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US,Britain,Canada accuse Russia of hacking vaccine trials

US,Canada and Britain’s National Cyber Security Centre made the announcement that Russia has tried to hack coronavirus vaccine trials. Britain, the United States and Canada...

Jeff Sessions loses Republican primary fight

Jeff Sessions loses Alabama Senate primary to ex-Auburn football coach, but says he ‘saved the president’s bacon’ and has 'no regrets'. Jeff Sessions took the...

Gulf nations and US issue sanctions on six targets for ties...

Gulf countries and United States have imposed sanctions on six targets, accusing them of being affiliated with Islamic State. The Treasury said the Terrorist Financing...

Facebook considers political-ad blackout ahead of US election

Facebook considering a political-ad blackout on its social network in days leading up US election in November, according to a report Friday from Bloomberg. The...

SCOTUS rules much of Eastern Oklahoma is tribal land

SCOTUS ruled that half of Oklahoma falls within an Indian reservation, decision that could reshape criminal-justice system. SCOTUS Landmark case upholds claim by Muscogee Nation...

Civil rights audit blasts Facebook’s handsoff policy on Trump posts

Civil rights audit commissioned comes as some 900 advertisers boycott the social media site.Auditor considers Facebook decision as terrible precedent Facebook Inc's decisions to allow...

US Treasury agrees on government loan term with airlines

US Treasury signed letters of intent with American, Frontier, Hawaiian, SkyWest, and Spirit under a $25bn loan programme. The United States Treasury says it has...

Trump administration asks Supreme Court to end Obamacare

Trump administration has long called Obamacare a disgrace, but Republicans have yet to propose a popular replacement for the law. President Donald Trump's administration petitioned...

United States blacklists four companies in Iran’s metals sector

United States blacklisted four companies in Iran's metals sector,the move is the latest US effort to slash Iranian revenues since Trump withdrew from Iran...

Khartoum close to a deal with US over embassy bombings

Khartoum will soon compensate victims of the al-Qaeda attacks in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998, Foreign Minister Asmaa Abdallah said. Sudan is finalising a deal...

US president may try again to limit DACA immigrant protections

US president may try to limit immigrant protections as Supreme Court had left door open for him to rescind programme affecting 650,000 immigrants. US President...

Democrats in US Congress propose extensive police reforms

Democrats in US Congress unveiled a sweeping package of legislation aimed at combating police violence and racial injustice. Responding to two weeks of protests across...

US lawmakers offer bill to prepare for the next pandemic

US lawmakers offered a bipartisan $3 billion plan to prepare for the next global health crisis, putting a premium on fighting disease outbreaks like...

Trump supports Musk over reopening of California Tesla plant

Trump support Tesla Inc and its CEO Elon Musk over reopening of California Tesla plant as president eager to reopen the United States economy. United...

Tehran says Washington yet to respond about prisoner swap

Tehran says US has yet to respond about a prisoner swap, Iranian government spokesman Ali Rabiei was quoted as saying by the government’s website...

Russian Soldiers to help Venezuela search for members of failed incursion

Russian soldiers operating drones over Venezuela as part of a search operation for members of a paramilitary force that led a botched invasion this...

Australian officials frustrated their push for inquiry undermined by US

Australian officials are frustrated that their push for an inquiry into the origins of the coronavirus is being undermined by the White House. Washington’s...

New York Democratic presidential primary will take place as planned

New York state Democratic presidential primary will take place as planned next month, District Judge Analisa Torres ruled. Last week, Democrats on the state board...

Former Saudi spymaster lashes out at Muslim Brotherhood

Former chief of the Saudi intelligence service Prince Turki Al Faisal has lashed out against the Muslim Brotherhood, accusing them of disloyalty. "They are untrustworthy....

Tension simmers between Trump and governors over coronavirus testing

Tension simmers between Donald Trump and the nation's governors,many governors says budgets are being stretched to the limit by coronavirus-related costs. Tension simmers between President...

Trump defended his actions in the early days of the coronavirus

Trump has denied seeing a memo by a senior US official warning of mass casualties and economic devastation from the new coronavirus. US president defended...

World leaders send well wishes to Boris Johnson

World leaders send well wishes to United Kingdom leader Boris Johnson as he battles coronavirus in an intensive care unit in London. As UK Prime...