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US companies to be allowed to sell equip

Osaka, Jun 29 (Sputnik/UNI) US President Donald Trump said on Saturday that he would allow US companies to sell their equipment to Chinese tech giant Huawei if this did not threaten the US national security, adding that the United States and China were discussing the possibility for the US Department of Commerce to abandon its ban on the company.

Merkel says discussed trade issues, dipl

Moscow, Jun 28 (Sputnik) German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday that she had discussed with US President Donald Trump trade issues and diplomatic ways to settle US-Iranian tensions at the talks on the G20 summit sidelines in Japan’s Osaka.

Jim Carr presents global opportunities f

Toronto, Jun 27 (IBNS): Jim Carr, Canada's Minister of International Trade Diversification was at the Canada-India Business Council (C-IBC) Toronto Partnership Summit on Wednesday to promote mutually beneficial trade and investment opportunities between Canada and India, media reports said.

Canada signs agreement with California t

Ottawa, Jun 26 (IBNS):  Catherine McKenna, Canada's environment minister has signed a memo of understanding with the chair of the California Air Resources Board, Mary Nichols, that Canada and California would work together to cut  vehicles greenhouse gases to promote the use of cleaner-running vehicles, media reports said.

US announces new sanctions targeting Ira

Washington, Jun 25 (Sputnik) President Donald Trump said he approved new US sanctions on Iran to hold Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and his associates responsible for the country's "hostile conduct."

Security Council urges ‘maximum restra

New York, June 25 (IBNS): There is a need for “genuine regional dialogue” to address rising tensions in the Gulf, Iran’s Ambassador to the United Nations said on Monday, calling on Secretary-General António Guterres “to play a role” in bringing countries to the table.

White House on lockdown after suspicious

Washington, Jun 24 (Xinhua) The White House in the United States was on lockdown on Monday after a suspicious package was found outside the gate, local media reported.

Two shootings left 1 dead, 2 injured in

Houston, June 24 (Xinhua/UNI): Two shootings happened Sunday in Dallas, Texas, the United States, left one dead and two injured, local police said.

Uzbekistan amends rules for residence pe

Tashkent, June 22 (IBNS): Citizens of 111 countries will be allowed to seek resident permits (subject to terms and conditions)  in the Republic of Uzbekistan following amendments and additions to the orders issued by the President earlier.

Khiva to become capital of Turkic world

Tashkent, June 20 (IBNS): Uzbek city of Khiva will become the capital of the Turkic world in 2020, according to an unanimous decision taken at a meeting of the Ankara-based International Organization of Turkic Culture.

Almost 1,600 Syrians returned from Jorda

Moscow, Jun 20 (Sputnik): Almost 1,600 Syrian refugees have returned to their home country from Jordan and Lebanon over the past 24 hours, the Russian defence ministry's Center for Reconciliation of Opposing Sides and Refugee Migration Monitoring said in its daily bulletin on Thursday.

US energy sector to suffer amid trade di

Houston, Jun 19 (Xinhua/uni) The ongoing US-China trade disputes will have a negative impact on industries and jobs associated with energy in the United States, analysts said here recently.

Canada: Toronto Raptors create history,

Toronto, Jun 18 (IBNS): Creating history, Toronto Raptors have won the National Basketball Association (NBA) for the first time as a non-American team, media reports said.

China earthquake: Death toll rises to 12

Chengdu, Jun 18 (Xinhua): Twelve people died and another 125 were injured after a 6.0-magnitude earthquake hit southwest China's Sichuan Province on Monday night, China's Ministry of Emergency Management said Tuesday.

Canada: Quebec bans government employees

Ottawa, June 18 (UNI): Canada's Quebec province bans some government employees from wearing religious symbols at work, prompting an outcry from civil liberties and Muslim groups.

Trump to launch 2020 re-Election bid ami

Washington, Jun 18 (Sputnik/UNI) US President Donald Trump will officially launch his 2020 re-election campaign at a rally in Orlando, Florida on Tuesday which comes as Democratic rivals prepare for their first primary debate and with intraparty clashes over impeachment on the rise.

Four Indian-origin people found dead in

New York, June 17 (IBNS): The police on Monday said four Indian-origin family members were killed inside their residence in  West Des Moines area of the US.

He is a national disgrace: Donald Trump

Washington, June 16 (IBNS): US President Donald Trump on Sunday criticised London Mayor Sadiq Khan, who is a Muslim of Pakistani heritage, and called him a 'national disgrace'.

Trump lashes out at London Mayor over vi

Washington, Jun 16 (UNI/IBNS) US President Donald Trump once again criticised London Mayor Sadiq Khan, calling him a 'national disgrace', who is destroying London's capital.

One killed in Costco shooting in Souther

Los Angeles, Jun 15 (Xinhua) One person was killed and three others were injured in a shooting incident at a Costco in the city of Corona, 75 km east of downtown Los Angeles, local CBS media reported Friday.

