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US secretly expelled two Chinese diplomats: Report
The United States secretly expelled two Chinese embassy officials in September after they drove onto a sensitive military base in Virginia, The New York Times reported Sunday.
US military presence in Persian Gulf led to disaster, rise in extremism: Iran FM
Zarif made the remarks while addressing the Doha Forum in the Qatari capital on Sunday, where he said, “The disparities in power, geographic size, natural and human resources and the like among countries in our region have led to disastrous conclusions.”
Iran sanctions ‘alternative’ for hot war: US
US critics rap sanctions as ‘weaponization’ of dollar
Ex-Iraqi PM censures US blacklisting of counterterror figures
Former Iraqi prime minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, condemned a recent decision by the US to slap sanctions on leaders of the pro-government Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) or Hashd al-Sha’abi.
US missile tests, unilateral exit from INF spread global insecurity: Iran
Iran has voiced concerns about and deplored the latest move by the United States to test a medium-range ballistic missile, months after Washington withdrew from the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty with Russia.
Biden: ‘I’m running to restore the soul of America’
Former US Vice President and leading 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden says he is “running to restore the soul of America.”
South Korea in talks with US over Iran's call for resuming humanitarian trade
South Korea is in talks with the United States over Iran's call for Seoul to resume exports of humanitarian goods to the Islamic Republic, after US sanctions virtually halted such trade.
US sanctions on Iran violate int’l law: Malaysian PM
American sanctions imposed on the Islamic Republic violate the United Nations charter and international law, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad told a conference in Qatar on Saturday.
US-China trade deal cuts tariffs for Beijing promise of big farm purchases
The United States and China cooled their trade war, announcing a ‘Phase one’ agreement that reduces some US tariffs in exchange for what US officials said would be a big jump in Chinese purchases of American farm products and other goods.
New sanctions to ban humanitarian trade with Iran: US Treasury
The US Treasury Department has stressed that Washington's newly announced sanctions targeting Iran's air and maritime transport industries will lead to the restriction of trade related to humanitarian goods.
US drops charges against two more scientists after Iran prisoner swap
US authorities have dropped charges against two researchers accused of attempting to export chemicals to Iran in violation of trade sanctions. The decision follows a prisoner swap in which the United States freed a third researcher who was charged alongside them – and imprisoned.
China says trade deal with US must be ‘mutually beneficial’
Expectations for a US-Chinese trade truce rose Friday, though Beijing accused Washington of unfairly attacking its economy and said a settlement to their costly, 17-month-old conflict must be “mutually beneficial.”
US weekly names Swedish activist Greta Thunberg Person of the Year
The American weekly Time has named the Swedish teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg its “Person of the Year” for 2019.
US House approves Space Force, family leave in $738bn defense bill
The US House of Representatives approved on Wednesday a $738 billion defense policy bill providing the first paid family leave for all federal workers and the creation of a Space Force, a top military priority for President Donald Trump.

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