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Angry protests erupt after US police killing of another African-American

US police have fatally shot another African-American man, this time in Philadelphia, in an incident that sparked protests and violent clashes between police and protesters, just one week ahead of the presidential election. The 27-year-old, identified as Walter Wallace, was shot several times in the shoulder and chest on Monday afternoon, in a neighborhood in west Philadelphia. Police said he was armed with a knife, when they were trying to arrest him. ...
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US-Israeli plan to blockade Iran to face major defeat

TEHRAN, Oct. 27 (MNA) – Secretary of Iran’s Expediency Council said that the new US-Israeli plan to blockade Iran will face a major defeat in the region.
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Pakistanis attach least hope to any US presidential candidate

Javed Rana Press TV, Islamabad As observers say, Pakistan’s government may have current American President Donald Trump as its favorite candidate in next week’s presidential election. The reason is the Pakistan-backed peace deal the White House finalized with the Taliban early this year to withdraw all American troops from neighboring Afghanistan. However, many people in Pakistan make little distinction between the Republican Party’s candidate, Donald Trump, and the Democratic Party’s contestant, Joe ...
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US Supreme Court declines to extend Wisconsin mail-in voting deadline

Siding with Republicans in the US state of Wisconsin, the Supreme Court has refused to extend deadline for reviving absentee ballots to six days after Election Day. The divided court on Monday, vote 5 to 3, that mail-in ballots could be counted only if they are received by November 3, in the key presidential swing state. Democrats in the state had asked the top court to allow the counting of ballots that ...
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US' addiction to sanctions has not paid off: diplomat

TEHRAN, Oct. 27 (MNA) – Condemning the US recent sanction against Iranian Petroleum Ministry, Spokesperson for the Iranian Mission to the UN said that US' addiction to sanctions has not paid off.
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‘Sanctions on me, a passive reaction to failure of US policy’

TEHRAN, Oct. 27 (MNA) – Iranian Oil Minister said that imposition of sanctions is a passive reaction to the failure of Washington’s policy of reducing (Iran’s) crude oil exports to zero.
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More economic warfare against Iran to bring US less influence

TEHRAN, Oct. 26 (MNA) – Iranian Foreign Minister noted that more economic warfare against Iran will bring the US less influence.
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About 6 hours ago

No one knows who in US makes policy on Russia: Journalist

American journalist and political commentator Don DeBar says no one really knows who's in the driver's seat in the United States in terms of making policy on Russia. DeBar made the remarks in a phone interview with Press TV on Monday while commenting on a statement of Russian President Vladimir Putin who said Washington’s abandoning a landmark nuclear treaty with Moscow threatens the world with the risk of another nuclear ...
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Zarif urges UN to unite against US unilateral actions

TEHRAN, Oct. 27 (MNA) – Iranian foreign minister called on the United Nations member states to unanimously stand against the US’ unilateralism and its hawkish stance against the world countries.
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