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Bobby Jindal criticises Obama, Hillary over gay marriage views

Jun 29, 2015

Bobby Jindal criticises Obama, Hillary over gay marriage views

Indian-American Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal has lashed out at US President Barack Obama and Democratic presidential aspirant Hillary Clinton for their views on same sex marriage, alleging that they evolved their views based on opinion polls. #Governor #Bobby Jindal #NewsTracker #Washington #Louisiana #Presidential elections #Gay Marriage #Indian-American #Republican #2016 elections
Watch: Obama sings 'Amazing Grace' in eulogy for those who died in Charleston church attack

Jun 27, 2015

Watch: Obama sings 'Amazing Grace' in eulogy for those who died in Charleston church attack

Obama sang a hymn of hope and spoke with the fervor of a preacher as he eulogized a pastor and eight parishioners gunned down at a historic black church in an apparent hate crime and he minced no words in calling for an end to racial injustice and gun violence in the United States. #Obama #Barack Obama #US #ThingsWeLike #Washington #South Carolina #Church #Racist #Racial Crime #Black church #Shareworthy #Charleston Church #Amazing Grace
Washington, Beijing confront differences on cyber security and South China Sea

Jun 24, 2015

Washington, Beijing confront differences on cyber security and South China Sea

The United States and China vowed to avoid confrontation as they headed Wednesday into a final day of key talks, confronting head-on differences on issues such as cyber security and freedom of the seas. #World #China #US #NewsTracker #South China Sea #Washington ##CyberSecurity
Sikh student can join US Army without removing turban, cutting hair, says US Court

Jun 16, 2015

Sikh student can join US Army without removing turban, cutting hair, says US Court

A Sikh college student will be able to join the US Army, without being forced to cut his hair, shave his beard or stop wearing his turban thanks to a Washington court ruling. #US #Faith #Washington #US Army #Turban #US court #Sikh Student
Washington accuses Russia of 'outright lies' on Ukraine

Jun 12, 2015

Washington accuses Russia of 'outright lies' on Ukraine

Washington's UN envoy accused Russia on Thursday of spinning "outright lies" on Ukraine designed to hide the Kremlin's direct involvement in a war it launched to thwart Kiev's pro-Western drive. #NewsTracker #Russia #UN #Washington #Ukraine #Kremlin
Man to be set free after 43 years in solitary confinement in US prison

Jun 09, 2015

Man to be set free after 43 years in solitary confinement in US prison

A US judge has ordered release of a man who has spent 43 years in solitary confinement for a crime he denied committing, a media report said on Tuesday. #World #NewsTracker #USA #Washington #Amnesty International #US Judge #solitary confinement #US prison
Yemeni families sue US over 'unlawful deaths' from drone strike

Jun 09, 2015

Yemeni families sue US over 'unlawful deaths' from drone strike

The families of two Yemeni men killed in 2012 have sued the United States, alleging they were innocent bystanders hit by missiles from a US drone strike and calling for an acknowledgement of their "unlawful deaths." #United States #Barack Obama #Al-Qaeda #NewsTracker #David Petraeus #Leon Panetta #Yemen #Washington #Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi
Iran spy trial of Washington Post reporter resumes behind closed doors

Jun 08, 2015

Iran spy trial of Washington Post reporter resumes behind closed doors

The trial of Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian on charges of spying on Iran resumed behind closed doors in Tehran on Monday, a news agency linked to the judiciary reported. #NewsTracker #Iran #Washington Post #Tehran #reporter #resumes #Iran Spy Trial
University in US cancels student's suspension after mistaking Hindu swastika as Nazi symbol

May 27, 2015

University in US cancels student's suspension after mistaking Hindu swastika as Nazi symbol

Following outcry from several groups, an American university has decided to withdraw its suspension order against a student who displayed a Hindu swastika on his residence hall's bulletin board. #India #US #NewsTracker #student #Hindu #Nazi #Swastika #George Washington University