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Salehi: US will be violating Iran deal if it does not extend sanctions relief
A senior Iranian official said the United States will be “explicitly” violating the nuclear deal with Iran and five other countries if it refuses to extend the suspension of American nuclear-related sanctions against the Islamic Republic on the due date.
US senator gives an 'F' for Trump's first 100 days in office
US Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren has blasted President Donald Trump for his performance in the first 100 days in office, saying he failed to deliver on his promise to help working-class people.
US general says Russia arming Taliban; Mattis vows response
US Defense Secretary James Mattis has vowed to “confront” Russia, after the top US general in Afghanistan accused Moscow of arming the Taliban militants.
US will be violating Iran deal if it does not extend sanctions relief: Iran’s Salehi
A senior Iranian official says the United States will be “explicitly” violating a nuclear deal involving Iran and five other countries if it refuses to extend the suspension of American nuclear-related sanctions against the Islamic Republic on the due date.
US sends nuclear sub to S Korea amid rising tensions with North
The United States has sent a nuclear submarine to South Korea amid escalating tensions with the neighboring North.
US to North Korea: Refrain from ‘provocative’ actions
The United States has asked North Korea “to refrain from provocative” actions amid rising tensions between the two countries.
Muslim teen boxer in US wins right to fight in hijab
A 16-year-old Muslim-American boxer, who wants to compete at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020, has won the right to wear a hijab and fully cover her arms and legs while boxing in the US.
Germany's Merkel encouraged U.S. will consider EU free trade deal
German Chancellor Angela Merkel fueled expectations of a future EU-U.S trade deal on Sunday, saying she was "very encouraged" talks were being looked at after her recent trip to Washington.
Pentagon chief in Djibouti to bolster ties
US Defense Secretary James Mattis has arrived in Djibouti on a trip to bolster ties with the tiny African country, which houses the only known US military base on the continent.
US warship in west Pacific for Japan navy drills
The US aircraft carrier Carl Vinson and other warships started joint exercises with Japan on Sunday, the US Navy said, as regional tensions rise over North Korea’s missile and nuclear programs.
Iran calls US not to be misled by terrorists’ propaganda
A senior Iranian official warned the US against being misled by the anti-Iran propaganda campaign of the terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization’s (MKO), saying Washington has suffered every time it has trusted the notorious group.
US to honor Australia refugee deal Trump called ‘dumb’
US Vice President Mike Pence has announced Washington's readiness to honor a bilateral agreement between Australia and the United States concerning refugees landing in the country, unveiling further inconsistency in the Trump administration' policies.
Overseas voters kick off crucial French presidential election
French overseas territories and residents in some US states such as Hawaii began voting on Saturday in the French presidential election, a day ahead of a main first-round vote that could change the global political landscape.
Shamkhani: Iran not willing to negotiate Mideast with US
Iran’s top security official said the Islamic Republic is not willing to negotiate Middle East issues with the United States, stressing that Washington cannot act as “judge, jury and executioner” in the troubled region.

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