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Iran's Zarif warns US against sabotage, sanctions

Iran's Zarif warns US against sabotage, sanctions

Iran's foreign minister warned Tuesday that "acts of sabotage" and sanctions will give the United States no extra leverage in talks on reviving a troubled 2015 nuclear deal.

US, Japan, South Korea begin talks on North Korea

US, Japan, South Korea begin talks on North Korea

The United States, South Korea and Japan began a day of talks on Friday to discuss President Joe Biden's long-awaited review of North Korea policy and other pressing concerns, including a shortage of semi-conductor chips.

US orders diplomats out of Myanmar as violence spirals

US orders diplomats out of Myanmar as violence spirals

The United States on Wednesday ordered the departure of non-essential diplomats from Myanmar, amid growing violence following the military coup to oust civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

US top general urges Iran restraint amid efforts to restart talks

US top general urges Iran restraint amid efforts to restart talks

Iran must refrain from any provocation as Washington steps up efforts to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal with Tehran, the head of US forces in the Middle East told AFP.

US moves to end terror designation of Yemen Houthis

US moves to end terror designation of Yemen Houthis

The US has moved to delist Yemen's Houthi rebels as a terrorist organization, removing a block that humanitarian groups said jeopardized crucial aid as the country's warring sides cautiously welcomed a push for peace by President Joe Biden.

US envoy to UN to visit Taiwan; China says playing with fire

US envoy to UN to visit Taiwan; China says playing with fire

The US ambassador to the United Nations, Kelly Craft, will visit Taiwan next week for meetings with senior Taiwanese leaders, Taiwan's government and the US mission to the UN said, prompting China to warn they were playing with fire.

New virus variant hits US as Biden vows all-out effort

New virus variant hits US as Biden vows all-out effort

The new variant of coronavirus was detected for the first time Tuesday in the United States and Latin America as President-elect Joe Biden vowed to significantly ramp up the vaccination drive.

US FDA authorizes Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine for emergency use

US FDA authorizes Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine for emergency use

The United States said it authorized the use of Pfizer Inc's Covid-19 vaccine on Friday, with the first inoculations expected within days, marking a turning point in a country where the pandemic has killed more than 295,000 people.

Record US virus cases as reports say British queen to get vaccine soon

Record US virus cases as reports say British queen to get vaccine soon

The United States notched a record number of coronavirus cases in 24 hours for the third day running, as it was reported that Britain's Queen Elizabeth II will get a vaccine within weeks

Making America United Again

Making America United Again

In the last couple of decades, ever since the George W Bush administration, we have been witnessing trends in US politics which flow from one end of the spectrum to the other.

Biden to name virus team as worldwide cases top 50 million

Biden to name virus team as worldwide cases top 50 million

The global tally of people infected by the coronavirus shot past 50 million on Monday, as United States President-elect Joe Biden geared up to name the scientists who will lead the country's response to its disastrous outbreak.

Biden vows virus action on 'day one' as Europe suffers under second wave

Biden vows virus action on 'day one' as Europe suffers under second wave

The United States reported record new coronavirus cases for the third day in a row, as Joe Biden vowed to act against the pandemic on "day one" if he wins the presidential election in the world's worst-hit nation.