Russia accused the United States of committing a “war crime” in Syria, saying its army had denied Syrian refugees access to humanitarian aid.
Russia accuses US of blocking humanitarian aid in Syria
The New York Police Department stepped up the pressure on movie mogul Harvey Weinstein on Friday, saying it had received a "credible" rape allegation from an actress, had corroborated parts of her story and was gathering evidence for an arrest warrant.
NYPD calls Harvey Weinstein rape allegation credible, says it's gathering evidence for arrest
Shortly after US President Donald Trump made a speech highly critical of Iran at the United Nations, his administration inquired whether his Iranian counterpart would meet Trump in New York, a request rebuffed by President Hassan Rouhani, according to a report.
US did request meeting with Iran’s Rouhani: Washington Post
The European Union (EU)’s foreign policy chief is scheduled to travel to Washington to hold talks with US officials about the implementation of a 2015 multilateral deal with Iran, among other issues.
EU’s top diplomat schedules US trip to discuss Iran deal
US President Donald Trump says he is not sure if Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will remain in his post for the rest of Trump’s term in the White House and that he alone determines US foreign policy.
Trump says unsure if Tillerson will remain top US diplomat
A US-based Jewish organization says the number of anti-Semitic incidents, including physical assaults, vandalism, and attacks on Jewish institutions, continue to rise across the United States.
Anti-Semitic incidents continue to surge in US: Report
US President Donald Trump says that the Daesh (ISIL) terrorist group will pay a "big price" for every attack it carries out in the United States, following the New York truck attack by an alleged ISIL loyalist.
Trump says ISIL will pay a 'big price' for attacking New York
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif denied allegations leveled by the US about Iran’s support for the Al-Qaeda terror group, describing the claims as an attempt to “whitewash” the truth about the role US allies had in the September 11, 2001 attacks.
Zarif: US trying to whitewash 9/11 facts
Nearly half of all employed women in the United States say they have received an unwelcome sexual advance or other verbal or physical harassment of a sexual nature at work, according to a new poll.
Nearly half of working women say they’ve experienced sexual harassment: Poll

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