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The White House says a possible Ukraine invasion remains imminent as the president is promising major problems for Russia if that happens, Pfizer and BioNTech just started clinical trials for a vaccine made for the Omicron variant, British police are now investigating the birthday party Boris Johnson attended at the beginning of the pandemic while the rest of the country faced Covid-19 restrictions and with an increase in gun sales in 2021 statistics show there has also been a rise in gun violence.

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