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Trump ‘will be vindicated' on surveillance claims: White House
US President Donald Trump is “very confident” that he will be "vindicated" regarding his claim that the Obama administration spied on him during the election campaign, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has said.
US House intel. chair apologizes to Democratic members
The House Intelligence Committee chairman has apologized to committee Democrats for going public with information about government surveillance on the Trump election campaign prior to speaking to them, according to a member.
Top Democrat seeks investigation into House intel. chair
A top Democrat calls for an investigation into the House intelligence chair, who bypassed the panel to brief President Donald Trump on information related to US surveillance of his transition team.
Amnesty International condemns US, UK over Yemen arms
Amnesty International on Thursday condemned the United States and Britain for transferring arms to Saudi Arabia to use in its war in Yemen, Western media reported.
US, allies ‘not in the business of nation building,’ Tillerson says
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson speaks of his country’s top priority in the Middle East, asserting that Washington does not seek “the business of nation building” in the region.
Families of 9/11 victims sue S. Arabia: Media reports
Families of victims and hundreds of individuals who suffered injuries as a result of the September 11, 2001, attacks sued Saudi Arabia in a US court, asking Riyadh to pay compensation to the victims of the of such attacks, it was reported early on Wednesday.
Iraqi PM snubs US pressure to move away from Tehran: Lawmaker
An Iraqi lawmaker said here on Wednesday that Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has refused to distance himself from Iran under pressure excreted on him from Washington.
Most US Muslims experienced religious discrimination in 2016: Poll
The majority of Muslim Americans experienced religious discrimination during 2016, and many said they feared for their own or their family’s safety from hate groups following the election US President Donald Trump, a new poll has revealed.
Hearing for female Marines nude photos ‘misses the point'
A Democratic lawmaker in the US House of Representatives has censured the House Armed Services Committee for downgrading its public hearing over a scandal, involving nude photo sharing by US military personnel, to a subcommittee hearing on social media policies.
US will honor Iran nuclear deal, Trump’s advisor says
US President Donald Trump’s nuclear advisor says Washington will honor the 2015 nuclear agreement between Iran and six major world powers, including the United States.
Iranian FM warns US against violation of nuclear deal
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif warns that Tehran is ready to restore its nuclear activities to the level it was before the 2015 deal with the P5+1 states, including the US, should Washington fail to keep its end of the nuclear bargain.
North Korea downplays US war threat, stresses combat readiness
North Korea has downplayed US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's warning of a possible military strike against the country, stressing its full readiness to respond to any war.
US THAAD missile system poses ‘serious risks’ to Asia-Pacific region: Russia FM
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has taken a swipe at the deployment of a US missile system in South Korea, warning that it poses "serious risks" to the Asia-Pacific region.
Ex-UK ambassador to US calls Trump’s wiretap claims ‘damaging'
The former British ambassador to the United States has rejected claims by US President Donald Trump about the UK’s involvement in alleged wiretapping of Trump Tower by the administration of former President Barack Obama in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election.
Trade war likely between EU, US: European official
European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker has warned of a trade war between the European Union (EU) and the United States.

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