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US to arm Ukraine with anti-missile tanks: Report
Senior advisers to US President Donald Trump have decided to present him with a new plan to finance and sell more weapons to Ukraine, in an attempt to counter what they call Russian aggression in the region, a report says.
US won't be constrained by UN Security Council in Syria: Haley
The United States does not consider itself constrained by the UN Security Council and may seek “justice” in Syria on its own terms, says the US representative to the UN, Nikki Haley.
Trump's approval rating hits new low again: Poll
US President Donald Trump’s job approval rating has hit a new low again in November, declining for three consecutive months, according to a new poll.
Cambodia accuses US of plotting to overthrow government
Cambodia has accused the United States of acting as the "ringleader" of an alleged coup plot in the country by a recently-outlawed main opposition party.
North Korea rules out negotiations on nuclear weapons
North Korea on Friday ruled out negotiations with Washington as long as joint US-South Korea military exercises continue, and said that Pyongyang’s atomic weapons program would remain as a deterrent against a US nuclear threat.
US deploys 3,000 more troops to Afghanistan
Approximately 3,000 additional American troops have now deployed to Afghanistan under President Donald Trump's revised strategy for the war-torn country, the Pentagon said Thursday.
Rights groups protest 'extreme vetting' of US immigrants
More than 50 civil society groups have launched an online petition urging the IBM technology company to declare that it will not develop technology to help the administration of President Donald Trump carry out a proposal to identify people for entry denial and deportation from the United States.
Russia warns US media of potential foreign agent status
Russian authorities have warned representatives of several US media in Moscow that a new bill approved in parliament could designate them as foreign agents.
US starts drill with Japan near Korean Peninsula
Japan and the United States have started conducting a 10-day joint naval drill in southern Japan, despite North Korea’s warnings that the exercises seriously risk triggering an actual war.
'Fresh US drone strike kills several militants in Somalia'
The United States military says it has killed “several militants” in yet another drone strike in Somalia, bringing to 28 the total of such raids this year.
President Rouhani: US seeking ceaseless war in Middle East
Addressing cabinet meeting on Wednesday, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani touched upon the Sunday quake in western Iran, US role in the ME, and the Lebanese crisis.
Lebanese president slams Hariri's alleged detention as breach of human rights
Former Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri, who is believed to be in Saudi Arabia, has previously stated on Twitter that he would return to Lebanon in the next few days.
Damascus slams US military presence in Syria as aggression
Syria has strongly condemned the presence of foreign military forces, particularly those of the United States, in the conflict-plagued Arab country, describing such a deployment as an act of aggression since it does not have any authorization from the Damascus government or a UN mandate.
Najafi: New IAEA report exposes US false claims
Iran’s representative to the UN nuclear watchdog said on Monday that the body’s new report has once again proved that Iran’s nuclear activities are in direct compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal, contradicting the US claims.
Zarif: US seeks tension to block road to Iran's use of JCPOA
Foreign Minister Mohammad-Javad Zarif said the US government cannot hide behind the shield of Congress decisions.

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