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  • Cover of new Hillary Clinton memoir ‘Hard Choices’ eerily similar to Carly Fiorina’s autobiography

    June 10, 2014 9:50 PM 12

    The covers of the two political memoirs each feature a serious portrait of the author and even have very similar names — ‘Hard Choices’ and ‘Tough Choices.’ Hillary Clinton’s rollout of her new memoir Tuesday took a comical turn on social media, as Twitter lit up with users who noticed the book cover’s uncanny resemblance to another political memoir

  • Russia, Ukraine seek to build peace momentum

    June 10, 2014 9:43 PM 4

    BRUSSELS: Russia and Ukraine resumed talks in Brussels on Tuesday to end a bitter gas price dispute and build on a tentative push by Kiev's new president towards peace after months of conflict. Ukraine's new Western-backed president on Tuesday ordered the creation of humanitarian corridors in the separatist east that could save civilians and advance

  • Ukraine-Russia gas row: No deal as talks to continue

    June 10, 2014 9:35 PM 9

    Resolving the disagreement between Ukraine and Russia over gas prices could take days, the European Commission has said. "Maybe in next days, not tonight," EU energy commissioner Guenther Oettinger said, talking about a possible deal. Russia had threatened to cut off gas supplies unless Ukraine paid its gas bill, which runs into billions of dollars

  • There is no shame in being rape survivor | News , International | THE DAILY STAR

    June 10, 2014 9:18 PM 6

    LONDON: Hollywood star Angelina Jolie said Tuesday that a global summit to end sexual violence in wars must send the message that there is “no disgrace” in being a rape survivor and that “the shame is on the aggressor.” British Foreign Secretary William Hague said at the opening of the four-day conference in London that it was only a “weak or inadequate

  • Kenny: I was approached about Euro job

    June 10, 2014 8:32 PM 17

    Enda Kenny has admitted for the first time that other EU leaders approached him about running for the presidency of the European Commission. The Taoiseach says he was approached before a major congress in Dublin earlier this year by others asking if he wanted to run for a job. There is renewed speculation about the position this week, with some leaders

  • Hillary Clinton reveals how she bonded with Putin over tigers - and how he told her of the dramatic moment his mother 'rose from the dead'

    June 10, 2014 7:56 PM 2

    Hillary Clinton had a rare moment of bonding with Vladimir Putin over his passion for saving Siberian tigers, she writes in her new memoir published today. The former US Secretary of State said that she was able to get the Russian President to shed his tough guy image by appealing to the animal lover inside of him. He took her to his private office and gave her a lengthy

  • Angela Merkel Restate Her Support For Jean-Claude Junker

    June 10, 2014 5:23 PM 10

    At a mini-summit in Sweden, German chancellor Angela Merkel has restated her support for Jean-Claude Juncker to take over as President of the European Commission. UK's David Cameron, who wants a less federalist candidate, said reform of EC policies had been the priority. The four centre-right leaders met to try to reach a consensus on European reform

  • Why are Britain and Germany at such odds over EU's top job?

    June 10, 2014 4:57 PM 6

    The fight between Angela Merkel and David Cameron might look like it's just about prospective EC President Jean-Claude Juncker. But it's not. The current argument between Britain and Germany about who will lead the European Commission may seem like a turf war over Brussels. But the contest – which remained at an impasse today – has implications far beyond

  • Clinton Sought 'Tougher Deal,' But Won't Second-Guess Bergdahl Swap

    June 10, 2014 4:09 PM 4

    CLINTON: Oh, I have to disagree. [Laughter] I think it's a very, um, clear and fair depiction of some of the major issues that I was involved in. Not just the headlines — what we can read about whether it's Iran, or Syria, or Libya — but the trend lines, what's happening in the world, and what I think about that. So, it's not meant to be anything other

  • Militants storm northern Iraq city Mosul

    June 10, 2014 2:16 PM 4

    BAGHDAD — Al Qaeda-inspired militants seized control of one of Iraq’s largest cities Tuesday in a brazen attack that underscored the weakness of the Baghdad government across vast swaths of the country. Government forces fled the northern city of Mosul in disarray as hundreds of well-armed militants overran government buildings, television stations and military