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Johnny Depp denies having assaulted a woman.
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Johnny Depp denies having assaulted a woman.

Johnny Depp, testified in court that he never really harmed his ex-wife Amber Heard with a case value totaling $50 million ($38 million). The lawsuit is over an opinion piece Ms Heard wrote for the Washington Post in which she termed herself a victim of domestic violence. He denies any abuse. Ms Heard has sued back, bearing a $100 million counterclaim against Mr Depp. The closely watched civil suit, which is taking place in Virginia, is now in the second of its two weeks. Ms Heard's team depicts Mr Depp as an abusive partner. Mr Depp's team has presented Ms Heard's accusations of assault as a "hoax" and a calculated strategy to discredit his reputation. Speaking to the jury on Tuesday, Mr Depp said the truth was all that mattered to him now. "I have never struck Ms Heard in this way...
Biden has not decided whether he will go to Ukraine.
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Biden has not decided whether he will go to Ukraine.

President Biden says he doesn't know if he'll travel to Ukraine, despite the White House's insistence that he go. Biden said in an interview aired on CBS News Sunday morning that he is "not certain" about his plan and that it depends on developments in the country. The vice president's comments come as tensions mount between Russia and Ukraine over the latter's efforts to assert its independence from Moscow. Speaking at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Tuesday, US President Joe Biden was uncertain if he would travel to Ukraine. “The answer is, I don’t know,” Biden told reporters following his remarks on infrastructure, later adding, “I’ve been to Ukraine many times, just haven’t been there recently.” The White House has made no official announcements regarding whether the President wou...