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Escalation of Israel, Palestine tension benefits no one: Obama

Obama has tried to forge a peace deal between Israelis and the Palestinians in his second term without much success.


Iraq appeals for US air strikes on advancing militants

“Iraq has officially asked Washington to help… and to conduct air strikes against terrorist groups,” said Iraq’s foreign minister.

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Obama jokes about Putin, media at White House press dinner

Taking a jibe at Putin’s receiving the Nobel prize, Obama said, “To be fair, they give those to just about anybody these days.”

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Obama’s Europe ties get new test in Russia dispute

Obama, during his visit, will also address the European frustrations, developing below the surface, with the US.

Let’s undermine dignity

Handwringing over the nature of Obama’s outreach efforts misses the point.


Obama issues fresh sanctions, targets Russians linked to Russia’s Crimea action

US expands its sanctions on Russians in response to the annexation of Crimea.

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Putin recognises Crimean independence

West has consistently spoken out against Russia’s actions but has run into a wall of resistance from Moscow.


US ready to impose sanctions on Russia, Obama warns Putin

Sanctions could include bans on travel to the US and Europe, and a freeze on bank accounts and other assets.


Pro-Russian troops take over Crimea terminal

Pro-Russian troops today took over a ferry terminal on the easternmost tip of Crimea close
to Russia.

President Barack Obama mentioned inequality in his State of the Union address: “inequality has deepened” in the US.

Obama, Harper bet cases of beer on US-Canada Olympic hockey games

In 2010, Obama delivered a case beer to Harper after Team Canada won the men’s’ gold in overtime.

Obama’s half-brother writes book on domestic violence

The book recounts Ndesandjo’s first encounter with Obama,who was visiting Kenya in 1988.


Obama to nominate Indian-origin doctor as Surgeon General

Obama announced intention to nominate Dr Vivek Hallegere Murthy along with other nominations.


US intelligence chief defends spying on allies,says it’s a two-way street

Though most of the programs were enacted as a result of the Sept. 11,2001,terrorist attacks.

Obama calls up French President over new NSA spying report

He,however,refrained to give any details of the alleged activities by the NSA of the United States.

Hardline newspaper report sends Iran foreign minister to hospital

Iran’s foreign minister and chief nuclear negotiator went to hospital with back and leg pain he said were brought on by a hardline newspaper.