U.S. won’t give up selling oil from reserves after price drop due to Omicron strain

The U.S. administration is not currently reconsidering its decision to tap oil from the country’s strategic reserve, despite a drop in prices caused by the spread of a new omicron coronavirus strain.

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Psaki: The U.S. is concerned about China’s military modernization

The United States is watching China’s military modernization with concern and sees it as a threat to regional stability, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki told reporters.

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Psaki: U.S. authorities reserve the right to respond to the shelling of their base in Syria

The U.S. military was not hurt when a U.S. and Western coalition military base was shelled Wednesday in the Syrian border town of al-Tanf, an investigation into what happened is underway and Washington reserves the right to respond.

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U.S. authorities want Moderna to share its vaccine technology with other countries

U.S. authorities want the U.S. company Moderna to share its vaccine technology with manufacturers in other countries in order to increase production worldwide.

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