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Iran IAEA envoy: U.S. must stop violating JCPOA obligations without delay, preconditions
A senior Iranian diplomat with the country’s permanent mission to international organizations in Vienna said that in order to end the current deadlock over the implementation of Iran’s nuclear deal, the U.S. administration needs to stop violating its obligations under the agreement without any delay or preconditions.
U.S. going down trajectory of decadence: IRGC chief commander
The chief commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) credited the country’s 1979 Islamic Revolution with initiating the downward slope in the United States’ regional influence.
Russia calls further U.S. sanctions linked to Nord Stream 2 'illegal, wrong'
Russia on Tuesday said new sanctions imposed by the United States related to the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline were "illegal and wrong," especially at a time when Moscow and Washington are attempting to rebuild a dialogue.
U.S. backing Daesh terrorists after defeat in Afghanistan: Iran’s special envoy
Iran's Special Envoy for Afghanistan Hassan Kazemi-Qomi said the United States is propping up Daesh Takfiri terrorists to perpetrate various acts of terror in the country in the wake of Washington's failure after more than two decades of destructive presence there.
U.S. lawmaker looks to block first major Saudi arms deal under Biden
Democratic U.S. Representative Ilhan Omar filed legislation on Friday seeking to block the sale of $650 million air-to-air missiles to Saudi Arabia, the first major arms sale to the kingdom during President Joe Biden's administration.
U.S. special envoy for Afghanistan steps down in wake of chaotic withdrawal
The U.S. special envoy for Afghanistan is stepping down following the chaotic American withdrawal from the country, the State Department said Monday.
U.S., Russia hold 'substantive' arms control talks in Geneva
The United States and Russia said in a joint statement on Thursday that they had held “intensive and substantive” talks in their second meeting within a framework that is aimed at easing tensions between the world’s largest nuclear weapons powers.
Syria vows to drive Turkish, U.S. forces out sooner or later
Syria’s top diplomat denounced the presence of Turkish and U.S. forces in Syria, pledging to drive them out Syria sooner or later.
U.S. Rep. calls Israel an ‘apartheid’ regime after voting against missile funding
U.S. Rep. Cori Bush said that the United States shouldn’t be funding an “apartheid” regime’s military after voting against $1b for Israel’s Iron Dome system.
U.S. envoy to Haiti resigns, blasts Washington’s ‘inhumane’ deportation of migrants
The U.S. special envoy to Haiti resigned in protest in a letter that blasted the Biden administration for deporting hundreds of migrants back to the crisis-engulfed Caribbean nation from a camp on the U.S.-Mexican border in recent days.
U.S. expulsions of Haitians may violate international law: U.N. refugee boss
The mass expulsion of Haitians from the United States without screening for their protection needs may contravene international law and constitute forced returns, the United Nations’ top refugee official Filippo Grandi said.
U.S. deports Haitian migrants en masse to their country
U.S. authorities moved 3,300 migrants in the last days from a Texas border city where thousands of mostly Haitians had gathered under a bridge after crossing the Rio Grande River from Mexico, officials said on Sunday.
U.S. withdraws missile systems in Saudi Arabia amid Yemen attacks
The U.S. has removed its most advanced missile defense system and Patriot batteries from Saudi Arabia in recent weeks, even as the kingdom faced continued air attacks from Yemen’s Houthi fighters, satellite photos analyzed by The Associated Press show.
U.S. marks 20 years since 9/11, in shadow of Afghan war’s end
Twenty years ago, the 11th of September dawned as just a date. By midnight, it was 9/11, the staggering starting point for a new era of terror, war, politics, patriotism and tragedy.
Former U.S. Army sniper kills four, including baby, in Florida
A man wearing full body armor fatally shot four people, including a mother and the 3-month-old baby she was cradling, and engaged in a massive gunfight with police and deputies before he was wounded and surrendered, a Florida sheriff said Sunday. An 11-year-old girl who was shot seven times survived.

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