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US, Israel ties take new blow

Washington's support for a new Palestinian government backed by Israel's Islamist foe Hamas, has left the Jewish state feeling betrayed, triggering a new crisis with its closest ally. Several Israeli ministers expressed public anger yesterday after the US State Department said it was willing to work with the new Palestinian unity government put together by the West Bank leadership and Gaza's Hamas rulers. Technocratic in nature, the new government was sworn in on Monday in front of president Mahmud Abbas, with...

US continues to maintain silence on Modi's visa status

US continues to maintain silence on Modi's visa status

The US continued to maintain silence on granting a visa to BJP leader Narendra Modi, whose party-led NDA is projected by exit polls to form the next government in India. "We don't speak on visa acceptances, applications, etcetera, so I don't have anything for you on that," State Department Spokesperson Jen Psaki told reporters...

US too won't send polls observers

US too won't send polls observers

The United States expresses disappointment over the ongoing political turmoil in Bangladesh and said it will not send observers to oversee the 10th parliamentary election slated for January 5

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