The United States on Friday announced more than $170 million in additional humanitarian assistance for Rohingyas inside and outside Burma, as well as for host communities in Bangladesh.
Washington: US top infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci does not sound as confident as the American President when it comes to the nation's current Covid status.
Washington: The United States released a powerful Afghan drug lord after two decades of imprisonment at Guantanamo Bay detention camp in return for an American held prisoner by the Taliban, Afghan officials said.
At least one person was hurt as a package detonated inside a Northeastern University building in the US city of Boston, media reports said on Wednesday.
Kabul: A helicopter crashed Saturday in Afghanistan's capital Kabul, killing three people, during a Taliban training exercise, media reports said.
Washington: China's move to implement the start of a new digital currency may trigger a new battle with the US which is also trying to create its own digital dollar.
A pilot of a small plane, flying in circles for more than five hours and threatening to crash into a Walmart store in Tupelo, Mississippi, has been arrested after he landed safely on a field, Governor Tate Reeves said on Saturday.
Washington: The US has agreed to sell $1.1 billion worth of arms to Taiwan, provoking China.
Oregon/UNI: At least two people were killed in the US state of Oregon after a gunman opened fire in a Safeway grocery store in Bend, police said.
Washington: The United States has suspended 26 passenger flights operated by Chinese carriers following Beijing's similar move taken to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, media reports said on Friday.
Washington/UNI: The United States on Wednesday announced an additional tranche of security assistance to Ukraine worth nearly three billion US dollars, the largest one-time weapons aid to Kyiv that came at a time when the Russia-Ukraine conflict reached its half-year mark.
Washington: The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on Tuesday said it has received a sufficient number of petitions needed to reach the congressionally mandated 65,000 H-1B visa regular cap for fiscal year (FY) 2023.
Beijing/UNI: The United States does not believe that there will be any crisis in relations between Washington and Beijing due to the recent visit of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan despite an "overreaction" of the Chinese authorities, US Ambassador to China Nicholas Burns said in an interview with CNN.
Bejing/UNI: China is demanding that the United States stop any official contact with Taiwan, as well as negotiations on official trade and economic agreements, and is ready to take decisive measures to protect its sovereignty, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said on Thursday.
Washington: US first lady Jill Biden has tested COVID-19 positive.