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'Palestinian Lives Matter'
Israel losing the narrative in Washington
Pro-Palestinian rally in Washington calls for end to US aid to Israel
Thousands staged a demonstration Saturday in Washington in support of Palestinians and as they called for an end to US aid to Israel.
Boston Celtics beat Washington Wizards to secure NBA playoff berth
Jayson Tatum scored a game-high 50 points as the Boston Celtics beat the Washington Wizards 118-100 to secure their place in the NBA playoffs.
Zarif: US attack on Iraqi forces ‘dangerous’
Shamkhani: US raid new round of ‘organized terrorism’
Ancient coins seized at Canadian border transferred to University of Washington
Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) agents transferred ancient coins seized at the Canadian border to the University of Washington.
'Murder hornet' nest vacuumed out of tree in Washington
A team of entomologists in full-body protective gear vacuumed Asian giant hornets out of a tree in Washington State, eradicating the first nest of the so-called murder hornets found in the United States.
Washington’s desperate efforts against Iran doomed to fail: Vaezi
Iranian president’s Chief of Staff Mahmoud Vaezi refuted US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’ threatening remarks against Iran, saying the blatant threat of sanctions against countries that oppose the US is a dangerous innovation in the international system as well as in the UN Security Council.
Washington zoo welcomes 'precious' new baby panda
Washington zoo officials heralded the arrival of "a precious giant panda cub" on Friday, following the much-watched birth of panda Mei Xiang's latest baby, four years after her last pregnancy.
Two missing hikers found after spending three days lost in Washington State Wilderness
Two hikers who went missing in at the Enchantments Loop Trail in the Chelan County wilderness in Washington have been found three days after their ordeal, according to KING 5 Media Group.
Beijing says firmly opposes Washington action against China Telecom
China’s Foreign Ministry said on Friday that Beijing is opposed to any action by the United States to revoke China Telecom Corp.’s authorization to provide international telecommunications to and from the United States.
Russia again urges US to lift sanctions on Iran amid coronavirus pandemic
Moscow once again called on the Washington to abandon its unilateral sanctions against Iran amid the coronavirus pandemic, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said on Saturday.
Washington senator 'so angry and frustrated' by Trump's coronavirus response
Washington Senator Patty Murray (D) has said she is “so angry and frustrated” by President Donald Trump’s response to the coronavirus outbreak as the disease wreaks havoc in her home state.
Washington, New Delhi at odds over trade as Trump to arrive in India Monday: US officials
Trump administration officials on Friday acknowledged that US President Donald Trump’s visit to India next week will not result in even a limited trade deal, saying they still have major concerns over India’s trade barriers.
Former US lawmaker registered as lobbyist for Emirates in Washington
A former US congresswoman has been registered as a foreign agent for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to lobby US officials regarding “export controls and sanctions, and foreign and defense policies.”

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