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Uber, Postmates sue California over labo

San Francisco/Xinhua: US gig economy companies Uber Technologies, Inc and Postmates Inc on Monday brought a lawsuit against California, claiming a state labour law set to be enforced soon as "unconstitutional."

Trump, Putin speak over phone on counter

Washington/Xinhua/UNI: US President Donald Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin spoke over phone on Sunday on counterterrorism and bilateral ties, said the White House on Monday.

Mike Pompeo defends US strikes in Iraq,

Washington/Sputnik/UNI: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in a call with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres defended American strikes in Iraq and Syria as a response and deterrent to Iranian attacks, the State Department’s spokesperson Morgan Ortagus said.

US President Donald Trump praises 'heroe

Washington/UNI/IBNS:  US President Donald Trump has credited Texas gun laws, which allow residents to carry arms into places of worship, for saving more than 240 people during a shooting in a White Settlement, Texas, church on Sunday.

US: Texas church shooting leaves 2 kille

Texas/IBNS: At least two parishioners were killed as a gunman opened fire on them in a church in US state of Texas, media reports said on Monday.

New York: Five people stabbed during Han

New York/IBNS: At least six people were stabbed at the residence of a rabbi in US city of New York, media reports said on Sunday.

Islamic State beheads Christian hostages

Abuja/IBNS: The Islamic State terror group has released a video and claimed to have killed 11 Christian hostages, mostly by beheading, in Nigeria, media reports said.

At least 15 injured in U.S. aviation pla

Washington/Xinhua/UNI: At least 15 people were injured and no one was reported dead Friday in an explosion at an aviation plant in Wichita, the U.S. state of Kansas, according to U.S. media reports.

3 hospitalized, 250 displaced following

Washington/Xinhua/UNI: A fire devastated a hotel in the U.S. state of Minnesota leaving three people hospitalized and around 250 people displaced.

A girl shot on Christmas day in Chicago

Chicago/Xinhua/UNI: A 7-year-old girl was shot on Christmas day, when she was watching television in the living room of a multifamily building on Chicago's Southwest Side.

US to urge Saudi Arabia for full account

Washington/Sputnik/UNI: The United States will continue to encourage Saudi Arabia for transparency in the investigation of columnist Jamal Khashoggi's murder in order to bring all accountable to justice, a senior US State Department official told reporters.

Las Vegas: Six killed in apartment fire,

Washington/UNI: At least six people were killed and 13 sustained injuries when a fire broke out in an apartment in the American city of Las Vegas.

US expresses concern over situation in L

Washington/UNI: The United States is concerned by foreign actors in Libya funnelling fighters and military aid to the Tripoli-based Government of National Accord and the Libyan National Army of Khalifa Haftar, US Department of State said in a statement.

Donald Trump impeached, to face Senate t

Washington/IBNS: The House of Representatives on Wednesday impeached Donald Trump, making him only the third US President against whom such a move has been made.

US urges India to 'protect and respect r

Washington/IBNS: In view of the attack on protesting students of Jamia Millia University and later Aligarh Muslim University, the United States has urged India 'to protect and respect the right of peaceful assembly'.

Trump, Boris Johnson speak over phone on

Washington/Xinhua/UNI: US President Donald Trump spoke over phone with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday on bilateral ties, said the White House.

Don't let anyone dim your light: Michell

Washington/IBNS: A day after US President Donald Trump mocked Greta Thunberg and asked her to work on her 'anger management', country's former First Lady Michelle Obama came out in support of her and advised the young climate crisis activist to ignore her doubters.

UK elections: Conservatives win big majo

London/IBNS: Borin Johnson is set to be back as the UK Prime Minister as the Conservative Party decimate the Labour Party by winning a big majority.

Saudi Ambassador visits site of Pensacol

Washington/Sputnik/UNI: The Embassy of Saudi Arabia to the United States said in a statement that Ambassador Reema bint Bandar Al Saud visited the military base in Pensacola, Florida, where a Saudi national had killed three Americans, and expressed condolences as well as reaffirmed the country’s commitment to cooperate with the investigation.

Trump warns against Russian interference

Washington/Xinhua/UNI: US President Donald Trump has warned Russia not to interfere in US elections during his meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, who rejected any speculations about Russian interference in US domestic politics.

