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  Michelle Obama: Nigeria kidnappings 'unconscionable'
  Obama warns of Myanmar 'backsliding' Map of Naypyitaw Myanmar
Nov.12
  US President Barack Obama is to hold talks with Myanmar's President Thein Sein, hours after accusing his government of backsliding on reforms
May.10
  Washington: First lady Michelle Obama saying the action was taken by 'a terrorist group determined to keep these girls from getting an education'

Jan.17
  Washington: President Obama is expected to order NSA to stop storing data from Americans' phones, after a series of leaks about intelligence operations


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Aug.15   Obama condemns Egypt bloodshed
  Washington: US President Barack Obama has strongly condemned the violence in Egypt, and cancelled joint military exercises planned for later this month


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Apr.21 Obama: US lost moral compass on torture
  Washington: The President left open the possibility of criminal prosecution for Bush officials who drew up the legal basis for interrogation techniques

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Jan.13 Democrats clash over civil rights
   USA: Hillary and Obama have clashed over remarks by Clinton on civil rights that she says were distorted by the Obama camp

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Oct.10   Laura Bush to junta: Step aside
  Washington: First lady called on Myanmar's military junta to give up the 'terror campaigns' against its people and allow for a democratic Myanmar Oct.6   Bush: 'This government does not torture'  Washington: President Bush defended his administration's methods of interrogating terrorism suspects Aug.31   Laura Bush presses UN over Burma  Washington: First Lady has urged UN chief Ban Ki-moon to condemn Burma's crackdown on pro-democracy protestors

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Aug.3   Bush calls for democracy in Cuba
  Washington: President has pledged support for Cubans who sought to build a transitional government

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Nov.20 Bush asks China to expand freedoms
  Beijing: U.S. President pressed no concrete actions from President Hu to open markets to U.S. farmers and businesses

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May.10 Bush 'disgust' over new photos
  Washington: US President has reacted with 'disgust and disbelief' to more images of prisoner abuse by US guards in Iraq

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Feb.20 Bush visits China
  Beijing: US President made a strong defence of human rights after initial talks with President Jiang Zemin


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2014-05-10 Michelle Obama: Nigeria kidnappings 'unconscionable' Washington
C. 2014-01-17 Obama announces plan to curb NSA Washington
D. 2013-08-15 Obama condemns Egypt bloodshed Washington
4. 2009-04-21 Obama: US lost moral compass on torture Washington
F. 2008-01-13 Democrats clash over civil rights USA
G. 2007-10-10 Laura Bush to junta: Step aside Washington
7. 2007-10-06 Bush: 'This government does not torture' Washington
I. 2007-08-31 Laura Bush presses UN over Burma Washington


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