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Iran, U.S. agree to swap prisoners
Iranian frozen assets in South Korea to be released
Putin grants Russian citizenship to U.S. whistleblower Snowden
President Vladimir Putin signed a decree granting citizenship to Snowden, 39, the former U.S. intelligence contractor who was granted asylum in Moscow after he leaked secret files in 2013 that revealed vast domestic and international surveillance operations carried out by the National Security Agency.
Iran: It’s now up to U.S. to implement prisoner swap agreement
The spokesman for Iran’s Foreign Ministry said Tehran is ready to implement the agreement on the exchange of prisoners with Washington and it is now “up to the U.S. administration” to decide whether or not it wants to keep its end of the deal.
U.S. emergency oil reserves tumble to lowest since 1984
U.S. emergency crude oil stocks fell 8.4 million barrels last week to 434.1 million barrels, their lowest since October 1984, according to U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) data released on Monday.
U.S. emergency oil reserves tumble to lowest since 1984
U.S. emergency crude oil stocks fell 8.4 million barrels last week to 434.1 million barrels, their lowest since October 1984, according to U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) data released on Monday.
Top European bankers warn on recession, China and U.S. banks
Deutsche Bank chief Christian Sewing, painting a bleaker assessment of the German economy, warned on Wednesday that China was a considerable risk for the nation and that Europe needed big banks to fend off American competitors.
U.S. ran disinformation campaign against Iran, Russia and China: Research
Recent research revealed details of what appears to have been long-running U.S. disinformation campaigns aimed at Iran, Russia, and China on social media platforms, as well as the use of dozens of fake accounts to propagate pro-Western narratives.
Iran slams ‘illegal’ U.S. presence, attacks in Syria
Iran on Friday slammed the latest U.S. air and artillery strikes on Syria, saying American military presence and its repeated attacks against the country are illegal.
Türkiye dismisses concerns over U.S. sanctions warning
The U.S. Treasury's warning to Türkiye that its companies risked being sanctioned if they did business with sanctioned Russians was "meaningless," Finance Minister Nureddin Nebati said on Friday, assuring businesspeople there was no need for concern.
South Korea, U.S. begin their largest military drills in years
South Korea and the United States began their largest joint military drills in years on Monday with a resumption of field training, officials said, as the allies seek to tighten readiness over North Korea’s potential weapons tests.
China lodges 'stern representation' over U.S. state governor's Taiwan visit
China on Monday lodged a "stern representation" over the visit of the governor of the U.S. state of Indiana to Taiwan, its Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

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