US: Jersey City gun attacks kill 6

New Jersey/IBNS: At least six people, including a police officer, were killed in a series of "furious" gun battles in US's Jersey city, media reports said on Wednesday.

US to develop 3 to 5 anti-drone systems

Washington/Sputnik: The US Defense Department has put the Army in charge of developing defences against drones with the goal of creating three to five weapon systems designed for different types of attacks, Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition Ellen Lord told reporters on Tuesday.

US House Democrats to introduce 2 articl

Washington/Sputnik/IBNS: Democrats on the US House of Representatives will introduce two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump charging him with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler told reporters on Tuesday.

DPRK officials warn US over Trump words,

Pyongyang/Xinhua/UNI: Senior officials of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) on Monday issued a warning to the United States over the recent actions and words of US President Donald Trump.

FBI suspects Florida Naval Base shooting

Moscow/Sputnik/UNI: The Federal Bureau of Investigation is working with the presumption that the shooting at Pensacola naval air base in Florida was an act of terrorism, an FBI special agent said Sunday.

Donald Trump taps new deputy chief of st

Washington/UNI: US President Donald Trump announced on Saturday that Anthony Ornato, deputy assistant director of the Secret Service, will become his new deputy chief of staff for operations.

US, Iran swap prisoners

Washington/UNI: The United States and Iran completed a prisoner swap on Saturday, freeing one scholar from each country.

Canadian arrested in Turkey faces terror

Toronto/Sputnik/UNI: The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) have brought forward terrorism charges against 22-year Ikar Mao of Guelph, Ontario following his arrest in Turkey this past summer, the Canadian law enforcement agency said in a press release.

Pensacola US Naval base shooting: Saudi

Pensacola /IBNS: At least four people, including the gunman, were killed during a shooting incident at a US naval base in Pensacola city, Florida, officials said.

US Envoy to Coalition Fighting Islamic S

Washington/Sputnik/UNI: The US Special Envoy charged with maintaining the Coalition to fight the Islamic State terrorist group (IS, outlawed in Russia) is visiting Baghdad to ensure continued alliance coordination, the Department of State said in a media note on Friday.

Donald Trump says met with UK's Johnson

Moscow/Sputnik/UNI: United States President Donald Trump in a tweet on Wednesday confirmed that he had met with United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson the night before, since questions were raised as to whether the two had actually met in a bilateral setting at the backdrop of the NATO summit in London.

I can't fund my own campaign, I am not a

Washington/IBNS:  Kamala Harris, the first Indian American woman to run for the White House, on Tuesday announced that she is not a 'billionaire' and she decided to quit the presidential race as she is unable to 'fund' her own campaign.

Trump, Macron spar over need to return f

Washington/Sputnik/UNI: President Donald Trump and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron appeared at odds on Tuesday during a press conference in London when the two leaders discussed efforts to take back citizens who joined the Islamic State terror group (banned in Russia).

Protest against NATO, Trump taking place

London/Sputnik/UNI: A protest against NATO and US President Donald Trump, who arrived in the UK capital to attend the Alliance’s summit, has begun in central London, a Sputnik correspondent reported.

Indian-origin US Senator Kamala Harris d

Washington/IBNS: Indian-origin US Senator Kamala Harris on Tuesday announced her decision to drop out of the US presidential race.

State Dept launches anti-terror training

Washington/Sputnik/UNI: The United States and Senegal launched a five-day antiterrorism training event for law enforcement teams throughout Africa assigned to protect embassies, the State Department announced in a press release.

US President Donald Trump reaches London

London/IBNS/UNI: US President Donald Trump has reached London to attend the NATO meetings.

White House declines participation in ju

Washington/Sputnik/UNI: The White House has notified the House Judiciary Committee in a letter published Sunday that President Donald Trump and his counsel will not take part in the next round of impeachment hearing citing the likelihood of an unfair process and anti-Trump bias from the Democrat dominated committee.

US: Nine people killed, three injured in

New York/UNI: Nine people have died in a plane crash outside Chamberlain, South Dakota and three people were hospitalised as snowstorms battered the United States Midwest, media reported on Saturday.

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