Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi says his country’s door of dialogue with the United States on resolving bilateral trade disputes remains open, reiterating that Beijing is not after a trade war with Washington.
China’s door of dialogue with US on trade remains open: FM Wang
A 70-year-old woman and her two great-grandchildren were among six killed when a wildfire raged through an area of northern California and engulfed entire communities, officials and family members said.
6 killed as deadly California wildfire continues to grow
The death toll in the US state of California's wildfires rose to seven as shaken survivors recounted the horror of watching fast moving flames whip through neighborhoods and devour their homes.
Seven dead, seven missing as California wildfires spread
US President Donald Trump and his administration "absolutely support" the Federal Reserve's independence, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has claimed after Trump questioned the Fed's raising of interest rates.
Trump 'absolutely respects' Fed's independence, Mnuchin claims
A former US undersecretary of state criticized President Donald Trump for his uncalculated measures toward Iran, saying Trump does not understand Iran’s culture of resistance.
Sherman: Trump doesn’t understand Iran’s culture of resistance
US almond farmers are getting crunched from all sides as they head into what is likely to be a record harvest season.
US almonds reeling from Chinese tariffs
The head of Iran National Carpet Center (INCC) said it will file a lawsuit with international tribunals against fresh sanctions imposed by the US on the imports of handwoven Iranian rugs into the country.
Iran to sue US for blocking handwoven carpet imports
Therapists in the US say they have seen a rise in politically-related anxiety in the months following the election of US President Donald Trump, calling the phenomenon "Trump Anxiety Disorder."
Therapists say anxiety rising in US under Trump: Report
Demonstrations have turned violent in Peru during the Independence Day rallies after protesters faced off with riot police amid simmering public anger over newly-revealed alleged corruption of the government of President Martin Vizcarra and members of the judiciary.
Anti-corruption rally turns violent in Peru as riot police clash with protesters
Pope Francis on Saturday accepted the resignation of Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, one of the US Catholic Church’s most prominent figures, who has been at the center of a widening sexual abuse scandal.
US cardinal steps down amid widening sex abuse scandal

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