A convoy of 20 American tankers has reportedly transported crude oil stolen from Syrian fields to neighboring Iraq.
Another US convoy smuggles Syrian oil to Iraq: SANA
Peonies, roses and sweet peas are popular for bridal bouquets for a reason.
Bride, poisoned by her wild wedding flowers, had to rush to hospital on her big day
In the age of COVID-19, rental car companies are promising to keep customers safe with enhanced cleaning measures. But using an invisible ink test, Inside Edition's Investigative Unit recently found cars that hadn’t been properly cleaned between customers.
Rental cars weren't cleaned between customers, inside edition's invisible ink test finds
The Iranian envoy to the United Nations (UN) lambasted the so-called US maximum pressure campaign against the Islamic Republic as an “example of state terrorism” aimed at creating suffering and social unrest in the country.
US pressure campaign against Iran ‘example of state terrorism’: Envoy to UN
Syria’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Bashar Jaafari denounced economic sanctions imposed by the US on his war-ravaged country as one of the daunting challenges the Damascus government faces on the path of reconstructing the country and bringing the Syrians’ life back to normal.
Economic sanctions among major challenges faced by Syria: UN envoy
Doctor: President puts lives of Secret Service agents at risk for 'political theater'
Trump's drive-by stunt branded 'insanity' by Walter Reed doctor
The Iraqi prime minister says as many as 2,500 US troops have left the country as part of agreements reached with Washington to enable a full withdrawal of American troops.
2,500 US troops out of Iraq as part of full withdrawal plan: Kadhimi
Florida authorities say they've filed a voter fraud charge against a man who said he said he “wanted to test the system" when he tried to obtain a mail-in ballot for his deceased wife.
Florida man who tried to get ballot for dead wife charged

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