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Iran makes 'substantial' nuclear offer in return for US lifting sanctions
Iran nuclear deal breaches not yet significant, EU says
Iran's recent breaches of the 2015 nuclear deal are not significant and can be reversed, the European Union's foreign policy chief says.
U.S. officials push for sanctions on China over oil purchases from Iran
Such a move would complicate trade talks between the two countries and further strain the relationship.
ICE and FBI used facial recognition to search drivers' licence databases
US immigration officers have used facial recognition technology to search drivers' licences in states that issue licences to undocumented immigrants.
Iran steps up uranium enrichment over 2015 deal levels, hopes to save accord 'but not at any cost'
Tehran has announced it will step up its uranium enrichment over the 3.67-percent limit set under the 2015 nuclear accord, warning it will further scale down its commitments if its European partners don’t fulfill theirs.
How the U.S. could respond to Iran's 1st breach of the nuclear pact
Tehran's move to enrich uranium likely a diplomatic play to gain economic support from Europe: analysts
Huawei remains on U.S. blacklist for security risk, despite Trump's reassuring tweet
U.S. trade office accuses Beijing of predatory tactics aimed at American technology
Iran has broken stockpile limit set by nuclear deal, FM Zarif says
Iran acknowledged Monday it had broken the limit set on its stockpile of low-enriched uranium by the 2015 nuclear deal, marking its first major departure from the unraveling agreement a year after the U.S. unilaterally withdrew from the accord.
Disagreements over trade, climate change and Hong Kong protests dominate G20 Summit in Japan
A last-minute switch before this picture was taken summed up the mood of global leaders in Japan, with roadblocks on everything from trade to climate change.
Supreme Court agrees to hear DACA case in win for Trump administration
The court will hear the case during its next term, which begins in October, and a decision likely wouldn't come until 2020.
US drone: Trump says Iran made a 'very bad mistake'
Iran "made a very big mistake" in shooting down a US military surveillance drone over the Strait of Hormuz, President Donald Trump says.
Why are US tourists dying in Dominican Republic?
A New Jersey man has become at least the eighth US tourist to die in the Dominican Republic in a string of deaths the FBI is investigating.
US to send 1,000 additional troops to the Middle East as tensions escalate with Iran
Iran attempted to shoot down a U.S. drone that was surveilling the attack on one of two tankers hit in the Gulf of Oman last week, CENTCOM said. The attempt missed the MQ-9 Reaper by "approximately one kilometer."
US considers Iran military action
The United States is “considering a full range of options” as the bitter fallout continues after two oil tankers were attacked in the Middle East.
Pompeo: Iran Is To Blame For Attacks On Oil Tankers In Gulf Of Oman
The Secretary of State said the attacks are part of a “campaign” of “escalating tension” by Iran.
Trump unveils new Air Force One design plans
US President Donald Trump has revealed the renderings of the redesign of the presidential aircraft fleet, known as Air Force One.
US submits extradition request for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange
The United States will detail all the charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange when it seeks his extradition in a London court.
Russia intercepts US, Swedish spy planes over Baltic Sea
CNN has reached out to the US Department of Defense for comment.
You're coming! Trump threatens China with immediate tariffs if Xi Jinping does not attend G20
US President Donald Trump said on Monday that China will make a deal with the United States “because they’re going to have to.” China has lost trillions of dollars since he was elected president, added Trump.
Russia and US warships almost collide in East China Sea
A Russian warship and a US warship have come close to collision in the western Pacific Ocean, with each side blaming the other for the incident.
US makes hurdles even higher for visa applicants
Both premises, that the demand for social media information is not more intrusive than other existing provisions and that it is required to protect American citizens, are questionable at best.
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