The Latest: US orders all non-emergency government staff in Iraq to leave

Tu’u ‘ohofi pe ‘e ‘Amelika ‘a ‘Iulani. Kuo tu’utu’uni atu mei he pule’anga ‘Amelika’ ke mavahe leva he vave taha’ mei ‘Iulaki ‘a e kau ‘Amelika ‘oku ‘ikai ke nau kau ki ha kau ngāue fiema’u fakavavevave pe ki ha ngāue ma’a e fonua’. Ko e tu’utu’uni ‘eni ‘i he uhouhonga e tautu’utu’u ‘a ‘Amelika mo ‘Iulani hili ‘eni hono fakahā ‘e ‘Amelika kuo ne ma’u ha fakamatala kuo ‘i ai ha toki nga’unu ‘a ‘Iulani ‘oku fakamanamana ki ‘Amelika mo hono ngaahi fonua poupou he hahake lotoloto’. ‘Oku mahino ko e hili ‘eni hano fakahā ‘e he taki ‘o ‘Iulani’ ki ha kulupu ‘e lau ‘aho pe kuo nau lava kinautolu ‘o fa’u ha mahafu ‘ātomi.

(AP) — The Latest on developments in the Persian Gulf region and elsewhere in Mideast amid heightened tensions between the U.S. and Iran (all times local): 12: 15 p.m. The U.S. Embassy in Iraq says the State Department has ordered all non-essential, non-emergency government staff to leave the country right away amid escalating tensions with…


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