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U.S. reopens to international travel

The United States flung its doors open to vaccinated international travelers on November 8, welcoming many visitors who've been shut out of the country for nearly 20 months. But with new requirements going into effect for U.S. air, …

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Two U.S. vessels arrive in Georgia's Batumi

The Blue Ridge-class command and control ship USS Mount Whitney and Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Porter have arrived in the Georgian Black Sea town of Batumi today. Rear Admiral James Morley, Deputy Commander, Naval …

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US Special Energy Envoy to visit Israel

US State Department Senior Advisor for Energy Security Amos Hochstein will visit Israel and the West Bank on November 7-8 to discuss energy security issues, the press service of the US State Department informs. "As part of the …

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Russian Presidential envoy meets with John Kerry

Special Presidential Envoy for Climate Ruslan Edelgeriev met with his American counterpart John Kerry at the COP 26th UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow. He noted that the negotiations were held in a productive atmosphere. The …

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US to drop world oil prices

US Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm said in an interview with Bloomberg that Washington is currently contemplating the release of strategic oil reserves in order to lower world energy prices. "Yes, we are definitely …

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U.S. Fed keeps rates flat

The U.S. Federal Reserve said Wednesday it kept its benchmark interest rate unchanged between 0.00% and 0.25% and noted tapering will start later in November. The much-awaited tapering process of reducing the $120 billion monthly asset …

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Biden raises concerns over S-400 with Erdoğan

U.S. President Joe Biden conveyed to his Turkish counterpart Tayyip Erdogan Washington’s concern over Ankara’s use of Russian S-400 air defense systems at the G20 summit in Rome last weekend, State Department spokesman Ned Price …

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