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Israel-Hamas cease-fire remains fragile: UN Mideast envoy

Israel-Hamas cease-fire remains fragile: UN Mideast envoy

United Nations, June 25: The UN special coordinator for the Middle East peace process, Tor Wennesland, warned Thursday that the...

Serious differences remain over Iran nuclear deal talks: senior U.S. official

Serious differences remain over Iran nuclear deal talks:...

Washington (US), June 25: The United States and Iran still have serious differences in restoring the 2015 Iran nuclear deal...

U.S. to evacuate some Afghan interpreters before withdrawal: reports

U.S. to evacuate some Afghan interpreters before withdrawal:...

Washington (US), June 25: The Biden administration plans to evacuate some Afghan interpreters and others who worked with the U.S....

Biden says he has reached deal with bipartisan senators on infrastructure plan

Biden says he has reached deal with bipartisan...

Washington (US), June 25: U.S. President Joe Biden said on Thursday that he has reached a deal with a bipartisan...

UN envoy sees dire situation in Afghanistan

UN envoy sees dire situation in Afghanistan

United Nations, June 23: The UN secretary-general's special representative for Afghanistan warned on Tuesday that the situation on the ground...

U.S. Senate Republicans block Democrats' sweeping voting rights bill

U.S. Senate Republicans block Democrats' sweeping voting rights...

Washington (US), June 23: U.S. Senate Republicans on Tuesday blocked a sweeping legislation to overhaul federal elections, defeating Democrats' efforts...

Biden to deliver address over soaring crime rates in U.S. major cities

Biden to deliver address over soaring crime rates...

Washington (US), June 23: U.S. President Joe Biden is set to deliver an address focusing on his administration's crime prevention...

Russian Diplomats in US Commemorate 80th Anniversary of Nazi Invasion of Soviet Union

Russian Diplomats in US Commemorate 80th Anniversary of...

Washington (US), June 22: Russian diplomats in the United States led by Ambassador Anatoly Antonov lit candles to commemorate the...

UN confirms 26,425 grave violations against children in 2020

UN confirms 26,425 grave violations against children in...

United Nations, June 22: An annual report of the UN secretary-general on children and armed conflict verified 26,425 grave violations...

U.S. Fed Chair Powell says pandemic continues to pose risks to economic outlook

U.S. Fed Chair Powell says pandemic continues to...

Washington (US), June 22: U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said on Monday that the COVID-19 pandemic continues to pose...

UN chief calls for action toward affordable, clean energy

UN chief calls for action toward affordable, clean...

United Nations, June 22: UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday called on all stakeholders to ramp up action toward Sustainable...

Russian Ambassador Antonov Takes Up His Duties After Returning to Washington

Russian Ambassador Antonov Takes Up His Duties After...

Washington (US), June 21: The Russian ambassador to the US, Anatoly Antonov, has resumed his work in Washington DC after...

UN chief urges Ethiopian authorities to ensure voters able to cast ballots freely, peacefully

UN chief urges Ethiopian authorities to ensure voters...

United Nations, June 21: United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Saturday urged Ethiopian authorities, political leaders, and their supporters, to...

Biden to host Afghan president as U.S. withdrawal continues

Biden to host Afghan president as U.S. withdrawal...

Washington (US), June 21: U.S. President Joe Biden will host Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani and Chairman of High Council...

U.S. prepares new sanctions against Russia over Navalny

U.S. prepares new sanctions against Russia over Navalny

Washington (US), June 21: The United States is preparing additional sanctions against Russia over the alleged poisoning of Kremlin critic...

U.S. businesses urge Biden administration to remove tariffs amid rising costs, inflation concerns

U.S. businesses urge Biden administration to remove tariffs...

Washington (US), June 21: The U.S. business groups have urged the Biden administration to remove punitive tariffs on U.S. imports...

U.S. downplays impact of Iran's president-elect on nuclear deal

U.S. downplays impact of Iran's president-elect on nuclear...

Washington (US), June 21: U.S. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan on Sunday downplayed the impact of Iran's president-elect on Tehran's...

US State Department Questions Fairness of Iranian Elections After Raisi's Victory

US State Department Questions Fairness of Iranian Elections...

Washington (US), June 20: The US State Department claims that the presidential election in Iran was not a fair one,...

UN, partners raise 3.7 bln USD for COVID-19 relief in 2020

UN, partners raise 3.7 bln USD for COVID-19...

United Nations, June 20: The United Nations said on Friday that 3.7 billion U.S. dollars was raised with partners on...

U.S. fails to recognize its own human rights' violations, says senior UN advisor

U.S. fails to recognize its own human rights'...

Washingtonn (US), June 20: The United States, instead of recognizing its own violations of human rights, criticizes other countries with...

UN chief urges Ethiopian authorities to ensure voters able to cast ballots freely, peacefully

UN chief urges Ethiopian authorities to ensure voters...

United Nations, June 20: United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Saturday urged Ethiopian authorities, political leaders, and their supporters, to...

Biden to host Israeli president on June 28

Biden to host Israeli president on June 28

Washington (US), June 20: U.S. President Joe Biden will host Israeli President Reuven Rivlin at the White House on June...

IMF proposes carbon price floor among large emitters to limit global warming

IMF proposes carbon price floor among large emitters...

Washington DC (USA) June 19: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Friday proposed to set up an international carbon price...

U.S. Fed official sees first rate hike in late 2022 amid inflation concerns

U.S. Fed official sees first rate hike in...

Washington DC (USA) June 19: A U.S. Federal Reserve official said on Friday that he expects the central bank's first...

COVID-19 lab leak theory short on evidence, long on guesswork: Foreign Policy

COVID-19 lab leak theory short on evidence, long...

New York (USA) June 19: The lab leak theory about the current COVID-19 pandemic just doesn't hold up, reported U.S....

Biden signs bill making Juneteenth federal holiday

Biden signs bill making Juneteenth federal holiday

Washington (US), June 18: U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday signed into law a bill making Juneteenth a federal holiday...

U.S. initial jobless claims rise to highest level in a month amid constrained labor supply

U.S. initial jobless claims rise to highest level...

Washington (US), June 18: After hitting pandemic lows in prior weeks, initial jobless claims in the United States unexpectedly rose...