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Deputy White House press secretary Hogan Gidley among four candidates likely to replace Sarah Sanders
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Deputy White House press secretary Hogan Gidley among four candidates likely to replace Sarah Sanders

The four are deputy White House press secretary Hogan Gidley, Stephanie Grisham, who is first lady Melania Trump's communications director, former State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert and outgoing Treasury Department spokesman Tony Sayegh.

Donald Trump picks US ambassador to Canada, Kelly Craft, for UN post after Heather Nauert withdraws from race
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Donald Trump picks US ambassador to Canada, Kelly Craft, for UN post after Heather Nauert withdraws from race

Kelly Craft, a Kentucky native, was a member of the US delegation to the UN General Assembly under President George W Bush’s administration.

'Heather Nauert unqualified to be UN ambassador': Rights groups ask Donald Trump admin to withdraw nomination
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'Heather Nauert unqualified to be UN ambassador': Rights groups ask Donald Trump admin to withdraw nomination

Some rights and advocacy groups have opposed President Donald Trump's decision to nominate chief State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert as America's next envoy to UN, saying she is “unqualified” and lacks the foreign policy experience crucial for the post.

Heather Nauert to replace Nikki Haley as US' ambassador to UN, but her 'lack of expertise' raises eyebrows
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Heather Nauert to replace Nikki Haley as US' ambassador to UN, but her 'lack of expertise' raises eyebrows

Heather Nauert has not been the first person from Fox News to be appointed in the Trump administration.

US State Department says India's oil imports from Iran, purchase of S-400 defence system from Russia 'not helpful'
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US State Department says India's oil imports from Iran, purchase of S-400 defence system from Russia 'not helpful'

The US is reviewing "very carefully" India's decision to continue buying Iranian oil and purchase of the Russian S-400 air defence system, days after President Donald Trump observed that New Delhi would soon find out if it faced punitive measures.

Indonesia earthquake: Mass graves to be prepared to curb spread of disease; rescue workers say access 'huge issue' for relief efforts
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Indonesia earthquake: Mass graves to be prepared to curb spread of disease; rescue workers say access 'huge issue' for relief efforts

Mass graves were being readied for hundreds of victims of an Indonesia quake and tsunami on Monday as authorities battled to stave off disease and reach desperate people still trapped under shattered buildings.

'No mention of terrorism' in Imran Khan-Mike Pompeo phone discussion, says Pakistan; refutes US statement
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'No mention of terrorism' in Imran Khan-Mike Pompeo phone discussion, says Pakistan; refutes US statement

The Foreign Ministry of Pakistan has responded to US State Department's statement issued regarding the phone call that took place between state secretary Mike Pompeo and Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan on Thursday.

Mike Pompeo speaks to Imran Khan ahead of visit; seeks 'decisive action' against all terrorists operating in Pakistan
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Mike Pompeo speaks to Imran Khan ahead of visit; seeks 'decisive action' against all terrorists operating in Pakistan

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Thursday spoke to Pakistan's new prime minister Imran Khan and sought "decisive action" against all terrorists operating in the country.

US secretary of state Mike Pompeo and British counterpart Jeremy Hunt meet to discuss 'threat' from Russia, Iran
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US secretary of state Mike Pompeo and British counterpart Jeremy Hunt meet to discuss 'threat' from Russia, Iran

The US State Department said Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met his British counterpart Jeremy Hunt to discuss the "threat" of Russia and Iran's regional influence.

Novichok poisoning case: US slaps sanctions on Russia over 'lethal' nerve agent attack in Britain
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Novichok poisoning case: US slaps sanctions on Russia over 'lethal' nerve agent attack in Britain

US will be slapping new sanctions on Russia over the "lethal" Novichok nerve agent attack in Britain

Mike Pompeo and his Turkey counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu meet as tensions grow over detained American pastor
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Mike Pompeo and his Turkey counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu meet as tensions grow over detained American pastor

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met his Turkey counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu to stave off a diplomatic crisis over the detention of an American pastor in Turkey.

Pakistan General Election 2018: US concerned over participation of LeT-affiliated individuals in polls
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Pakistan General Election 2018: US concerned over participation of LeT-affiliated individuals in polls

The US State Department has expressed its concern to Islamabad about allowing LeT-affiliated candidates to contest in the Pakistan General Election

Pakistan general elections: US supports fair, transparent polls scheduled for July 2018
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Pakistan general elections: US supports fair, transparent polls scheduled for July 2018

The United States today said it supports free, fair, transparent and accountable elections in Pakistan which faces general elections on 25 July .

Mike Pompeo to travel to Beijing after Donald Trump-Kim Jong-un summit, to brief Chinese leadership about the meet
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Mike Pompeo to travel to Beijing after Donald Trump-Kim Jong-un summit, to brief Chinese leadership about the meet

After the summit between Donald Trump and King Jong-un, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo would travel to Beijing to brief the Chinese leadership about it.

US, North Korean officials meet to revive summit days after Donald Trump cancelled dialogue with Kim Jong-un
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US, North Korean officials meet to revive summit days after Donald Trump cancelled dialogue with Kim Jong-un

American and North Korean officials met at the border between North and South Korea on Sunday in preparation for a possible North Korea-US summit

US 'closely watching' China's bid to end Xi Jinping's term limits, says 'institutions more important than individual leaders'
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US 'closely watching' China's bid to end Xi Jinping's term limits, says 'institutions more important than individual leaders'

The United States on Tuesday said it was closely watching China's ruling Communist Party's plans to abolish presidential term limits, while asserting that strong institutions were more important than individual leaders.

Taliban not ready for peace talks, says US state department, insists Afghan govt will lead dialogue process
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Taliban not ready for peace talks, says US state department, insists Afghan govt will lead dialogue process

The Taliban does not seem to be ready for peace talks, the Trump administration said on Tuesday, asserting that such talks have to be "Afghan-led"

US State department stresses strong relationship between Donald Trump and Narendra Modi, praises India's role in Afghanistan
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US State department stresses strong relationship between Donald Trump and Narendra Modi, praises India's role in Afghanistan

Donald Trump has a "strong relationship" with Narendra Modi, a State Department official said on Thursday, emphasising that India-US ties are important.

US 'troubled and disappointed' by Maldives crisis, asks President Abdulla Yameen to comply with rule of law
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US 'troubled and disappointed' by Maldives crisis, asks President Abdulla Yameen to comply with rule of law

US said it was "troubled" by reports of declaration of state of emergency in Maldives and urged President Abdulla Yameen to comply with the rule of law.

Maldivian government should respect Supreme Court order and release political prisoners, says US
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Maldivian government should respect Supreme Court order and release political prisoners, says US

The US welcomed the decision by the Maldives' Supreme Court to order the release of political prisoners and to reinstate elected members of parliament