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Episode 2758: EXIT The WHO; Breaking news On Debt Ceiling Debate

Episode 2758: EXIT The WHO; Breaking news On Debt Ceiling Debate

In the latest episode of global news, we saw a shocking development as the United States announced its exit from the World Health Organization (WHO). This move comes amid rising tensions between the US and the WHO over its response to the COVID-19 pandemic and alleged bias towards China.

This decision by the US has drawn widespread criticism from health experts and leaders across the world, with concerns raised about the impact it could have on global health initiatives. The WHO is the primary global body responsible for coordinating responses to public health crises and the US has been a major contributor to its funding.

However, the US has argued that the WHO has failed to hold China accountable for its handling of the COVID-19 outbreak and has criticized the organization for being too slow in its response to the pandemic.

In other breaking news, the US Congress has been locked in a heated debate over the debt ceiling, with the deadline for raising the limit fast approaching. Failure to reach a compromise could have serious consequences for the US economy, including a potential default on its debt.

The debt ceiling restricts the amount of money that the government can borrow, and reaching this limit has become an increasingly regular occurrence in recent years. Congress must now decide whether to increase the ceiling, as it has done in the past, or risk a damaging default.

The situation remains tense as both sides continue to negotiate, and the outcome of this debate could have far-reaching consequences for the US and the global economy.

As we continue to navigate these tumultuous times, it is important to remain informed and engaged with the world around us. From major global events to local news impacting our communities, staying up-to-date can help us make informed decisions and promote positive change.

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