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Venezuela resumes direct oil supplies to China despite US sanctions

The first tanker shipped 1.8 million barrels of heavy oil at the end of August, the Agency said. Venezuela resumed

Trump intends to travel to Georgia to support Republican candidates for the Senate

The US President plans to address the residents of the state. President of the United States Donald Trump will visit

The European Parliament adopted a resolution calling on the EU to impose tough sanctions against ...

The document also notes that relations between the EU and Turkey are at a “historic low.” The European Parliament (EP)

Baku called the French Senate resolution on Karabakh an ordinary piece of paper

Azerbaijan regards the French Senate’s resolution on Karabakh as an ordinary piece of paper, Azerbaijani presidential aide Hikmet Hajiyev told.

The President of Iran believes that with Biden, “it will be easier”

Tehran and Washington will be able to “easily resolve issues” that arise on the bilateral agenda, and this only requires

The US pledges $ 600 million in humanitarian aid to Afghanistan

Receiving half of this amount by Kabul will depend on progress in peace talks with the Taliban. The United States

Syria says Israel launched air strikes on its territory

Israel has not commented on the reports. The Syrian military suspected Israeli planes of striking points South of Damascus, saying

The US has imposed sanctions against three Russian companies

Sanctions imposed for violating the law on the non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction against Iran, Syria, and North Korea.

Poland will wait to recognize Biden as the next US President

Warsaw intends to wait for developments in the United States. Poland will wait to develop the United States’ political and

Stoltenberg: the EU will not be able to protect Europe alone and needs the presence of US troops

The NATO Secretary-General also said that the Alliance members should not refuse to increase defense spending, even despite the financial