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By Kathy Kiely BERLIN -- Barack Obama is betting he can win votes at home by proving he can win hearts abroad.
BERLIN _ Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama delivered a call Thursday to strengthen international alliances for a new era of global challenges before an enormous, receptive audience gathered in a city once divided by the Cold War and sustained in crisis by the Atlantic Alliance.
By Kathy Kiely SDEROT, Israel -- It's a sign of how closely Israel's fate is intertwined with American politics that one family in this small southern border town has met both the U.S. presidential candidates.
U.S. Sen. Barack Obama warned in Israel Wednesday a nuclear Iran could lead to nuclear weapons in the hands of terrorists.
By Jeff Zeleny Brian Knowlton contributed reporting from Washington.
To: POLITICAL EDITORS Contact: Republican National Committee, +1-202-863-8614 Obama's Misjudgment On The Surge And Ignorance Of The Consequences Of His Withdrawal Plan Show He Is Not Ready To Lead WASHINGTON, July 22 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is being issued by the RNC: (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20080519/RNCLOGO) Today, Obama Claimed That He Said There Was "No Doubt" The Surge Would Reduce Violence In Iraq: Obama:"What I can say is that there's no doubt...
AMMAN, Jordan _ Barack Obama has months to go before voters decide whether or not he will become president, but on Tuesday he adopted much of the pageantry of a leader on the world stage as he completed an official visit of war zones and met up with the considerable media entourage waiting to accompany him on a tour of foreign capitals.
WASHINGTON _ Barack Obama's plan to build up U.S. forces in Afghanistan while keeping perhaps 50,000 troops in Iraq has triggered a deep rift among anti-war activists, a reminder of the difficult tasking facing the presumptive Democratic nominee as he tries to broaden his appeal.
AMMAN, Jordan _ Heading into a full day of meetings Wednesday with Israeli and Palestinian leaders, Sen. Barack Obama said Tuesday that if he's elected he'll push for a two-state peace settlement "from the minute I'm sworn in to office," but added that "it's unrealistic to expect that a U.S.
To: POLITICAL EDITORS Contact: Republican National Committee, +1-202-863-8614 As Obama Heads To Israel, How Will He Defend His Weak Record On Issues Important To The Country? WASHINGTON, July 22 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following was released today by the Republican National Committee: (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20080519/RNCLOGO) In His Remarks To The Annual AIPAC Policy Conference, Obama Said That Jerusalem Should Be The Undivided Capital Of Israel, But Later Said...
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