The Taliban said they had shot down a US military plane in the central Afghan province of Ghazni on Monday, killing all personnel on board.
Taliban say have brought down US military plane in Afghanistan
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif slammed US President Donald Trump’s call for direct talks with Iran as “wishful thinking,” insisting that the only venue for talks with Tehran would be “at the P5+1 table."
Zarif rebuffs Trump's call for direct talks as 'wishful thinking'
The stakes over witness testimony at US President Donald Trump's impeachment trial rose after a draft of a book from former national security adviser John Bolton appeared to undercut a key defense argument.
Democrats demand Bolton testify at Trump's impeachment trial
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America, the idea, is lost
Palestinian factions reiterated their rejection of the controversial US plan on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict which is expected to be unveiled by President Donald Trump this week, calling for a “day of rage.”
Palestinians reiterate rejection of US ‘deal of the century’
US Senator Bernie Sanders pulled ahead in a New Hampshire poll released on Sunday, bolstering evidence that he is gaining momentum with only days left until voting begins in the Democratic presidential contest.
US presidential hopeful Sanders surges in early primary states, national polls
Defenses stiffened against epidemic as death toll hits 56
China is using AbbVie Inc.’s HIV drugs as an ad-hoc treatment for pneumonia caused by the new coronavirus while the global search for a cure continues, Bloomberg reported.
China names HIV drugs as part of treatment for Wuhan virus
The United Nations mission to Libya slammed ongoing violations of a UN Security Council arms embargo, despite commitments made a week ago at an international summit in Berlin.
UN slams Libya arms embargo violations despite Berlin pledges

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