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IAEA confirms Iran breached nuclear deal's uranium enrichment limit
Iran has enriched uranium beyond a 3.67% purity limit set by its deal with major powers, the UN nuclear watchdog policing the deal said on Monday, confirming a move previously announced by Tehran.
U.S., China to relaunch talks with little changed since deal fell apart
The United States and China are set to relaunch trade talks this week after a two-month hiatus, but a year after their trade war began there is little sign their differences have narrowed.
Iran warns British detention of oil tanker won’t go ‘unanswered’
Tehran warned Tuesday that Britain’s seizure of an Iranian oil tanker will not go 'unanswered' after denying earlier in the week that the ship detained in Gibraltar was carrying crude to Syria, which would put it in violation of EU sanctions.
Trump adviser: 'Iran is very likely a significant spoiler' to Israeli-Palestinian peace plan
Iranian officials could sabotage U.S. efforts to broker a deal between the Israelis and the Palestinians, according to one of President Trump’s top advisers on the issue.
Inside the United States
ICE Prepares to Deport Roughly One Million People
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is gearing up to deport more than one million illegal immigrants who have been denied asylum or otherwise have final removal orders.
Trump's State Dep’t Launches ‘Commission on Unalienable Rights’
Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo announced today that the U.S. Department of State has created the ‘Commission on Unalienable Rights,’ which is designed to advise the Secretary on 'human rights grounded in our nation’s founding principles and the principles of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights,' said Pompeo.
Barr says Trump administration can legally add citizenship question to census
Attorney General William Barr said Monday that he believes the Trump administration can legally add a citizenship question to the 2020 census, though the Supreme Court ruled against its inclusion last month.
Florida county cannot ban invocations by atheists -U.S. appeals court
A federal appeals court on Monday declared a Florida county's ban on atheists and other non-religious groups from giving invocations before public meetings unconstitutional, even as it ordered the narrowing of an injunction against the practice.
U.K. Report: Christian Persecution 'Overlooked in the West'
The final version of a UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office report was released at the beginning of July, detailing Christian persecution worldwide and citing a failure of Western governments to even recognize it.
Indian House Church in Telangana State Harassed for Third Week in a Row
A house church in India was violently attacked Sunday, June 30th during a worship service, marking the third Sunday in a row the church was harassed by Hindu radicals.
Mike Pence and Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu rally Christians for Trump
Vice President Mike Pence lashed Democratic opponents and touted President Trump's record during an annual summit of evangelical supporters of Israel in an address that saw the policy and lobbying conference double as a campaign rally.