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Read previewA Navy sailor was disciplined after he tried to access President Joe Biden's medical records. On February 23, he looked up "Joseph Biden" on the military's Genesis Medical Health System three times, an official familiar with the situation told CBS News. "He did not pull up the right Joe Biden," the official told CBS News. Related storiesThe official told the outlet that the sailor admitted to the act, and said he had tried to access the records "out of curiosity." And a Monday White House press briefing turned heated when reporters probed Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre for details of a neurologist's visits to the White House.
Persons: , Joe Biden's, Joseph Biden, Joe Biden, Tim Hawkins, Donald Trump, Sen, Lindsey Graham, Karine Jean, Pierre, Biden, Kevin O'Connor, Kevin Cannard, Navy didn't Organizations: Service, Navy, CBS News, Health, CBS, Business, Associated Press, White, Politico, Democrats Locations: Fort Belvoir, Virginia
“In Arizona, and the United States, the people elected Joseph Biden as President on November 3, 2020,” the indictment reads. Prosecutors in Michigan, Georgia and Nevada also have brought criminal charges against some of the people who signed on as fake electors in those states. A grand jury empaneled in Maricopa County, Arizona, to investigate efforts to overturn the 2020 election results in the state met this week before Mayes announced the charges. The fake electors for Trump convened at the state Republican Party headquarters in Phoenix on December 14, 2020. But in the weeks that followed, some of the fake electors continued to push for Pence to reject the legitimate Democratic slate of electors.
Persons: CNN —, Donald Trump’s, Boris Epshteyn, Mark Meadows, Rudy Giuliani, Kris Mayes, Mayes, ” Mayes, Trump, ” Trump, , Giuliani, Joseph Biden, , unindicted, ” “, Pence, Harris, Mike Pence, Joe Biden, I’ve, , Biden, Jack, CNN’s Rashard Rose Organizations: CNN, White House, Democrat, Trump, Arizona ’, , Biden, Prosecutors, Capitol, Republican Party, Republican, Arizona, Democratic Locations: Arizona, Epshteyn, United States, State of Arizona, New York, Michigan , Georgia, Nevada, Wisconsin, Maricopa County , Arizona, American, Phoenix
"Fluid intelligence" slows with aging, Walsh said. U.S. President Joe Biden delivers the State of the Union address at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., March 7, 2024. Nearly 80% of older workers say they've seen or experienced age discrimination in the workplace, according to research by AARP. There are areas where older workers outperform younger workers. Philip Taylor University of Warwick professor"Crystallized intelligence," considered wisdom, also grows throughout our life, experts say.
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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A Republican member of the Wisconsin Elections Commission who has faced calls to resign after falsely declaring that former President Donald Trump won the state claimed Thursday that he's done more for Black people than any other white Republican. Bob Spindell, who is white, made the remark after two members of the public called for him to resign during a commission meeting. “There is no white Republican that has done more for the Black community than me, so I suggest you go back and take a look at my past record,” Spindell said. Spindell credited a “well thought out multi-faceted plan” that included recruiting strong Republican candidates and reaching out to Black voters. “It’s very, very reassuring to me that Commissioner Spindell has come out boldly and said that Joseph Biden won in 2020," Thomsen said.
Persons: , Donald Trump, Bob Spindell, Spindell, Devin LeMahieu, ” Spindell, Nichols Ramos, Ramos, Spindell's, , Joe Biden, Biden, Mark Thomsen, ” Biden, Joseph Biden, Thomsen, ” LeMahieu Organizations: Republican, Wisconsin Democracy, City, Democratic, Democrats, Trump, Wisconsin Locations: MADISON, Wis, Wisconsin, Black, Milwaukee, City of Milwaukee,
Biden's support among Black voters has waned considerably since he assembled his winning coalition four years ago. Lackluster turnout among Black voters in South Carolina’s primary could signal a broader dip in enthusiasm. Biden will need to energize Black voters in the key swing states of Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. South Carolina school districts reported over 1,600 teacher vacancies at the beginning of the 2023-24 school year, a 9% increase from the year before, according to a report from the South Carolina Education Association. Joshua Singleton, a 19-year-old sophomore at South Carolina State, shared the sentiment: “We should have, you know, younger presidents to represent us."
