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U.S. gun production triples since 2000: Justice Dept.
U.S. firearms makers produced over 139 million guns for the commercial market over the two decades from 2000, including 11.3 million in 2020 alone, according to a new government report.
Russia lashes out at U.S. aid to Ukraine
Former Russian president Dmitry Medvedev accused the United States on Wednesday of waging a “proxy war” against Russia after the House of Representatives approved a $40 billion aid package for Ukraine, and said the U.S. economy would suffer.
U.S. asset freezes worsen Afghan women’s suffering: U.N. experts
The United States, as well as the Taliban authorities, is contributing to the suffering of women in Afghanistan through asset freezes, U.N. independent experts said on Monday.
U.S. poor died at much higher rate from COVID than rich: Report
Americans living in poorer counties died during the pandemic at almost twice the rate of those in rich counties, a study released Monday by the Poor People’s Campaign showed.
U.S., Europe politicize human rights issue to pressure others: Official
A senior Iranian Judiciary official slammed the United States and the Western European countries for politicizing human rights issue as a pressure tool against nonaligned countries.
Two Americans back in U.S. after release from Venezuela prison
Two Americans, including a former executive of the oil company Citgo, were back in the United States on Wednesday after being released from prison in Venezuela, just days after a high-level U.S. delegation met with President Nicolas Maduro.
Russia demands U.S. explain alleged bio labs with plague and anthrax in Ukraine
Russia demanded on Wednesday that the United States explain to the world why it had supported what Moscow cast as a military biological programme in Ukraine involving deadly pathogens including plague and anthrax.
U.S. rejects Poland fighter jet offer for Ukraine
Russia warns West against providing air support to Ukraine
Maduro says work agenda agreed with U.S. delegation
Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro said he agreed on an agenda for future talks with a U.S. delegation that he met on Saturday, the first high-level meeting between the two countries in years.
Iran FM: U.S. has yet to submit practical initiative
Russia, EU: Talks about to ‘cross the finish line’
Political Desk
Iran FM says U.S. to blame if Vienna talks fail
The Iranian foreign minister said the responsibility for a possible failure of the Vienna talks on the restoration of a 2015 nuclear deal rests solely with the West, the United States, in particular, as the Islamic Republic has invariably demonstrated it is prepared to sign a good deal.
U.S. Embassy blackmailing Albania police over MKO trafficking report: Journalist
Investigative journalist Olsi Jazexhi said Albanian Police Chief Gledis Nano “has gone mad” over a report sent to the U.S. Embassy in Albania that the anti-Iran Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) had attempted to traffic over 400 of its members to France.

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