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U.S. Blacklists Chinese Entities Over Iran Shipping Links

FILE PICTURE: nattanan726/ Shutterstock WASHINGTON, Oct 19(Reuters)– The United States on Monday said it blacklisted two Chinese guys and six Chinese entities for having actually handled Iranian shipping company Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL) and, in many cases, helping it to avert U.S. sanctions.The U.S. State Department called the entities as Reach Holding…

Week 6 NFL Power Rankings: Changing Fortunes

Fortunes can change in the blink of an eye during a National Football League season. Or at least, over the course of a given week.Take Sunday Night Football as an example. The Los Angeles Rams entered Sunday night’s contest riding high, carrying a 4-1 record and forcing many to wonder if head coach and highly…

Kenyan Drake paces Cardinals’ thrashing of Cowboys

Quarterback Andy Dalton and cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick played eight seasons together on the Cincinnati Bengals. After being cast aside by Cincinnati in the offseason, the previous teammates squared off on Monday night, with Kirkpatrick obstructing a Dalton pass.That was one of the 4 turnovers by the Dallas Cowboys in their 38-10 loss to the Arizona…

Iraq’s Kadhimi starts European trip in Paris

Oct 19, 2020Iraq’s Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi began a European tour on Sunday that will include stops in France, Germany and the UK to discuss topics including financial cooperation, security concerns and handling the coronavirus.Kadhimi’s visits to European capitals come as his concerns are concentrated on fighting Iraq’s worsening economic crisis, renewed require anti-government demonstrations…