Persons: Democrats ’, Joe Biden, What’s, Biden, That’s, Donald Trump, Kamala Harris, Moore, , Olivia Ratliff, , Ratliff, Kailyn Wrighten, Wrighten, , we’ve, Sheridan Johnson, Johnson, Laverne Brown, there’s, — Biden, Charles Trower, Joshua Singleton, Seth Whipper, ” Biden, Harris, Tony Thomas, Saundra, Austin Nichols, ” Nichols, ” LaJoia Broughton, Broughton, don’t, Dr, Byron L, Benton, Joseph Biden, Emily Swanson, Jonathan Logan Organizations: , Democrats, Democratic, Black, AP, Associated Press, NORC, for Public Affairs Research, Republican, South Carolina State University, Supreme, South Carolina Education Association, Biden, South Carolina State, Trump, America, Moriah Missionary Baptist Church, Mother Emanuel AME Church, Jonathan Logan Family Foundation Locations: CHARLESTON, S.C, South Carolina, South, Georgia , Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Columbia, Orangeburg, Charleston, Carolina, American, U.S, Blythewood , South Carolina, , Blythewood, North Charleston
Biden has little chance of passing ambitious legislation given the state of Congress, and faces a tough election. After decades of service in Washington, much of it on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Israel and Ukraine will define his legacy. In this July 13, 1982, file photo Secretary of State designate George Shultz, right, speaks with members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. AP Photo/Ira Schwarz, FileBiden's legacy was already strongly linked to foreign policy. If there is a bipartisan coalition that exists within the US Congress, Israel policy and Ukraine policy might very well be it.
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The strike killed hundreds of people and occurred during Israel's intense 11-day bombing campaign in Gaza. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said "barbaric terrorists" in Gaza had attacked the hospital, not Israel's military. News of the hospital strike and high death toll prompted condemnation from many countries on the eve of U.S. President Joseph Biden's visit to Israel. Earlier on Tuesday the United Nations said an Israeli strike had hit one of its schools where at least 4,000 people were sheltering. [1/4]An injured person is assisted at Shifa Hospital after hundreds of Palestinians were killed in a blast at Al-Ahli hospital in Gaza that Israeli and Palestinian officials blamed on each other in Gaza City, Gaza Strip, October 17, 2023.
Persons: Israel, Mai Alkaila, Benjamin Netanyahu, Ashraf Al, Daniel Hagari, Jonathan Conricus, Joseph Biden's, Hagari, Mohammed Al, Masri, Biden, rampaged, Mahmoud Abbas, Moaz Abd, Alaziz, Nidal al Mughrabi, Ali Sawafta, Emily Rose, Angus McDowall, Cynthia Osterman Organizations: West Bank, Arabi, Islamic Jihad, CNN, Islamic, United Arab Emirates, Security, United Nations, Shifa, REUTERS, Health, World Health Organisation, Palestinian Authority, Palestinian, Thomson Locations: GAZA, Israeli, Palestinian, Gaza, Istanbul, Amman, Al, Ahli, Gaza City, Iran, Israel, Russia, Jordan, Canada, Egypt, Turkey, Qatar
Gaza authorities said more than 1,400 Palestinians, mainly civilians, including children, have already been killed and more than 6,000 wounded. In quotes published by Hamas, deputy Hamas chief, Saleh Al-Arouri, said: "The plan was to target the army's Gaza team and fight occupation soldiers only." U.S. President Joseph Biden had suggested on Wednesday that he had seen images of children beheaded by militants. But medics, international human rights organisations and journalists have documented that militants killed women, children and the elderly as well as young men and soldiers in their rampage. Foreign reporters shown sites targeted by Hamas, witnessed ruins of burnt-out houses and streets scattered with dead residents and militants.
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Gaza authorities said more than 1,400 Palestinians, mainly civilians, including children, have already been killed and more than 6,000 wounded. The images of the dead infants were included in the video played to NATO. Hamas has denied its militants harmed civilians, accusing Israel and the West of spreading false reports to incite violence against Palestinians. U.S. President Joseph Biden had suggested on Wednesday that he had seen images of children beheaded by militants. Foreign reporters shown sites targeted by Hamas, witnessed ruins of burnt-out houses and streets scattered with dead residents and militants.
