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With election looming, US faces record surge of coronavirus cases
A record surge of coronavirus cases in the US pushed hospitals closer to the brink of capacity and drove the number of infections reported on Friday to an ominous new daily world record of 100,000, four days before the US presidential election.
Early US vote surpasses 85 million; Texas exceeds 2016 turnout
With presidential election day looming, more than 85 million Americans have cast ballots, including nine million in Texas, where the secretary of state’s office on Friday said early voting had eclipsed total turnout from 2016.
'US pirates' bragging about seizing Venezuela-bound oil
Iran repeated denial of owning the crude shipments seized and recently sold by the United States, saying the “rogue regime” in Washington has certainly stolen the cargo and is now openly bragging about the act of piracy.
Philadelphia back under curfew after unrest over US police killing
Philadelphia was put under a curfew on Friday for the second time this week and National Guard troops were deployed in the US city after days of unrest following the police killing of a black man.
Jittery Wall Street banks brace for election-fueled uncertainty
Large Wall Street banks have been running “war game” drills in their trading businesses and preparing clients for unexpected scenarios around the US election next week, hoping to avoid liquidity crunches or technical errors as markets react to news of who will be running the White House and Congress, industry sources said.
Iran once again disowns seized oil cargo, mocks US for bragging about piracy
Iran has repeated denial of owning the crude shipments seized and recently sold by the United States, saying the “rogue regime” in Washington has certainly stolen the cargo and is now openly bragging about the act of piracy.
US imposes Iran-related sanctions on individuals, entities
The administration of US President Donald Trump imposed Iran-related sanctions on several individuals and entities, including some based in China and Singapore.
Rouhani: Sanctions have failed to break Iran
President Hassan Rouhani said on Thursday sanctions imposed by the United States have failed to break down Iran’s resistance, expressing certainty that the Iranian nation will successfully weather the current situation.
Zarif denies reports of exchange of US spies with Iranian prisoners
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif dismissed reports about the exchange of arrested American spies with Iranian prisoners.
US tankers smuggle oil from Syria to Iraq: Report
The US military has reportedly used dozens of tanker trucks to smuggle crude oil from Syria’s northeastern province of Hasakah to western Iraq.
US early voting tops 70 million, continuing historic pace
More than 70 million Americans have cast ballots in the US presidential election, more than half the total turnout of the 2016 election with one week to go until Election Day, according to a tally from the US Elections Project.
Asian shares, US stock futures sag on coronavirus, US election worries
Global shares slipped on Wednesday as coronavirus infections grew at an alarming pace in the United States and Europe, while uncertainty over next week’s US elections added to a “risk off” tone.
Iran urges UN action against US unilateralism
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif urged action at the United Nations against US unilateralism as he denounced Washington over wars waged since 2001.
Minister: Iran’s oil industry ‘won’t be hamstrung’ by US sanctions
Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh denounced fresh sanctions by the United States on Iran's oil sector as a "passive reaction”, saying the measure will not cripple the industry.

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