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    Israel must observe unconditional, immediate ceasefire, says Obama
    London, July 28 : Reacting on the resumption of fire between Israel and Hamas after the 24-hour long ceasefire was stalled, President Barack Obama has reportedly asked Israel to observe and respect an immediate, unconditional humanitarian ceasefire.

    One-third Americans think Obama should be impeached, reveals poll
    Washington, July 26 : A new poll has revealed that almost one-third of Americans think President Barack Obama should be impeached.

    Obama urges Afghan presidential rivals to work together
    Washington, July 26 : US President Barack Obama has spoken with the men vying to become Afghanistan's next head of state, encouraging them to follow through with a plan to form a national unity government regardless of the outcome of the audit of ballots from the June 14 presidential runoff, the ...

    An Obama dinner invite for a differently-abled Indian girl
    By Quaid Najmi, Mumbai, July 26 : Next week, US President Barack Obama and his wife will host 12 differently-abled people from all over the world, including one from Mumbai, for an exclusive dinner at the White House.

    Indian American officials asked about 'your country','your government'
    Washington, July 26 : In an extremely awkward incident, a newly elected member of the US House of Representatives mistook two senior Indian American officials of the Barack Obama administration to be from India and asked them questions about "your country" and "your government".

    US House panel supports lawsuit against Obama
    Washington, July 25 : The US House Rules Committee Thursday approved a resolution allowing the full House to vote on authorising a lawsuit against US President Barack Obama, accusing him of abusing executive authority.

    Obama affirms strong ties with Britain
    Washington, July 22 : US President Barack Obama and Ed Miliband, leader of the British opposition Labour Party, Monday affirmed the strong ties that bind the US and Britain, the White House said in a statement.

    Obama expresses serious concern over Gaza crisis
    Washington, July 21 : US President Barack Obama Sunday called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, expressing his "serious concern" about growing number of casualties in the Gaza crisis, a White House statement said.

    Will Obamas attend George Clooney's wedding?
    London, July 20: George Clooney, who has invited Barack Obama and his wife Michelle Obama to his wedding to Amal Alamuddin is waiting for the President's reply on whether they will attend the wedding or not.

    MH17 shot in missile attack from pro-Russian held Ukraine territory: ...
    London, July 19 : United States President Barack Obama has said that the Malaysian airlines plane crash had been a result of a ground-to-air missile attack in the conflict area of Eastern Ukraine that is currently under pro-Russian separatists.

    Michelle Obama vows to quit 'French fries'
    Washington, July 19 : US President Barack Obama's wife, Michelle Obama recently swore to take a break from 'French fries.'

    MH17 crash: Obama points to rebels in Ukraine
    Washington, July 18 : US President Barack Obama Friday said at the missile that took down a Malaysian jetliner killing 298 people on board was fired from an area in eastern Ukraine controlled by separatist rebels and blamed Russia for the tragedy.

    Obama condoles Malaysians over airliner crash
    Washington, July 18 : US President Barack Obama Thursday expressed condolences to the people of Malaysia for the crash of a Malaysian airliner in Ukraine, as well as all the families who lost loved ones in the tragic event.

    Barack Obama, Vladimir Putin discussed downed Malaysian plane: White ...
    Washington, July 18 : US President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin Thursday talked about the reports of a downed Malaysian passenger jet near the Russia-Ukraine border, the White House said.

    Americans trust Obama but not his leadership skills: Poll
    Washington, July 17 : About half the population of America thinks that President Barack Obama is empathetic and trustworthy but lacks leadership qualities, revealed a new poll.

    Obama praises Kerry for role ensuring audit of Afghan Prez poll votes
    Washington, July 17 : United States President Barack Obama has praised Secretary of State John Kerry and Afghan civilian and military leaders for their efforts in putting in place a system of audit to determine the results in the recent Afghan presidential election.

    US endorses Morocco's plan on Sahara
    Washington, July 17 : US President Barack Obama has extended support to Morocco's autonomy plan for the Sahara in line with the policy adopted by the last three US administrations.

    Obama, Merkel vow to improve intelligence cooperation
    Washington, July 16 : US President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have vowed to improve intelligence cooperation between the two countries.

    Obama enjoys overwhelming support from American Muslims: Study
    Washington, July 13 : A new study has revealed that 72 percent Muslims in America approve of President Barack Obama.

    President Obama is 'huge fan' of LeBron James
    Washington, July 12 : White House press secretary Josh Earnest revealed President Barack Obama to be huge fan of LeBron James.

    Obama jumps queue for lunch by buying meals for those behind him!
    Washington, July 12 : US President Barack Obama recently jumped a long cue at Franklin Barbecue restaurant in Austin, but made up for it by buying lunch for those behind him.

    Modi accepts Obama's invite, seeks result-oriented visit
    New Delhi, July 11 : Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has accepted President Barack Obama's invitation to visit the US in September and said he looked forward to a "result-oriented visit" with concrete outcomes that impart new momentum to the strategic partnership between the two countries.

    Obama invites PM to Washington in September
    New Delhi, July 11 (AN): U.S. Deputy Secretary of State William Burns called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi here today and invited him to USA through a letter sent by U.S. President Barack Obama.

    Obama wants stronger economic ties with India, Modi told
    New Delhi, July 11 : US Deputy Secretary of State William Burns, who called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday, conveyed to him US President Barack Obama's desire to strengthen economic relations with India, and handed him Obama's letter inviting him to visit Washington in September.

    US official meets India's foreign secretary
    New Delhi, July 10 : Visiting US Deputy Secretary of State William Burns Thursday met India's Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh to chalk out the path to the forthcoming Strategic Dialogue as well as Prime Minister Narendra Modi's summit meeting with US President Barack Obama.

    Palin says right time to impeach Obama
    Washington, July 9 : Former U.S. vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin believes the time is right to impeach President Barack Obama for not doing enough for American workers and legalised immigrants.

    Top US diplomat headed to India ahead of strategic dialogue
    By Arun Kumar, Washington, July 9 : A top US diplomat is headed to India to prepare the ground for their strategic dialogue ahead of the first summit meeting between President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi to reset India-US ties.

    Obama, NATO chief discuss Ukraine, Afghanistan
    Washington, July 9 : US President Barack Obama and NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen discussed situation in Ukraine and Afghanistan Tuesday at the White House.

    American newspaper apologizes after Obama 'N****r' slur
    London, July 8 : An American newspaper apologized after it referred to President Barack Obama using the 'N'-word in an opinion piece published in its July edition.

    NATO chief to discuss Wales summit with Obama
    Brussels, July 8 : NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen will discuss preparations for this September's Summit in Wales and the implications of Russia's actions in Ukraine on Allied security with US President Barack Obama during three-day US visit starting Monday.

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