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ICYMI – Navalny protests, Biden in office and WEF partnership

We start in Russia, as over 3,000 protesters were arrested this Saturday whilst demanding the release of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny. The EU now considers imposing fresh sanctions on Russian individuals.

Meanwhile, President Biden got to work right after his inauguration, signing 17 executive actions, ranging from orders, to memoranda and directives. Reuters exclusively reported yesterday his plans to impose a ban on most non-U.S. citizens entering the country who have recently been in South Africa starting Saturday.

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