Obama Says I think We’re going to be OK, in Final Press Conference

Obama Says I think We’re going to be OK, in Final Press Conference

Obama Says I think We’re going to be OK, in Final Press Conference At the final news conference of his presidency, Mr. Obama made clear on Wednesday that he finds some ideas advanced by President-elect Donald J. Trump so alarming that he laid out markers that would draw him back into the fray. “There’s a difference between that normal functioning of politics and certain issues or certain moments where I think our core values may…

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Open Fire at Govt Office in Mexico,4 People Killed

Open Fire at Govt Office in Mexico,4 People Killed

At least four peop were killed after gunmen opened fire at government offices in the Mexican beach resort of Cancun on Tuesday, a day after at least five people died in a shooting at a music festival nearby. Rodolfo del Angel Campos, chief of police for the state of Quintana Roo, said gunfire broke out at the state attorney general’s office in Cancun, a city that is one of the most popular seaside destinations for…

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SA President Zuma Calls For ANC Infighting

SA President Zuma Calls For ANC Infighting

South Africa’s decision African National Congress (ANC) requirements to end infighting and concentrate on winning back open support, President Jacob Zuma said on Sunday as he tries to join an undeniably partitioned party. Some senior ANC individuals called for Zuma to leave in November 2016, indicating the harm a few defilement embarrassments hosted on the get-together’s picture taking after its most exceedingly awful ever neighborhood race execution in August. Zuma has additionally been blamed for…

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Iraq war veteran opens fire at Fort Lauderdale’s airport : Florida

Iraq war veteran opens fire at Fort Lauderdale’s airport : Florida

An Iraq war veteran removed a weapon from his processed gear and started shooting in a swarmed baggage carousel zone at Fort Lauderdale’s air terminal on Friday, killing five individuals before being arrested, powers said. Eight other individuals were injured in the shooting frenzy, which sent froze explorers running for cover inside the terminal and onto the landing area. The shooter was distinguished as Esteban Santiago, 26, who was conveying US military recognizable proof, as…

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US had ‘vital association’ with India in Obama’s tenure

US had ‘vital association’ with India in Obama’s tenure

The US has fashioned a “vital association” with India in the eight years of Obama organization, which likewise extensively enhanced America’s remaining on the planet, US Secretary of State John Kerry has said, two weeks in front of demitting the workplace. “In Asia, we have been standing one next to the other with our companions, fortifying assents on North Korea, enhancing provincial rocket guard abilities, supporting the manage of law in the South China Sea…

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US approaches India, Pakistan to determine contrasts on Indus Waters Treaty

US approaches India, Pakistan to determine contrasts on Indus Waters Treaty

US approaches India, Pakistan to determine contrasts on Indus Waters Treaty Affirming that Indus Waters Treaty (IWT) has served as a model for quiet collaboration amongst India and Pakistan for quite a long time, the United States has approached both the Asian neighbors to cooperate and resolve any distinctions relating with the issue. Representative of the U.S. State Department, John Kirby said, “The Indus Water Treaty has served as a model for tranquil collaboration amongst…

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Pakistan Supports Masood Azhar terrorism: India

Pakistan Supports Masood Azhar terrorism: India

Pakistan Supports Masood Azhar terrorism:India Pakistan’s Statement on Masood Azhar to support Terrorism against India.India’s bid to get Pathankot attack mastermind Masood Azhar designated as global terrorist by the UN reflected Islamabad’s “tacit support” to terror networks and its uneasiness in talking about it, official sources said in New Delhi on Monday. Referring to Pakistan’s comment calling India’s move as “politically motivated” and “replete with frivolous information”, they said the establishment was even scared of…

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Toll rises to 32 in Baghdad suicide bomb blast

Toll rises to 32 in Baghdad suicide bomb blast

Toll rises to 32 in Baghdad suicide bomb blast  A suicide car bomb attack in a densely-populated neighbourhood of Baghdad on Monday killed at least 32 people and left dozens wounded, police and hospital officials said. Many of the victims were daily labourers waiting for jobs at an intersection in Sadr City, a sprawling majority Shiite neighbourhood in the northeast of the capital that has been repeatedly targeted. Pictures posted on social media shortly after…

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US sanctions on Russia may be disproportionate:Trump aide Sean Spicer

US sanctions on Russia may be disproportionate:Trump aide Sean Spicer

US sanctions on Russia may be disproportionate:Trump aide Sean Spicer Incoming White House press secretary Sean Spicer said on ABC’s This Week that Trump will be asking questions of US intelligence agencies after President Barack Obama imposed sanctions last week on two Russian intelligence agencies over what he said was their involvement in hacking political groups in the 2016 US presidential election. Obama also ordered Russia to vacate two US facilities as part of the tough…

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Rajapaksa slams draft proposals for Constitution

Rajapaksa slams draft proposals for Constitution

Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa has slammed draft proposals made for Sri Lanka’s new Constitution, departing from assurances given during his Presidency to the country’s minority Tamils. In a 10-point document opposing various proposals, including the ones to strip provincial governors of powers, to devolve land and police powers and to recognise Tamil and Sinhala as official languages, Mr. Rajapaksa cited the Indian model to make a case for limited sharing of powers between the centre…

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