Iran on Friday urged the United Nations to hold the United States accountable for the interception of an Iranian passenger plane by two US fighter jets in the skies over Syria last month, calling it an “unlawful” and an “adventuristic act.”
US hiring slowed in July as the coronavirus outbreak worsened, and the government’s jobs report offered signs that the economic damage from the pandemic could last far longer than many observers originally envisioned.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said that the killing of one hundred thousand people in the nuclear attack on Hiroshima indicates the arrogant, irreligious and immoral nature of US army.
Turkey’s Parliament speaker stressed his country’s opposition to the cruel sanctions the US has imposed on Iran amid the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, calling for enhanced cooperation between Ankara and Tehran in various fields.
A prominent Iranian lawyer criticized the illegal sanctions imposed by the United States on Iran, which have seriously affected the treatment of Iranian patients and stressed the need to punish those who have imposed the sanctions.
Venezuela’s deputy foreign minister for Asia and the Middle East assured that despite the continuous threats of the US government, the Bolivarian republic and the Islamic Republic of Iran will continue strengthening their commercial exchange and bilateral cooperation in all fields.
The US economy, battered by a resurgence in the spread of COVID-19, needs increased government spending to tide over households and businesses and broader use of masks to better control the virus, US central bankers said.
US President Donald Trump signed an executive order expanding access to telehealth services for 57 million Americans in under-served rural areas and elsewhere, after virtual visits soared during the coronavirus pandemic.