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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A federal judge on Friday rejected a lawsuit from a Republican congressman that sought to allow Vice President Mike Pence to reject Electoral College votes for Joe Biden when Congress meets on Jan. 6 to certify his victory over President Donald Trump.
VIENNA (Reuters) -Iran has told the United Nations nuclear watchdog it plans to enrich uranium to up to 20% purity, a level it achieved before its 2015 accord, at its Fordow site buried inside a mountain, the agency said on Friday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -President Donald Trump suffered a stinging rebuke in the U.S. Senate on Friday when fellow Republicans joined Democrats to override a presidential veto for the first time in his tenure, pushing through a defense policy bill he opposed just weeks before he leaves office.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran executed a man on Thursday who had been convicted of murder 12 years ago when he was 16, a Western rights group said, drawing condemnation from the U.N. rights office which said it was prohibited under international law.
(This December 31 story was refiled to correct spelling of Delaware town to Rehoboth Beach instead of Rehobeth Beach, paragraph 4)
PETALING JAYA: Only 8.5% of foreign workers in targeted areas have been screened for Covid-19 from Dec 1-29, prompting calls for more effective awareness programmes to be carried out by the government.
PETALING JAYA: The MCO during the Covid-19 pandemic had been a blessing in disguise for the judiciary as it forced it to go for digitalisation without compromising the dispensing of justice, says Chief Justice Tun Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat.
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - The Vatican and the Australian Catholic Church have both denied knowledge of transfers worth US$1.8 billion which Australia's financial watchdog says have been sent from Rome to Australia in the past seven years.