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Senators grill Hagel over anti-Israel remarks

Barack Obama may be the most powerful man on earth who won the battle for America’s presidency twice, but barely two weeks into his second term Obama risks defeat from a foreign country that is not even one-eighth the size of Florida and their lobbyists in Washington....   | Read..
 

Blast hits Ankara US embassy

A suicide bomber detonated an explosive today in front of the US embassy in Ankara, killing himself and a Turkish guard in an attack that Turkish officials blamed on domestic...   | Read..
 

Beyonce admits lip-syncing

Beyonce faced the music at a news conference yesterday before the Super Bowl, admitting that she sang along to a pre-recorded track when she performed the national anthem...   | Read..
 

Mosque raid

A suicide bomber detonated his explosives outside a Shia mosque in northwestern Pakistan as worshippers were leaving Friday prayers, killing 22 people and wounding over 30 in...   | Read..
 

China to take control of strategic Pak port

China is poised to take over operational control of a strategic deep-water Pakistani seaport that could serve as a vital economic hub for Beijing and perhaps a key military o...   | Read..
 
Obama’s nominee for defence secretary Chuck Hagel testifies on Capitol Hill, Washington. (AP)
Senators grill Hagel over anti-Israel remarks
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