Morning News Brief: January 22, 2020

WION Web Team New Delhi, Delhi, India Jan 22, 2020, 08.08 AM(IST)

Trump addresses the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland Photograph:( AFP )

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Trump tears into environmental 'doom' mongers at Davos forum

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Thunberg was in the audience in the Swiss Alps to hear the typically bullish speech by Trump, delivered just before the US Senate opened the crucial next stage in his trial for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. READ MORE

As death toll rises, China warns party cadres not to cover-up virus outbreak
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The commentary referred to the SARS outbreak as an example, saying delays and a cover-up in reporting the epidemic had hurt the government’s credibility and affected social stability.READ MORE

Pakistan PM Imran Khan meets Trump at World Economic Forum in Davos; rakes up Kashmir issue

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After the meeting with PM Imran Khan, Trump said that America has never been closer to Pakistan before than it is right now.READ MORE

Netflix interested in Meghan Markle, Prince Harry's story of royal exit

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Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos expressed interest in working with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their story of exit from the British royal family.READ MORE

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Sex scandal shocks Mexico: The Vatican must probe cover-up of child sexual abuse
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Vatican reform process has failed to address one key area - punishing known historic abusers and the people who covered for them.READ MORE

Family to mark Emiliano Sala's anniversary in 'quiet contemplation'
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The death of Cardiff forward Emiliano Sala in a plane crash a year ago will be marked by his family on Tuesday in "private, quiet contemplation of their loss", their lawyer said.READ MORE