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The central message of Obama’s campaign has been that he saved America from a second Great Depression after the economy was on the brink of collapse when he took over from President George W. Bush in 2009.
The campaigns have already assembled an army of lawyers prepared to fight it out if any of those scenarios play out
Experts warn that the unfortunately typical attempts to keep a rival’s supporters from the polls or sway voters with flat out lies could end up deciding the outcome
Aid provided falls within “technical assistance” currently allowed by United States after it lifted many sanctions
The demonstrators also chanted anti-British and anti-Israeli slogans, and burnt Israeli flags
Amnesty International accuses Nigerian armed forces of showing “little regard for the rule of law or human rights” in its campaign against Boko Haram
The Guarani Kaiowá tribe and others like it have often received threats from ranchers and loggers with little help from the government
US officials say placing the Internet under UN control would undermine the freewheeling nature of cyberspace
Suicide bomber detonates device at mosque in Maymana killing Eid Al-Adha worshippers
Afghans feel abandoned by Washington’s looming troop withdrawal, which some in Pakistan fear could cause more violence and instability in their country regardless of who wins
The Russian cosmonauts are making their first journey into space, while flight engineer Ford flew to the ISS in 2009 on the US shuttle.
The defendants had asked that Friday’s proceedings be cancelled out of respect for their Muslim faith.
Malala, shot by Taliban, is able to stand with help for the first time
Comment by Mitt Romney about women job applicants went viral online
Rebounding from the ropes after a dismal showing two weeks ago that sent his poll numbers tumbling, the president was aware a second poor outing could doom him to the historical ignominy of a single term.
Romney accuses Biden of “doubling down on denial” as the White House struggled to combat a growing storm over the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi.
Schools in Afghanistan opened Saturday with special prayers for the quick recovery of a Pakistani schoolgirl shot in the head by Taliban
Indian prosecutors drop sedition charges against a cartoonist arrested over his anti-corruption drawings
EU wins Nobel Peace prize
Lawyers argued in a US military court over whether the soldier accused of the Fort Hood massacre can keep his beard despite objections from the judge overseeing his court-martial.
Chinese dissidents assailed Mo Yan’s Nobel literature prize as a disgraceful vindication of the Communist Party’s control of creative expression.
Doctors in Peshawar said that children’s rights activist Malala Yousafzai’s condition was stable, despite the attempt on her life.
“The pair were honoured for pioneering experimental experiments in “measuring and manipulation of individual quantum systems”
Mitt Romney and his Republican allies assailed President Barack Obama’s foreign policy, expanding their attacks beyond his economic record in the run-up to the first of three debates.
A NATO soldier and a civilian contractor have been killed in a suspected insider attack in eastern Afghanistan
The last Westerner held at Guantanamo Bay returned to his native Canada on Saturday, after years of delay from Stephen Harper’s Conservative government.
Charged with leaking confidential Vatican memos
Israeli PM to set ‘red line’ on Iran at UN
Spain formulating new budget
First female Muslim parliamentarian made Norwegian minister of culture