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Author: Vijeta Uniyal

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Vijeta Uniyal

Vijeta Uniyal is an Indian journalist based in Germany. He is Senior Distinguished Fellow at the Gatestone Institute.

Iran has refused President Joe Biden's proposal to end the nuclear enrichment in return for further easing of sanctions. The move is part of the Biden administration's effort to start talks with Iran to restore the Obama-era nuclear arrangement. 

Last month Iran turned down Biden's offer to enter into nuclear talks even as the White House rolled back some major international sanctions on the regime. His administration revoked the enforcement of the U.N. sanctions and weapons embargo on Tehran, reversing a decision taken by President Donald Trump. 

In a historic shift, the European Union has imposed sanctions against Communist China for the first time in more than thirty years. Brussels froze Chinese assets and sanctioned four senior Chinese officials for their role in human rights violations inside China -- the first measure of its kind since the end of the Cold War. 

While President Joe Biden's administration looks forward to diplomatic talks with China and Iran, both regimes have started to build ballistic missile facilities. 

Chinese nuclear-armed ballistic missiles are not only capable of hitting anywhere in the world, but they can also target satellites and space assets in the earth's orbit. Iran, aided by Russian, Chinese, and North Korean technology, can strike western Europe. 

Public opinion in the United Kingdom has turned against Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle after they made racism allegation against the Royal Family. The popularity of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex has now dropped to their lowest level ever after their highly-publicized interview with Oprah Winfrey last weekend, the latest YouGov poll shows.
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