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Obama drop-in for pork soup stuns Vietnam street shop owner

HANOI: She has ladled out countless bowls of her pork noodle soup, but the owner of a Hanoi streetside restaurant says she was stunned when Barack Obama strolled in, pulled up a plastic stool and slurped down Vietnam’s famed “bun cha” delicacy.

Group calls on Obama to ensure upcoming summit focuses on human rights

KUALA LUMPUR: Human Rights Watch (HRW) wants United States president Barack Obama to ensure that human rights are a central focus in the upcoming summit of Southeast Asian leaders in America.

Transparency doesn’t mean discussing everything in the open, Obama says of TPPA

SUBANG: It is important discussions on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) are done behind closed doors to ensure the agreement is signed as soon as possible, says US President Barack Obama.

Kerry: President Obama will visit Malaysia soon

KUALA LUMPUR: US Secretary of State John Kerry called Malaysia a great country and gave his assurance that President Barack Obama will make up for his absence Friday by visiting the country soon.

No problem in security for Obama, says police chief

KUALA LUMPUR: Barack Obama’s visit here has gone off without a hitch so far, said city police chief Senior Deputy Comm Datuk Seri Moh­mad Salleh.

US President arrives in familiar style - a wave and casual pats

SUBANG: With his customary single wave of the right hand and a heartening smile, US President Barack Obama walked out of Air Force One to begin his historic visit to Malaysia.

Obama: US not 'bullying' Malaysia

PUTRAJAYA: US President Barack Obama has denied that Washington is 'bullying' Malaysia in the ongoing negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA).

Discrimination a bar to national progress, says Obama

KUALA LUMPUR: No country will succeed if part of its population is put on the sidelines, US President Barack Obama said.

Expert: US strategy in Asean region likely to be maintained

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Since United States President Barack Obama will leave office in early 2017, it is important to analyse his contribution to South-East Asia, and to question just how much the regional security landscape will change following his departure.

Anifah praises Obama’s role in boosting US-Asean ties

NEW YORK: Malaysian Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman has paid tribute to United States President Barack Obama for his role in strengthening relations between the United States and Asean.

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