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Biden to meet with Zelensky during NATO summit
  + stars: | 2023-07-10 | by ( Arlette Saenz | )   time to read: +3 min
Vilnius, Lithuania CNN —President Joe Biden will meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky at the NATO summit on Wednesday, an official familiar with the meeting has confirmed. “I don’t think there is unanimity in NATO about whether or not to bring Ukraine into the NATO family now, at this moment, in the middle of a war,” Biden told CNN’s Fareed Zakaria last week. Biden and Zelensky have had multiple high-profile meetings over the last several months. During this NATO summit, Biden could face some scolding from allies over his decision to provide cluster munitions to Ukraine for the first time. Zelensky said Friday that Ukraine was grateful for a ‘timely, broad and much-needed’ defense aid package from the United States.
Persons: Joe Biden, Volodymyr Zelensky, Biden, , ” Biden, CNN’s Fareed Zakaria, Zelensky, ” Zelensky, Zakaria, Joseph Biden, Organizations: Lithuania CNN, NATO, Politico, Ukraine, ABC Locations: Vilnius, Lithuania, Ukraine, Zelensky, Russia, Ukrainian, Washington, Kyiv, St, Michael’s, Hiroshima, Japan, Bakhmut, United States
WASHINGTON, March 30 (Reuters) - The United States and some of its partner countries on Thursday called for strict domestic and international controls to counter the proliferation and misuse of commercial spyware. The countries said they were committed to preventing the export of technology and equipment to end-users who are likely to use them for "malicious cyber activity." The joint statement also said the countries would share information with each other on spyware proliferation and misuse, including to better identify these tools. On Monday, a senior U.S. official said at least 50 U.S. government staffers stationed in 10 countries were targeted with commercial hacking tools. Reporting by Kanishka Singh in Washington; Editing by David GregorioOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
[1/2] A computer keyboard lit by a displayed cyber code is seen in this illustration picture taken on March 1, 2017. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel/Illustration/File PhotoWASHINGTON, March 27 (Reuters) - At least 50 U.S. government staffers stationed in 10 countries were targeted with commercial hacking tools, commonly known as spyware, a senior administration official said, highlighting the growing threat by offensive cyber vendors and prompting the White House to introduce rules to hinder the spying. The senior administration official cited Reuters' prior reporting as a reason for the broader internal government review. The new executive order is designed to apply pressure on the secretive industry by placing new restrictions on U.S. government defense, law enforcement and intelligence agencies' purchasing decisions, a senior administration official said. "We needed to have a standard where if we know that a company is selling to a country that is engaged in these outlined activities, that in and of itself is a red flag," said the senior administration official.
Companies Conocophillips FollowWASHINGTON, March 20 (Reuters) - Protesters criticizing President Joseph Biden's approval of an oil drilling project in Alaska on Monday blocked an administration official from delivering a speech about U.S. climate leadership. Ali Zaidi, White House climate adviser, was unable to address the event on the "Future of U.S. A dozen protesters holding a sign saying "End Fossil Fuels" chanted: "Keep your promise, no new drilling" for several minutes, preventing Zaidi from starting his remarks. Protesters believe the Willow decision may overshadow Biden's other climate achievements. The administration has been touting climate investments stemming from its signature climate law called the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA)and its bipartisan infrastructure law.
U.S. President Joe Biden made a surprise visit to Kyiv, Ukraine Monday in a show of solidarity, nearly a year after Russia began its full-scale invasion of the country. Your visit is an extremely important sign of support for all Ukrainians," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Telegram on Monday. The visit comes after a concerted show of international support from global leaders and politicians during the Munich Security Conference over recent days. On Feb. 18, Biden's second-in-command, Vice President Kamala Harris, announced that Washington had determined that Russia had committed crimes against humanity in Ukraine, upgrading the U.S. administration's March pronouncement that Moscow had committed war crimes. Biden said Monday he will continue on to Poland, where he will meet President Andrzej Duda.
[1/3] Cuba's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Carlos Fernandez de Cossio listens to Phil Peters, founder of FocusCuba, during a conference in Havana, Cuba, October 26, 2022. "Almost everything we do is with the new booming private sector," said Cuban-American Hugo , whose Miami-based Fuego Enterprises Inc (FUGI.PK) operates an online food market that processes 4,000 orders in Cuba per day. "It is important American businesses see this for themselves," said Cancio, who was attending the conference. The Biden administration has loosened some restrictions on Cuba around remittances, tourism and migration. It has also expressed interest in supporting Cuba's private sector.
