US News

Blinken confirmed the US readiness to return to negotiations on the Iranian nuclear deal

Blinken confirmed the US readiness to return to negotiations on the Iranian nuclear deal

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Blinken confirmed the US readiness to return to negotiations on the Iranian nuclear deal
An agreement to return to negotiations on the Iranian nuclear deal in Vienna has not yet been reached due to Tehran's position. This was stated by US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken

Scandals

In the United States, a scandal erupts around the social network Facebook

In the United States, a scandal erupts around the social network Facebook

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In the United States, a scandal erupts around the social network Facebook
Facebook is accused of double standards: allows some users to violate the rules of the social network, for which others would be immediately punished

US News

The US approves Pfizer booster dose for at-risk groups

The US approves Pfizer booster dose for at-risk groups

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The US approves Pfizer booster dose for at-risk groups
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has authorized the administration of the third dose of Pfizer / BioNTech coronavirus vaccine to at-risk Americans

World News

US to Double its Purchase of Pfizer Vaccine for Poor Countries

US to Double its Purchase of Pfizer Vaccine for Poor Countries

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US to Double its Purchase of Pfizer Vaccine for Poor Countries
The U.S. is preparing to double its purchase of Pfizer's COVID vaccine for poor countries to one billion doses

Scandals

AUKUS scandal: Johnson advised France to "get a grip"

AUKUS scandal: Johnson advised France to "get a grip"

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AUKUS scandal: Johnson advised France to "get a grip"
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that France should "get a grip" amid the scandal over the partnership between Britain, the United States, and Australia

World News

London and Washington named a condition for Taliban recognition

London and Washington named a condition for Taliban recognition

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London and Washington named a condition for Taliban recognition
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and US President Joe Biden named a condition for possible international recognition of the radical Taliban movement

World News

UN Secretary-General urged to avoid a "Cold War" between the U.S. and China

UN Secretary-General urged to avoid a "Cold War" between the U.S. and China

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UN Secretary-General urged to avoid a "Cold War" between the U.S. and China
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called for avoiding a "cold war" between the U.S. and China. He said this in an interview on Monday, Sept. 20