US President Joe Biden has unveiled a new plan to tackle his country's COVID-19 emergency. Announcing the measures on his first full day in power, he said drastic action is needed.
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The world's richest countries have promised more money to buy vaccines for the global poor. US President Joe Biden, meanwhile, has signaled his support for multilateralism, ending Trump's unilateralist era.
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Heads of government around the world hope that new US President Joe Biden will cooperate to tackle global issues, lift sanctions and improve bilateral relations.
People in Germany are losing patience. Disappointment is spreading amid the ongoing lockdown, vaccine shortages and a chaotic appointment system. Sabine Kinkartz says politicians have to take their share of the blame.
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