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Washington: The United States killed a key Islamic State operative during a nighttime assault in northern Somalia, a senior administration official said. more
US sues Google for 15 years of monopoly, advertising abuse

New York: The Justice Department and the attorney-generals of eight US states filed a joint lawsuit against Google, determining to end its 15 years of monopoly of the Internet through all ...

10 killed in mass shooting at Chinese New Year party in California

Los Angeles: At least ten people were killed and 10 others were injured when a gunman opened fire in the US city of Monterey Park in California's Los Angeles County on Saturday, durin ...

New US border measures ‘not in line with international standards’, warns UNHCR

New York: Plans by the Biden administration to expand restrictions on people seeking refuge in the United States are “not in line with refugee law standards”, the UN refugee a ...

Six-year-old shoots teacher in US school, detained

Newport News: Police have detained a six-year-old boy for shooting a teacher in the US state of Virginia, officials said on Saturday.

US providing Ukraine 4,000 Zuni aircraft rockets: Pentagon

Washington: The United States is providing Ukraine with 4,000 Zuni rockets for use by its air assets, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Russia, Ukraine and Eurasia Laura Cooper sa ...

Over 130 people killed, 300 wounded by gunfire in US in 2023

Washington: More than 130 people have been killed, and over 300 have been wounded in the United States by gunfire in the first days of 2023, the data of the non-profit organization Gun Vi ...

Qassem Soleimani: Iran blacklists 60 US officials for top commander's assassination

Tehran: Iranian foreign minister said nearly 60 US officials have been blacklisted by Tehran for their involvement in the assassination of top Iranian commander Qassem Soleimani, semi-off ...

Death toll due to heavy winter storm across US rises to 50

Washington: At least 50 people had died in the United States by Monday morning as a result of heavy winter storm-related incidents, media reported.

US: Georgia Gov Brian Kemp bans China-owned TikTok in Peach State executive agencies

Georgia: Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has now banned executive agencies from using the China-owned video-sharing app TikTok.