• On the political front, oil traders are closely watching the military activity on the border between Turkey and Iraq, where a brewing conflict could obstruct the flow of oil from the Kurdish region, stifling supply.

    ECONOMIST: Despite a dip, a record is on the horizon

  • "If there were instructions from the president to obstruct justice or efforts to suborn perjury, such actions likely took the form of conversations involving the president's closest advisers, " she wrote.

    CNN: AllPolitics

  • If business comprehensively endorsed the euro, as well as the government, he would "think it wholly unproductive for the mayor to obstruct" that although that was different from his personal view, Mr Norris added.

    BBC: Livingstone faces square mile

  • We will work to establish a framework for responsible investment from the United States that encourages transparency and oversight, and helps ensure that those who abuse human rights, engage in corruption, interfere with the peace process, or obstruct the reform process do not benefit from increased engagement with the United States.

    WHITEHOUSE: Statement by the President on Burma

  • It makes it a crime for anyone to "knowingly obstruct" another person's entry or exit from a health-care facility.

    CNN: Supreme Court upholds abortion protest limits

  • Cisneros is charged with 18 counts of obstructing or attempting to obstruct justice, making false statements and concealing information from the FBI.

    CNN: Cisneros Indicted

  • Ms. Kagan was perfectly willing to obstruct the military, which has liberated countless Muslims from the hate and tyranny of Saddam Hussein and the Taliban, but it seems she was willing to sit on the sidelines as Harvard created a center funded by - and dedicated to - foreign leaders presiding over a legal system that would violate what would appear to be her position.


  • And it sympathised with the scientists' frustration at having to deal with numerous freedom of information requests from people who the scientists believed wanted to obstruct their work.

    ECONOMIST: Green.view

  • Two other friends were charged with conspiring to obstruct justice by taking a backpack with fireworks and a laptop from Tsarnaev's dorm room.

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  • Nine, there is substantial and credible evidence that the president may have endeavored to obstruct justice by engaging in pattern of activity calculated to conceal evidence from the judicial proceedings regarding his relationship with Monica Lewinsky.

    CNN: Transcript: Schippers, Lowell briefings before Judiciary panel, part 2

  • If he didn't obstruct justice or witness tamper or commit perjury, no one believes -- no one believes he should be removed from office.


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