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CIA still investigating killing of Khashoggi, Pompeo says

CIA still investigating killing of Khashoggi, Pompeo says

TEHRAN, December 12 - US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has noted that CIA investigations regarding the death of dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi still continued.
Bolivia court building razed during protest over Morales candidacy

Bolivia court building razed during protest over Morales candidacy

TEHRAN, December 12 - The regional Supreme Electoral Court building in Bolivia's biggest city was burned down on Tuesday night during a protest against President Evo Morales' bid to seek a fourth term.
Trump says stands by Saudi crown prince despite rebuke from Senate

Trump says stands by Saudi crown prince despite rebuke from Senate

TEHRAN, December 12 -US President Donald Trump has reiterated that he stands with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman despite a CIA assessment that he personally ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and pressure from fellow Republicans in Congress to rebuke the kingdom’s de facto ruler.
Accused Russian agent to plead guilty, help prosecutors

Accused Russian agent to plead guilty, help prosecutors

TEHRAN, December 12 -Maria Butina, who is charged and detained in the United States over conspiracy to act as a Russian government agent by developing ties with American citizens and infiltrating political groups, has reportedly agreed to plead guilty and cooperate with federal prosecutors.
Trump ‘worried’ about impeachment over Russia ties: Report

Trump ‘worried’ about impeachment over Russia ties: Report

TEHRAN, December 11 -US President Donald Trump sees impeachment as a “real possibility” when Democrats take over the House of Representatives in a month, amid the ongoing probe into the president’s ties with Russia, sources close to the White House say.
U.S. sanctions three North Korean officials for alleged rights abuses

U.S. sanctions three North Korean officials for alleged rights abuses

TEHRAN, December 11 -The United States said on Monday it had sanctioned three North Korean officials, including a top aide to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, for serious human rights abuses and censorship.
Protesters disrupt US fossil fuel event at climate talks

Protesters disrupt US fossil fuel event at climate talks

TEHRAN, December 10 -Protesters disturbed a US-sponsored event promoting fossil fuels on the sidelines of UN climate change talks on Monday, saying attempts to rebrand coal as a potentially “clean” energy source were misleading.
Refugees struggling to enter US soil

Refugees struggling to enter US soil

TEHRAN, December 10 - Refugees are still trying to enter North American territory despite bad weather and heavy rains
US invaded Afghanistan to exploit its vast mineral resources: Scholar

US invaded Afghanistan to exploit its vast mineral resources: Scholar

TEHRAN, December 10 -The 2001 invasion of Afghanistan and following occupation by the United States was largely to protect the country’s opium cultivation and exploit its vast mineral resources, particularly the deposits of lithium, according to James Henry Fetzer, an American academic who has been studying the events of 9/11 since late 2001.
CIA still investigating killing of Khashoggi, Pompeo says

CIA still investigating killing of Khashoggi, Pompeo says

TEHRAN, December 12 - US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has noted that CIA investigations regarding the death of dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi still continued.
Bolivia court building razed during protest over Morales candidacy

Bolivia court building razed during protest over Morales candidacy

TEHRAN, December 12 - The regional Supreme Electoral Court building in Bolivia's biggest city was burned down on Tuesday night during a protest against President Evo Morales' bid to seek a fourth term.
Trump says stands by Saudi crown prince despite rebuke from Senate

Trump says stands by Saudi crown prince despite rebuke from Senate

TEHRAN, December 12 -US President Donald Trump has reiterated that he stands with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman despite a CIA assessment that he personally ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and pressure from fellow Republicans in Congress to rebuke the kingdom’s de facto ruler.
Accused Russian agent to plead guilty, help prosecutors

Accused Russian agent to plead guilty, help prosecutors

TEHRAN, December 12 -Maria Butina, who is charged and detained in the United States over conspiracy to act as a Russian government agent by developing ties with American citizens and infiltrating political groups, has reportedly agreed to plead guilty and cooperate with federal prosecutors.
Trump ‘worried’ about impeachment over Russia ties: Report

Trump ‘worried’ about impeachment over Russia ties: Report

TEHRAN, December 11 -US President Donald Trump sees impeachment as a “real possibility” when Democrats take over the House of Representatives in a month, amid the ongoing probe into the president’s ties with Russia, sources close to the White House say.
U.S. sanctions three North Korean officials for alleged rights abuses

U.S. sanctions three North Korean officials for alleged rights abuses

TEHRAN, December 11 -The United States said on Monday it had sanctioned three North Korean officials, including a top aide to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, for serious human rights abuses and censorship.
Protesters disrupt US fossil fuel event at climate talks

Protesters disrupt US fossil fuel event at climate talks

TEHRAN, December 10 -Protesters disturbed a US-sponsored event promoting fossil fuels on the sidelines of UN climate change talks on Monday, saying attempts to rebrand coal as a potentially “clean” energy source were misleading.
Refugees struggling to enter US soil

Refugees struggling to enter US soil

TEHRAN, December 10 - Refugees are still trying to enter North American territory despite bad weather and heavy rains
US invaded Afghanistan to exploit its vast mineral resources: Scholar

US invaded Afghanistan to exploit its vast mineral resources: Scholar

TEHRAN, December 10 -The 2001 invasion of Afghanistan and following occupation by the United States was largely to protect the country’s opium cultivation and exploit its vast mineral resources, particularly the deposits of lithium, according to James Henry Fetzer, an American academic who has been studying the events of 9/11 since late 2001.