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Trump seeks $54 bln rise in US defense spending

Trump seeks $54 bln rise in US defense spending

US President Donald Trump will seek a $54 billion increase in defense spending and cut the same amount from non-defense spending, an Office of Management and Budget (OMB) official said on Monday.
US house intel committee chair: No evidence of Trump team's ties with Russia

US house intel committee chair: No evidence of Trump team's ties with Russia

The US House Intelligence Committee did not find any evidence so far proving that Donald Trump’s advisers had any contacts with Russian officials during the 2016 US presidential campaign, Committee Chair Devin Nunes said in a press conference on Monday.
Iran, Indonesia emphasize developing bilateral ties

Iran, Indonesia emphasize developing bilateral ties

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said the country welcomes expanding bilateral ties with Indonesia in political, economic, cultural and scientific domains.
Abbas: No state should relocate Israel embassy

Abbas: No state should relocate Israel embassy

The Palestinian Authority (PA) has warned all foreign countries against relocating their respective embassies in Israel from Tel Aviv to East Jerusalem al-Quds, which the Palestinians want as the capital of their future state.
Some 400,000 Poles might lose residency in post-Brexit UK

Some 400,000 Poles might lose residency in post-Brexit UK

Up to 400,000 Polish citizens living in the United Kingdom might be deprived of the permanent residence permit after Brexit, while about 200,000 may decide to return to their homeland, the Polish Ministry of Development said Monday.
Human Rights Watch condemns Trump for ‘discrediting, harassing’ his critics

Human Rights Watch condemns Trump for ‘discrediting, harassing’ his critics

A prominent US human rights group has criticized President Donald Trump for his campaign to “discredit, harass, and intimidate" his critics, comparing the new American leader to “demagogues in other countries.”
Iran calls for restraint in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

Iran calls for restraint in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

Iran urged involved sides in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict to keep restraint and hold negotiations to settle the disagreements peacefully.
Belgium to host Iran-EU technical cooperation conference

Belgium to host Iran-EU technical cooperation conference

Iran-EU technical cooperation international conference is scheduled to be held in Brussels on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Iran deplores Homs deadly attack

Iran deplores Homs deadly attack

Iran categorically blasted terrorist attacks in Syrian city of Homs.
Iran, New Zealand agree to resume trade

Iran, New Zealand agree to resume trade

Iran has signed a new agreement to resume sheep and beef imports from New Zealand and discussed possible kiwifruit and shrimp exports to that country.