US President Joe Biden and VP Kamala Harris made the remarks as the US remembers the victims of the Capitol massacre.
People in the United States remember only one year deadly attack at the US Capitol, which officials in Washington, DC described as “a major attack” on the country’s democracy.
A group of people who follow former President Donald Trump attacked the Capitol on January 6, 2021, when Congress met to confirm Joe Biden’s election victory.
Five people were killed in the riots, Trump was later indicted for “incitement” and more than 725. people have been blamed in line with attempts to disrupt the democratic transition of power.
Several events are scheduled for US headquarters on Thursday to commemorate the sombre day, with US President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris addressed the country from the Capitol at 9:00 am ET (14:00 GMT).
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other leading Democrats have been silent for a long time on the floor of the House before leading a riot discussion with historians. A prayer vigil also took place Thursday evening.
Here are some recent updates:
4 minutes ago (13:23 GMT)
The U.S. Attorney General has promised to respond
U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland has said he promised to uphold justice and hold justice as a result of the January 6 Capitol riots.
At a press conference Wednesday, Garland said the U.S. Department of Justice will not stop prosecuting perpetrators for what it described as “unprecedented attacks” on US democracy.
Garland said the Justice Department had filed more than 725 cases as a result of the riots. Serious cases were laid against people accused of police brutality and participation in a plot to undermine President Biden’s victory.
17 minutes ago (13:10 GMT)
Confused face: Where is he now?
From a shirtless teenager with face paint, tattoos and a big fur hat, to a Confederate terrorist and a man with his feet on the speakers’ desk at the US House, the Capitol riots created more. memorable photos.
Al Jazeera’s Ali Harb followed some of them very memorable characters to see where they are now – and where the charges against them are.
32 minutes ago (12:55 GMT)
‘Awakening call’ threatens the right-wing US people
A year after the January 6 riots, a former terrorist activist in the United States worries that the same wolf attacks from right-wing terrorists could end. it poses a serious security problem until 2022.
“It was a wake-up call,” Jason Blazakis, a former head of the US anti-terrorism department, told Al Jazeera.
“[The far-right] it was a threat that was not ignored by security officials and lawmakers who sometimes tried to ignore the issue for political reasons …