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Progressive Democrats remove $1b in military funding for Israel
Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday removed $1 billion in military funding for Israel from legislation to fund the U.S. government after objections from liberals in the House of Representatives.
US to formally return ‘Gilgamesh Dream Tablet’ to Iraq
A 3,600-year-old tablet showing part of the ‘Epic of Gilgamesh’ will be formally handed back to Iraq by the US on Thursday.
Fat Bear Junior: Meet cubs competing in this year's contest!
It's that time of the year again – Fat Bear Week is fast approaching!
US efforts to impose hegemony ‘failed miserably’: Raeisi to UN
President says US sanctions on Iran during pandemic are ‘crimes against humanity’
Germany warns of lost U.S. trust as France wins EU support over sub deal
Germany joined France on Tuesday in berating the United States for negotiating a security pact in secret with Australia and Britain that cost Paris a lucrative defence deal, while the European Union's top official said such behaviour was unacceptable.
US company to broadcast Abyar’s latest film ‘Ablaq’
Outsider Pictures, a motion picture distribution company in the US, will be responsible for the international distribution of Iranian director Narges Abyar’s latest film, ‘Ablaq’ (Pinto).
UN says 'seriously concerned' about US deportations of Haitians
The United Nations voiced deep concern Tuesday at mass US deportations of Haitian migrants, warning that people with serious asylum claims may be at risk.
Iran nuclear chief: Time for US to redress mistakes, lift sanctions
Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Mohammad Eslami on Monday called on the US to lift anti-Iran sanctions in a verifiable way.
France cancels defence meeting with UK over submarine row
North Korea warns U.S. risks 'dangerous nuclear arms race' over Australia deal
Apology ‘not enough’, say survivors of US drone attack in Kabul
A day after the United States military admitted that a drone attack in Afghanistan’s capital last month mistakenly killed 10 members of a family, including seven children, survivors said Washington’s apology was not enough.
Iran calls on US to discard unilateralist approach to nuclear deal
JCPOA meeting may be held in NY if Tehran finds it ‘useful’
US issues sanctions after Hezbollah imports Iranian fuel to Lebanon
The United States has imposed sanctions on Lebanon and Kuwait-based financial conduits as well as financial facilitators and front companies that accused of funding and supporting the Lebanese resistance group Hezbollah and Iran.
US admits Kabul drone strike killed civilians
A top general admitted the United States had made a "mistake" when it launched a drone strike against suspected Daesh terrorists in Kabul, killing 10 civilians including seven children during the frenzied final days of the US pullout from Afghanistan last month.
France recalls ambassadors to US, Australia in submarine row
France on Friday recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia in a ferocious row over the scrapping of a submarine contract, an unprecedented step that revealed the extent of French anger against its allies.
Iran urges US to stop breach of JCPOA immediately, unconditionally
Envoy: Europeans trying to portray ‘victim’ Iran as ‘lawbreaker’

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