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U.S. President Barack Obama speaks to the media alongside Myanmar's opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi at her residence in Yangon November 19, 2012.

Myanmar to invite western observers for general election

Members of the U.S.-based Carter Center and the European Union will be invited to monitor general elections in Myanmar.

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12-year-old girl tries to poison mother over iPhone

Girl taken into custody after multiple attempts of spiking mother’s drinks because she took away her iPhone.

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Republican senator Ted Cruz tweets his 2016 presidential nomination

Ted Cruz, one of the Republican Party’s most conservative members, announces candidacy for the oval office over Twitter.

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Japan investigates death threats to US Ambassador Kennedy

Police is investigating phone calls threatening to kill US Ambassador Caroline Kennedy and another American envoy.


No breakthrough in Indian student’s murder case in US

Detectives found no signs of forced entry into her apartment or foul play.


Indian-American Renu Khator to head US council on education

Renu Khator says she feels tremendously honoured to be selected for the new position by fellow presidents.

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Kerry promotes US investment in Egypt; no new military aid

No new military assistance as demanded by the Egypt president from the US. – John Kerry

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Obama on Jimmy Kimmel Live: Reacts to Ferguson shootings, reads ‘mean tweets’ and banters about life in the White House

‘There was no excuse for criminal acts, and whoever fired those shots shouldn’t detract from the issue.’

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Police, politicians, activists attempt to tamp down tensions in Ferguson

Missouri still in a state of unrest after shooting dead of 2 officers amid protests of tensions between the police and African Americans.

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Ferguson police chief resigns in wake of scathing federal report

Ferguson police chief resigns in wake of the fatal shooting of an unarmed black 18-year-old by a white police officer.


Pakistani man allegedly plotting attack on US consulate arrested

Canadian authorities arrest Pakistani man accusing him of a plot against the US consulate among other buildings in Toronto.

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Hillary Clinton says personal email used for ‘convenience'; critics still concerned about state secrets

The former U.S. senator and first lady insisted she had done nothing wrong and had complied with all government policies.

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Maduro slams Obama sanctions as ‘aggressive, unjust and poisonous’

‘The most aggressive, unjust and poisonous step that the US has ever taken against Venezuela.’ – President Maduro

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US envoy Mark Lippert’s stance to remain ‘friendly’ in South Korea even after knife attack

US Ambassador Mark Lippert be released after five days in a South Korean hospital for treatment of injuries by stabbing.

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Republican open letter to Iran slammed as ‘propaganda ploy'; negotiations on nuclear deal to continue next week

Republican lawmakers Iran leaders that any nuclear deal they reach with President Obama could expire with his term.