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Donald Trump says Indian-American rival Vivek Ramaswamy 'would be very good' Vice President

Washington/IBNS: Indian-origin Vivek Ramaswamy "would be very good" as the country's Vice President, says former US President Donald Trump who is competing with other Republican candidates to run for the top post in 2024.

Former US Vice President Walter F Mondale dies at 93

Washington/UNI: Former US Vice President Walter F Mondale died at his home in Minneapolis on Monday.

She is more than prepared for the job: Former US President Barack Obama tweets in support of Kamala Harris

Washington DC: Former President of the United States of America Barack Obama has tweeted in support of Kamala Harris, after the latter was named as ex-Vice President and presumed US Democratic candidate Joe Biden's running mate on Tuesday.

Afghanistan: US Vice President Mike Pence congratulates President Ashraf Ghani over polls

Washington, Oct 23 (IBNS):  US Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday congratulated Afghanistan and its president Ashraf Ghani for successful Wolesi Jirga elections.

Pakistan needs to do lot more against Taliban, other terrorist outfits: US

Washington, Mar 21 (IBNS):The US on Tuesday said Pakistan is heading towards the right direction but 'a lot more needs to be done' by the Asian nation to wipe out terrorism from the region.

US to open embassy in Jerusalem before the end of next year: US Vice President Mike Pence announces during Israel visit

Washington, Jan 22 (IBNS): In yet another major development in the political paradigm of Israel and Palestine, US Vice President Mike Pence has announced that his nation will open its embassy in Jerusalem 'before the end of next year'.