A core part of federal emissions regulations since the early 1970s has been the so-called California Waiver. Nik Wheeler/Corbis/Getty ImagesBut, in 1967, it was Reagan, then the governor of California, who signed off on the creation of the California Air Resources Board. By this time, the groundwork had already been laid for California to set its own rules and that continued with the “California waiver,” a part of federal regulations that made this special exception for California. During his tenure, President Donald Trump asked the courts to do away with the California waiver. President Joseph Biden’s administration dropped that effort and, in March 2022, the California waiver was renewed once more.
Sursa foto: ProfimediaJoe Biden, vizită la blocul prăbușit din Miami: În următoarele luni, va fi multă durere şi suferinţăPreşedintele Statelor Unite, Joe Biden, a mers, joi, în statul Florida, la locul imobilului prăbuşit parţial, liderul de la Casa Albă, un politician democrat, semnalând că va coopera cu guvernatorul republican, Ron DeSantis, în acţiunile de căutare a victimelor şi de asistenţă. Operaţiunile de căutare au fost suspendate în Surfside, din cauza preocupărilor privind siguranţa structurii imobilului. Preşedintele Joseph Biden s-a întâlnit cu guvernatorul statului Florida, Ron DeSantis, şi cu primarul districtului Miami-Dade, Levine Cava. Preşedintele SUA a semnalat, conform agenţiei Associated Press, că Administraţia federală are „mijloacele de a asuma în totalitate” costurile operaţiunilor de căutare a victimelor şi de curăţare a molozului. „În următoarele luni, va fi multă durere, vor fi stări de anxietate şi suferinţă, va fi necesar sprijin psihologic.
Persons: Joe Biden, Ron, Joseph Biden, Levine Organizations: Albă, Levine Cava, News, SUA, Associated Press Locations: Miami, Unite, Florida, republican, Ron, Miami - Dade
Sursa foto: ProfimediaCoreea de Nord anunţă că nu vrea să aibă contacte cu Statele Unite: Ar fi doar pierdere de timpAdministraţia Coreei de Nord nu analizează nicio posibilitate de a avea contacte cu Statele Unite, afirmă ministrul de Externe de la Phenian, Ri Son Gwon. „Se pare că Statele Unite ar putea interpreta situaţia astfel încât să caute confort. În urmă cu câteva zile, liderul Coreei de Nord, Kim Jong-Un, a declarat că se pregăteşte „atât pentru dialog, cât şi pentru confruntare” cu Statele Unite. În mai, Joseph Biden a criticat iniţiativa predecesorului său, Donald Trump, de a se întâlni de două ori cu liderul autoritarist de la Phenian. Statele Unite cer Coreei de Nord să renunţe la armele nucleare.
Persons: Joseph Biden, Sung Kim, Totuşi, Kim Jong, marţi Kim Yo Jong, Jake Sullivan, american Joseph Biden, Kim Yo Jong, Donald Trump Organizations: Partidului Muncitoresc Locations: Coreea de Nord, Statele Unite, Coreei de Nord, Phenian, KCNA, Seul, Republica Populară Democrată Coreea, coreean, sancţiuni, american, - coreean, Statele Unite ., Washington, Coreea, Unite
Guvernul Marii Britanii a reafirmat, miercuri, în contextul eforturilor internaţionale pentru reducerea tensiunilor, că susţine rezolvarea conflictului israelo-palestinian prin coexistenţa a două state. Ministrul britanic de Externe, Dominic Raab, s-a întâlnit miercuri cu omologul său din Israel, Gabi Ashkenazi, scrie Mediafax. „Este esenţial să se înregistreze progrese pentru un viitor pozitiv al israelienilor şi palestinienilor", a subliniat Dominic Raab. Secretarul de Stat american, Antony Blinken, se află în Orientul Mijlociu, în cadrul eforturilor diplomatice pentru reducerea tensiunilor între Israel şi palestinieni. Şi Administraţia Joseph Biden a anunţat că susţine soluţia a două state în conflictul israelo-palestinian.
