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    Remembering the Obama years

    HE was young and good-looking. He was also confident and his rousing rhetoric got everyone eager to be part of his train. Starry-eyed, his words would rekindle the dying embers of a nation at a moral crossroads. It set the youth alive and got them chorusing the song for the rebirth of their country. It

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    Obama leaves office this week with a historic but mixed legacy

    This week, on Friday, 20 January, Barack Hussein Obama will hand over to Donald John Trump as president of the United States. For Obama, that will mark the end of an era. Just ten years ago, hardly anyone would have predicted that a black man would be president of the US.  But then Obama has

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    US visa-free residency for Cubans ends

    President Barack Obama has ended the longstanding policy that grants residency to Cubans who arrive in the US without visas. The 20-year-old policy allows Cuban migrants who reach US soil to become legal permanent residents after a year. In exchange, Havana has agreed to start accepting Cubans who are turned away or deported from the

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    Donald Trump Names Son-In-Law Jared Kushner Top Political Adviser

    U.S President-elect has named his son-in-law, Jared Kushner as a Senior Political adviser. The 36-year-old Kushner is a millionaire who made his fortune in real estate and publishing. He is married to Trump’s daughter Ivanka and the couple have three children together. Kushner was one of the influential figures in Trump’s presidential campaign despite staying behind the scenes. He will now serve as a top adviser to Trump in the White House but his appointment is not without controversy. The Democratic Party has called for his appointment to be scrutinized over possible nepotism.

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    US warship fires warning shots at Iranian boats

    A US warship fired warning shots at the weekend at four Iranian Revolutionary Guard vessels that approached it at high speed in the Strait of Hormuz, US defense officials said Monday. The shots fired by the destroyer USS Mahan on Sunday put an end to the incident, which US officials denounced as “unsafe and unprofessional.”

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    Obama Uses Twitter to Defend His Legacy

    President Obama isn’t the most prolific Twitter user out there, but he’s making some use of the @POTUS handle while he still can. In a series of seven tweets on Sunday, Obama defended his legacy and the “remarkable progress” made during his presidency in areas including job growth and access to affordable health care, CNN reports. “From realizing marriage

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  • Men will be able to marry, have sex with robots soon – Scientists

    Sex with robots is “just around the corner”, an expert told a global conference in London this week featuring interactive sex toys and discussions on the ethics of relationships with humanoids. “Sexbots” are a staple of science fiction — the idea of robots as sex partners is explored, for instance, in recent films and television

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  • Nokia sues Apple for infringing on patent rights

    Finland’s Nokia Corp (NOKIA.HE) on Wednesday said it had sued Apple Inc (AAPL.O), accusing the iPhone maker of violating 32 technology patents. Apple sued Acacia Research Corp (ACTG.O) and Conversant Intellectual Property Management Inc [GEGGIM.UL] on Tuesday, accusing them of colluding with Nokia to extract and extort exorbitant revenues unfairly and anti-competitively from Apple. Nokia’s

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    Donald Trump is AFP’s Person of the Year

    US President-elect Donald Trump has topped a 2016 AFP poll to choose the most influential person of the year, just ahead of Russian and Turkish leaders Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan. AFP journalists around the world, working in all languages and sections of the agency (text, photo, video) voted from a selection of key

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