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US to respond to Russia's demands over Ukraine next week
The top diplomats from Russia and the US described their talks in Geneva on Friday as "useful" and left the door open for further meetings in the coming weeks.
Iran dismisses US deadline for Vienna talks as ‘fabricated’
As the remaining parties to the 2015 nuclear deal prepare to continue negotiations in the Austrian capital to revive the pact, Iran dismissed attempts by the United States to set a deadline for the Vienna negotiations to bear fruit, calling it "fabricated".
US claims Russia planning ‘false-flag’ operation to justify Ukraine invasion
The United States alleged Russia had already positioned saboteurs in Ukraine to carry out a “false flag” operation to be use as a pretext for an invasion, which Washington claimed could begin in the coming month.
EU’s Borrell: Deal on JCPOA revival 'possible'
Iran urges West ‘realistic approach’ in Vienna talks
Iran’s ‘The Apple Day’ to vie at 2022 Berlinale
The Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale) in Germany is slated to host Iranian feature ‘The Apple Day’.
Protest after unarmed black man killed by off-duty officer
​​Protesters rallied in a North Carolina city as a United States judge granted the release of police body-camera footage showing the aftermath of the killing of Jason Walker, an unarmed black man who was shot by an off-duty police officer.
Washington must listen to UN and release Afghan funds: Taliban
The Taliban on Friday urged Washington to heed a call by the United Nations chief to unlock Afghan funds frozen in the United States, as a humanitarian crisis deepens.
Russia says pessimistic on U.S. talks, won't let them drag on
Russia said on Tuesday it was not optimistic after a first round of talks with the United States on the Ukraine crisis and would not allow its demands for security guarantees from the West to become mired in tortuous negotiations.
US biggest state sponsor of terror, source of insecurity worldwide: Iran
The spokesman of the Iranian Armed Forces described the United States as the leading state sponsor of terrorism in the world, saying Washington is the source of insecurity across the globe.
Iran, Cuba stress strengthening ties to counter US sanctions
Iranian Vice President for Economic Affairs Mohsen Rezaei in a meeting with Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel stressed the need to strengthen bilateral relations to counter US sanctions.
Leader: Gen. Soleimani’s martyrdom backfired on US
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said Sunday the United States viewed the martyrdom of legendary anti-terror commander Lt. Gen. Qassem Soleimani as a threat to Iran, but the Iranian people turned it into an opportunity with their religious zeal.
US ends 2021 with disappointing job growth ahead of Omicron surge
The US economy ended 2021 on a sour note with a worse-than-expected employment report underscoring the challenges awaiting President Joe Biden in the new year, as the Omicron variant runs rampant and his legislative agenda stalls.

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