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Donald Trump and the media are digging in for what could be a long and bitter war.
 
It was always going to be hard for outgoing U.S. President Barack Obama to live up to expectations in Africa.
 
U.S. President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel may have got off to a rocky start but his impending departure has sparked a wave of nostalgia and trepidation in Berlin.
 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump has at least 45 trademark applications pending in China, AFP has learned, each of which could potentially violate the American constitution -- underlining possible conflicts of interest in his relations with the Asian giant.
 
Morocco is facing an unprecedented political deadlock after the Islamist prime minister broke off talks on forming a coalition government following three months of fruitless effort.
 
Alibaba founder Jack Ma and Donald Trump made headlines with the Chinese entrepreneur's attention-grabbing pledge to create one million U.S. jobs, but analysts say the move is more about generating good public relations than substance.
 
For the last time in his presidency, Barack Obama will take the stage Tuesday night to address the American people.
 
Afghan officials are pushing to create a "safe zone" for Taliban insurgents in a bid to wean them away from traditional sanctuaries inside Pakistan, in a radical and contentious strategy to de-escalate the conflict.
 
After vowing a smooth transition, President Barack Obama and Donald Trump are presiding over one of the most tumultuous transfers of power in U.S. history.
 
A Rastafarian prophet, a former Taliban captive and thousands of minor drug traffickers have one thing in common: Their names have been submitted to President Barack Obama for clemency before he leaves office in two weeks.
 
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