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The Peace to Prosperity economic workshop that begins June 25 is billed as the start of a new approach that will later include political solutions to the long intractable Middle East conflict
United States President Donald Trump says an 'impeachment is a very unfair thing'
Demonstrators burn Israeli flag near Morocco's parliament and shouted 'Death to Israel!' and 'Death to the United States!'
Trump says the US was 'cocked & loaded to retaliate' on Thursday night, June 20, by hitting '3 different sites,' but that he scrapped the strikes just 10 minutes before they were carried out
The suspensions come after the Federal Aviation Administration in the United States issued a Notice to Airmen 'prohibiting US-registered aircraft from operating over the Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman'
The two men have had a rocky relationship since Trump walked out of a G7 summit in Quebec last June
The adviser, Emmanuel Bonne, holds 'high-level meetings' in Tehran, 'with the aim of contributing to the de-escalation of tensions in the region'
The US Federal Reserve says trade friction and slowing growth worldwide have led many central bankers to feel the case for an interest rate cut has 'strengthened'
'Accusations levelled against Iran's armed forces and the published film with regards to the incident [that] happened to the vessels...are unsubstantiated,' says Defense Minister Brigadier-General Amir Hatami
Organizers claim the Orlando rally has sold out a 20,000-seat arena, with many more to gather outside, watching on big screens
Lawmakers have also called for an emergency session with Iraq's ministers of oil, trade, planning and transport to 'prepare to confront the possible dangers'
Ethiopian Airlines chief executive Tewolde GebreMariam says criticisms of his crew's actions are 'seriously misinformed,' and that US politician Sam Graves does not 'have the facts in his hands'
(UPDATED) The move 'will be reversed once other parties live up to their commitments,' Iran's atomic energy organization spokesman Behrouz Kamalvandi says
India's move to increase tariffs on 28 goods from the United States comes after Washington stripped New Delhi of its preferential trade status
Iran's Ali Larijani says the attacks 'seem to complement the economic sanctions against Iran considering that (the US) has not achieved any results from them'
'We are thankful none of the Filipino fishermen lost their lives and glad that Vietnamese fishermen rescued them from the open sea,' says the United States
In his first court appearance since being sensationally dragged out of the Ecuadoran embassy in London in April, Julian Assange tells the court: '175 years of my life is effectively at stake'
(UPDATED) Iran 'has no trust in America and will not in any way repeat the bitter experience of the previous negotiations with America,' says Ayatollah Ali Khamenei
The final decision on whether WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can be extradited will rest with the courts
Japanese government officials say Shinzo Abe will not present Tehran with a list of demands, or deliver a message from Washington, but instead wants to play the role of neutral intermediary
Asked if a failure by Xi Jinping to come to the G20 summit would lead to tariffs kicking in on a further $300 billion in Chinese imports, Donald Trump tells CNBC television: 'Yes it would.'
(UPDATED) 'The only way to decrease tensions in the region is to stop the economic war,' says Mohammad Javad Zarif
Lebanese national Nizar Zakka is accused of having 'deep ties to military and intelligence services of the United States'
President Donald Trump's administration cancels special care in the from of classroom, soccer fields, and art studios, citing a lack of funding
Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin lash out at 'inequalities' in the global economic system and vow to pursue closer ties between their countries
The Russian ship had to carry out an emergency maneuver to avoid collision, the navy says, adding that it has sent a message of protest to the US cruiser's commanders
Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang says they have 'repeatedly emphasized to the US to fully understand the extremely sensitive and damaging nature of their decision to sell arms to Taiwan'
The International Monetary Fund expects the United States economy to grow by 2.6% in 2019, but says the country must quickly resolve its trade war with China
(UPDATED) The US embassy in Manila 'will assume responsibility for certain limited services previously provided' by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services
Washington is gearing up to roll out economic aspects of its long-awaited plan for peace between the Israelis and Palestinians at a conference in Bahrain
The US tariffs on Chinese goods are an 'immediate relief' for American garlic and honey farmers who struggle to compete with cheap exports
With pressure boiling, members of Trump's Republican party are reportedly considering a brazen legislative move to block the President's tariffs
The Uppsala district court says the fact that Julian Assange is currently in prison in Britain means he does not need to be formally detained in Sweden to be questioned by Swedish prosecutors
The Chinese education ministry says students applying to US universities should brace themselves for visa troubles and 'strengthen risk assessment...and make relevant preparations'
The launch video follows Boris Johnson on the campaign trail, promising voters that he will take Britain out of the European Union on October 31 'deal or no deal' if he becomes prime minister
'The party that has left the negotiating table, the party that has trampled the pact must return to a normal' behavior, Hassan Rouhani says in a televised speech
United States President Donald Trump slams Mexico as an 'abuser' of the US, 'taking but never giving'
But United States President Donald Trump can be heard making the remark about the Duchess of Sussex on tape
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'China does not want a trade war, but it is not afraid of one and will fight one if necessary' says the Chinese government in a white paper
The United States now requires visa applicants to disclose the social media platforms and usernames they have used in the past 5 years
This is the 150th mass shooting – with 4 or more people shot or killed – in the United States in 2019, says the Washington-based Gun Violence Archive
The United States had a $26.7 billion trade deficit with India from 2017 to 2018
The global superpowers have exchanged tariffs on $360 billion in two-way trade so far
The license of the sole clinic that performs abortions in Missouri will remain in effect until a ruling on a petitioner's request for preliminary injunction
'No good can come of coercive measures.... These (tariffs) would not be good for Mexicans, but they would not be good for Americans either,' says President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador
During Quds Day commemorations, demonstrators burn US and Israeli flags and effigies of US President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
The move will cap a week that was marked by a heated war of words and Chinese threats to curb exports of rare earths, which are key to US tech industries
The Chinese move to create its own 'entity list' appears to be a way to pressure foreign companies to maintain commercial relations with Huawei
'And now Russia has disappeared because I had nothing to do with Russia helping me to get elected,' says US President Donald Trump