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A young couple who can’t afford to buy a dog for their son bring him to a Tehran park park so he can play with dogs there. Photograph: Arash Khamooshi via The New York Times

Wherever Asal Bahrierad goes, her Shih Tzu terrier, Teddy, follows. The 31-year-old Iranian even slept in her car with Teddy for three nights, she sai(...)

FBI director Christopher Wray, CIA director Gina Haspel and director of national intelligence Dan Coats testify at a Senate intelligence committee hearing on “worldwide threats” last Tuesday in Washington. Photograph: Win McNamee/Getty Images

In the early stages of the Trump presidency, as US allies struggled to adjust to the new froideur, cool heads in Washington offered reassurance by say(...)

 President Donald Trump: The EU and the International Atomic Energy Agency reject his claims  Iran has continued its nuclear weapons research. Photograph: Jim Watson/AFP

Two announcements last week, in Europe and the US respectively – and reactions to them – were testimony to the continuing frustration in Europe with t(...)

Lebanese prime minister Saad al-Hariri  takes a selfie with journalists at the Presidential Palace in east Beirut, Lebanon, on Thursday.  Photograph: Wael Hamzeh

French president Emmanuel Macron has welcomed the emergence of a new Lebanese government nine months after the country’s first parliamentary election (...)

US president Donald Trump signs an executive order beside American manufacturing workers in  the Oval Office at the White House on Thursday. Photograph: Tom Brenner/New York Times

A defiant President Donald Trump has declared that he has all but given up on negotiating with the US Congress over his Mexican border wall and will b(...)

 Huawei called its exclusion   “a discriminatory act based on a groundless and misleading warning issued by [the country’s agency for cybersecurity] ... If no resolution is found, Huawei will consider all its options.” Photograph:  Thomas Peter/Reuters

The Czech Republic has become the latest country to take action against Chinese technology firm Huawei, as a US-led push to tackle alleged security th(...)

President Donald Trump said  US intelligence chiefs were “extremely passive”.  Photograph:  Alex Edelman / AFPs

President Donald Trump hit out at US intelligence chiefs on Wednesday, a day after senior officials contradicted him about key elements of foreign pol(...)

 Huawei products  in Beijing. Photograph: Gilles Sabrié/The New York Times

The United States on Monday charged China’s Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, its chief financial officer and two affiliates with bank and wire fraud to vio(...)

Acting US attorney general Matthew Whitaker, secretary of homeland security Kirstjen Nielson, commerce secretary Wilbur Ross (left), and FBI director Christopher Wray (right), announce a 13-count indictment of financial fraud charges against Chinese telecommunications manufacturer Huawei in Washington, DC.  Photograph: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images

The US justice department has filed charges against Chinese tech giant Huawei. A 13-count indictment was unsealed in New York charging Huawei, two o(...)

Venezuela’s president Nicolás Maduro, beside his wife Cilia Flores, on  a balcony at Miraflores Presidential Palace to announce he was breaking off diplomatic ties with the United States. Photograph:  Luis Robayo/AFP/Getty Images

In 24 hours, a 35-year-old Venezuelan opposition leader declared himself the country’s president, the United States recognised him as the legitimate h(...)

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