by news.yahoo 01/20/2021
Self-described "Grim Reaper" Mitch McConnell is now saying Trump "provoked" the insurrection that occurred at the Capitol, possibly providing new signs of how Trump's trial will go. MNSBC's Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber points out that while McConnell went farther than most elected Republicans to blame Trump, he carefully used the word "provoke" instead of "incite." NYU law processor Melissa Murray and Dr. Jason Johnson both join to discuss the implications of this distinction.
AMMAN: Fatah and Hamas leaders appear to be moving closer to setting up a unified list that will be the basis of a Palestinian coalition government, a draft agreement between the rival factions reveals. The agreement, seen by Arab News, was a key factor in the decision to hold elections — Palestine’s first in 15 years — on May 22. Details of the accord were discussed at
DUBAI: Creative industries the world over have suffered under COVID-19 containment measures, which have led to event cancellations and loss of income for artists and venues. Although community-based initiatives in the Middle East have helped art-world professionals weather the worst of the pandemic’s financial blows, the art market itself has been forced to adapt to strange
MADRID: Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane has tested positive for Covid-19, the Spanish club announced Friday. The positive test comes a day before Madrid travel to Alaves in La Liga seeking to bounce back from an embarrassing midweek Copa del Rey exit. “Real Madrid C.F. report that our coach Zinedine Zidane has tested positive for Covid-19,” the club said in a statement.