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Economy and war on Obama's agenda  Barack Obama is beginning his first working day as the President by meeting his economic advisers and top military commanders Obama calls for halt to Gitmo prosecutions  In one of his first acts in office, President Obama has ordered the government to suspend prosecutions of prisoners in Guantanamo for 120 da... President Obama tackles first day  Barack Obama is starting his first full day as US president, in the midst of an economic crisis and 2 wars Mitchell sought as U.S. Mideast envoy  The Obama administration has asked former Senator George Mitchell to be a special envoy to the Middle East Obama signs order to close Guantanamo
  Obama says US economy 'very sick'  President-elect Barack Obama has described US economy as 'very sick' and has said that the situation was worsening Obama set for presidential lunch Obama urges action on economy Obama promises new tack on Iran Barack Obama meets Mexican leader Clinton pledges to use diplomacy Bush backs record in final speech U.S.-UA Emirates sign nuclear deal   U.S. Intel: Son of bin Laden in Pakistan  Director of National Intelligence Michael McConnell: A son of bin Laden, an al Qaeda operative, has left Iran and is likely in Pakistan   Obama tells rally of hope for US Map of Lincoln Memorial USA  Obama has told a huge crowd on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial at a pre-inauguration rally that 'anything is possible in America'   U.N. court: U.S. execution violated treaty  The International Court of Justice has found that the U.S. violated an international treaty when a Mexican national was executed   Obama urges US to work together  Barack Obama has called for Americans to come together for the common good, hours before he is sworn in as the first black president   President Obama sworn into history

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  Barack Obama launched his presidency before an estimated 1.5 million people on the National Mall with somber yet confident tones
 After being sworn in as the first African-American US leader, President Obama uses his inaugural address to pledge a 'new era of responsibility. He said the country will overcome its serious economic and international challenges
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  President Obama issued 3 executive orders to demonstrate a clean break from the Bush administration
 One of the orders is orders is requiring that the Guantanamo Bay detention facility be closed within a year. Obama is promising to return America to the 'moral high ground' in the war on terrorism
  Washington   Obama appoints key hotspot envoys
  US President has named his two key envoys - to the Middle East, Pakistan and Afghanistan..    George Mitchell has been charged with mov...
Jan.23   Washington   Obama reverses abortion-funding policy
  President Obama struck down a rule that prohibits U.S. money from funding international family-planning clinics that promote abortion
Jan.24   Washington   Obama issues US recovery pledge  US President has said his administration will be held accountable for the success or failure of his economic stimulus plan   Vatican   Vatican attacks US abortion move  The Vatican has condemned Obama's move to restore the funding for family planning clinics abroad that give advice on or carry out abortions Jan.25   U.S. Congress   Republicans cool on economy plan  Prominent Republicans have threatened to vote against President Barack Obama's $825bn economic stimulus plan Jan.26   Washington   Obama aims for oil independence  US President has set out his energy principles, calling for America to become energy independent Jan.27   Washington   Obama to hold stimulus plan talks  US President is to hold talks with congressional Republicans to try to persuade them to accept his $825bn economic recovery plan Jan.28   House of Representatives   US House passes economic package
  The House of Representatives has passed by 244 votes to 188 President Obama's $825bn economic stimulus package
Jan.29   CIA   Former CIA station chief accused of rape  The U.S. government is investigating Andrew Warren who has been accused of drugging and raping two women while he held the post Jan.30   Washington     Blackwater losing Iraq contract  The State Dept will not renew the contract of security contractor Blackwater Worldwide when it expires in May. Iraqis refused to renew the license   U.S. Supreme Court   'Cuban Five' file appeal  5 Cubans convicted in 2001 of spying for the Castro regime have asked the Supreme Court to grant a new trial in a politically charged case Jan.31   Washington   Obama praises peaceful Iraq polls  US President has congratulated Iraqis for holding a largely peaceful vote for provincial councils across the country

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