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Barack Obama, George W Bush to address Dallas memorial service

Barack Obama, George W Bush to address Dallas memorial service

President Barack Obama and former President George W. Bush are slated to address an interfaith memorial service in Dallas on Tuesday for the five police officers who were killed in a sniper attack last week.

Lessons must be learnt from Iraq war: UK PM Cameron

Lessons must be learnt from Iraq war: UK PM Cameron

Prime Minister David Cameron said that lessons must be learnt from Britain's decision to invade Iraq in 2003.

Donald Trump blasts Tony Blair for 'terrible job' - Iraq War

Donald Trump blasts Tony Blair for 'terrible job' - Iraq War

The US presidential hopeful Donald Trump has attacked former British Prime Minister Tony Blair for the Iraq War "disaster", saying he did a "terrible job" by invading.

Obama must probe Bush, others over CIA torture: Rights group

US President Barack Obama must investigate his predecessor George W Bush and allies over the CIA`s torture of terror suspects, or stand complicit in a government "cover-up," Human Rights Watch said Tuesday.

Trump blames George Bush for 9/11, Jeb defends brother

​Donald Trump suggested that former president George W Bush shared in the blame for the Sep 11, 2001 (9/11) terrorist attacks.

Labour leadership favourite vows to apologise on Iraq war

Jeremy Corbyn, a leftwinger touted to head Britain`s main opposition Labour party, said Friday he would apologise over the Iraq war if he wins next month`s leadership contest.

George W Bush becomes grandfather second time

Former US president George W Bush announced on Friday he had become a grandfather for the second time with the arrival of another baby girl, Poppy Louise Hager, for daughter Jenna.

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush leaves door open for use of torture by government

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush leaves door open for use of torture by government

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush declined to rule out resuming the use of torture under some circumstances by the US government if he becomes president.

In a dynastic clash, Bill will advise Hillary Clinton only if asked

In a possible dynastic clash between Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush, one former president will advise his wife only if asked, while the other wonders how criticism of his brother would affect him.

Barack Obama returns to father's homeland Kenya with history, security on his mind

President Barack Obama will land in Kenya on Friday with a mission to strengthen US security and economic ties, but his personal connection to his father`s birthplace will dominate a trip that Kenyans view as a native son returning home.

You may be booked for deleting your browser history under this law

You may be booked for deleting your browser history under this law

Did you know that you could be booked by law enforcement authorities for erasing your browser history? A law crafted by former US Congressmen Paul Sarbanes (D-MD) and Michael Oxley (R-OH) in early 2001, aimed at compelling corporations to comply with federal prosecutors during probes, has such a broad interpretation that anyone could be charged for deleting data at any point of time.

George W Bush more popular than Obama: Poll

Former US president George W Bush is now more popular than his successor Barack Obama, according to a CNN/ORC poll released Wednesday.

Jeb Bush says ''knowing what we know now,'' he would not have invaded Iraq

Republican Jeb Bush reversed field on Thursday after a week of criticism and said that based on information known now, he would not have launched the Iraq war carried out by his brother, former President George W Bush.

US unveils 6-year-old report on NSA surveillance

The Obama administration today unveiled a 6-year-old report examining a once-secret programme to collect information on Americans' calls and emails, as debate gears up over the coming expiration of a Bush-era surveillance law.

Jeb Bush marked ''Hispanic'' on Florida voter form: NYT

Likely Republican presidential contender Jeb Bush, who was popular among Spanish-speaking voters while Florida governor, marked himself as "Hispanic" on a 2009 voter registration application, The New York Times reported on Monday.

George W Bush condemns Myanmar protest crackdown

Former US president George W. Bush on Thursday hit out at a crackdown on student-led protests in Myanmar which have sparked international alarm, calling for the swift release of those arrested.

 

Head of UK's Iraq war inquiry defends report delay

Long delays in the publication of Britain`s official inquiry into the Iraq war were unavoidable due to its complexity, the head of the inquiry, former civil servant John Chilcot, told a parliamentary committee on Wednesday.

Anger in UK over delayed Iraq war inquiry

British lawmakers voiced their anger in parliament on Wednesday after it emerged that the official inquiry into the Iraq war will not be released before the country's May 7 general elections.

US plagued by doubts as it exits Afghan war

After 13 years, the United States is winding down its war in Afghanistan, plagued by doubts about what was accomplished at such a high cost.

Former US president Bush, 90, remains in Houston hospital: Spokesman

Former US president Bush, 90, remains in Houston hospital: Spokesman

Former US president George HW Bush, 90, remained hospitalised near his home in Houston on Wednesday as a precaution after experiencing shortness of breath, a spokesman for the 41st president said.