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  • US Approves Sale Of 8 Lockheed F-16 Fighter Jets To Pakistan: Pentagon

    US Approves Sale Of 8 Lockheed F-16 Fighter Jets To Pakistan: Pentagon

    The US government said on Friday that it had approved the sale of F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan. The deal includes up to eight F-16 fighter jets built by Lockheed Martin Corp, radar and other equipment valued at $699 million.

  • Convicted Al Qaeda Supporter Loses US Medical Malpractice Trial

    Convicted Al Qaeda Supporter Loses US Medical Malpractice Trial

    The US government owes nothing to a New York man, now in prison for aiding al Qaeda, who sought $7 million in damages for alleged medical malpractice that occurred after he was taken into custody, a federal judge ruled on Thursday.

  • Syria Ceasefire: Russia Proposes March 1; US Wants It Now

    Syria Ceasefire: Russia Proposes March 1; US Wants It Now

    Russia has proposed a March 1 ceasefire in Syria, US officials say, but Washington believes Moscow is giving itself and the Syrian government three weeks to try to crush moderate rebel groups.

  • US Government Proposes Four Times Increase In Aid To Nepal

    US Government Proposes Four Times Increase In Aid To Nepal

    The US government has proposed a four-fold jump in relief to Nepal at Rs 434 crore (USD 64 million) as part of its aid to rebuild the country after the 2015 devastating earthquake killed nearly 9,000 people and destroyed thousands of buildings.

  • North Korea Nuclear Effort Seen As A Top Threat To The US

    North Korea Nuclear Effort Seen As A Top Threat To The US

    The national intelligence director, James R. Clapper, warned Tuesday that North Korea had expanded its production of weapons-grade nuclear fuel, making clear that the Obama administration now regarded the reclusive government in Pyongyang, rather than Iran, as the world's most worrisome nuclear threat.

  • US Official Says Syrian Government Unlikely To Collapse

    US Official Says Syrian Government Unlikely To Collapse

    The director of the US Defense Intelligence Agency, said he does not think the Syrian government of Bashar Al Assad is likely to collapse or be defeated in the near term because of increased support from Iran and Russia.

  • UK Lawmakers Criticise Government's Planned New Surveillance Law

    UK Lawmakers Criticise Government's Planned New Surveillance Law

    Britain unveiled the bill in November after police and intelligence agencies warned they had fallen behind those they were trying to track.

  • 'Don't Take Us For Granted,' Say BJP's Allies Ahead Of Budget Session

    'Don't Take Us For Granted,' Say BJP's Allies Ahead Of Budget Session

    Days before the crucial Budget session of Parliament begins, the BJP's allies have sent the ruling party a stern warning: "Don't take us for granted." The Akali Dal has suggested that the current BJP leadership should treat allies "like Atal Bihari Vajpayee did."

  • Compensation For Nuclear Damages: US Welcomes India's Move

    Compensation For Nuclear Damages: US Welcomes India's Move

    The United States has welcomed Indian government's move to ratify the Convention on Supplementary Compensation (CSC) for Nuclear Damages, stating that the "important step" will facilitate participation by American companies in the construction of nuclear reactors in India.

  • US Officials Say North Korea May Be Nearing Rocket Launch

    US Officials Say North Korea May Be Nearing Rocket Launch

    Satellite images taken this week of North Korea's Sohae rocket launch site show apparent fueling activity seen in the past shortly before a rocket launch, a US think-tank said, as US government officials signaled that a launch could occur as early as on Monday.

  • US Advises Abstinence, Condom Use To Prevent Zika Spread

    US Advises Abstinence, Condom Use To Prevent Zika Spread

    The US government on Friday urged men who recently travelled to areas where Zika virus runs rife and their pregnant sex partners to abstain from sexual activity or consistently and correctly use condoms during sex for the duration of the pregnancy.

  • 'The Mob Chased Us, Threw Stones': What Tanzanian Woman Told Bengaluru Cops

    'The Mob Chased Us, Threw Stones': What Tanzanian Woman Told Bengaluru Cops

    In her statement to the police, the Tanzanian woman who was attacked by a mob on Sunday has described a harrowing chase on the roads of Bengaluru. She and her friends have alleged that she was stripped and paraded, though the state government has denied it.

  • Why Pharma Stocks Are Under Pressure Today

    Why Pharma Stocks Are Under Pressure Today

    Top drug makers, including Wockhardt, Lupin and Cipla, came under a sharp selloff on Thursday following a news report saying the US government has made it mandatory for active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) to be manufactured locally.

  • Bomb Likely Caused Somalia Plane Blast, Say US Government Sources

    Bomb Likely Caused Somalia Plane Blast, Say US Government Sources

    Investigators believe a bomb probably caused the on board explosion that forced an Airbus A321 to return to the Somali capital of Mogadishu for an emergency landing this week, US government sources said on Wednesday.

  • US-Led Coalition Aims To Recapture ISIS 'Caliphate' In Iraq, Syria

    US-Led Coalition Aims To Recapture ISIS 'Caliphate' In Iraq, Syria

    The US-led coalition fighting ISIS aims this year to recapture Iraq's second city Mosul, working with Iraqi government forces, and drive the jihadis out of Raqqa, their stronghold in northeast Syria, Arab and Western officials say.

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