Washington: Setting aside their differences, top American technology companies including AOL, Apple, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Microsoft, have joined hands to press the Obama Administration and the Congress to reform the secretive National Security Agency.More.. # US, # Twitter, # Microsoft, # Barack Obama, # National Security Agency, # NSA,
Washington: The United States on Sunday welcomed South Korea's decision to expand its air defence zone which will now partially overlap with a similar zone recently announced unilaterally by China.More.. # United States, # South Korea, # air defence zone, # Air Defence Identification Zone, # Joe Biden,
Washington: US President Barack Obama has strongly allayed the Israeli fear that Iran might acquire nuclear weapons the way Pakistan and North Korea did, saying the verification mechanism around Tehran's atomic programme is unprecedented and makes it difficult to cheat.More.. # US, # Barack Obama, # nuclear weapons, # Pakistan, # Tehran's atomic programme,
Washington: US Secretary of State John Kerry has urged Israel to back the Palestine peace process and a landmark nuclear deal with Iran, as he argued that peace in the region would make Israel more secure than ever.More.. # John Kerry, # Palestine peace process, # israel, # iran nuclear deal, # security,
Kiev: Ukraine's supporters of Western integration hope to draw a million people to a protest on Sunday against the authorities' decision to spurn a historic EU agreement and seek closer ties with old master Russia.
Washington: President Barack Obama on Saturday defended an interim deal with Iran to curb its nuclear program and, seeking to reassure Israel, pledged to step up sanctions or prepare for a potential military strike if Tehran fails to abide by the pact.More.. # Barack Obama, # iran interim deal, # military strike, # nuclear program, # Benjamin Netanyahu,