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U.S president blocks release of interview recordings

U.S president Joseph Biden has blocked the release of audio recordings of his interviews with special counsel Robert Hur over his handling of classified documents. Hur questioned the president's memory and mental agility in a damning report earlier this year. Nick Harper reports from Washington.  

todayMay 17, 2024 8


More aid for Israel from the U.S. despite recent concern over Israel’s operation in Rafah

Washington is moving forward with another 1 billion dollars in military aid for Israel, despite U.S. President Joseph Biden only recently withholding weapons due to concerns about the impact on civilians. Israel continues a limited operation in Rafah despite warnings over the humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip being catastrophic. Caroline Malone has more for us.  

todayMay 16, 2024 8


U.S President says no tolerance for anti-semitism on campuses

U.S President Joseph Biden said there is no room for anti-semitism in our world, and emphasised that student protesters are allowed to exercise their freedom of speech against investment in Israel, but not to speak out against the country's existence. He was making a speech at an annual Holocaust memorial event at the Capitol in which the killing of six million Jews is remembered. Caroline Malone reports from Washington.  

todayMay 8, 2024 14


Biden Urges Order Amid Campus Unrest Across U.S

U.S President, Joseph Biden emphasizes the importance of order on college campuses as unrest spreads across universities nationwide. Police have made over 1000 arrests following pro-Palestinian protests and Gaza solidarity encampments at major schools, where students and staff advocate boycotting entities linked to Israel. However, recent violent clashes, allegations of provocative chants, and law enforcement responses have ignited outrage and fear, drawing criticism toward the Biden administration from various quarters. […]

todayMay 3, 2024 14

South Africa

Metalworkers union in S.A condemns Israeli Prime Minister and United States president for their actions in Palestine

Metalworkers union Numsa in S.A condemns Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and United States president Joe Biden for their actions in Palestine, accusing them of conducting a genocidal campaign against Palestinians. The union has announced its solidarity with Palestine, following a request from American activist Angela Davis. They have agreed to collaborate with Davis on a campaign to defend Palestine, mobilising support locally, regionally, and internationally. Numsa’s Phakamile Hlubi-Majola has […]

todayMay 2, 2024 3


U.S president Biden signs foreign aid/Tik Tok bill

U.S president Joseph Biden has signed into law a 95 billion dollar package to provide weapons and funding to Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan - as well as a possible ban on social media app TikTok. It comes after months of political wrangling and delays over sending aid to overseas conflicts. Kate Fisher reports from Washington  

todayApril 25, 2024 17


Nippon Steel faces presidential opposition to U.S Steel takeover

Nippon steel’s $14 billion acquisition of U.S Steel is coming under increased scrutiny as U.S President Joseph Biden vows to block the deal. The Japanese company has responded to opposition from both Biden and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump by saying the purchase would benefit US workers. Chris Gilbert reports from Tokyo.  

todayApril 18, 2024 9


U.S urges restraint following Iran’s attack on Israel

U.S President Joseph Biden is meeting Iraq's Prime Minister in Washington, as countries urge restraint in the Middle East. Israel is weighing up how to respond to Iran's unprecedented attack over the weekend, when it launched 100s of drones and missiles, which were nearly all intercepted. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken spoke to reporters in Washington and reiterated the US request to Israel for de-escalation, not retaliation.  

todayApril 16, 2024 8