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Both sides in Colombia talks committed to dialogue: US official

Both the Colombian government and Marxist rebels are committed to dialogue to reach agreement to end the country`s 52-year-long civil war despite voters` rejection of a peace deal, a senior U.S. State Department official said on Wednesday.

Pakistan must do justice on Mumbai attack: US official

The US will keep pressing Pakistan to help India get justice for the Mumbai terror attack, a senior US official said.

Four Syria-bound Russian missiles crashed in Iran: US official

Four Syria-bound Russian missiles crashed in Iran: US official

The Russian Defence Ministry posted a graphic on its website showing 26 missiles overflying Iran and Iraq before striking inside Syria.

US official, Venezuelan National Assembly leader meet in Haiti

A top US diplomat met with the president of Venezuela`s National Assembly in Haiti this weekend to discuss diplomatic relations amid high tension between the two countries, the assembly said.

Obama did not say strong dollar a problem: US official

A US official today disputed a French source's account that President Barack Obama had told his allies at a G7 summit the strong dollar posed a "problem".

Obama did not say strong dollar a problem: US official

A US official on Monday disputed a French source`s account that President Barack Obama had told his allies at a G7 summit that the strong dollar posed a "problem".

Baiji refinery in Iraq controlled by IS: Official

A refinery site in Baiji city of northern Iraq was captured by Islamic State (IS) militants recently and Iraqi security forces now control only 20 percent of the facility, a senior US official said.

US asked for China`s help on North Korea cyberattacks: Official

The United States has asked China to help block cyber attacks from North Korea as it weighs a response to the crippling hack of Sony Pictures, a US official said Saturday.

Beheading video another example of IS brutality: top US official

 The White House said Friday that a video showing the apparent execution of British hostage Alan Henning was yet another example of the "brutality" of the Islamic State group.

US official warns Assad not to target US planes

US forces will target Syrian anti-aircraft systems if they take aim at American planes conducting strikes inside Syria against Islamic State rebels, a senior US official warned Monday.

Obama looking forward to meet Modi in Sept: US official

President Barack Obama is looking forward to meeting PM Narendra Modi in September, a senior US official said on Thursday.

2 killed at West Virginia coal mine: US official

US officials said that two workers who were trapped when the ground failed at a West Virginia mine with a history of safety violations have died.

US official heads to Europe for Russia sanctions talks

The United States is sending a top Treasury official to Germany, France and Britain this week to discuss sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine crisis.

Syria now `a matter of homeland security`: US official

The Syria conflict has become a US domestic security concern, Homeland Security chief Jeh Johnson has said, one day after returning from talks in Europe where the war-torn nation topped the agenda.

US official sacked for Twitter barbs is Indian-American

A key White House staffer who was fired after it came to light that he was behind a Twitter account that dished out gossip and pointed barbs at the Obama Administration is an Indian-American.

Human rights deteriorate in China: US official

The United States is deeply concerned about what it sees as a deteriorating human rights situation in China.

In China, US official promotes military ties

US National Security Adviser Tom Donilon is pushing for stronger relations between the US and Chinese militaries ahead of a summit between President Barack Obama and China`s Xi Jinping.

Sr US official meets relatives of Tibetan self-immolators

Families of three Tibetans who recently set themselves ablaze to protest China`s oppression in Tibet, met this week with a top American diplomat.

US welcomes Indian move in Sudan

The United States has welcomed
the recent move by India to send its special envoy to Sudan
and South Sudan to broker peace between the two countries.

US official sues banks in foreclosure effort

New York's attorney general on Friday accused some of the largest US banks of deceit and fraud in using an electronic mortgage registry that he said puts homeowners at a disadvantage in foreclosures.