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Show more bravery, Washington Post tells Obama  Reuters
Show more bravery, Washington Post tells Obama

Washington: Now that he has won a second time, President Barack Obama needs to show "bravery" to take on issues he avoided the last time, the Washington Post said on Wednesday.

'Forward': Barack Obama again rewrites history  Reuters
'Forward': Barack Obama again rewrites history

Washington: Chanting "Yes We Can", Barack Hussein Obama made history four years ago as he became America's first African-American president. On Tuesday, he did it again to retain the world's most powerful office.

Mitt Romney concedes defeat; speaks to Obama   Reuters
Mitt Romney concedes defeat; speaks to Obama

New York: Republican candidate Mitt Romney has conceded defeat in the US presidential elections and has spoken to US President Barack Obama congratulating him on winning a second term in office.

Barack Obama wins re-election: CNN  Reuters
Barack Obama wins re-election: CNN

Washington: Barack Obama today won a second term in office overcoming a stiff initial challenge from his Republican challenger Mitt Romney after clinching convincing victory in the crucial state of California.

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2012 US Presidential Election: Barack Obama profile
2012 US Presidential Election: Barack Obama profile

Obama created history when he became the first African American ever to be elected to the White House.

2012 US Presidential Election: Mitt Romney profile
2012 US Presidential Election: Mitt Romney profile

We look back at the life and career of the man who could become the 45th President of the United States

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