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    Raab's replacement Liz Truss, who was international trade secretary, has become the second woman to hold the position of foreign secretary in Britain. She has reportedly received praises for securing trade deals between Britain and a number of countries following the Brexit.
    U.S. trade coalition urges Biden administration to end "misguided trade war" as tariffs hurt businesses2021-09-15
    Americans for Free Trade, a coalition of more than 150 industry associations that are united in the fight against tariffs, on Tuesday urged the Biden administration to end the "misguided trade war" initiated by the previous administration as tariffs continue to hurt American businesses across the country.
    U.S. COVID-19 mandate plan wins support, doctor presses for children's vaccines2021-09-15
    The U.S. federal government's latest COVID-19 vaccination mandates have won support in a recent poll and the country's top pediatrician has called for medical agencies to accelerate approval of vaccines for children, as the pandemic's Delta variant keeps on victimizing unvaccinated Americans.
    UK unveils plan to fight coronavirus in winter2021-09-15
    The British government on Tuesday released a COVID-19 Autumn and Winter Plan, outlining the possible measures and restrictions the country may see towards the end of this year.
    South Africa benefited from the BRICS bloc: president2021-09-14
    South African President Cyril Ramaphosa said Monday the country has benefited from being a member of the BRICS over the last decade.
    Baltic, Polish ministers discuss security policy matters in Riga2021-09-14
    The foreign affairs and defense ministers of Poland and the Baltic countries (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania) met here on Monday to discuss security policy matters and regional challenges, the Latvian Foreign Ministry said.
    U.S. remains prepared to engage with DPRK after missile tests2021-09-14
    The White House said on Monday that the United States remains prepared to engage with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), after Pyongyang tested a new type of long-range cruise missiles over the weekend.
    Parts of U.S. state Texas under hurricane watch2021-09-13
    Parts of the coast of south-central U.S. state of Texas are under a hurricane watch on Sunday, in preparation for Tropical Storm Nicholas which is forecast to gain in strength.
    UN urges Somali leaders to shun political discord to enhance stability2021-09-13
    United Nations Deputy Secretary-General Amina J. Mohammed on Sunday called on Somali political leaders to shun political discord which may jeopardize the gains made in the country.
    DPRK test-fires newly-developed long-range cruise missiles2021-09-13
    The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) successfully test-fired new type of long-range cruise missiles on Saturday and Sunday, the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported on Monday.
    U.S. proposes tariff-rate-quota system to resolve steel tariff dispute with EU: media2021-09-11
    The United States has submitted an initial offer to the European Union (EU) that involves a tariff-rate-quota system to resolve a three-year dispute over steel imported from the bloc, Bloomberg reported on Friday, citing a person familiar with the situation.
    Biden announces sweeping new vaccine mandates amid COVID-19 surge2021-09-10
    U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday announced sweeping new vaccine requirements, which may affect about 100 million Americans, as part of a new action plan to curb the surging COVID-19 cases driven by the highly contagious Delta variant.
    UN envoy calls for modus vivendi for money to flow into Afghanistan2021-09-10
    The top UN envoy for Afghanistan on Thursday called for a modus vivendi for money to flow into Afghanistan and for efforts to address the dire humanitarian situation.
    WHO calls for extension of moratorium on COVID-19 booster doses2021-09-09
    The World Health Organization (WHO) called on Wednesday for an extension of a global moratorium on COVID-19 booster doses, with an aim to enable every country to vaccinate at least 40 percent of its population.
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