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The White House confirmed the attack, but said that its ongoing evacuations would "continue uninterrupted"
He described the images coming out of Afghanistan as "gut-wrenching" but said: "I've learned the hard way that there was never a good time to withdraw US forces.
The Pentagon's massive task of removing service members and equipment out of Afghanistan is nearly complete and the US military mission is slated to end by August 31.
Guy Rosen, VP of Integrity at Facebook, said in a blog post on Saturday that at a time when Covid-19 cases are rising in the US, the Biden administration has chosen to blame a handful of American social media companies.
Biden said to protect democracy required people of goodwill and courage to stand up to the hate, lies, and the extremism that led to this “vicious attack”.
Biden has said it would be an important step if the United States and Russia were able to ultimately find “stability and predictability" in their relationship.
Biden administration officials see the moment as an opportunity to take concrete action to speak out against China's reliance on forced labour as an “affront to human dignity."
The meeting took place in the seaside resort of Carbis Bay, Cornwall, on Thursday on the eve of the G7 Leaders' Summit, Xinhua news agency reported.
According to the plan, the US will pay for the doses at a "not for profit" price, which will be distributed through COVAX -- the international vaccine-sharing initiative.
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