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EU leaders congratulate Obama, pledge to boost ties BRUSSELS: EU leaders on Wednesday congratulated Barack Obama for his reelection to the White House, saying they look forward to boosting ties with the United States and cooperating on global challenges.   European Union President Herman Van Rompuy, who was first to react, wrote on his Twitter account: "Very happy about the reelection of President Obama."   Shortly after, Van Rompuy and European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso published a statement in which they addressed their "warm congratulations to President Obama".   "The United States is a key strategic partner of the European Union and we look forward to continuing the close cooperation established with President Obama over these last four years, to further strengthening our bilateral ties and to jointly addressing global challenges, including in the fields of security and economy," they said.   They also "look forward to meeting President Obama at an early date in order to reconfirm our priorities and provide renewed impetus to ...
Republican vice presidential candidate Ryan wins House re-election MILWAUKEE: Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan earned a concession prize on Wednesday after he lost the national race as presidential candidate Mitt Romney's running-mate, easily reclaiming his congressional seat in Wisconsin.   While the Republican ticket of Romney and Ryan lost to President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden, Ryan defeated Democratic businessman Rob Zerban in Wisconsin.   The 42-year-old Ryan represents a Wisconsin district consisting of the southeast corner of the state, including Janesville, Racine and ...
Obama says CHICAGO: President Barack Obama told cheering supporters early Wednesday that "the best is yet to come" for the United States as he stormed to a second term by defeating the Republican Mitt Romney.   Speaking at his campaign headquarters in Chicago, Obama said he spoke to Romney and congratulated him on the campaign, and hoped to meet with the former Massachusetts governor to discuss ways to "move this country forward."   Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2012 ...
Easier to work with second-term US president: Juncker SINGAPORE: Europe will find it easier to work with a re-elected US president than with a new leader in Washington, the head of the Eurogroup of finance ministers said Wednesday.   Jean-Claude Juncker, who is also the prime minister of Luxembourg, told journalists in Singapore that "it's always easier to establish a closer work relationship with a US president when he's starting his second mandate".   Juncker was speaking shortly before President Barack Obama emerged as the winner of ...
Crowds celebrate Obama victory at White House WASHINGTON: Chanting "Four more years!" and "USA, USA!," a crowd of well-wishers danced and celebrated outside the White House late Tuesday after Democratic President Barack Obama swept to re-election.   Obama supporters braved the chilly weather to wave US flags, dance and high-five strangers outside the president's official residence.   Union activist Nicole Arow, 28, said she was "thrilled and relieved" to learn about Obama's victory over Republican rival Mitt Romney, adding: "Joy. That's what I feel."   "I'm incredibly excited," ...


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