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Paraguay’s president survives impeachment bid over pandemic

Recent days have seen a series of protests against Abdo's government amid overwhelmed hospitals and shortages of vaccines and drugs for COVID-19 patients.

Impeachment isn’t the final word on Capitol riot for Trump

Trump urged the crowd on January 6 to march on the Capitol, where Congress was meeting to affirm Joe Biden's presidential election.

Donald Trump indicates active public life after 2nd impeachment acquittal

Trump, 74, faced the charge of incitement of insurrection over the deadly January 6 assault of the US Capitol by his supporters.

US Senate clears Trump over January 6 Capitol violence following impeachment trial

Trump, a Republican, is the first-ever president to have been impeached twice and the first president to have faced impeachment after leaving office.

Thousands take to streets protesting Brazil’s Bolsonaro

The president has long resisted lockdown measures against the new coronavirus, arguing economic damage would be worse than the disease.

Pence refuses to oust unrepentant Trump, sets stage for impeachment

Pence, who met Trump on Tuesday, wrote to Speaker Nancy Pelosi that he will not accept her request to remove Trump through a constitutional move, flouting her 24-hour notice for him to comply or have Trump impeached.

Ready to start 2nd impeachment proceedings against Trump: Pelosi

In a letter to her colleagues sent on Sunday, Pelosi said the House Democrats will introduce a resolution on Monday urging Vice President Mike Pence to "convene and mobilise the Cabinet to activate the 25th Amendment

House Democrats to introduce article of impeachment against Trump

California Congressman Ted Lieu, a Democratic member of the House Judiciary Committee, tweeted on Saturday that the article of impeachment, which has so far had 180 co-sponsors, will be brought forward

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