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Netanyahu, Trudeau, Pope and Other World Leaders React to Inauguration of Donald Trump
Donald Trump was officially sworn in as the 45th president of the United States at the Capitol today, and leaders from around the world offered well wishes and congratulations to America's new commander in chief. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tweeted his congratulations to his "friend."
AP PHOTOS: Editor selections from the past week in Asia
Images from Asia: South Korea's Constitutional Court removes President Park Geun-hye from office; India's governing Hindu nationalist party wins landslide victories in key state legislative elections
The Note: Trump Claims Unsubstantiated Voter Fraud (Again)
Trump’s First 100 DAYS with ABC’s RICK KLEIN and RYAN STRUYK Day No. 5 THE BIG STORY: He can’t help himself, and he isn’t helping himself. It may have only been a few throwaway lines in his private meeting with lawmakers, but President Trump has managed to again hijack his own early narrative.
Fidel Castro Dead at 90: World Leaders, Public Figures React
Following the announcement by Cuban president Raul Castro late Friday that his brother, former Cuban leader Fidel Castro has died at 90, several world leaders expressed their condolences: Vladimir Putin , the Russian president, sent a telegram to Raul Castro. The unusually impassioned communiqué
Russian President Vladimir Putin, Other World Leaders Congratulate President-Elect Donald Trump
World leaders are sending congratulations and messages to Donald Trump after news of him winning the presidency broke today. Here's what they had to say: Vladimir Putin, President of Russia Putin congratulated Donald Trump on winning the U.S. presidential election in a telegram today, according to
Former Congressman Aaron Schock Returns to House to Shake Indian Prime Minister's Hand
Former Rep. Aaron Schock was back in the Capitol today for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi ’s visit to Capitol Hill. The former Illinois Republican congressman, who resigned last year amid an investigation into his financial dealings , was seen on the House floor chatting with old colleagues,
India Honors Americans Who Sacrificed Their Lives in the 'Service of Mankind'
During a joint session of Congress, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi discussed visiting Arlington National Cemetery on the 72nd anniversary of D-Day.
Former Congressman Returns to House Floor for Indian PM's Speech
Aaron Schock shook hands with Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the joint session of Congress.