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The United States of America, commonly known as the United States, or America, is a country primarily located in North America, consisting of 50 states, a federal district, five major self-governing territories, and various possessions.

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US backs Japan over release of contaminated Fukushima nuclear power plant water into sea
International

US backs Japan over release of contaminated Fukushima nuclear power plant water into sea

The United States on Monday (local time) extended support to Japan in its decision to release contaminated water from the wrecked Fukushima atomic power station into the sea, stating that Tokyo appears to have adopted an approach in accordance with globally accepted nuclear safety standards.

US backs Japan over release of contaminated Fukushima nuclear power plant water into sea
International

US backs Japan over release of contaminated Fukushima nuclear power plant water into sea

The United States on Monday (local time) extended support to Japan in its decision to release contaminated water from the wrecked Fukushima atomic power station into the sea, stating that Tokyo appears to have adopted an approach in accordance with globally accepted nuclear safety standards.

Royal conflict resolved, says Jordan's King
International

Royal conflict resolved, says Jordan's King

Jordan's King Abdullah II has said that a sedition attempt has been quashed and that he has mended his relationship with his half-brother, who the government had accused of spearheading a plot against the country's leaders.

India, US to pursue actions to collaborate on climate crisis, 2030 agenda for green technologies
International

India, US to pursue actions to collaborate on climate crisis, 2030 agenda for green technologies

US Special Presidential Envoy for climate John Kerry and Prime Minister Narendra Modi discussed US-India cooperation on addressing the climate crisis and pursue actions to collaborate on a 2030 agenda for clean and green technologies in the service of the planet.

Britney Spears gets COVID-19 vaccine with Sam Asghari
Entertainment

Britney Spears gets COVID-19 vaccine with Sam Asghari

A vaccinated pop queen! American singer-songwriter Britney Spears has become the latest celebrity to receive the coronavirus vaccine.

Royal conflict resolved, says Jordan's King
International

Royal conflict resolved, says Jordan's King

Jordan's King Abdullah II has said that a sedition attempt has been quashed and that he has mended his relationship with his half-brother, who the government had accused of spearheading a plot against the country's leaders.

India, US to pursue actions to collaborate on climate crisis, 2030 agenda for green technologies
International

India, US to pursue actions to collaborate on climate crisis, 2030 agenda for green technologies

US Special Presidential Envoy for climate John Kerry and Prime Minister Narendra Modi discussed US-India cooperation on addressing the climate crisis and pursue actions to collaborate on a 2030 agenda for clean and green technologies in the service of the planet.

US 'prepared to lift' sanctions imposed on Iran inconsistent with JCPOA
International

US 'prepared to lift' sanctions imposed on Iran inconsistent with JCPOA

The United States is prepared to lift sanctions imposed on Iran to resume mutual compliance with the 2015 nuclear agreement, State Department spokesman Ned Price said on Wednesday.

US sees India as vital partner in fight against climate crisis, says John Kerry
International

US sees India as vital partner in fight against climate crisis, says John Kerry

The United States sees India as its vital partner in the fight against the climate crisis, said US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry on Wednesday.

China on back foot over potential boycott of Beijing Winter Games
International

China on back foot over potential boycott of Beijing Winter Games

The Chinese Foreign Ministry on Wednesday said that boycotting the upcoming Winter Olympics in Beijing would go against the spirit of the Olympic Charter after the United States hinted at the idea of discussing with its partner a possible boycott of the upcoming games.

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