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  • Argentine Jewish groups boycott commemoration in protest

    Holocaust survivors take part in a Holocaust Memorial Day ceremony in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015, at the Jewish community center that was bombed in 1994. The Jewish community is boycotting the Argentine government's official ceremony in protest over the mysterious death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who was found dead hours before he was set to elaborate on damaging allegations that President Cristina Fernandez shielded Iranian officials wanted in the terrorist bombing of the Jewish center, that killed 85 people and injured more than 200. (AP Photo/Ivan Fernandez)BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Jewish groups boycotted the Argentine government's Holocaust Day commemoration Tuesday in protest over the mysterious death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman, while skepticism grew over President Cristina Fernandez's plan to reform intelligence services that she has suggested were behind the prosecutor's death.


  • Obama tackles IS fight, Iran with new Saudi king

    Saudi King Salman (R) meets with US President Barack Obama at the Erga Palace in Riyadh on January 27, 2015US President Barack Obama led a heavyweight delegation to Saudi Arabia Tuesday to meet new King Salman and discussed the two countries' ongoing fight against the Islamic State group. The leaders also tackled the issue of Iran's nuclear programme and human rights in the conservative kingdom, a senior US official said. Riyadh has been part of the US-led coalition carrying out air strikes against IS since last year and is a long-time regional ally of Washington. There has also been unease in the kingdom about Obama's pursuit of a nuclear deal with Shiite-dominated Iran, the regional rival of Sunni-majority Saudi Arabia.


  • Obama pays respects to Saudis, defends ties to kingdom

    President Barack Obama meets with the new Saudi Arabian King Salman bin Abdul Aziz, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015. The president and first lady have come to express their condolences on the death of the late Saudi Arabian King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al-Saud. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — In a show of solidarity with Saudi Arabia, President Barack Obama led a parade of American dignitaries to the ultraconservative desert kingdom Tuesday to pay respects after King Abdullah's death and take measure of the new monarch.


  • Obama to bolster crucial Saudi alliance amid Mideast unrest
    By Roberta Rampton RIYADH (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama arrived in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday to pay his respects after the death of King Abdullah, a trip that underscores the importance of a U.S.-Saudi alliance that extends beyond oil interests to regional security. Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes told reporters Obama wanted to discuss with the new Saudi King Salman the fight against Islamic State, the volatile situation in Yemen and talks on ending a long running dispute about Iran's nuclear ambitions. "We do believe that Saudi policy will remain quite similar to how it's been under King Abdullah," he said, adding Obama wanted to forge the same kind of "close relationship" with Salman as he had with his predecessor Obama's visit comes as Washington struggles with worsening strife in the Middle East and counts Saudi Arabia among its few steady partners in a campaign against Islamic State militants who have seized swathes of Iraq and Syria.
  • US Democrats put brakes on Iran sanctions bill

    Senate Banking Committee member Sen. Robert Menendez, D-N.J. gives his opening statement on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015, during the committee's hearing on Iran sanctions. A group of Senate Democrats told the White House on Tuesday that they won't support passage of an Iran sanctions bill until at least the end of March. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Democrats on Tuesday put the brakes on new Iran sanctions legislation, ending for now a looming showdown between the U.S. Congress and President Barack Obama over negotiations to prevent Tehran from having the capability to make a nuclear weapon.


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