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Russia jails American-Israeli woman on drug charges despite Netanyahu plea
A Russian court sentenced a US-Israeli woman to seven and a half years in jail for drug offenses on Friday, a ruling Israel condemned as disproportionate and which her family said Moscow had linked to the fate of a Russian citizen detained in Israel.
Iran’s ‘Gray Body’ makes it to American film festival
Iranian short animated movie ‘Gray Body’, directed by Samaneh Shojaei, has been accepted into the competition program of the 15th Los Angeles Women's International Film Festival in the United States.
Trump administration’s war on scientific research has hit 'crisis point': Study
An American think-tank has warned the treatment of science by the administration of US President Donald Trump has hit a “crisis point,” where research findings are manipulated for political gain.
American support for impeaching Trump grows to 45% over Ukraine scandal: Poll
Nearly half of Americans believe US President Donald Trump should be impeached, a figure that increased by 8 percentage points during the past week as more people learned about allegations that Trump pressured Ukraine’s president to find damaging information about his top Democratic political rival Joe Biden, according to a new poll.
Chinese-American accused by US of spying for Beijing
A naturalized US citizen of Chinese descent working as a tour guide near San Francisco, California, has been charged by US officials of being an agent of the Chinese government and providing China with classified US national security information.
Trump’s administration conflicting messages to Iran baffle go-betweens: Report
Multiple American and European officials say the contradictory and conflicting messages the administration of US President Donald Trump keeps sending to Iran have complicated diplomatic efforts for American allies abroad and utterly baffled policymakers at home.
American pharmaceutical companies contributed to US opioid crisis: Data
American pharmaceutical companies contributed to the US opioid crisis by flooding the country with billions of prescription pain killers like OxyContin even as overdose deaths were accelerating, newly released government figures suggest.
Americans’ pride in US hits lowest point since 2001: Gallup poll
Americans' pride in the US is at its lowest point since 2001, with less than half saying they are "extremely proud" to be American, according to a nationwide survey.
‘Every US president lies to American public’: Analyst
Every US president “lies to the American public, and often with disastrous results,” according to Myles Hoenig, an American political analyst and activist.
US Navy accuses Russian Navy of ‘unsafe and unprofessional’ approach
The US Navy has accused the Russian Navy of an “unsafe and unprofessional” approach after a Russian destroyer nearly collided with one of American guided missile cruisers in the Philippine Sea.
Democrats will lose in 2020 elections if they impeach Trump: Analyst
Members of the Democratic Party in the US Congress are seeking to Impeach President Donald Trump for the wrong reasons and risk boosting the Republicans in the 2020 elections if they launch impeachment proceedings, an American author and radio host says.
American becomes 11th to die in Everest amid reports of overcrowding
An American climber died shortly after reaching the top of Mount Everest and achieving his dream of scaling the highest peaks of the world's seven continents.
IRGC: American officials suffer from mess in their thoughts
US President Donald Trump’s administration does not dare wage a war on Iran despite its recent deployment of an aircraft carrier and bombers in the Persian Gulf, because the American officials are suffering from some mess in their thoughts, said a senior official of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC).
At least 100 Central American migrants arrested in Mexico
A group of approximately 100 Central American migrants were detained by members of the National Migration Institute during an operation close to the Mexican town of Huixtla in Chiapas State on Tuesday afternoon (April 16), Milenio TV reported.
American officials say many troops will remain in Syria in reversal of total pullout
American officials say the US has backpedaled on its plan for a total withdrawal from Syria and will keep a large portion of its forces on the ground there.

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