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China says will reciprocate US trade restrictions, advises dialog nonetheless
China’s ambassador to the United States said trade frictions between Beijing and Washington had better be resolved through dialog, insisting, however, that the Chinese state will follow the policy of reciprocation vis-à-vis US trade measures against China.
Russia eyeing retaliatory ban on “all US goods”
Russia says it is considering a plan to ban American products, saying the move would be in response to the latest sanctions imposed by Washington.
Russian MoD publishes new photos of Raqqa damage by Washington coalition
New aerial photos published by the Russian Ministry of Defense on Saturday showed the scale of the massive destruction caused to Raqqa city by the airstrikes carried out by the illegal Washington-led international coalition during the second half of 2017.
Italian publication: Iran is a logical player
An Italian publication referring to Riyadh and Washington's anti-Iran policies and appointment of John Bolton as national security advisor wrote the Islamic Republic is a logical player and it would be in the best interest of the US to have it as an ally.
UN chief warns of Cold War-like tensions between Moscow, Washington
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has warned of a return to the Cold War-like tensions between the United States and Russia in the wake of a nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy in Britain blamed on Moscow.
FM: Expelling of Russian diplomats result of 'colossal blackmail'
Russia on Tuesday blamed Washington for putting pressure on allies to expel its diplomats, saying the expulsions were the result of "colossal pressure" by the United States.
Thousands to take part in Washington's 'March for Our Lives' rally
Hundreds of thousands of protesters are getting ready for a massive anti-gun rally in Washington, as calls grow for tighter gun control measures following a wave of mass shootings in the United States.
China pledges retaliation as Trump prepares to announce new tariffs
In a new warning to Washington, Beijing pledges tit-for-tat measures should the US choose to slap trade sanctions against China over what it calls “the theft” of American intellectual property.
US students plan protest against gun violence in Washington after Florida shooting
US students who survived the deadly mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida, are calling for a march on Washington, DC, next month to demand political action on gun violence.
‘Time has come’ to change Iran’s nuclear deal: US VP
US Vice President Mike Pence has underlined Washington’s resolve to change Iran’s nuclear deal, warning that the US will withdraw from the agreement if it is not altered.
Palestinians go on strike in protest at US vice president’s visit, US policies
Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip have gone on a general strike in protest at US Vice President Mike Pence’s visit to the old city of Jerusalem al-Quds and Washington’s decision to recognize the holy city as Israel’s ‘capital.’
Pence says US embassy to move to Jerusalem by end of 2019
US Vice President Mike Pence says Washington is planning to relocate the country’s embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem al-Quds “by the end” of 2019.
US approves sale of anti-ballistic missiles to Japan: Official
The US has approved a $133.3 million sale of anti-ballistic missiles to Japan to defend itself against what Washington says is a growing nuclear and missile threat from North Korea, a State Department official says.
Russia: US after killing Iran Deal on human rights excuses
Washington's attempt to call for a special session of the UN Security Council on recent developments in Iran is aimed at undermining the Iran Deal not rallying support for the Iranian protesters, said Russia's representative to the UN.
US censured at UNSC over Iran meeting
Iran FM mocks US ‘blunder’
A United Nations Security Council meeting on Friday to discuss the protests in Iran turned into criticism of the United States for requesting to meet on what some member states said was an internal issue.

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