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Post Modi, Biden Meet Focus Is Now On Moving Forward On Range Of Issues: White House

Prominent among them include, the US visit of Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat and India visit of the Deputy Secretary of State Windy Sherman.

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PM Modi, Biden Meet Focus Is Now On Moving Forward On Multiple Issues: White House

Prominent among them include the US visit of Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat and the India visit of the Deputy Secretary of State Windy Sherman.

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US Looking For Responsible Competition With China, Says White House

We're not looking for a conflict with China; we're looking for a competition, and we want to do that in a responsible way,

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Top US Generals Recommended Having 2,500 Troops In Afghanistan; White House Defends Withdrawal

The White House, however, defended the presidential decision, acknowledging that it was a split recommendation from Biden's advisors and generals.

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AUKUS Alliance With Australia, Britain Not Against Any Country: White House

Unveiling the ambitious security initiative virtually, US President Joe Biden, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison in a joint statement said their move will promote stability in the Indo-Pacific and support of their shared values and interests.

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AUKUS Alliance With Australia, Britain Not Against Any Country: White House

Unveiling the ambitious security initiative virtually, US President Joe Biden, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison in a joint statement said their move will promote stability in the Indo-Pacific and support of their shared values and interests.

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Taliban Have Been ''Businesslike & Professional'' In Facilitating Departure Of Americans: White House

“As President Biden has said, if you are an American citizen who wants to leave Afghanistan, there is no deadline. We remain committed to get them out if they want to come out,”

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Interim Taliban Government Does Not Reflect What International Community Hoped To See: United States

The US also look towards their actions, and that was another constant refrain when US and its closest allies and partners met in Ramstein, Germany.

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US Not In A Rush To Recognize Taliban Govt: White House

"The United States is watching. It's whether they let people depart the country who want to depart, whether they treat women across the country as they have committed to treat them and how they behave and operate. And, therefore, we're not moving toward recognition,"

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World United In What They Expect Taliban To Do For Recognition In Afghanistan: White House

United States President Joe Biden, she said, has said many times that there are a few countries that wanted the US to stay in Afghanistan more than China and Russia because it would have tied up American owned resources, the US military and its financial assets and options.

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No Rush For Us To Recognise Taliban: White House

The US obviously had contacts with the Taliban during the withdrawal, she said. We had it during the effort that we were trying to midwife a negotiation.

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Us President Biden Discusses Afghanistan With Uk Pm Boris Johnson

The Taliban seized power in Afghanistan on Sunday, two weeks before the US was set to complete its troop withdrawal after a costly two-decade war.

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Joe Biden And Kamala Harris Release Their Tax Returns

The President and the first lady, Jill, a teacher, filed their income tax return jointly and reported federal adjusted gross income of USD 607,336, down from USD 985,223 in 2019.

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Biden administration to keep tariffs on China amid review

Biden administration to keep tariffs on China amid review

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White House deputy press secy suspended for threatening reporter

White House deputy press secy suspended for threatening reporter

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