washing Plant in Beitbridge that is a culmination of an agreement signed last year by Government and Russia’s Alrosa.
This is under the Malipati special grant that covers areas in Matabeleland South and Masvingo provinces.
primeviewtv.co.zw Government’s vision to have a US$12 billion mining industry-driven economy by 2023 is gradually gaining momentum through the penning of various
US election: EU pins hopes on Joe Biden victory
US President Donald Trump has stretched and strained relations with many of the country’s long-standing allies in Europe.
Many EU politicians are hoping that a win for Joe Biden could turn things around.
The trans-Atlantic relationship has taken a beating over the four years of a Trump presidency. But Janis Emmanouilidis believes
there is still hope for the partnership — if the Democratic candidate Joe Biden were to win the US presidential election on Tuesday.
“No one is naive, thinking that we will return to some form of status quo ante. You will not be able to return time to the good old days.
So there will still be problems in the trans-Atlantic relations. But with respect to a Biden presidency, there are hopes that the situation could
substantially improve,” said Emmanouilidis, the director of the European Policy Centre, a Brussels think tank.
Emmanouilidis fears the EU-US relationship will deteriorate even further should Biden prove unable to oust Donald Trump from the White House.
primeviewtv.co.zw US President Donald Trump has stretched and strained relations with many of the country's long-standing allies in Europe. Many EU politicians are hoping that
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