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Iran rejects shelving nuclear talks until new government takes office
Iran on Monday dismissed reports that it may postpone the Vienna talks to restore the nuclear agreement known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) until President-elect Ebrahim Raeisi assumes office.
Kremlin says summit will not stop US trying to contain Russia
The Kremlin said on Monday it did not expect the United States to stop trying to "contain" Russia after a summit of their leaders, and that it was important for the two powers to be pragmatic amid talk of new US sanctions.
China urges US not to seek ‘political manipulation’ after Taiwan COVID-19 vaccine aid
China's Foreign Ministry urged the United States on Monday not to seek "political manipulation" in the name of vaccine assistance after the United States delivered 2.5 million COVID-19 shots to Taiwan.
Rouhani hails Iran’s successful handling of sanctions
Outgoing President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday hailed the government’s success in dealing with the sanctions imposed by the United States in an unequal battle, saying that his successor should be informed of the measures taken during his tenure to settle the problems.
Karzai says US failed in Afghanistan
Afghanistan’s former president said Sunday the United States came to his country to fight extremism and bring stability to his war-tortured nation and is leaving nearly 20 years later having failed at both.
High Council for Human Rights: US easing sanctions after Iran made COVID jab
Iran’s High Council for Human Rights took to Twitter on Sunday to accuse the US of issuing sanctions waivers on the coronavirus-related items after Iran made its own COVID-19 vaccines.
Zarif: US needs to give confidence to Iran as it withdrew from nuclear deal
The United States needs to give confidence to Iran on the 2015 nuclear deal as it was the party that left the multilateral accord, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Saturday.
Ansarullah: US pursuing own plots in Yemen under humanitarian guise
The spokesman for Yemen's Ansarullah resistance movement said the United States is pursuing its own interests and plots in the Arab country under the guise of humanitarian issues, and is by no means serious about ending the Saudi-led military aggression and siege against the Yemeni nation.
Farewell to NATO
By Daniel Larison*
US cutting forces, anti-missile batteries in Middle East
The Pentagon said Friday it was cutting the number of troops and air defense units deployed to the Middle East, confirming a Wall Street Journal report that eight Patriot batteries were being moved out from the region.
US, EU resolve 17-year Boeing-Airbus dispute
The United States and European Union said Tuesday they have resolved a 17-year-long fight over aircraft subsidies, agreeing to suspend tariffs for five years stemming from the Boeing-Airbus dispute.
Rouhani: World should be aware of US economic crimes against Iran
President Hassan Rouhani on Tuesday said the world needs to be informed about crimes perpetrated by former US president Donald Trump through his economic war against Iran.
Araqchi blasts US administration for maintaining sanctions on Iran
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi lashed out at the administration of US President Joe Biden for refusing to lift the brutal sanctions against Iranian people, imposed by his predecessor, after about five months.

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