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Putin grants Russian citizenship to US whistleblower Edward Snowden

President Vladimir Putin on Monday gave Russian citizenship to ex-US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, media reports said.

Education abroad: U.S. Mission in India issues highest-ever student visas in 2022

Kolkata/IBNS: The U.S. Mission in India has issued a record-breaking 82,000 student visas in 2022 till date.

US: Pilot threatens to crash plane into Walmart store in Mississippi

A pilot of a small plane, flying in circles for more than an hour, threatened to crash into a Walmart store in Tupelo, Mississippi on Saturday, media reports said, citing local police.

US President Joe Biden tests positive for Covid-19

Washington/UNI: US President Joe Biden has tested positive for Covid-19, the White House announced Thursday.

After Supreme Court ruling, abortion clinics across US close down

Washington: After a US Supreme Court ruling on Friday struck down American women's constitutional right to abortion, clinics across the country have started to pull their shutters down, BBC reported on Saturday.

US surpasses one million Covid-19 deaths

Washington/UNI: The death toll from the novel Coronavirus disease in the United States has officially surpassed one million, the Johns Hopkins University said on Wednesday.

10 people killed in US supermarket shooting

New York/UNI: At least ten people were killed by a gunman in a supermarket in Buffalo, New York State, local media reports said.

US: South Carolina man dies burying woman he strangled

Washington/IBNS: A US man died of a cardiac arrest in the backyard of his house in South Carolina as he was burying a woman he strangled, media reports said.

US Vice President Kamala Harris tests positive for Covid-19

Washington/IBNS: United States Vice President Kamala Harris tested positive for Covid-19 on Tuesday but is asymptomatic, The White House said in a statement.

US sanctions Vladimir Putin's daughters, Russian banks over Ukraine invasion

Washington/IBNS: The United States on Wednesday announced sanctions targeting Russia's top public and private banks and two daughters of Vladimir Putin over the invasion of Ukraine.

Absolutely no truth in Imran's allegations: US

Washington/UNI: The White House on Thursday strongly denied the accusations of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan that foreign agencies are behind the attempts to destabilize his government.

US to provide $100 million in security assistance to Kiyv

Washington/UNI/Sputnik: The United States is going to allocate an additional $100 million in security aid to Kyiv amid Russia's ongoing special military operation in Ukraine, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said.

Ukraine war: US has no intention of using chemical weapons, says White House

Washington/UNI/Sputnik: The United States has no intention of using chemical weapons under any circumstances, White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said on Friday.

H1B Visa registration for FY23 starts from March 1

The registrations for the most-sought after H1B Visa will start From March 1 and continue till March 18, 2022, the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) said in a press release. 

China says US plans to pay athletes to 'sabotage' Beijing Winter Olympics: Report

Beijing/IBNS: Just a week before the Beijing winter Olympics, the Chinese foreign ministry and an official newspaper have alleged that the US is paying money to the athletes of certain countries for making half-hearted participation and criticising China in order to interfere and "sabotage" the Games.