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Exclusive: U.S. to restore more than $200 million in aid to Palestinians - sources

Exclusive: U.S. to restore more than $200 million in aid to Palestinians - sources

By , , WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Biden administration plans to provide at least $235 million in U.S. aid to the Palestinians, restarting funding for the United Nations agency supporting refugees and restoring other assistance cut off by then-President Donald Trump, people familiar with the matter said.The package, including humanitarian, economic and security aid, is expected to be announced by the State Department later on Wednesday as part of an effort to repair U.S. ties with the Palestinians that all but collapsed during Trump’s tenure.It will mark Democratic President Joe Biden’s most...

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Exclusive: U.S. to restore more than $200 million in aid to Palestinians - sources

Exclusive: U.S. to restore more than $200 million in aid to Palestinians - sources

By , , WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Biden administration plans to provide at least $235 million in U.S. aid to the Palestinians, restarting funding for the United Nations agency supporting refugees and restoring other assistance cut off by then-President Donald Trump, people familiar with the matter said.The package, including humanitarian, economic and security aid, is expected to be announced by the State Department later on Wednesday as part of an effort to repair U.S. ties with the Palestinians that all but collapsed during Trump’s tenure.It will mark Democratic President Joe Biden’s most...

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U.S. Capitol calm amid high security; Trump supporters hold faith he will return

U.S. Capitol calm amid high security; Trump supporters hold faith he will return

By , WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A smattering of followers of the QAnon conspiracy theory gathered near the U.S. Capitol on Thursday, the day the movement had predicted former President Donald Trump’s return to office, but they were far outnumbered by security forces deployed to deter any possible attack.National Guard troops patrolled inside the fence encircling the Capitol, the scene of a deadly insurrection by Trump supporters that killed five people. Police had warned of a potential attack by militants to mark Thursday’s date, and the House of Representatives canceled its session.But around...

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Jonathan Landay
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Saudi de facto ruler approved operation that led to Khashoggi's death - U.S.

Saudi de facto ruler approved operation that led to Khashoggi's death - U.S.

By , , WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia’s de facto ruler approved an operation to capture or kill murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018, according to U.S. intelligence released on Friday as the United States imposed sanctions on some of those involved but spared the crown prince himself in an effort to preserve relations with the kingdom.Khashoggi, a U.S. resident who wrote opinion columns for the Washington Post critical of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s policies, was killed and dismembered by a team of operatives linked to the prince in the kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul.The...

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U.S. president, Saudi king have phone call ahead of expected Khashoggi report release

U.S. president, Saudi king have phone call ahead of expected Khashoggi report release

By , WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday told Saudi King Salman he would work for bilateral ties “as strong and transparent as possible,” the White House said, ahead of the expected release of a sensitive U.S. intelligence report on the 2018 murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.The report is a declassified version of a top-secret assessment that sources say singles out the 85-year-old king’s son Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for approving the murder of Khashoggi in the kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul.Saudi Arabia denies that the 35-year-old crown prince, the...

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Jonathan Landay
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U.S. report on Khashoggi death expected to single out Saudi crown prince-sources

U.S. report on Khashoggi death expected to single out Saudi crown prince-sources

By , , WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A declassified version of a U.S. intelligence report expected to be released on Thursday finds that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved the 2018 killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, four U.S. officials familiar with the matter said.Slideshow The officials said the report, for which the CIA was the main contributor, assessed that the crown prince approved and likely ordered the murder of Khashoggi, whose Washington Post column had criticized the crown prince’s policies.President Joe Biden, a Democrat who succeeded the Republican Donald Trump five...

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U.S. to lift its terrorist designations of Yemen's Houthis on Feb. 16: Blinken

U.S. to lift its terrorist designations of Yemen's Houthis on Feb. 16: Blinken

By , WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Friday said he will revoke terrorist designations of Yemen’s Houthi movement effective Feb. 16, even as he warned that members of the group could be hit with more sanctions.The Trump administration imposed the specially designated global terrorist (SDGT) and foreign terrorist organization (FTO) labels on its last full day in office despite warnings by other governments, aid groups and the United Nations that the sanctions they carried could push Yemen into a major famine.President Joe Biden, who took office on Jan. 20,...

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Jonathan Landay
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Iran's Zarif hints at way to bridge nuclear deal impasse

Iran's Zarif hints at way to bridge nuclear deal impasse

By , WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif suggested a way on Monday to overcome the U.S.-Iranian impasse over who goes first in returning to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, saying a top EU official could “synchronize” or “choreograph” the moves.Zarif’s stance was a shift from his position, expressed in a Jan. 22 article in which he said the United States should remove U.S. sanctions before Iran returned to the deal.“There can be a mechanism to basically either synchronize it or coordinate what can be done,” Zarif told CNN when asked how to bridge the gap.Each...

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Jonathan Landay
Feb 1
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Washington's inauguration is normally a ball - now it's a 'ghost town with soldiers'

Washington's inauguration is normally a ball - now it's a 'ghost town with soldiers'

By , WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Central Washington is an armed fortress, fenced off with razor wire and surrounded by 25,000 National Guard troops ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration on Wednesday, a stark contrast to previous inaugurations, when the United States capital erupted in days of celebration.The COVID-19 pandemic had already canceled the inaugural balls. Now the National Mall is closed to the public due to threats of violence from groups who attacked the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. Almost none of the public will witness firsthand the transition of power, souring the mood of...

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David Lawder
Jan 19
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Climate change, rich-poor gap, conflict likely to grow: U.S. intelligence report

Climate change, rich-poor gap, conflict likely to grow: U.S. intelligence report

By , WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Disease, the rich-poor gap, climate change and conflicts within and among nations will pose greater challenges in coming decades, with the COVID-19 pandemic already worsening some of those problems, a U.S. intelligence report said on Thursday.Slideshow The rivalry between China and a U.S.-led coalition of Western nations likely will intensify, fueled by military power shifts, demographics, technology and “hardening divisions over governance models,” said Global Trends 2040: A More Contested World, produced by the U.S. National Intelligence Council (NIC).Regional...

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