Canada India Foundation organises panel

Toronto, Jun 14 (IBNS): A panel discussion on Public Policy and Good Governance was organized by Canada India Foundation (CIF) 12 at Seneca College, 1750 Finch Avenue East Toronto, Ontario on Wednesday.

Sexual abuse of elderly likely to ‘gro

United Nations, Jun 14 (UNI): As the world prepares to mark World Elder Abuse Awareness Day this Saturday, the UN independent human rights expert mandated with defending the rights of older persons, Rosa Kornfeld-Matte, has stressed that they are often victims of sexual abuse and rape, although it remains rarely detected, reported or exposed.

Clashes between police, extradition bill

Moscow, Jun 13 (Sputnik): As many as 79 people were injured in Hong Kong in clashes between protesters and law enforcement officers as tens of thousands of people rallied against proposed amendments to the extradition legislation, local media reported on Thursday.

'Modi hai to mumkin hai': US Secretary o

Washington, June 13 (UNI): Days ahead of his crucial India visit, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has made use of popular BJP election slogan "Modi hai toh Mumkin hai" to drive home the point he believes in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "ability to deliver".

Tariffs will go up immediately if Xi doe

Washington, Jun 10 (Sputnik): US President Donald Trump said on Monday that if Chinese leader Xi Jinping does not meet him at the G20 later this month, tariffs on $300 billion worth of goods will go into effect immediately.

Canadian man shot dead in armed robbery

Ottawa, Jun 9 (Xinhua/UNI) A Canadian man was shot dead during a robbery in Sint Maarten in the Caribbean, the CTV report said. 

White House clinches deal with Mexico, i

Washington, Jun 8 (UNI): President Donald Trump on Friday night said that US has reached a signed agreement with Mexico to avert the threat of tariffs on all Mexican imports next week.

Panelists on India-Canada ties discuss b

Toronto, June 6 (IBNS): While ties between India and Canada deepens with the ongoing expansion of Indian diaspora across the North American nation, the academic collaborations and researches are further strengthening the effort with  experts pinpointing the speedbreakers in that relationship.

United States firm to pay over USD 1 mil

Washington, June 5 (IBNS):  After an investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD) found violations of the labor provisions of the H-1B visa program, Populus Group – based in Troy, Michigan – will pay USD 1,145,256 in back wages to 594 employees.

US President Trump arrives in UK for sta

London, Jun 3 (UNI): US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania arrived in the United Kingdom on Monday for a three-day state visit during which the President is expected to underscore the importance of the bilateral relationship between the two countries.

US President Donald Trump arrives in UK,

London, June 3 (IBNS): US President Donald Trump on Monday arrived in London for his  three-day state visit to the UK.

Problems cannot be solved with coercive

Mexico City, Jun 1 (IBNS): Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has said "problems cannot be solved with coercive measures" in reaction to his US counterpart Donald Trump's threatening to impose tariffs on Mexican goods over illegal immigration problem.

White House economic adviser to step dow

Washington, Jun 3 (UNI): Chairman of White House Council of Economic Advisers Kevin Hassett will step down 'shortly,' US President Donald Trump tweeted.

Canada suspends operations temporarily a

Ottawa, Jun 3 (UNI): Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said her country has suspended operations at its embassy in Venezuela because its diplomats will no longer be able to obtain visas.

Man shot down by US Secret Service agent

Washington, Jun 3 (Xinhua/UNI) A man was taken down near the White House on Sunday night after US Secret Service agents opened fire, according to a Xinhua reporter on site.

Some Boeing 737 jets equipped with fault

Washington, Jun 3 (Xinhua/UNI) The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) revealed a new problem involving the grounded Boeing 737 MAX planes.

US ready for unconditional talks with Ir

Washington, Jun 3 (Xinhua/UNI) US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in Switzerland that Washington is ready for unconditional talks with Tehran, according to a press release issued by the State Department.

US government is now demanding social me

Washington, June 2 (IBNS): In a major development, nearly all people, who are applying for US visa, will now need to  submit their social media details under newly adopted rules, media reports said.

Be prepared to leave EU without deal: Tr

Washington, Jun 2 (UNI): The UK should walk away from the EU without a deal if it cannot secure the terms it wants, Donald Trump has said.

India didn't assure equitable, reasonabl

Washington, Jun 1 (IBNS/UNI): US President Donald Trump has announced his country will end Preferential Trade Status for India which "didn't assure the US equitable and preferential access to market", media reports said.

Trump briefed on Virginia Beach shooting

Moscow, June 1 (Sputnik/UNI) US President Donald Trump has been informed on the deadly shooting in the southeastern US city of Virginia Beach and was monitoring the situation, the White House has said.

US: 11 killed in mass shooting in Virgin

Washington, June 1 (IBNS): At least 11 people were killed in a mass shooting incident  in a Virginia Beach city building in the USA on Friday, officials said.

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