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US troops, veterans tired of Washington’s wars in Iraq, Afghanistan: Poll
Most American troops and veterans believe that the US wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have been going on for too long, a new poll has revealed.
Iraq gets 90-day Iran sanctions waiver from Washington
The United States has granted Iraq a 90-day extension to an exemption from sanctions re-imposed on neighboring Iran to keep importing electricity and natural gas and meet its energy needs.
Washington embraces cash-free living
As the US capital traded stifling summer heat for cool autumn breezes, signs began appearing at bus stops, asking Washington commuters: what do you think about buses going cash-free?
White House invites Putin to Washington
The White House has formally invited Russian President Vladimir Putin to Washington, US national security advisor John Bolton said on Friday, returning to an idea that was put on hold in July amid anger in the US over the prospect of such a summit.
Saudi Arabia's Khashoggi explanation 'devoid of any credibility': Washington Post
The Washington Post has condemned US President Donald Trump for vouching for Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the alleged murder case of Jamal Khashoggi.
Pope accepts resignation of Washington archbishop in sex abuse crisis
Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Cardinal Donald Wuerl as archbishop of Washington, D.C., the Vatican said on Friday, making him one of the most senior Catholic figures to step down in a worldwide sexual abuse crisis.
Official: Washington ready to impose naval blockade on Moscow over oil supplies
The US could impose a naval blockade on Russia if necessary to limit its role in controlling global energy supplies, according to a senior US official.
US seeking to negotiate a treaty with Iran
The United States is seeking to negotiate a treaty with Iran to include Tehran’s ballistic missile program and its regional behavior, the US special envoy for Iran said on Wednesday ahead of UN meetings in New York next week.
US shuts down Palestine embassy in Washington
The US, in its latest anti-Palestine measure, has closed the territories' embassy in Washington, the Palestinian Ambassador to the US Husam Zomlot said.
US decision to close down Palestinian mission in Washington collective punishment: Erekat
A high-ranking Palestinian official has censured the recent decision by the administration of US President Donald Trump to close the Palestinian mission in Washington, stating that the move amounts to collective punishment against the entire Palestinian nation.
US envoy: Golan may remain under Israeli occupation ‘forever’
The US ambassador to Israel says Washington could recognize the occupied side of Syria’s Golan Heights as Israeli territory, as the administration of President Donald Trump speeds up its support for the regime’s widely-criticized land theft policies.
US meddling in Russian affairs by recruiting agents: Kremlin
The Kremlin has accused the United States of meddling in Russia’s internal affairs by "crudely" trying to recruit Russian nationals to act as Washington’s agents.
Thousands of teachers in Washington state strike over salaries
Nearly 80,000 students in the US state of Washington were unable to attend the first day of school this week as thousands of teachers went on strike seeking higher salaries, teacher’s unions said.
Trump postpones military parade planned for November in Washington
US President Donald Trump has postponed until next year plans for a military parade originally slated for November in Washington, DC, citing the increased cost of the event.
Counter-protest drowns out small Washington neo-Nazi rally
A white supremacist rally outside the White House fizzled out Sunday after only a handful of neo-Nazis showed up and were massively outnumbered by hundreds of counter-protesters.

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