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US launches strikes against Taliban
Kabul, June 25 : The US military in Afghanistan has launched strikes against the Taliban militants after US President Barack Obama's new order earlier this month.
Obama honours LGBT movement, designates Stonewall National Monument
Washington, Jun 25 : US President Barack Obama on Friday honoured the LGBT movement by designating the Stonewall National Monument, the newest monument in the US and the first after the LGBT community.
Obama trusts Britain will make 'orderly transition' out of EU
Washington, June 25 : US President Barack Obama said on Friday that he is confident Britain will make "an orderly transition" out of the European Union, after the British people voted in favour of leaving the bloc.
Special relationship between US, Britain 'enduring': Obama
Washington, June 24 : The special relationship between the United States and Britain is "enduring", US President Barack Obama said on Friday after Britain voted to leave the European Union in a referendum.
We respect Britain's decision on Brexit: Obama
Washington, June 24 : US President Barack Obama on Friday said his nation 'respects' the decision given by the people of Britain on the issue of Brexit.
'People have spoken', both Britain, EU 'indispensable partners': ...
Washington, June 24 : Asserting that he would have preferred Britain staying on in the European Union, US President Barack Obama on Friday said he respected the decision of Britons and reassured them that their special relationship with the US will remain.
U.S. will always support India's accession in NSG: Richard Verma
Hyderabad, June 24 : Promising strong support from United States President Barack Obama for New Delhi's candidature for membership of the elite Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), U.S. Ambassador to India Richard Verma on Friday said India presents a strong case and Washington will continue to extend ...
Supreme Court's tie blocks Obama's immigration plan
Washington, June 24 : The US Supreme Court's 4-4 tied decision over President Barack Obama's immigration policy, which left nearly five million undocumented immigrants in a legal limbo, became the most important issue at the conference of Latino politicians of America.
US Supreme Court okays reservations in varsity admissions, blocks ...
Washington, June 23 : The United States Supreme Court upheld on Thursday college and university admission reservation based on race in a verdict that could adversely impact Indian-Americans, and in a verdict in a separate case, blocked President Barack Obama's immigration reform programme.
Investing in US is 'best business decision': Obama
Washington, June 21 : US President Barack Obama said on Monday that investing in the US is the "best business decision" possible because this is a country of "making and tinkering, and entrepreneurship and risk-taking, and of innovation and invention".
Obama warns of climate change impact on American national parks
Washington, June 19 : US President Barack Obama has warned that the effects of climate change were already being felt in national parks across the country.
China asks U.S. not to interfere on Tibet-related issues
Beijing, June 17 : In the wake of U.S. President Barack Obama's meeting with the 14th Dalai Lama, China has urged Washington to refrain from interfering in Beijing's domestic affairs including Tibet-related issues.
Obama tells Orlando families they have 'inspired' the nation
Orlando, June 17 : US President Barack Obama on Thursday told relatives of those killed or wounded in last Sunday's shooting in Orlando that their stories have "inspired" the nation, and said people must "end discrimination and violence" against the LGBT community that was targeted by the mass ...
Obama meets Dalai Lama, draws China's ire
Washington/Beijing, June 16 : US President Barack Obama met privately with the Dalai Lama at the White House, drawing much anger and criticism from China with a leading Chinese daily saying the meeting exhibited Obama's "mean side".
Obama meets Dalai Lama
Washington, June 16 : US President Barack Obama on Wednesday met the Dalai Lama privately at the White House, a session that sparked anger among Chinese officials who accuse the Tibetan spiritual leader of sponsoring a separatist movement.
Barack Obama meets Dalai Lama
Washington, June 16 : US President Barack Obama met on Wednesday with Dalai Lama.
Obama angrier with me than Orlando shooter: Trump
North Carolina, June 15 : Republicans' presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump has accused U.S. President Barack Obama of being angrier at him than Omar Mateen, the gunman responsible for mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando.
China lodges representation with US over Obama-Dalai Lama meeting
Beijing, June 15 : China has lodged diplomatic representations with the US over a planned meeting between President Barack Obama and the Dalai Lama at the White House, a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said on Wednesday.
Republicans rally with Obama against Trump's remarks
Washington, June 15 : Many Republicans have joined Barack Obama in condemning presumptive Republic presidential nominee Donald Trump over his anti-Muslim stance and remarks alleging the U.S. President to be a sympathizer of ISIS.
Obama, Clinton tear into Trump for anti-Muslim comments
Washington, June 15 : President Barack Obama and Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Wednesday conducted a joint attack on Donald Trump, the presumptive nominee of Republican Party, for his comments on Muslims, media reports said.
Our mission is to destroy IS: Obama
Washington, June 15 : Asserting that Islamic State is losing ground in Iraq and Syria, U.S. President Barack Obama has said Washington's mission is to destroy the group.
If you target America and its allies, you will never be safe: Obama ...
Washington D.C., June 14 : Continuing his spirited campaign against the destruction of the Islamic State of Syria and the Levant (ISIL), United States President Barack Obama on Tuesday warned the terror outfit that they will never be safe until they stop targeting America and its allies.
Obama flays Trump's anti-Muslim rhetoric, says 'we know who the enemy ...
Washington D.C., June 14 : Asserting that Donald Trump's 'anti-Muslim' rhetoric is "not the America we want", United States President Barack Obama on Tuesday flayed the presumptive Republican presidential nominee's 'dangerous' mindset recalling moments where the U.S. government had acted out of ...
Obama to welcome Dalai Lama at White House
Washington, June 15 : US president Barack Obama is slated to welcome Buddhist spiritual leader the Dalai Lama on Wednesday at the White House.
Obama challenges Congress to reinstate assault weapon ban
Washington, June 15 : US President Barack Obama on Tuesday challenged the Republican-controlled Congress to reinstate the ban on assault weapons in the wake of the shooting in a gay bar in Orlando in which 50 people, including shooter, were killed and 53 were injured on Sunday.
Obama goes on tirade against Trump over Muslim ban, 'radical Islam'
Washington, June 14 : US President Barack Obama on Tuesday unleashed a blistering verbal assault on Donald Trump and his proposal for a ban on Muslims entering the country, saying the suggestion violates the principles of American democracy and dismissing the "yapping" from "politicians who ...
ISIL will loose more of its occupied territory: Obama
Washington, June 14 : US President Barack Obama on Tuesday said militant group ISIL has lost nearly half of the populated territory it once controlled in Iraq and will continue to loose more.
Obama says 'no clear evidence' on gunman's link to ISIS
Washington, June 14 : U.S. President Barack Obama, who will visit Orlando on Thursday to pay his respects to the victims of the country's worst shooting massacre, has said there is no clear evidence that the gay nightclub gunman was directed by the Islamic State to carry out the mass killing.
Obama to visit Orlando to mourn shooting victims
Washington, June 14 : The White House on Monday said President Barack Obama will visit Orlando city in Florida on Thursday to mourn the victims killed at the gay nightclub.
Trump revokes Washington Post's access to his campaign
Washington, June 14 : The presumptive Republican presidential candidate nominee Donald Trump on Monday banned The Washington Post's reporters from covering his campaign events after it reported a few comments the New York billionaire made on US President Barack Obama and the mass shooting in ...