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A group of American senators are trying to block Joe Biden administration's arms sale to Riyadh over the kingdom’s involvement in the bloody war in Yemen, three senators announced on Thursday.
An Iranian official has slammed Mike Pence former US vice president for his anti-Tehran rhetoric saying those claims are merely wishful thinking.
The Palestinian Foreign Ministry has announced recent remarks by Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett regarding settlements and the US Consulate in Jerusalem is a critical test for the Biden administration.
The US State Department has approved its first major arms sale to Riyadh under President Joe Biden with the sale of air-to-air missiles valued at $650 million, according to the Pentagon.
The commander in chief of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) says the United States pulled its troops back from Afghanistan with humiliation and now Washington has been marginalized more than ever before.
Beijing has called on Washington to “thoroughly correct its wrong policy of maximum pressure” against Tehran in order to bring the 2015 landmark agreement back on the right track. China has also welcomed Iran’s announcement of its return to the nuclear negotiations before the end of November.
US Special Representative for North Korea Sung Kim has held a meeting with South Korean Special Representative for Korean Peninsula Peace and Security Affairs Noh Kyu-duk in Seoul.
North Korea says the United States exercises "double standards" in its approach to Pyongyang's weapons program. The announcement was made in a reply to the United Nations Security Council meeting over the recent ballistic missile test by Pyongyang.
US President Joe Biden has expressed concern about a possible Chinese hypersonic missile test. China has refuted a recent report over a nuclear-capable hypersonic missile test. Beijing announced it was a “routine test” for reusable space rocket technology.
The number of arrests made by American Border Patrol at US-Mexico border has climbed to the highest level since 1986, according to US Customs and Border Patrol data. The report has highlighted the deepening political and humanitarian challenges the White House is facing on immigration.
More than 60 percent of Americans are pointing a finger at US President Joe Biden's policies over the rising inflation, a survey shows.
The United State has called for a “sustained and substantive dialogue” with North Korea over the country’s nuclear programme. This was announced by the US ambassador to the United Nations (UN) after the Security Council meeting over North Korea's latest missile launch. In September and October, Pyongyang conducted a series of new missile tests.
Over three-fourths of republicans want the former president, Donald Trump to seek another term in the White House, according to a survey. Previous polls show Americans’ confidence in US President Joe Biden’s capability to handle several important issues is falling.
Former US President Donald Trump has filed a federal lawsuit against the committee investigating the Capitol Hill riots last January. The ex-leader is seeking to block the panel from obtaining his administration's records from the National Archives. Five people were killed during riots in the US Capitol complex.
The death of former US Secretary of State Colin Powell has drawn outrage from social media users who call the late general a “war criminal”. The former Top diplomat had pushed faulty intelligence before the United Nations (UN) to advocate for the Washington-led invasion of Iraq in 2003.
The United States has offered selling F-16 aircraft to Turkey in return for its investment in the F-35 programme, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says. Ankara was kicked out of the program after acquiring Russian S-400 missile defence systems.
All Moscow's Central Asian allies and neighbors are opposed to the deployment of American or NATO forces on their soil, Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov said.
The vast majority of Americans are concerned about cyber-attacks on financial and national security sectors, a new poll has found. According to the poll, over 90 percent of the respondents are also very concerned about their data being hacked.
A whistleblower has accused US capitol police of failing to take appropriate measures to prevent the civilian deaths during last January riots in the Capitol complex. Five people were killed in the incidents.