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Thursday , January 9 , 2014
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Gates hails, criticises Obama in memoir

After ordering a troop increase in Afghanistan, President Obama eventually lost faith in the strategy, his doubts fed by White House advisers who continually brought him negative news reports suggesting it was failing, according to his former defence secretary Robert M. Gates....   | Read..

4 killed in UK copter crash

British police scoured for evidence today in a remote marshland area strewn with wreckage and bullets after a US Air Force helicopter crashed in eastern England, killing four...   | Read..

Saudis back Syria rebels despite risks

On his eighth trip to fight with the rebels in Syria, in August, Abu Khattab saw something that troubled him: two dead children, their blood-soaked bodies sprawled on the...   | Read..

Michelle to guests: eat & come to party

Michelle Obama has reportedly asked guests party to eat before they arrive at her 50th birthday, according to reports....   | Read..

Webcams see all, even Franky

In the Sahara, the African spurred tortoise lives for about a century. Thanks to modern technology, one named Franky has a shot at immortality....   | Read..
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