White House spokesperson John Kirby addressed the indictment by the US Justice Department against an Indian national involved in an alleged foiled assassination plot, saying Washington takes the allegations “very seriously”. Kirby cushioned the statement by stressing the importance of the bilateral relationship between the two countries. India remains a strategic partner of the US and the US is going to continue to work to improve and strengthen the partnership with India but the allegations of the assassination plot are very serious, White House official John Kirby said on being asked about the indictment of an Indian national in a 'plot-to-kill' Gurpatwant Pannun.
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In the latest developments surrounding former US President Donald Trump's legal battles, a judge has rejected Trump's request to access records from the congressional investigation into the US Capitol attack. In a decision on Monday, US District Judge Tanya Chutkan in Washington denied Donald Trump's request to obtain records from the Democratic-led House of Representatives probe into the January 6th attack. The former president argued that these records could be crucial for his defence against charges related to election interference. However, Judge Chutkan found Trump's justifications lacking.
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Secret Service agents guarding Joe Biden's granddaughter, Naomi Biden, fired shots at suspects attempting to break into an unoccupied government vehicle in Washington, D.C. Naomi was away during the incident, not in proximity. The surge in carjackings in D.C. marks a concerning trend in violent crime this year.
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This Day in History: , Vietnam Veterans
November 13, 1982.
Known as "The Wall,"
the moving memorial was
designed by Maya Lin, a 21-year-old
Yale University architecture student. .
Made of black granite, the
V-shaped wall holds the names
of the nearly 58,000 Americans
who died in the Vietnam war.
While controversy surrounded the
creation of "The Wall," it quickly became one
of the most-visited memorials in Washington, D.C.
The memorial's design allows for reflection.
Loved ones of the dead often leave tokens
of their grief, including notes and dog tags.
Etchings of the names also
became a commonplace practice.
"The Wall" has been a source of healing for those
whose lives were transformed by Vietnam, from
veterans to those who protested the war
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