The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has reopened.
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art welcomes visitors
UN human rights experts posed serious questions to the very basis of the so-called “emergency state” that the US has been declaring against other countries at will as an excuse to bring them under arbitrary and inhumane economic sanctions.
UN human rights experts debunk basis of US sanctions mechanism
An arrest has been made after a woman paid almost $2,000 for a brand-new iPhone and received apple-flavored yogurt instead.
IPhone thief who replaced brand new phone with apple-flavored yogurt arrested
Former US president Donald Trump hinted on Sunday at a possible presidential run in 2024, attacked President Joe Biden and repeated his fraudulent claims he won the 2020 election in his first major appearance since leaving the White House nearly six weeks ago.
Trump repeats election lies, raps disloyal Republicans, and hints at 2024 run
An “unusual item” that prompted a police response to the federal courthouse in downtown Las Vegas was determined to not be a danger to the public, Las Vegas police said.
Las Vegas police investigate ‘unusual item’ found at federal courthouse
US President Joe Biden’s administration is in “no rush” to lift US sanctions on Venezuela but would consider easing them if President Nicolas Maduro takes confidence-building steps showing he is ready to negotiate seriously with the opposition, a White House official told Reuters.
Biden sluggish in lifting Trump’s Venezuela sanctions
A University of Michigan library was closed for two days for cleaning when officials identified three venomous spiders found in the basement.
University of Michigan library closed after venomous spiders found
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told Press TV in an exclusive interview on Sunday that the Islamic Republic will be open to negotiations on reviving the historic 2015 nuclear accord once all signatories begin fulfilling their obligations.
Zarif: Talks will begin once US, JCPOA signatories return to compliance
The US said it will continue to discourage countries from supplying arms to Iran on the same day Washington claimed to have retracted a botched decision by the former Trump administration to reimpose a UN arms embargo on Tehran.
US says to ‘dissuade’ Iran arms trade after retracting Trump claim
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg described as a “defining issue” what he calls the rise of China, urging Western allies and close partners to forge stronger ties and uphold the international rules-based order that he claims Russia and China are challenging.
China’s rising influence ‘defining issue’ in transatlantic ties: NATO chief

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