Persons: Dominic Raab, Gabi Ashkenazi, Dominic Raab ., Antony Blinken, Joseph Biden Organizations: Mediafax, soluţia, Israelului Locations: Britanii, coexistenţa, Israel, american, Orientul Mijlociu, palestinian
"Liderii ambelor părţi trebuie să ia măsuri pentru un curs mai bun al viitorului comun", a declarat Antony Blinken, referindu-se la Israel şi la Autoritatea Palestiniană. Referindu-se la acţiunile de reconstrucţie din Fâşia Gaza, secretarul de Stat american a subliniat că Washingtonul "se va asigura că mişcarea Hamas nu va beneficia de asistenţă". Sute de clădiri, inclusiv rezidenţiale, au fost distruse în Fâşia Gaza. În Israel, bilanţul atacurilor cu rachete lansate din Fâşia Gaza a fost de 13 morţi şi mii de răniţi. Antony Blinken efectuează, începând de luni, un turneu în Israel, Cisiordania, Egipt şi Iordania, în cadrul eforturilor diplomatice pentru reducerea tensiunilor între Israel şi palestinieni.
Persons: Antony Blinken, Joseph Biden, Administraţia Joseph Biden Organizations: Hamas, Mediafax, Autoritatea Palestiniană Locations: Statele Unite, Israelului, Ierusalim, american, reconstrucţia, Gaza, Israel, SUA, Cisiordania, Egipt, Iordania, palestinieni, palestinian
Rusia a avertizat, luni, Alianța Nord-Atlantică să evite activităţile militare în zona Oceanului Arctic, considerată de Moscova zonă de influenţă pentru apărarea țării. „Sunt zonele noastre, teritoriile noastre, noi răspundem. „Observăm critici referitoare la faptul că Rusia îşi intensifică activităţile militare în zona arctică. Lavrov a făcut aceste declarații înaintea unei reuniuni a Consiliului Arctic, un forum de discuţii pe teme economice şi geopolitice din care fac parte Rusia, Statele Unite, Canada, Danemarca, Suedia, Finlanda, Norvegia şi Islanda. Serghei Lavrov a pledat pentru intensificarea contactelor între comandanţii structurilor militare din Consiliul Arctic, „în scopul reducerii riscurilor pe plan militar”.Rusia a suplimentat capabilităţile militare în zona arctică în ultimii ani, instalând inclusiv sisteme antiaeriene de tip S-400.
Persons: Serghei Lavrov, Mediafax . Lavrov, Antony Blinken, Joseph Biden, Vladimir Putin Organizations: Alianța Nord, Mediafax, Consiliului, Consiliul Arctic Locations: Atlantică, Arctic, Moscova, Rusia, Consiliului Arctic, Statele Unite, Canada, Danemarca, Suedia, Finlanda, Norvegia, Islanda, american, SUA
Administraţia Joseph Biden a cerut, luni, Israelului să ofere explicaţii privind distrugerea, într-un raid aerian efectuat sâmbătă, a unui imobil din Fâşia Gaza în care erau sediile locale ale unor companii media internaţionale, Washingtonul precizând că până acum Guvernul israelian nu a oferit dovezi. "Imediat după atac, noi am cerut detalii suplimentare referitoare la justificarea acestei acţiuni. Turnul Al-Jalaa din oraşul Gaza s-a prăbuşit în urma unui atac cu rachete lansat de avioane militare israeliene. Premierul în funcţie al Israelului, Benjamin Netanyahu, susţine că Turnul Al-Jalaa din Gaza a fost "o ţintă perfect legitimă", întrucât găzduia centre de comunicaţii ale organizaţiei islamiste Hamas, care deţine controlul asupra Fâşiei Gaza. Bilanţul raidurilor aeriene israeliene asupra teritoriului palestinian Fâşia Gaza a ajuns luni la cel puţin 198 de morţi şi peste 1.300 de răniţi.
Persons: Administraţia Joseph Biden, Antony Blinken, Jazeera, Premierul, Benjamin Netanyahu Organizations: Associated Press, Mediafax, Armata, Hamas Locations: Israelului, Gaza, american, Israel, palestinian
Un lider operaţional al organizaţiei teroriste Jihadul Islamic a fost ucis, luni, într-un raid aerian israelian efectuat în Fâşia Gaza, bilanţul bombardamentelor israeliene ajungând la aproape 200 de morţi în acest teritoriu palestinian, scrie Mediafax. Hussam Abu Harbeed, liderul filialei din nordul Fâşiei Gaza a organizaţiei teroriste Jihadul Islamic, a fost ucis într-un raid aerian efectuat în oraşul Gaza, informează site-ul şi cotidianul Times of Israel. Bilanţul raidurilor aeriene israeliene asupra teritoriului palestinian Fâşia Gaza a ajuns la cel puţin 198 de morţi şi peste 1.300 de răniţi. Administraţia Joseph Biden a cerut încetarea "imediată" a confruntărilor militare dintre armata israeliană şi grupurile islamiste Hamas şi Jihadul Islamic. "Am vorbit cu ministrul egiptean de Externe, Sameh Shoukry, despre violenţele care continuă în Israel, Cisiordania şi Fâşia Gaza.
