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France rejects US claims, says no evidence of Hezbollah explosive stores
France's Foreign Ministry said there was no evidence to suggest Lebanon's Hezbollah was storing chemicals to make explosives in France after a senior US official said the resistance group had set up caches in Europe since 2012.
IRGC: Revenge of Iran’s top general will target only 'those involved'
South Africa: No evidence of Iranian plan to kill US envoy
Fiscal fizzle saps US economic recovery, a possible boost to Biden
This week's economic data offers fresh hints that the US recovery will slow without new federal aid, a possible blow to President Donald Trump's reelection bid, especially since any new spending before the Nov. 3 presidential election seems unlikely.
E3 opposes US bid, says UN sanctions relief for Iran to continue beyond Sept. 20
France, Britain and Germany, known as E3, told the UN Security Council on Friday that UN sanctions relief for Iran – agreed under a 2015 nuclear deal – would continue beyond September 20, when the United States asserts that all the measures should be reimposed.
Iran warns against US efforts to illegally extend arms ban
Iran warned against Washington’s lawlessness and “dangerous” defiance of international law as US President Donald Trump has signaled that it seeks to illegally extend an expiring arms embargo on Iran.
Lavrov says US pressure policy on Iran ‘dead end’
Zarif: US can’t return sanctions on 9/20
South Africa says ‘surprised’ by ‘bizarre’ report of Iran plot to kill US envoy
South African Minister of International Relations Naledi Pandor said her country is “as surprised as its Iranian friends” after learning about the American news website Politico’s report of a “plot” by Tehran to kill the US envoy to the African nation.
Zarif: US leaders ruining region, betraying own people to protect Israel
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said the US leaders, who have been providing all-out support for Israel, have not only ruined the West Asia region, but also betrayed their own people.
Iran: Pompeo's tweets out of his depression, US successive defeats
Iran said US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s recent tweets were “psychopathic reactions” to his country’s back-to-back defeats and a futile move to restore the Trump regime’s lost reputation.
US only seeking to destroy Iranians lives; economy, UN court told
Iran’s legal advisor in the country’s ongoing complaint to the United Nations’ top court over US sanctions warns the tribunal about Washington’s exclusively destructive ambitions towards Tehran.
US sanctions 'ruining lives', Iran tells UN court
Iran urged the UN's top court on Wednesday to hear its bid to overturn US nuclear sanctions, saying they were destroying the Iranian economy and "ruining millions of lives".
Rouhani: UAE, Bahrain will bear ‘consequences’ of Israel deals
Iran’s president predicts US ‘humiliating defeat’ over sanctions snapback
China: WTO report proves US in breach of international rules
China said on Wednesday that a ruling by the World Trade Organization (WTO) proved the United States had been breaking international trade rules.
US pushes world court to dismiss Iran sanctions case
The United States has pressured the UN's top court to dismiss a bid by Iran to lift illegal sanctions imposed by Washington on Tehran.

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