US dismisses connection between Iran’s funds and release of prisoners

Now Iran is awaiting the release of about $7 billion in funds frozen abroad

Biden tells US and NATO allies will defend ‘every inch’ of territory

America's fully prepared, with our NATO allies, to defend every single inch of NATO territory," he said. "Mr Putin, don't misunderstand what I'm saying: every inch."

VP Harris to meet S.Korean, Japanese leaders on Abe funeral

On Monday, she will meet with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, who took over after Abe's shocking murder while on the campaign trail in July.

Blinken talks with Chinese FM on Taiwan as soaring tensions

Blinken met for 90 minutes with Chinese FM Wang Yi in New York on the sidelines of the UNGA, in talks a US official described as "extremely candid" and focused largely on Taiwan.

US fines Boeing $200 mn for misleading aircraft safety

The SEC said both Boeing and Muilenburg, in agreeing to pay the penalties, did not admit or deny the agency's findings.

Antony Blinken demands charge on Putin against Ukraine act

Blinken accused Putin of adding "fuel to the fire" with recent steps including calling up reservists and planning referendums in Russian-held Ukrainian territory just as Kyiv made gains on the ground.

President Yoon’s criticism towards US goes viral

"How could Biden not lose damn face if these fuckers do not pass it in Congress?" Yoon was caught saying to his aides afterwards in footage that went viral in South Korea.

US, Canadian warships reach Taiwan to anger China

British, Canadian, French and Australian warships have made passages through the Taiwan Strait in recent years, sparking protests from Beijing.

Cyprus applauds the US withdrawal of the “landmark” arms embargo

The United States imposed the arms embargo on the whole of Cyprus in 1987 in the hope it could encourage its reunification.

US won’t use Taiwan to “contain” China: Top legislator

Taiwanese secessionists, seeking Washington’s help, won’t succeed either, a top Chinese official has said.

Russia should not be branded terrorism sponsor, Biden says

In July, US Senate unanimously approved a nonbinding resolution to designate Russia as a terrorism sponsor for its operation in Ukraine

US military sexual assaults set a record

The sharpest rise in assaults came in the army, up by 26 percent, followed by the navy, up 19 percent, and two percent each in the air force and marines.