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Barack Obama leaves Oval Office for last time

Barack Obama leaves Oval Office for last time

Barack Obama leaves Oval Office for last timeOutgoing US President Barack Obama on Friday left the Oval Office for the last time, before welcoming his successor Donald Trump to the White House Obama walked into the Oval Office holding a letter, which he left on the Resolute desk, a 19th century gift from Queen Elizabeth that is made from the timber of a British arctic vessel.

George Bush, wife voted neither for Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump

In an unusual break from custom, former US president George W Bush and his wife Laura did not vote for either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.

US presidential debate: Donald Trump denies groping claims, says Hillary Clinton manufactured them

US presidential debate: Donald Trump denies groping claims, says Hillary Clinton manufactured them

The third and final US presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took place at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas. 

'White House under George Bush was against denying visa to Narendra Modi'

The Bush White House was against denying a US visa to the then Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi in 2005, according to a former senior administration official who worked on the national security staff of the then Vice President Dick Cheney.

'This was possible only because it was India'

“Make no mistake. This (nuclear deal) has been possible only because it was India.”

George Bush discharged from hospital

 Former US president George Bush was discharged from hospital after being treated for a broken neck bone, a media report said.

Manmohan Singh wanted to call off nuclear deal after US' killer proposals

Manmohan Singh told his team to "call off" the Indo-US civil nuclear deal a night before its scheduled announcement by President George Bush after Americans came with a killer proposal to let India have just two of its nuclear reactors out of the international safeguards, a top aide of the former prime minister has said.

British inquiry into Iraq war delayed to after election

A long-awaited public inquiry into Britain`s role in the Iraq war will not be published until after an election in May, it was reported on Wednesday, sparking criticism of the delay.

Dick Cheney defends controversial CIA interrogations

 Former US vice president Dick Cheney Sunday defended the controversial CIA interrogation techniques used on terrorism suspects after the 9/11 attacks, despite the fact that the Senate issued a report last week calling such techniques torture.

DNA: Zee Media's reality test on radio taxi in Delhi

Zee Media carried out a reality test on radio taxi in Delhi following Uber cab rape case.

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Senate report reveals truths about CIA torture

CIA paid Poland to ease qualms over secret prison: Senate report

Poland threatened to halt the transfer of al Qaeda suspects to a secret CIA jail on its soil 11 years ago, but became more "flexible" after the Central Intelligence Agency gave it a large sum of money, according to a US Senate report.

Republican party selling `I miss George Bush` t-shirts

With US President Barack Obama`s approval rating remaining low, the Republican Party in a bid to boost its popularity has come out with "I MISS W" t-shirts emblazoned with a picture of former president George W Bush.

90-year-old ex-US president to make parachute jump

Former US President George H W Bush can no longer use his legs, but he is not letting that stop him from keeping a vow he made five years ago: to jump from an aircraft on his 90th birthday, which is today.

George Bush undergoes heart surgery to remove blockage

Former US President George W Bush today successfully underwent a surgery to clear a blocked artery in his heart.

Elder Bush shaves head in support of child with cancer

Former US president George HW Bush shaved his head in solidarity with the young son of a member of his security detail who is suffering from leukaemia.

Snowden damaged security of US: George Bush

Fugitive American intelligence leaker Edward Snowden has damaged security of the country by his actions, former US President George W Bush said on Monday.

Barack Obama, George Bush both heading to Dar es Salam

President Barack Obama and former President George W Bush are planning to be in the same city a world away from home.

George W Bush plane diverted after smell of smoke

Washington: A plane carrying former President George W Bush was diverted to Louisville after the pilot reported the smell of smoke, media reports said on Sunday.

George W Bush pens letter as wedding present to elderly couple

The elderly newlywed couple had their honeymoon at the opening of the George W Bush Presidential Library.

George Bush `very comfortable` with invading Iraq

Former US president George W Bush has said he is still `very comfortable` with one of the most controversial decisions of his presidency - the invasion of Iraq.