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American bungle

No one loves an Arab vacuum like jihadi extremists, and a bloody vacuum was precisely what Obama allowed Syria to become.

Yellen calls for ‘pragmatic’ policy approach, but keeps interest rate card close to chest

Yellen’s speech in Jackson Hole included lengthy references to the possibility that labour markets may in fact be tighter then they seem.


James Foley case lays bare debate over paying ransom

By paying ransoms, govts in the Mideast and Europe have become some of the biggest financiers of terror groups.

Read more: Isis, James Foley, US

US teen killing: Missouri sends National Guard to protesting suburb

The protests have been going on since Brown’s death heightened racial tensions between the predominantly black community and the mostly white Ferguson Police Department.

India puts on hold howitzer deal

The M-777 howitzers developed by BAE Systems were originally to be procured at about USD 650 million.

‘To grow into a major trading power, India has to consider cutting tariffs’

Joshua Meltzer describes how the US-led new world trade grouping, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is reshaping global trade relations and what it holds for India.


Police, protesters clash again in Ferguson over shot black teen

Police and about 200 protesters clashed in Ferguson, Missouri after another tense day in the St. Louis suburb.


Airstrikes on ISIS militants at Iraq dam after ‘massacre’

It was not clear whether the airstrikes were being carried out by Iraq’s air force or the US.


Sinjar siege over, says Obama

Thousands of families from the Yazidi minority community were trapped on the mountains without food and water.


US continues hitting ISIL targets, providing humanitarian aid

American fighter aircraft struck and destroyed an ISIL checkpoint southwest of Mt Sinjar.


US sending arms to Kurds in Iraq

US Secretary John Kerry urged the people of Iraq to remain calm amid the political and military upheaval.


Ready to support new and inclusive government in Iraq, says US

The C-17 and three C-130 cargo aircraft together dropped a total of 88 bundles of supplies.


9-year-old US boy fights off 500 pound alligator with bare hands

US boy fights off nine-foot-long alligator by grabbing its jaws to free himself.

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Strange stuff

Researchers from two US universities recently developed an algorithm to cut a cake optimally.


Nagasaki marks 69th anniversary of US atomic bombing

Crowds gathered to remember the more than 70,000 people who died in the initial blast or from after-effects.

Read more: Japan, Nagasaki, US

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