Published:  12:00 AM, 12 January 2017

Worldwide waffling



US President Barack Obama gave his final speech as the leader of the free world, and he also wept openly during the touching farewell address as he thanked his family for their unwavering support. Eight years ago, Barack Obama inspired Americans to embrace political change with the mantra "yes we can." He bade them farewell Tuesday after a historic, tumultuous presidency with the words "yes we did."
"What an awesome farewell speech from President Barack Obama !  He  will truly be missed!" @blswearington01
"Am I crying bc Barack Obama is no longer President? yes I am." @louxdlr 



The hashtag Biden has been trending on twitter in the US as President Barack Obama paid tribute to his Joe Biden, current Vice President of the United States, on Tuesday as he gave an emotional farewell speech in Chicago. Looking back on his eight years in office, the outgoing President paid homage to his wife, his daughters and the American people - but seemed to save a special place in his heart for his VP.
"President Obama says he "gained a brother" in Vice President Joe Biden." @CBSNews




The hashtag Bali is trending on twitter in Australia as the news goes that Low-cost airline Tigerair has suspended all flights between Australia and Bali, following what the company says is a decision by the Indonesian Government to impose new administrative requirements.
"@TigerairAU suspends all flights between Aus & Bali. Tiger says decision in response to new admin requirements imposed by Indonesian Govt." @ABCNews24 






The hashtag Bali is trending on twitter in Australia as the news goes that Low-cost airline Tigerair has suspended all flights between Australia and Bali, following what the company says is a decision by the Indonesian Government to impose new administrative requirements.
"@TigerairAU suspends all flights between Aus & Bali. Tiger says decision in response to new admin requirements imposed by Indonesian Govt." @ABCNews24 

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