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Russia again urges US to lift sanctions on Iran amid coronavirus pandemic
Moscow once again called on the Washington to abandon its unilateral sanctions against Iran amid the coronavirus pandemic, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said on Saturday.
Washington senator 'so angry and frustrated' by Trump's coronavirus response
Washington Senator Patty Murray (D) has said she is “so angry and frustrated” by President Donald Trump’s response to the coronavirus outbreak as the disease wreaks havoc in her home state.
Washington, New Delhi at odds over trade as Trump to arrive in India Monday: US officials
Trump administration officials on Friday acknowledged that US President Donald Trump’s visit to India next week will not result in even a limited trade deal, saying they still have major concerns over India’s trade barriers.
Former US lawmaker registered as lobbyist for Emirates in Washington
A former US congresswoman has been registered as a foreign agent for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to lobby US officials regarding “export controls and sanctions, and foreign and defense policies.”
Bin Salman hacked Washington Post owner's phone by malicious WhatsApp file: Probe
A new investigation shows the mobile phone of Amazon CEO and Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos was hacked in 2018 after receiving a WhatsApp message sent from a number belonging to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MbS).
UK PM admits Washington must allow officials into US for UN affairs
British Prime Minister Boris and Labour's Jeremy exchanged bitter blows over the US-Iran crisis with the latter asking what Johnson would do to make sure the Iranian foreign minister could attend the UN in New York after being denied a visa by the US.
Washington must pay the price for legislation on Uighurs: Beijing
In the wake of a move by the US House of Representatives to overwhelmingly pass legislation seeking sanctions against senior Chinese officials over the crackdown on mainly Muslim Uighurs in Xinjiang, the government in Beijing has warned that a "price must be paid."
Pompeo heads to Germany as he faces tumult in Washington over impeachment probe
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is heading to Germany to improve relations with Berlin as he comes under growing domestic criticism for his role in the events that led to the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.
US military pullout from Qatar indicates instability in Washington: Analyst
The US military pullout from Qatar indicates instability and an unpredictable course of events in Washington, says a former United States Senate military and foreign policy analyst.
Iran blasts 'economic terrorism' after US sanctions Russia, China
Iran condemned Washington's recent sanctions targeting Russia and China, urging the international community to stand against the US' "thuggish unilateralism" and "destructive economic terrorism".
UN headquarters held hostage by Washington: Iran
Iran says Washington’s obstructing the issuance of visa for Iranian officials to attend the United Nations General Assembly indicates the fact that the international body has been taken hostage by the White House.
North Korea says willing to resume US talks this month, launches more projectiles
North Korea said on Monday it was willing to restart nuclear talks with the United States in late September but warned that dealings between the sides could end unless Washington takes a fresh approach.
If US toys with old scenario, talks will fail: North Korea
There will not be any deal between North Korea and the United States if Washington “toys with an old scenario” with regard to bilateral negotiations, says a senior North Korean official.
Washington-backed Kurdish militants voice support for US-Turkey ‘safe zone’ in northern Syria
US-backed Kurdish militants operating in northern Syria have expressed their support for a so-called safe zone plan in the area.
Putin warns Moscow will develop new nuclear missiles if Washington does so
Russian President Vladimir Putin has urged the United States to start new arms talks, a few days after the collapse of the landmark Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), warning that Moscow will be forced to begin developing short- and intermediate-range land-based nuclear missiles if Washington starts doing so.

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