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Three former US presidents pledge to get COVID-19 vaccine publicly

WASHINGTON: Former United States presidents Barack Obama, George W Bush and Bill Clinton have volunteered to have their COVID-19 vaccinations be publicly televised. The trio of two Democrats and one Republican said they would get the jab once it has

Obama slams Trump’s handling of coronavirus crisis

PHILADELPHIA: Former United States President Barack Obama returned to the campaign trail with a blistering attack on Donald Trump with less than two weeks to go before the face-off with Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Speaking at a drive-in rally in

International Lefthanders Day being observed today

ISLAMABAD: The International Left-handers Day is being observed across the world today. The day is marked every year on 13th August 13 to raise awareness of the advantages and disadvantages of being left-handed in a predominantly right-handed world. The day

Barack Obama will be first guest on Michelle’s new podcast

CHICAGO: Michelle Obama has revealed that her husband and former US president Barrack would be the first guest on her new podcast starting later this month. ‘The Michelle Obama Podcast’ will be exclusively broadcast on Spotify from 29th July and

Obama to speak at virtual high school graduation ceremony

CHICAGO: Former United States President Barack Obama will be the commencement speaker this month at arguably the world’s largest high school graduation ceremony. Obama’s address will be the highlight of Graduate Together: America Honors the High School Class of 2020.

Barack Obama endorses Joe Biden’s presidential bid

CHICAGO: Former President Barack Obama stepped from the political sidelines and formally endorsed his former Vice President, Joe Biden, giving the Democratic presidential nominee a boost for the upcoming presidential elections. In a 12-minute video released by the Biden campaign,