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Mullah Akhtar Mansour, US drone strike, US, drone strike, US Pakistan relationship, pakistan drone strike, US army, Taliban, Taliban leader, taliban Mullah Akhtar Mansour, world news

US to eliminate terrorists targeting American soldiers

The US has told Pakistan that while it respects its territorial integrity, it will continue to conduct strikes to eliminate terrorists who target American soldiers.

US, Vietnam, US vietnam, US vietnam agreement, US Peace Corps, US Peace Corps operation in Vietnam, Barack Obama, US president Barack Obama, John Kerry, Kerry, Obama, World News

US, Vietnam agree to allow Peace Corps into Vietnam for first time

US Secretary of State John Kerry, who was present for the signing, said the agreement marked a further normalising of relations between the United States and Vietnam.

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Donald Trump, Trump, US, US donald Trump, US elections, US presidential elections, US congress, world news

China will ‘behave’ under my presidency: Donald Trump

Trump also asked his supporters to leave the economy to him. “A lot of you don’t know the world of economics. And you shouldn’t even bother. Just do me a favor. Leave it to me. Just go enjoy your life,” he said.

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US House of Representatives block aid to Pakistan

The NDAA 2017 (H R 4909) was passed by the US House of Representative (277-147) reflecting the strong anti-Pak sentiment prevailing among the US lawmakers.

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US House of Representatives approves move to bolster defence ties with India

For the US, it encourages the executive branch to designate an official to focus on US-India defence cooperation and facilitate the transfer of defence technology.

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Myanmar, Myanmar military, Myanmar democracy, Ben Rhodes, Myanmar US, Aung San Suu Kyi, US military Myanmar, Myanmar policy, Myanmar Human rights, Myanmar news, Myanmar US news, World news

US to engage with Myanmar for transition to civilian rule

“We are carefully exploring in close consultation with Congress what can be done to use calibrated military-to-
military engagement to support a transition to civilian rule,” US Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes said.

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US has real concerns about Bangladesh, says top official John Kirby

There have been systematic assaults in Bangladesh in recent weeks especially targeting minorities, secular
bloggers, intellectuals and foreigners.

Myanmar, Myanmar trade embargo, Myanmar US, Myanmar free trade, Myanmar world, Myanmar news, Myanmar foreign investment, Myanmar business news, Myanmar business

Myanmar welcomes US move to ease more sanctions

The United States lifted a host of financial and trade embargoes Tuesday to recognise the “historic milestone” of the country’s transfer to a civilian-led government.

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Will continue working with PM Modi to strengthen ties between two nations: US

Talking about the Prime Minister’s upcoming visit to the US on June 8th, state department spokesperson John Kirby said in a press briefing, that the ties between the two nations represented a ‘special relationship’.

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Donald Trump, Trump, US, US donald Trump, US elections, US presidential elections, US congress, world news

Donald Trump would engage N Korea’s Kim, wants to renegotiate climate accord

Asked whether he would try to talk some sense into the North Korean leader, Trump replied, “Absolutely.”

President Barack Obama delivers the commencement address at Rutgers University Sunday, May 15, 2016 in Piscataway, N.J (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

Obama slams Trump on Muslim ban, US-Mexico border policies

Obama said building a wall is neither going to create jobs nor accelerate economy. He also challenged the notion that Muslims should be banned from the US, something Trump proposed in December.

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China criticises US report, says it hypes up so-called military threat

The report to the US Congress on Friday said that China was focused on developing and weaponizing the islands it has built in the disputed waters of the South China Sea.

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US set to renew, but tweak, sanctions against Myanmar

US lawmakers of both parties have also urged Obama to renew the sanctions authority that expires on May 20.

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US, Vietnam, US vietnam, US vietnam agreement, US Peace Corps, US Peace Corps operation in Vietnam, Barack Obama, US president Barack Obama, John Kerry, Kerry, Obama, World News

US ready to loosen Libya arms embargo to help them fight IS, say US officials

Gaddafi’s regime was deposed with the help of NATO airpower and he was ultimately killed in October 2011, but Libya has been in turmoil since.

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China, US should manage South China Sea differences, says Chinese general

The discussion comes at a time of heightened tension between China and the United States