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Donald Trump was acquitted on charge of inciting US capitol riot in 2nd Impeachment Trial

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Former US president, Donald Trump has been acquitted by the Senate in an impeachment trial over his role in the 6 January attack on the US Capitol, concluding the second impeachment trial […]

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Man donates one testicle for medical research due to Impeachment of Donald Trump

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One man who is a strong supporter of Donald Trump has just donated his left testicle to be used for medical research. This was after Donald Trump was impeached by the House […]

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1 March 2021 will be Zero Discrimination Day

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Every 1 March of each is ZERO Discrimination Day. This is a day to campaign for the end of discrimination surrounding sex, social status, income, age, health status, race, sexual orientation, religion […]

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‘Uber drivers are workers not self-employed’ – UK Supreme Court rules

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The United Kingdom’s Supreme Court ruled on Friday February 19, that cab hailing app, Uber drivers are workers and not self-employed and must be treated as such. This is a landmark ruling […]

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