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Obama heads to Greece on first leg of final overseas trip

Obama, who is in Athens on November 15-16 on his last foreign tour as president, said it was hard to imagine a growth strategy without some debt relief. forces ousted the Taliban following the 9/11 attacks on the United States. Obama is meeting with President Prokopis Pavlopoulos as part of his final foreign trip.



Pro-Russia politician in clear win in Moldova, results show

Moldova's presidential elections victor, Socialist leader Igor Dodon Tuesday called on his rightist opponents to be calm and stop the street protests, so as to avoid a split in society. He has not called for a thorough investigation or to find those responsible for the heist. Russian Federation imposed trade bans on key Moldovan farming exports in response to the European Union agreement.



Obama arrives in Greece at start of his final foreign tour

Obama's meetings with Greek leaders Tuesday focused on economic issues and the progress that Greece has made in emerging from its economic crisis and the sacrifices its people continue to make under austerity programs that have been imposed to reduce debt.


Civilians Killed Across Northern Syria as Fighting Resumes in Aleppo

Civilians Killed Across Northern Syria as Fighting Resumes in Aleppo

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Saturday that government forces and their allies have regained control of Al-Assad and Minyan districts, west of Syria's largest city. The army also marched south and captured two rebel-held areas. The city has been divided for years between the government-held west and rebel-controlled east.


Violence in northern Syria kills 12

Violence in northern Syria kills 12

According to the Observatory, more than 450 fighters and civilians have died in the two weeks of battles. The Republican has suggested withdrawing support for the Syrian rebels still fighting in east Aleppo, neighboring Idlib province and the south of the country, which could prove to finally tilt the war in the Syrian government's favor.



Clinton blames FBI director for presidential election loss

Days before Americans went to the polls , the Federal Bureau of Investigation made the decision to reopen its examination of Hillary Clinton's email accounts. We were once again up in all but two of the battleground states, and we were up considerably in some that we ended up losing. Another Democrat on the conference call said Clinton described the loss as "heartbreaking".