Michelle Obama laughs about leg-flashing prom dressApr 17, 3:40 pm
Washington, April 17 (ANI): As Angelina Jolie did at the Oscars, first lady Michelle Obama showed off some leg at her high school prom.In a video chat with Ellen DeGeneres airing on Monday's show, Obama admits that the dress she wore that evening was a daring one, the Politico reported."That split was a little high," Obama said when a photo showing her in a metallic gold gown was displayed. "I don't know if I'd let my kids go out in a split that high, so let's not show this to Malia and Sasha."DeGeneres also pointed out the strange set-up of the picture in which Obama is seated in a large wicker chair as her mustachioed date stands beside her."You've never done the wicker chair shot?" Obama replied with a laugh. "That's standard." (ANI)
US lawmakers urge Obama to impose no-fly zone over Syria than arming rebels Jun 17, 4:42 pm
Washington, June 17 (ANI): US lawmakers have pressed President Barack Obama to go beyond supplying Syrian rebels with small arms and to consider imposing a no-fly zone over the war-torn country.Full Story »
50 percent Hong Kongers oppose NSA whistleblower's extradition: Poll Jun 17, 4:42 pm
Beijing, June 17 (ANI): 50 percent of Hong Kongers strongly oppose surrendering NSA whistleblower Snowden to the US government, a recent survey has revealed.Full Story »
US picks defected Syrian general as sole conduit of arms aid to rebels Jun 17, 3:42 pm
Washington, June 17 (ANI): A defected Syrian general is poised to play an important role in shaping the outcome of Syrian civil war, as the United States has said it will provide direct military assistance to the rebels.Full Story »
Ecuador pledges to continue backing Assange in UK spat Jun 17, 3:42 pm
Sydney, June 17 (ANI): Ecuador's foreign minister has said his government is firmly committed to protecting WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's human rights.Full Story »
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