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It seems a new change in global order could be on the way with an apparent change of heart as US president Barack Obama and Iran President Hassan Rowhani exchange letters and one can expect to see a nuclear weapon deal with Iran on the lines of
It is a partial win for the US and Russia in their efforts to arrive at a solution that has pushed the threat of a military strike in Syrian to the background for the time being — but will the deal stand the tests of time?
US President Barack Obama teed off in the Andrews Air Force Base as US Secretary of State John Kerry finalized a deal with his Russian counterpart Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Geneva on the Syrian chemical weapons crisis. The
While you were sleeping, Russia and the US reached a deal to dismantle Syria's chemical weapons arsenal, and a Russian MP's racist photo of the Obamas with a banana has created an uproar. US President Barack Obama welcomed the deal to strip Syria of
In keeping with visions of US President Barack Obama, of sending humans to Mars by the 2030s, NASA has zeroed in on three asteroids one of which it plans to capture and bring it to orbit the Moon using a robotic spacecraft. <
David Cameron has cautiously welcomed a proposal for Syria to hand its chemical weapons over for destruction. Under the Russian plan, apparently welcomed by Syria's foreign minister, the stockpiles would first be taken under international control.
US President Barack Obama is determined to attack Syria and put it in its place and the tentative strike plan that has been drawn up by the Pentagon envisages a 72-hour strike to cripple the Bashar al-Assad regime by destroying all its known
US President Barack Obama, who was the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize winner, has expressed an intention to wage a limited war on Syria because of its use of chemical weapons against
Jerusalem: A Iranian organizing professional offers cautioned that one of many kids regarding US Chief executive Barack Obama is going to be kidnapped as well as raped in the event that America provides away some sort of military strike
David Cameron is facing the flak in the G20 Summit in Russia and is being ridiculed by the hosts as 'a small Island nobody listens to'. The remarks were made by Dmitry Peskov, the official spokesman of Russian President