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Riots break out in Seattle and Portland after Biden’s inauguration

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Representatives of left-wing movements in the United States staged riots after President Joseph Biden's inauguration in two major cities on the west coast of the United States-Seattle and Portland, Report mentions, citing TASS.

In Seattle, protesters gathered in the city center, smashed an Amazon store and a courthouse, and burned the American flag. According to Fox News, citing eyewitnesses, the pogrom was organized by representatives of radical left-wing movements, including anti-fascists. Police arrested two people for breaking and causing property damage.

Representatives of radical left-wing movements also staged riots in Portland. The protesters were shouting slogans that they don't want Biden, they want justice. A group of 150 people trashed the city office of the Democratic Party, smashing windows and painting graffiti on the walls. Police arrived at the scene and detained eight people for participating in riots and arson, after which the protesters dispersed.

In another part of Portland, a crowd threw rocks and bottles at the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement building. According to police, some of the protesters were seen carrying stun guns, shields, and gas canisters. They also shouted slogans indicating their affiliation with anti-fascist groups and the BLM movement.

Democrat Joseph Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on January 20.

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President of Azerbaijan makes speech at virtual Summit of Economic Cooperation Organization

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The 14th Summit of the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) is being virtually held.

Report informs, citing Azertag, that President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev made a speech at the meeting in a video format.

The meeting continues.

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40 containers shipped from Uzbekistan to Turkey via BTK

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ADY Container, a subsidiary of Azerbaijan Railways, continues to transport cargo from Central Asia to Turkey and Europe by rail through Azerbaijan, Report informs, citing the company.

Currently, there are ten containers on the way, heading from Tashkent, Uzbekistan, to Iskenderun, Turkey. Also, 30 containers are being transported from Bukhara, Uzbekistan, to Mersin, Turkey. Upon arrival at the port of Turkmenbashi, Turkmenistan, 40- and 45-foot containers will be loaded onto a feeder ship and delivered to the Baku port. Then the containers will be shipped to Turkey by the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway.

Another 15 containers sent from Bukhara are being transported to Bulgaria. After delivery from Turkmenbashi to Baku, these containers will be sent to one of Georgia’s Black Sea ports. From there, they will be shipped to Bulgaria by sea.

Seventeen containers with imported cargo will be delivered from Uzbekistan to Azerbaijan. The delivery station is Hajigabul.

Other 56 containers are expected to be transported by rail from Uzbekistan to Turkey and Europe shortly.

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Central Bank of Turkey posts rise in currency reserves

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Currency reserves of the Central Bank of Turkey rose $1.166 billion or 1.2% to $95.214 billion last week, Report informs, citing Turkish media.

According to the information, $40.719 billion of the currency reserves were gold reserves, up $535 million, or 1.3% from the previous week.

The reserves in different currencies increased by $631 million or 1.2% to $54.495 billion.

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