Obama Welcomes Vietnam's Sang in White House

July 25 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. President Barack Obama and Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang speak at the White House about U.S.-Vietnam relations. The two leaders met as their nations intensify trade talks opposed by U.S. labor leaders and human rights advocates who say the Southeast Asian nation must do more to protect workers and political dissidents. (Source: Bloomberg)
Europe Needs Greece Accord Soon
02:46 - Greece’s creditors said the government must make hard commitments to overhaul its finances or it won’t get a deal to unlock bailout payments. There was a widespread feeling among ministers that talks need to accelerate to achieve a deal in the coming days or weeks.
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