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Obama dismisses accusations of U.S. involvement in Turkey coup attempt
Washington, July 23 : U S President Barack Obama has dismissed Turkey's persistent speculation that Washington was behind the failed military coup there, saying that the rumors threatened the safety of Americans in the country and could damage bilateral ties.
Obama pledges support to Germany after mall attack
Berlin/Washington, July 23 : US President Barack Obama on Friday pledged support to Germany in the wake of a shooting rampage at a shopping mall in Munich that has left at least six people dead.
Condemning Baton Rouge attack, Obama calls for unity
Cleveland (Ohio, US), July 18 : Condemning the killing of three police officers and injury to three others during a gun shooting spree in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, President Barack Obama said violence against law enforcement is violence against the nation and called on Americans to "temper our words ...
Obama calls for avoiding inflammatory rhetoric after police killing ...
Washington, July 18 : US President Barack Obama on Sunday urged Americans to avoid making inflammatory rhetoric after the killing of three police officers in the state of Louisiana.
Obama condemns attack on Baton Rouge police officers
Washington, July 18 : US President Barack Obama on Sunday strongly condemned the attack on police in Baton Rouge that killed three police officers and wounded three others.
Obama reiterates US "unwavering support" for democratically-elected ...
Washington, July 17 : US President Barack Obama on Saturday reiterated "unwavering support" for the democratically-elected civilian government of Turkey in the aftermath of a coup attempt.
Turkish President urges Obama to extradite Gulen movement leader
Istanbul, July 17 : Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday reiterated a call for his US counterpart Barack Obama to hand over the leader of an opposition movement accused of being behind the coup attempt in Turkey.
US President condemns France terror attack
Washington, July 15 : US President Barack Obama on Friday condemned the terror attack in France which killed at least 80 people.
Officer Pooja Thakur, who led Obama Guard of Honour, sues the IAF
New Delhi, July 14 : : Wing Commander Pooja Thakur, the first woman officer to lead the inter-service Guard of Honour during US President Barack Obama's visit last year and hogged the light as one representing women's empowerment in India, has sued the Indian Air Force (IAF) in the armed forces ...
Woman officer goes to court against IAF
New Delhi, July 14 : Wing Commander Pooja Thakur, who became a prominent face of the Indian Air Force (IAF) after leading the Guard of Honour during US President Barack Obama's visit to India in 2015, on Thursday moved the Armed Forces Tribunal against her being denied a permanent commission in ...
Obama calls for peace, says racial discrimination still exists in U.S.
Washington, July 13 : President Barack Obama said racial discrimination still exists in the United States and protesters against police violence could not be dismissed as "troublemakers or paranoid."
Obama calls on Americans to 'have open hearts'
Washington, July 13 : US President Barack Obama on Tuesday called on protesters, police and the public to open their hearts and drop their preconceptions to deal with racism and violence in the country.
Racial tension continues ahead of Obama's Dallas trip
Washington, July 12 : Racial tension following police violence against African-Americans continued ahead of President Barack Obama's visit to Dallas, where five police officers were gunned down last week.
Obama, Bush to address Dallas memorial service
Washington, July 11 : President Barack Obama and former President George W. Bush are slated to address an interfaith memorial service in Dallas on Tuesday for the five police officers who were killed in a sniper attack last week.
In Tanzania, PM Modi to chalk out road map for flourishing ties with ...
Dar es Salaam (Tanzania), July 10 : Aiming to further enhance mutual cooperation and understanding on major issues of common interest, Prime Minister Narendra Modi would begin his brief but crucial Tanzanian engagement by visiting the State House, where he would receive a ceremonial welcome at ...
Obama pledges US long-term commitment to Europe security
Warsaw, July 10 : US President Barack Obama pledged the US long-term commitment to ensuring Europe's security and defending allies, while participating in his last NATO Summit before stepping down next January.
Obama cuts short Europe trip, to visit Dallas
Washington, July 9 : US President Barack Obama would cut short his trip to the Europe by a day and visit Dallas early next week, the White House said on Friday.
Dallas shooting: Obama to cut short his Europe trip
Washington D.C., July 9 : United States President Barack Obama will cut short his four-day trip to Europe and return to Washington, following the shooting deaths of five police officers in Dallas.
A smooth Brexit process in everyone's interest: Obama
Warsaw, July 8 : Amid warnings from the European Council that the British exit from the European Union will have serious geopolitical consequences, US President Barack Obama on Friday urged that Brexit be a smooth transition.
Obama writes to Abe, condemns Dhaka terror attack
Tokyo, July 8 : US President Barack Obama has condemned the July 1 terror attack in the Bangladeshi capital which claimed the lives of 18 foreign nationals, including seven Japanese, and in a letter on Friday to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Washington stands with Dhaka, Tokyo and the ...
Obama calls Dallas incident 'tremendous tragedy', says access to ...
Washington, July 8 : Reacting to the Dallas shooting that killed five policeman, U.S. President Barack Obama has extended support and condolences to Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings and described the incident as a 'tremendous tragedy'.
Obama condemns Dallas shootings, vows justice will be done
Warsaw, July 8 : US President Barack Obama on Friday condemned the shooting of five police officials when snipers opened fire during a protest over the recent fatal shootings of two black men by white police in the Minnesota and Louisiana this week.
Obama, Putin say committed military cooperation in Syria, defeating IS
Washington, July 7 : President Barack Obama and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin have confirmed their readiness to increase military cooperation in Syria and their commitment to defeating the ISIL and the Nusra Front, an al Qaeda's affiliate, there.
President Ghani hails Obama's decision to retain 8,400 American troops
Kabul, July 7 : Afghan President Ashraf Ghani today hailed the United States President Barack Obama's decision to keep 8,400 troops in Afghanistan to counter the threat from a resurgent Taliban.
Obama to maintain 8,400 US troops in Afghanistan into 2017
Washington, July 6 : US President Barack Obama announced on Wednesday that he will maintain about 8,400 American troops in Afghanistan into 2017 through the end of his administration, slowing the planned drawdown of the US military presence in the country.
Tibet figured in Obama-Dalai Lama talks: Tibetan government
Dharamsala, July 6 : The situation in Tibet and the implications of environmental degradation on the Tibetan plateau were among the issues which figured in the talks between US President Barack Obama and the Dalai Lama, the central Tibetan Administration said on Wednesday.
Obama shares stage with Hillary, makes powerful case for former rival
Washington D.C., July 6 : Just hours after FBI Director James Comey brutally slammed Hillary Clinton's State Department email practices, President Barack Obama appeared onstage with his former rival to back her as the next U.S President.
Putin writes Independence Day message to Obama
Washington, July 5 : Russian President Vladimir Putin sent a message to his US counterpart Barack Obama in honour of the American Independence Day on July 4, the Kremlin said on Monday.
Hillary Clinton looks forward to campaigning with President Obama
Washington, Jul 4 : Democratic candidate for the upcoming US Presidential election, Hillary Clinton said on Sunday that she is looking forward to campaign with President Barack Obama, who pledged his support to the former First Lady of USA.
We are delighted to deal with PM Modi: US official
Kolkata, July 1 : Asserting that the US was "delighted and happy" to engage with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a senior official of the Barack Obama administration on Friday said the Indian leader's commitment to strengthen bilateral relations would help maintain the ties when Washington elects its ...