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Yemen president sacked from party leadership

Sanaa - Yemeni President Abdrabuh Mansur Hadi was dismissed Saturday from the leadership of his party, after being accused of soliciting UN sanctions against his predecessor Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Cyprus president ill, to skip EU summit

Nicosia - Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades was hospitalised in Brussels with high blood pressure Thursday and asked Greece's premier to stand in for him at an EU summit, the government said."After prolonged nosebleeds the president...

Video: Bush accepts ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, challenges Clinton

Crawford - If you spend any time on social media sites, you have undoubtedly seen a recent flood of videos showing friends, family members, celebrities, athletes and now former presidents getting doused with a bucket of ice water.

Fox News contributor: Michelle Obama should 'drop a few' pounds

Fox News contributor Keith Ablow apparently thinks First Lady Michelle Obama is too fat to be an effective advocate of healthy eating among children.

Op-Ed: Burn it down, Mr. Obama

During the first five and a half years of his presidency – and I imagine for the 30 or so months that remain — I’ve had a difficult time supporting many of the decisions made by President Obama.

President Obama shakes hands with guy wearing horse mask

Denver - On Tuesday night President Obama shook hands with a man wearing a horse mask. A photo was taken, and it has gone viral ever since being shared on the Internet.

Israel parliament electing president to succeed Peres

Jerusalem - Israel's parliament was on Tuesday voting for the nation's 10th president, with a run-off vote pitching a rightwing hawk against a centrist candidate in the race to replace Shimon Peres.

Sisi sworn in as Egypt's president  

Cairo - Abdel Fattah al-Sisi took the oath of office as Egypt's president on Sunday after a landslide election victory following the ouster of Islamist leader Mohamed Morsi last year.

S.Africa's Zuma hospitalised for tests after 'exhaustion'

Johannesburg - South Africa's President Jacob Zuma was on Saturday admitted to a Pretoria hospital for tests following a bout of exhaustion, his office said."Doctors are satisfied with his condition," his office said in a statement without giving details.

South Africa's President Zuma hospitalised for tests

Johannesburg - South Africa's President Jacob Zuma was on Saturday admitted to hospital for tests following a bout of exhaustion, his office said."Doctors are satisfied with his condition," his office said in a statement without giving details.

Op-Ed: Should Obama have swapped a soldier for Taliban detainees?

No Man Left Behind — this policy is as old as America herself. Regardless the country or the outcome, we have routinely swapped captured enemy fighters in order to return our soldiers to American soil.

Controversy reigns over South African presidential inauguration Special

Pretoria - South Africa has witnessed its fifth presidential inauguration since the advent of democracy in the country with President Jacob Zuma being re-instated as president for a second term.

Boehner: 'Obamacare is the law of the land'

After more than 55 failed attempts by the House, Speaker John Boehner finally conceded that Obamacare is here to stay. Boehner’s admission comes only three weeks after he vowed the House would continue to try to repeal the law.

Spanish Judge enforces torture probe against Bush and Cheney

On Tuesday, Judge Pablo Ruz at the Spanish National Court defied pressure to scrap a probe into alleged torture in the United States prison camp in Guantanamo Bay which targets former U.S. president George W. Bush.

Bill Clinton would be 'surprised' if aliens didn't contact us

In a conversation last Wednesday night on the popular chat show Jimmy Kimmel Live, former American president Bill Clinton admitted that he would be "surprised" if Earth was not someday contacted by extra-terrestrial life.

German ex-president Wulff cleared in favours trial

Berlin - A court on Thursday cleared former German president Christian Wulff of influence-peddling, closing a high profile case that sparked the resignation of the former head of state two years ago."The accused Wulff has been found not guilty," presiding judge...

Former Zambia president Kaunda hospitalised

Lusaka - Zambia's founding father and former president Kenneth Kaunda was taken to hospital on Sunday, but is said to be in good spirits, the government said.President Michael Sata visited his predecessor in a Lusaka hospital, where 89-year-old Kaunda is report...

Movie academy's 1st black chief sees films building diversity

When Cheryl Boone Isaacs presides over the Oscars on March 2, her mere presence will convey a statement on diversity in Hollywood as the first African-American president of the Academy...

Biden to take time deciding on 2016 presidential campaign

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden has told reporters that he hasn't ruled out a run for President in 2016 but will make a final decision in 2015.

Op-Ed: Bill, I forgive you!

I want to say it here so that it is public: I forgive Bill Clinton. I forgive him for lying to his nation in an attempt to save face after a sex scandal.

