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Iran Nuclear Deal Appears Within Reach as Negotiators Send “Final Text” to Tehran & Washington

After months of failure to revive the Iran nuclear deal, European Union negotiators have drafted a “final” text for the U.S. and Iran to sign. An agreement seems more likely, due to Iran backing down on original demands for the U.S. to…
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Doha deal ‘among the worst diplomatic agreements’: Petraeus

The former head of US and NATO forces in Afghanistan and former head of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), David Petraeus, said the deal signed between the Islamic Emirate and US “has to rank among the worst diplomatic agreements” that…
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Meddling undermines US’ global credibility, analysts say

Deep involvement In September 2000, an article published by ABC News in Australia reported that the CIA had acknowledged for the first time the extent of its deep involvement in Chile, where it "dealt with coup-plotters, false propagandists…
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Iran FM calls on US to accept Islamic Republic’s legitimate demands

Iran's Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian has called on the United States to provide the ground for the final text of an agreement in Vienna talks by accepting the "legitimate demands" of the Islamic Republic. "We have conveyed our…
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U.S. massacres civilians in wars in the Middle East: report

The United States has committed crimes by launching wars in the Middle East and surrounding regions that have caused mass killing of civilians, said a report released Tuesday by the China Society for Human Rights Studies (CSHRS). Titled…
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US renews Iran sanctions waiver for civilian nuclear activities

The Biden administration has notified Congress that it renewed a sanctions waiver allowing international cooperation on some of Iran’s civilian nuclear projects, a State Department spokesperson confirmed to Al-Monitor. The waiver, which…
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Pentagon contractors in Afghanistan operated with minimal disclosure and oversight

The rapid collapse of the Afghan National Security Forces last summer and return to power by the Taliban laid bare the failed U.S.-led state-building efforts since 2001. The human and financial costs of the 20-year conflict were staggering…
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US pledges $1 billion more rockets, other arms for Ukraine

The Biden administration said Monday it was shipping its biggest yet direct delivery of weapons to Ukraine as that country prepares for a potentially decisive counteroffensive in the south against Russia, sending $1 billion in rockets, ammunition…
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Biden war criminal, Taiwan part of China: Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters

China is not encircling Taiwan, for the latter is part of China, Pink Floyd's Roger Waters told CNN during an interview on Monday, sparking controversy against the British artist. In an interview with CNN's Michael Smerconish,…
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US, Zionists not trustworthy friends for Arab regimes normalizing ties with Israel: Ansarullah chief

The leader of Yemen’s popular Ansarullah resistance movement has vigorously condemned some Arab states for normalization of ties and establishment of diplomatic relations with Israel, emphasizing that US and Israeli authorities cannot be…