Persons: Abu, Joseph Biden, Antony Blinken, Benjamin Netanyahu, Israelului, Mahmoud Abbas Organizations: Mediafax, Times, Hamas, egiptean Locations: israelian, Gaza, Israel, Beersheba, palestinian, Cisiordania, american, SUA, exerciţiu
Sursa foto: ProfimediaJoe Biden i-a sunat pe Benjamin Netanyahu și Mahmoud Abbas; Ce mesaje le-a transmis, după șase zile de violențePreşedintele SUA, Joseph Biden, i-a sunat, sâmbătă seară, pe Benjamin Netanyahu, premierul în exerciţiu al Israelului, şi pe Mahmoud Abbas, preşedintele Autorităţii Palestiniene, în condițiile în care continuă ostilitățile militare dintre armata israeliană şi organizaţii islamiste din Fâşia Gaza, transmite Digi24. Președintele Biden i-a spus premierului Netanyahu că SUA consideră în continuare că Israelul are dreptul de a se apăra, dar și-a exprimat îngrijorarea pentru victimele în rândul civililor, înregistrate de ambele părți. Apelul vine după ce Israelul a bombardat sâmbătă turnul al-Jalaa din Gaza City, unde aveau birouri agenția americană de presă Associated Press și televiziunea al-Jazeera, relatează BBC. Pentru prima dată de când este președinte, Joe Biden a vorbit și cu președintele Autorității Palestiniene, Mahmoud Abbas, căruia i-a spus că vrea „să consolideze parteneriatul americano-palestinian”, dar i-a mai spus și că tirurile cu rachete pe care Hamas le lansează asupra teritoriului israelian trebuie să înceteze. Pe de altă parte, sfârșitul ostilităților dintre cele două părți au urmat un model de când Hamas a preluat controlul în Gaza în 2007.
Persons: Joe Biden, Benjamin Netanyahu, Mahmoud Abbas, Joseph Biden, Israelului, Președintele Biden, Netanyahu, Președintele Abbas, Biden, Hamas Organizations: Palestiniene, Casei Albe, Associated Press, BBC, Autorității Palestiniene, Hamas, Israelului, Times, ONU, Israelul Locations: SUA, exerciţiu, Gaza, israelian, Israelul, Gaza City, palestinian, Fâșia Gaza, Statele Unite, Israel, Rusia, Cisiordania, Ierusalim
Administraţia Joseph Biden a exprimat disponibilitatea de a suspenda unele dintre sancţiunile impuse Iranului, dar Teheranul solicită mai multe facilităţi, afirmă negociatorul iranian pe tema Acordului nuclear, Abbas Araqchi, scrie digi24. O nouă sesiune de negocieri în format multilateral pe tema relansării Acordului nuclear iranian se derulează la Viena, în efortul de readucere a Statelor Unite în tratat. La negocieri participă reprezentanţii Uniunii Europene, ai Iranului, Statelor Unite, Chinei, Franţei, Germaniei, Marii Britanii şi Rusiei. Relaţiile dintre Statele Unite şi Iran sunt tensionate, din cauza programului nuclear iranian şi a activităţilor balistice. Fostul preşedinte Donald Trump a decis în 2018 retragerea Statelor Unite din Acordul nuclear iranian şi reimpunerea de sancţiuni.
Persons: Administraţia Joseph Biden, Abbas Araqchi, Donald Trump, sancţiuni ., Joseph Biden, Hassan Rohani Organizations: Uniunii Europene, Statelor Unite, Washingtonul, sancţiuni . Franţa Locations: Iranului, Viena, Statelor Unite, Chinei, Franţei, Germaniei, Marii Britanii, Rusiei, Statelor, Statele Unite, Iran, Orientul Mijlociu, China, Rusia, Germania
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