Obama's coverage of science in 'state of the union'

In his State of the Union speech this week, President Barack Obama mentioned the importance of basic scientific research. However, his presentation did not mention any significant breakthroughs on the horizon.

UAE president 'stable after stroke'

Abu Dhabi - UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed al-Nahayan has undergone an operation after suffering a stroke and is in a stable condition, the presidential affairs ministry said on Saturday.

Nigerian president signs legislation prohibiting homosexuality

Abuja - Inciting harsh criticism from the western world, Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan signed a piece of legislation Monday outlawing same-sex relationships.

Buns sell fast after China president's visit

On Saturday, the president of China, Xi Jinping, dropped by a traditional bun shop, where he waited in line, ordered and paid for buns stuffed with pork, green vegetables, onions, as well as pig livers and intestines that were stewed.

Egyptian president passes new law restricting protests

Cairo - On Sunday, Egypt's interim president Adly Mansour passed a new law banning protests of more than 10 people without prior government approval.

Op-Ed: Obama again demonstrates his peacemaking expertise

Geneva - Twice in one year, as the winds of war blew, President Obama has avoided conflict. Some would say he has earned the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to him in 2009.

Op-Ed: Is the real Obama deceptive, out of touch, or just incompetent?

Washington - The show “To Tell the Truth” first aired in 1956 on CBS, five years before the birth of President Obama. The show was originally titled “Nothing but the Truth,” but CBS chose to change it to “To Tell the Truth” the night before its debut.

Op-Ed: The failure of our President to lead

This past week appeared to be just another week riding down the road filled with potholes called partisan politics. Those small bumps in the road have become gaping holes over the past half a decade.

Op-Ed: America's child President

In a time when America needs her president, Obama once again pits his federal government against the American people punishing them for government actions.

Sudan’s President, wanted for war crimes, seeks US visa

President Omar al-Bashir is seeking a US visa allowing him to enter the country to attend the next United Nations General Assembly. President al-Bashir is being sought by the International Criminal Court.
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Rwandan President Paul Kagame was sworn in for another 7-year term  after the explosive  August 26th...
Rwandan President Paul Kagame was sworn in for another 7-year term, after the explosive, August 26th leak of a UN report documenting genocidal massacres of Rwandan Hutu refugees and Congolese Hutus, by his army, in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
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President Barack Obama holds a news conference in the East Room of the White House, November 3, 2010.
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Polish President Lech Kaczynski, boarding Air Force Tu-154M at Warsaw Frédéric Chopin Airport. On 10 April 2010, this aircraft, belonging to the Polish Goverment, crashed north of Smolensk, Russia, killing Poland's President and other officials.
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President Barack Obama talks with Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano aboard Air Force One en route to Las Vegas, Nev
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Mitt Romney was in downtown Toronto on Thursday to discuss his latest book  The Case for American Gr...
Mitt Romney was in downtown Toronto on Thursday to discuss his latest book "The Case for American Greatness." He spoke with Rob McQueen and stated that he loves Canada and supports the troops in Afghanistan.
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President Barack Obama takes in the view outside the Julio César Turbay Ayala Convention Center dur...
President Barack Obama takes in the view outside the Julio César Turbay Ayala Convention Center during the Summit of The Americas in Cartagena, Colombia
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Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan
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Gov. Mitt Romney in Detroit
Gov. Mitt Romney in Detroit
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President Obama looking at a group of students, before he signs a new bill into law, keeping student loan interest low.
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Venenzuelan president Hugo Chávez with Perú s new leader Ollanta Humala (right)
Venenzuelan president Hugo Chávez with Perú's new leader Ollanta Humala (right)
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President Barack Obama salutes military service members while watching the inaugural parade from the reviewing stand on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C.,
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President Barack Obama
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Obama wrote in Kelli Allman's yearbook in 1979
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Arts and Crafts co-founder and President Jeffrey Remedios.
Arts and Crafts co-founder and President Jeffrey Remedios.
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President Barack Obama waits in the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House, prior to an event commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act on the South Lawn, July 26, 2010.
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File photo: President Barack Obama disembarks Air Force One at Joint Base Andrews  Maryland  followi...
File photo: President Barack Obama disembarks Air Force One at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, following his trip to Fort Campbell, Ky.
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President Obama outlining the American Jobs Act
President Obama outlining the American Jobs Act
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South Africa's President Jacob Zuma.
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Mitt Romney was in downtown Toronto on Thursday to discuss his latest book  The Case for American Gr...
Mitt Romney was in downtown Toronto on Thursday to discuss his latest book "The Case for American Greatness." He spoke with Rob McQueen and stated that he loves Canada and supports the troops in Afghanistan.
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