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Arshad Mohammed

U.S. 'deeply concerned' about untrackable China ships carrying Iran oil: officials

16 Oct 2019

WASHINGTON The White House is warning Chinese shipping companies against turning off their ships' transponders to hide Iranian oil shipments in violation of U.S. sanctions, two senior administration officials said.

Abandoning diplomat's discretion, ex-Ukraine ambassador takes Trump to task

12 Oct 2019

WASHINGTON The former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine abandoned diplomatic discretion and accused the Trump administration of recalling her based on false claims and of eviscerating the State Department, an act that may end her career but drew praise for her courage.

Democrats alarmed about possible U.S. withdrawal from Open Skies treaty

09 Oct 2019

WASHINGTON Four senior Democratic lawmakers said on Tuesday they believed the Trump administration may withdraw from a treaty that allows unarmed surveillance flights over U.S., Russian and other territory, warning it would be a gift to Russia and undermine confidence in the U.S. commitment to Ukraine.

'Buckle up' - Abrupt Syria policy shift is sign of Trump unchained

09 Oct 2019

WASHINGTON Over the span of just a few hours, U.S. President Donald Trump upended his own policy on Syria with a chaotic series of pronouncements, blindsiding foreign allies, catching senior Republican supporters off guard and sending aides scrambling to control the damage. | Video

Yovanovitch is latest casualty of Trump war on career diplomats

07 Oct 2019

WASHINGTON The treatment of U.S. Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch - disparaged by President Donald Trump and abruptly recalled from Ukraine - exemplifies what current and former U.S. officials describe as a campaign by Trump against career diplomats. | Video

Factbox: Portraits of Volker, four U.S. diplomats asked to testify in Trump impeachment inquiry

04 Oct 2019

Former U.S. Ambassador to NATO Kurt Volker on Thursday became the first of five former and current U.S. diplomats to give a deposition to the congressional committees conducting an impeachment inquiry into U.S. President Donald Trump. | Video

Factbox: Portraits of Volker, four U.S. diplomats asked to testify in Trump impeachment inquiry

04 Oct 2019

Former U.S. Ambassador to NATO Kurt Volker on Thursday became the first of five former and current U.S. diplomats to give a deposition to the congressional committees conducting an impeachment inquiry into U.S. President Donald Trump. | Video

Despite French, British pleas, few signs of U.S.-Iran detente

28 Sep 2019

UNITED NATIONS Britain and France all but begged Iran to jump into the waters of a negotiation with the United States this week.

Pakistan PM Imran Khan warns of 'bloodbath' when Kashmir curfew lifted

27 Sep 2019

UNITED NATIONS Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan warned on Friday there would be a bloodbath once India lifts its curfew in disputed Kashmir and that any all-out conflict between the two nuclear-armed nations would reverberate far beyond their borders.

RPT-Despite French, British pleas, few signs of U.S.-Iran detente

27 Sep 2019

UNITED NATIONS, Sept 27 Britain and France all but begged Iran to jump into the waters of a negotiation with the United States this week.

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