Edith M. Lederer, The Associated Press

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Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson
UK, France Germany blame Iran for Saudi oil attacks
Britain, France and Germany joined the United States on Monday in blaming Iran for attacks on key oil facilities in Saudi Arabia, but the Iranian foreign minister pointed to claims of responsibility by Yemeni rebels and said: "If Iran were behind this attack, nothing would have been left of this refinery."
This Aug. 6, 2019, photo provided by the North Korean government shows the launch of a new-type of tactical guided missile at an airfield in the western area of North Korea.
North Korea says it won’t give up arms modernization
North Korea accused the United Kingdom, France and Germany on Thursday of meddling in its “self-defensive measures for arms modernization,” saying the West will make “no greater mistake” than thinking Pyongyang will give up its right to have weapons that it says are needed to ensure peace.
A Russian flag flies next to the US Embassy building in Moscow on Oct. 22, 2018.
Why did a landmark missile treaty fail? US and Russia blame each other
Russia and the United States blamed each other Thursday for abandoning a landmark arms control agreement on missiles, with Moscow warning of a new arms race and the Trump administration demanding details of a recent mysterious explosion that killed five Russian nuclear engineers.
Civil Defense workers
Top US and Russian diplomats discussed ways to end Syria war
Top U.S. and Russian diplomats discussed step-by-step implementation of a 2012 roadmap to U.N.-supervised elections in Syria that could allow a Syrian government "to move back into the international community," the U.S. envoy for the war-torn country said Wednesday.
Iran says it doesn’t want war with the US
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said Wednesday his country doesn’t want a war with the United States and believes America will “sooner or later” support the Iran nuclear agreement again following the Trump administration’s withdrawal.
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