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US Supreme Court preserves access to abortion pill mifepristone

The US Supreme Court has rejected a move to restrict access to abortion pill mifepristone.

Israel offers new proposal for Gaza peace with full ceasefire, says Joe Biden

Washington: US President Joe Biden said Friday that Israel had offered a new proposal for permanent peace in Gaza, urging Hamas to accept the surprise deal as it was "time for this war to end."

Gaza conflict: Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel can stand alone if US halts arms shipments

Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu said his nation can 'stand-alone' after the US warned that it could halt arms shipments if a full-scale invasion of Rafah is ordered by the government in the upcoming days.

China flooding international markets with cheap goods: Reports

Beijing/Washington/IBNS: With tension between China and the United States far from tapering off anytime soon, it is in trade and economic sectors where Beijing’s activities appear to have further hit panic button in the US as Secretary of State Antony Blinken, during his April 24-26 visit to East Asian country, raised his concern on dumping of Chinese products, including steel and aluminium in the American market, reports Financial Post.

UN calls for emergency meeting after Iran launches missile attacks on Israel

The United Nations has called for an emergency meeting as Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps launched dozens of drones and missiles at Israel on Saturday in retaliation against a strike on its consular building in Syria.

Iran launches drones, missile attacks on Israel in retaliation

Iran has launched an unprecedented drone and missile attack on Israel after warning of retaliation for a strike on its consular building in Syria.

Iran could attack Israel sooner than later, warns US President Joe Biden

Washington/IBNS: The United States has warned that Iran could attack Israel soon in retaliation after a senior officer was killed in Iran's embassy in Damascus, media reports said.

Arizona Supreme Court upholds 1864 near-total abortion ban

The Arizona Supreme Court Tuesday upheld the 160-year-old near-total ban on abortion which means that doctors performing the procedure could be jailed for five years.

US urges Israel to allow some Palestinians to return to Northern Gaza

Washington DC/IBNS/UNI: US President Joe Biden's administration is pushing Israel to allow some displaced Gazan civilians to return to the northern part of the enclave amid concerns about the upcoming Israeli military operation in the southern city of Rafah, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing officials.

Joe Biden wins North Dakota Democratic primary

Washington/IBNS/UNI: US President Joe Biden has won North Dakota's Democratic presidential primary, the state party announced Saturday.

Majority of US voters feel Joe Biden weaker military leader than past presidents

A majority of likely voters in the United States view President Joe Biden as a weaker commander and chief of the US military than other recent presidents, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll conducted March 18-20.

US: Baltimore bridge collapses after cargo ship, losing power, rams into it; 6 people missing

Baltimore/IBNS: A container ship lost power and rammed into a major bridge's support column in Baltimore in the United States early Tuesday, plunging a construction crew and several vehicles into the dangerously cold waters.

Donald Trump warns of 'bloodbath' if not elected in US presidential election: Report

Vandalia (United States): Former US President Donald Trump, who is the Republican nominee for November's presidential election, warned of a "bloodbath" if he is not elected in the middle of comments about threats to the US auto industry, media reports said.

Putin denies election meddling; ready to work with any US president

Moscow: Russia is not interfering in any elections and will work with any elected US president, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an interview with Rossiya Segodnya Director General Dmitry Kiselev for the Rossiya 1 broadcaster and RIA Novosti.

US Presidential elections: Joe Biden, Donald Trump secure nominations triggering 2020 rematch

Washington: US President Joe Biden and his predecessor  Donald Trump have secured enough delegates to become their respective parties's 2024 presidential nominees, media reports said.