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Biden avoids rail strike with new deal, but not everyone is happy
President’s stance has come under fire from his labor allies
Economy Desk
Venezuela, Chevron formally sign oil contracts in Caracas
REUTERS - Venezuela's Oil Minister and top representatives of state-run company PDVSA on Friday signed contracts with U.S. oil firm Chevron Corp intended to help revive the nation's oil output and expand operations.
Iran urges U.S., allies to stop politicizing human rights
The Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman has lashed out at Western governments over their instrumental use of human rights against other countries, saying the United States and its allies are “convicted in the court of human conscience” due to their “shameful” record.
Russia’s Medvedev: U.S.-EU alliance heading for ‘ugly divorce’
The “marriage” between the U.S. and EU will likely end in divorce, following the obvious “economic cheating” by the American “alpha-male,” former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has said.
U.S. military reports rocket attacks on its patrol base in Syria
The United States military has reported two rocket attacks targeting its patrol base in northeastern Syria, but said there were no injuries to its forces.
Seven dead including gunman in Virginia Walmart shooting
REUTERS – A Walmart employee killed six people and wounded several others before fatally shooting himself at a store in Chesapeake, Virginia, on Tuesday night, authorities said, just days after a gunman killed five and injured 17 at a Colorado club.
Pressure on Iran aimed at exonerating US-allied criminals: Kanaani
Press TV – Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman said Sunday the pressure mounted on the Islamic Republic by the so-called advocates of human rights is to exonerate criminal allies of the United States, which are known for their crimes against humanity and rights violations.
Money above law in Khashoggi case
On September 27, when the Saudi king appointed Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman as the country’s prime minister, many experts believed that the appointment is more practical outside of the country's borders than inside. Especially, since nearly the last 50 years, it was the first time that someone other than the king has assumed the responsibility of the prime minister of Saudi Arabia.
Iran: U.S. sanctions on IRIB violate nation’s rights
Iran’s Foreign Ministry has condemned Washington’s recent sanctions on Iran’s state broadcaster as the “gross violation of the rights of the Iranian nation by the U.S. government”.
Donald Trump launches 2024 presidential run
Donald Trump has announced he will run for the United States presidency again in 2024 despite facing multiple criminal investigations and the poor performance of the candidates he backed in last week’s midterm elections.
Americans vote in midterm elections
REUTERS - Americans on Tuesday cast the final ballots in U.S. midterm elections that will determine whether Democrats lose control of Congress, and with it the ability to push forward on President Joe Biden's agenda in the next two years.
Democrats facing more challenges after elections
Some republicans refuse to give Ukraine carte blanche

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