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Republican Representatives, White House Doc Urge Biden to Take Cognitive Test

Joe Biden's predecessor, Donald Trump, claimed that he took a cognitive test at "Walter Reed Medical Center in front of doctors" and "aced" it.

Post-Summit, Putin Says Image of Biden Drawn by Media Has Nothing to Do With Reality

The Russian and US presidents held a historic summit meeting in Geneva, Switzerland on Wednesday, where they discussed a broad array of bilateral and global issues, and signed an agreement on the need for the nuclear superpowers to preserve global strategic stability.

How Biden’s Effort to Weaponize Human Rights Against Russia May Backfire on Washington

While Joe Biden has vowed to "press" Moscow on human rights issues in Geneva, he may be given a dose of his own medicine one day given Washington's record of human rights abuses both at home and abroad, according to economist and author Dr. Paul Craig Roberts.

Macron Slapped in Face During Tour of France

The French president began a grand tour of France last week ahead of regional elections and next year's presidential vote, with the trip expected to include around a dozen stops over the next two months.

Pope Francis ‘Pained’ as Remains of 215 Indigenous Children Found in ex-Catholic School in Canada

The gruesome discovery was made at a former boarding school, where Canadian authorities forcibly took indigenous children to assimilate them into "European cultural practices" since the 19th century.

Gates’ Divorce Prompts Scrutiny of His Past, Ties With Epstein & Clinton Foundation, Analyst Says

Bill Gates' philanthropist image is losing its lustre after the press started to dig into the magnate's past following the announcement of his divorce with his wife Melinda. What else may resurface in addition to Gates' affairs and meetings with billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein?

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