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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Jen Psaki: The U.S. has made clear its concerns about China’s military development

The United States has made clear its concerns “about the military capabilities that China continues to pursue.” White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said this at a regular briefing on Monday.

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Psaki spoke out harshly about the quality of pre-school education in the U.S.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki, comparing the level of preschool education in the United States and other countries, and said that the United States was behind developed countries and “even Latvia.”

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The White House considers Nuland’s meetings in Moscow constructive

The U.S. administration believes that the meetings of Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland during her visit to Moscow were constructive and productive.

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Psaki: U.S. will update rules on entry of foreigners by November

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said that U.S. authorities intend to provide information about the mandatory vaccination of foreigners wishing to visit the United States closer to November.

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